CIRIERES

by Bunkum

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Enregistré au Nomad audio par Fabien Guilloteau en 2016
*Runnin' riot (Cock Sparrer)
Sorti en vinyl 10" limité à 100 exemplaires

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released October 9, 2016

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Track Name: Fit of the blues
Shit! I’m down in the dumps / I’ve lost my enthusiasm
I can’t see things positively / look on the black side
And yet my life is alright!
I need to do something else / to clear my head / to get in a car / to hit the road
I feel betrayed by friends I thought were close to me
Sometimes work makes me lose it
Crazy, I’m going crazy
It’s time to get together with true friends
Remember the times when we were just kids
Listening to music / drinking some cans all night long
It should not be so much to ask!
Track Name: Christ blood
I’m dying of thirst but beer makes me swell
And i won’t see my dick soon
I need a solution I ‘m drying out and water makes me rust!
BLOOD! CHRIST BLOOD!
I STOP BEER NOW I DRINK WINE!
Makes me feel I’m falling in love
Now, I can’t do without you
Drinking some wine on Saturday night with Vinnie
Since I drink red wine I see things differently
My mind is open
Track Name: They don't know us
Excuse me but i can’t!
I have to choose someone to represent us
I think of you / you who fight for / the right to vote
But I can’t
NO! They know nothing about us
Pay water bills / electricity bills / fill a full tank and fill in the fridge
NO! They know nothing about it
They know nothing about our daily lives / about our working conditions
I couldn’t choose between 2 motherfuckers
Left or right / even fight / to push us down !
They don’t know us!
Track Name: Cirières & Outro
CIRIERES, you brought us together
CIRIERES, you saw us grow up
CIRIERES, you taught us all
From the nursery school and till our death
You’ll be engraved in our hearts
We met in your public toilets all year long to talk about this and that to smoke to drink
CIRIERES, we couldn’t forget you
You made us what we are today
You saw our joy / you saw our pain