Thursday, February 13, 2014

Jacques Bertin - The dawn at Cassis

Cassis is a town near Marseille
Original Title: "L'aube à Cassis"

I entrusted to a winter sky
those songs made for noone
With a few rhymes from yesterday
That memories imprison

If having gone around the world
Those songs ever come back
Through the cacophony of the waves
To tell you that I loved you

Remember, absent-minded woman
Lost, without champaign and without dance
And even without love maybe
That you would really have hurt me

May you, looking for a long time
From the top of those lively cliffs
At this boat that is coming for a long time
At last, water more dead than flowing

Welcome it as ardently
Than the dawn where it drifts endlessly

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