Bernhard Pappe

Juliette – A Homage to a Grand Dame

Juliette – A Homage to a Grand Dame

Un petit salut
Comment ca va?
I hope your answer is: Ça va bien
Tonight sing your songs for me
Songs about love and emotions
Songs in French
Melodic words
You are dressed in pure black
But your voice paints pictures
I close my eyes
I go out for a ride
A journey to France
I see impressive pictures
Full of colours
Painted by Renoir
Created by Manet and Monet
Symbols of a new seeing
Symbols of a new feeling
I see Paris
All these sights well known in the world
I see a red mill turning
See femme fatale
Queen of chanson
You are a sorceress
Your last song is over
Applause and standing ovations
I’m in a special mood now
I hope to enshrine it
Au revoir ! Madame
You’ve my apologies
My French is bad I know
Think about an enthusiast
Listening to your music
During an unforgettable night

© BPa / 02-2014


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Published on on 03/03/2014.


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