Pauline Croze – Les Gens Qui Jasent

Les gens qui jasent

What is it?

The 2007 song Les Gens Qui Jasent by the French musician Pauline Croze from her 2007 music album Un Bruit Qui Court.

Pauline Croze – Les gens qui jasent @ Festival Fragile 2009

What is it about?

Here are the lyrics for this song according to Genius:

Un soir cherchant un remède aux sourires vénéneux
J’ai déversé toute ma colère dans un flacon
Que j’ai enfoui au plus profond de cette terre

Je vais a l’endroit des mots de travers
J’oublie même les gens qui jasent

Au Phrasé sale et mal rasé retour à l’envoyeur
Je vais tranquille et sourde au déluge du dehors
En mon for intérieur je laisse chuchoter le bonheur

Je vais à l’endroit des mots de travers
J’oublie même les gens qui jasent

Here is a translation of the lyrics by DeepL Translator:

One evening looking for a cure for poisonous smiles
I poured all my anger into a bottle
That I have buried in the depths of this earth

I’m going to the wrong word place.
I even forget about people who talk.

To the dirty and unshaven Phrase back to the sender
I go quiet and deaf to the flood from the outside
Deep down inside I let happiness whisper

I’m going to the wrong word place.
I even forget about people who talk.

Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator

My Thoughts

Either this week or last week I was walking outside listening to music when a certain song by Pauline Croze started playing that I had not heard in a little while, it went well with the moment, and I wanted to do a post about it.

I am not sure if this was the song or not, but I decided to make a post about it anyway since I apparently did not have one for it already.

The end,

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