• Ayo - Down on my knees

     

    Ayo, elle a vraiment quelque chose !

     

     

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    ...Du chien ou je ne m'y connais pas !

     

    Paroles de la chanson :

     

    Do you really think she can love you more than me,
    do you really, really think so
    Do you really think she can love you more than me,
    baby I know she won't
    Cause I loved you, unconditionally,
    I gave you even more than ,I had to give
    I was willing for you to die,
    cause you were more precious to me, than my own life

    Down on my knees, I'm begging you,
    Down on my knees, I'm begging you,
    Down on my knees, I'm begging you,
    Please, please don't leave me

    I won't believe, that you really, really,
    wanna leave me, just because of her
    Have you forgot about, all the things, we've been through,
    she was not the one, who was there for you
    See, I loved you unconditionally,
    I gave you even more than ,I had to give
    I was willing for you to die,
    cause you were more precious to me, than my own life

    Down on my knees, I'm begging you,
    Down on my knees, I'm begging you,
    Down on my knees, I'm begging you,
    Please, please don't leave me

    Don't leave me, I'm begging,
    I love you, I need you, I'm dying, I'm crying, I'm begging,
    Please love me
    I love you, I love you,
    I'm begging, please love me,
    I'm begging, I'm begging,
    Please dont'leave me, no, no, no, no, no

    Down on my knees, I'm begging you...

     

     

      C'est bien qu'elle chante ainsi devant des caravanes (campement de nomades, aire pour les Voyageurs, entrée de bidonville ?). Ce clip pourrait montrer que les sentiments "nobles" et profonds que chante Ayo ne sont pas l'apanage d'une société dite "évoluée", parce que vivant dans le confort matériel. 15/09/2008 D. Toulmé

     

     


     

     

    Liens :

    * Bonheurs en voyage suivants dans la rubrique : 8 avril : fête mondiale des Roms : http://filsduvent.oldiblog.com/?page=lastarticle&id=2004958

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