Do The Joy
by Air

  • The world is on the brink
    The brink of our extinction
    The end of an era
    The end of a genre
    Do the joy, do, do, do
    Do the shouts, do, do, do
    Do the cries, do, do, do
    Do the smiles, do, do, do

    Building a sepulture and fading to the ground
    Laughing on our ashes and holding our own lashes
    Slapping all the species from all over the seas

    Do the joy, do the joy, do the joy, do the joy
    Do the shouts, do the shouts, do the shouts, do the shouts,
    Do the cries, do the cries, do the cries, do the cries,
    Do the smiles, do the smiles, do the smiles, do the smiles Writer/s: JEAN BENOIT DUNCKEL-BARBIER, NICOLAS GODIN
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