La Corrida - Francis Cabrel

Ecouter aussi les chansons de Brel et Becaud sur ce même sujet ! http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/index.php?lg=fr&pg=00006 http://boulara.skyrock.com/2532157539-Je-suis-contre-les-corridas.html http://www.altarriba.org/corridas-de-toros/dinero-publico.htm http://www.animanaturalis.org/post/20081017_No_permitas_que_tus_impuestos_financien_la_tortura_a_los_toros__iActua_ya READ ENGLISH COMMENTS BELOW Après avoir publié les trois vidéos de corridas sur des musiques de Flamenco pour la première partie et Queen pour la deuxième et troisième partie, ma fille me faisait la Remarque que la chanson La Corrida de Francis Cabrel aurait été un meilleur choix, a tout le moins que la version Flamenco et j'en conviens tout a fait. Voila pourquoi j'ai décidé de publier un montage de photos synchronisées sur la chanson de Cabrel que je vous présente ici. J'ai du écouter cette chanson des centaines de fois et peut-être même plus depuis que Cabrel nous l'a offert. Je l'ai écouté avec le son au max et a plusieurs reprises une derrière l'autre pendant mes nombreux voyages en voiture. Mais jamais et je dis bien jamais je n'avais réalisé que les paroles de Cabrel étaient celles qu'il faisait dire au taureau dans sa chanson. Faites une pause arretez de penser a autre chose comme j'ai si souvent fait et écoutez les paroles pendant que les images défilent. Preuve qu'il n'y a pas plus sourd que celui qui ne veut entendre vous me direz et vous avez bien raison. Alors voila pourquoi j'ai décidé de publier ces montages de photos en vidéo que je vous offre et qui sait, peut-être cela réveillera certains d'entre vous qui n'entendent ou ne voient pas. Tout comme la taureau, n'est-ce pas? Jusqu'a ce qu'II soit trop tard....!!! Merci Martine xxx After publishing three videos on bullfights using Flamenco music for the first part and Queen sound tracks for the second and third part, my daughter made the remark that the song La Corrida by Francis Cabrel would have been a much better choice, at the very least much better then the Flamenco version and I quite agree. That is why I decided to publish a montage of photos synchronized on the song from Cabrel which I present you here. I have heard the song hundreds of times or more since Cabrel offered it to us. I listened to it with the sound full blast so many times during my many trips by car. But never and I say never, had I realized that the words of Cabrel were those from the bull speaking in his song. Take a break stop thinking about all kinds of stuff and listen to the lyrics as the images appear. Proof that there is no more deaf then he who doesn't want to hear you may tell me, and you are so right. I had never heard it this way. So voila! I decided to publish these photo montages on video that I offer you and who knows, maybe this will awaken some of you. Let's hope that it's not like for the bull....before it's too late! _______________________________________ Suzzane, from Toronto, Canada is a regular viewer of this video and she asked if I could post the english translation she did of this song for the benefit of english speaking viewers, so here they are. La Corrida Francis Cabrel From the moment that I've waited In this dark room I hear people having fun and singing At the end of the hall Someone touched the lock And I dove into the daylight I saw the band, the gates And the people all around. From the first moments I thought That I only had to defend myself But this place leads to nowhere Im starting to understand They closed the gate behind me They were scared that I would back up I will finish by catching him This ridiculous dancer Is this world for real? Is this world for real? Andalusia, I remember The prairies filled with cacti I will not tremble in front of This puppet, this nobody I will get him, him and his hat Make them spin like a sun Tonight the bullfighters wife Will sleep on both her ears (referring to the bull losing its ears after the fight and her sleeping in peace?) Is this world for real? Is this world for real? I have chased ghosts Almost touched their ballerinas (or ballet slippers) They hit me hard on my neck So I would bow down Where do they come from these acrobats With their paper costumes? I never learned to fight Against dolls Feeling the sand under my head Its crazy how it can feel so good I prayed that it would all end Andalusia, I remember I hear them laugh as I groan I see them dance as I die I didnt know that people could have So much fun around a grave Is this world for real? Is this world for real? Yes, yes, man, man, Dance, dance Dance again And we will kill others Other lives, and other bulls And we will kill others Come, come and dance And we will kill others"

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