a short site about The Divine Comedy

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Europop

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Financial gain is a very pleasant thing. Financial gain is a very pleasant thing.
The transitory pleasure that it brings The transitory pleasure that it brings
Counts for nothing. Counts for nothing.
Counts for nothing. Counts for nothing.

Hello!
What would you like to know?
What would you like to hear?
What if I just disappear inside myself?
Hello! Hello!
What would you like to know?
Who would you like to see?
Who would you like me to be if not myself?

And the Europop, pop, makes me dizzy Europop, pop
And I just can’t stop, stop, till it’s finished Europop, pop
And I don’t know what, what, you find funny Europop, pop
’Bout the Europop and the love of money. Eurofeeling

Hello!
Where is it cool to go?
When is it cool to leave?
What is it cool to breathe inside myself?
Hello! Hello!
Don’t tell me what I already know.
Don’t show me what I’ve already seen.
Don’t take me where I’ve already been inside myself.

And the Europop, pop, makes me dizzy Europop, pop
And I just can’t stop, stop, till it’s finished Europop, pop
And I don’t know what, what, you find funny Europop, pop
’Bout the Europop and the love of money. Eurofeeling

Financial gain is a very pleasant thing. Financial gain is a very pleasant thing.
The transitory pleasure that it brings The transitory pleasure that it brings
Counts for nothing. Counts for nothing.

So
What is there left to know?
What is there left to say?

Frère Jacques,
Frère Jacques,

And the Europop, pop, makes me dizzy Frère
And I just can’t stop, stop, till it’s finished Jacques,
And I don’t know what, what, you find funny Frère
’Bout the Europop and the love of money. Jacques.

And the Europop, pop, makes me dizzy Europop, pop
And I just can’t stop, stop, till it’s finished Europop, pop
And I don’t know what, what, you find funny Europop, pop
’Bout the Europop and the love of money. Eurofeeling

The Europop, pop, makes me dizzy Europop, pop
And I just can’t stop, stop, till it’s finished Europop, pop
And I don’t know what, what, you find funny Europop, pop
’Bout the Europop and the love of money. Eurofeeling