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Cyranny’s Jukebox…

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I know I already posted about Ingrid’s songs before… But here’s one more. Alzheimer disease is a topic that speaks to me… And this song speaks about it.

 

 

 

Les jours et les saisons
la couleur de mes yeux
les paroles des chansons
celles qu’on chantait à deux
Le chemin de ta maison
comment on se maquille les yeux
la fête de tes enfants
mais oublie pas mon nom
Tes souvenirs d’avant
tu sais je veillerai sur eux
je les rattraperai au vent
je te raconterai si tu veux
Je nouerai des ficelles
à tes souvenirs qui s’étiolent
et le jour où ils s’envoleront
moi j’en ferai des cerfs-volants
mais oublie pas mon nom
Je t’écrirai que je t’aime
partout dans la maison
et si tu m’oublies quand même
juste en-dessous y’aura mon nom
et je serai là pour de bon
et je serai là pour de bon
Je nouerai des ficelles
à tes souvenirs qui s’étiolent
et le jour où ils s’envoleront
moi j’en ferai des cerfs-volants
mais oublie pas mon nom

 

5 thoughts on “Cyranny’s Jukebox…

  1. My mother died with Alzheimer’s. She was a doctor of English with a passion for words which she arranged in beautiful order. Towards the end she couldn’t string two of them together with any sort of meaning. Now my older sister is in the early stages of it. And my brother and I are both fairly sure that we are beginning to lose the plot.
    What a pisser.

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    1. Comments often make me smile, sometimes they make me laugh out loud… But it is very rare that they make me shed a tear. Yours did. I lost my grand mother to Alzheimer’s and seeing her slowy fading away was one of the, if not the most violent experience I went through. I can’t think of words that would express how sorry I am for you and your siblings. I too live with the fear that the little blanks in my life are not just random, but signs that I am starting to show symptoms of the illness. It is a curse no one deserves… *sigh*

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