[Reckless Beat & SOTD] “Vivre en à crever” from “Mozart, l’opéra rock”

RECKLESS BEATS is a musical feature where I incorporate a little music into this bookish blog.

Today’s song of the day is from a French musical that I simply adore called Mozart, l’opéra rock. The song I’m about to share with you is actually the very first one I ever heard by them, and the one that, subsequently brought me into the fold. 😉 A stunning duet between Mozart himself (played & vocals by Mikelangelo Loconte) and his nemesis, Antonio Salieri (played & vocals by Florent Mothe) Here’s Vivre en à crever! (Live Life To The Fullest!)

Dat music video ain’t half bad either. 😉

So. Much. Sexual. Tension. Between. Mikelangelo and Florent. IN. THAT. CLIP. asdfghjkl;lkjhgfds

LYRICS (Translated):

We leave
Without knowing
We kill the souvernires
Our delicate lives live in a sigh

Our cries
Our frights
Can not say any more
We hold onto a string of disires
Yesterday again
We know about lies

If we have to die
Better live while we can
Hold on to everything before it dies
If we have to die
On our graves, I want to carve
That our laughs
Have fooled
Death and time

We hold
We try
Life like a lesson
We burn everything for just one stroke
She will offer herself
She will have no other choice

If we have to die
Better live while we can
Hold onto everything before it dies
If we have to die
On our graves, I want to carve
That our laughs
Have fooled
Death and time

We will see each other again
We will see each other again
Nothing is important
We will know where we came from

If we have to die
Better live while we can
Hold onto everything before it dies
If we have to die
On our graves, I want to carve
That our laughs
Have fooled
Death and time

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