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Among us The dance of death never stops A plane crossing the Atlantic losses heights the chief pilot flirts with a woman when he is called to the cockpit Too late, a gigantic wave hits the tail Goodbye Paris. The heart of tired sparrows stops it falls from the sky hits the front window of a car distracted, the driver hits another car In the melee, no one sees the sparrow. A tourist, going for a walk, in jolly Naples is hit by a pig kept on the balcony No more sightseeing. You’re not safe in bed, a nightmare falling out of bed, hitting a nightstand Dream over. Life and death in an embrace, yet we live as life dances alone

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