I consider myself open-minded I can trust anything if proved to me But don’t forget to respect Some basic cognitive thought Not to let yourself fooled. I can believe in paranormal So many witnesses wouldn’t lie But being mistaken is commonplace For the humble selves we are That hardly stand to die. Well if you hold to your point Then I want to have the same. I’m no complete idiot, You sure can explain to me If it’s you who is right. That’s your responsibility. I can believe in naturopathy Let’s use less medicine. But for me, I value my life. And my friends’ too. Without proof: tell me, how can we manage? I can trust the Earth is flat, To energies running through the chakras. But allow me, like Socrates, I dare to ask tricky questions Ask how you know all that. I can believe—why not—in God A supreme being is such a serious case That we need some form of evidence That we’re sure what he wants Is circumcision and baptism. Well if you hold to your point Then I want to share it. I’m no complete idiot, You sure can explain to me If it’s you who is right. That’s your responsibility. If you’re looking for the truth, With a bit of humility We sure can come close. With all fashionable beliefs Have a slightly elaborate method No anger, no hate It’s all a matter of hygiene. Refute my certainties Do question my habits I’ll accept any denial To my open-mindedness. Translated with love by Nouche.
Traduit avec amour par Nouche.