“Mon petit mec et moi,” (My boyfriend and me), by Les Wriggles, a French group I discovered this morning. It’s about a married guy (with a son) who realizes he’s gay, gets divorced, and falls in love with a man. The ex-wife is fine with it. The neighbors, however, see the two guys with the son and think they’re pedophiles. Here are the lyrics, in French. Favorite line: “Even Jesus had two dads.”
“Even Jesus had two dads”
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