Watch Brigitte Bardot classic- Harley Davidson

A classic performed by Brigitte Bardot on a Harley Davidson, Written by Serge Gainsbourg in 1967
Warning! The content is a bit blunt

Lyrics (English translation):
I don’t need anybody
When I’m on my Harley Davidson!
I don’t acknowledge anyone any more
When I’m on my Harley Davidson!
I push the starter button
And bam! I leave the world behind.
Maybe I’ll go to Paradise
But in a train to Hell…..

I don’t need anybody
When I’m on my Harley Davidson!
I don’t acknowledge anyone any more
When I’m on my Harley Davidson!
And if I die tomorrow,
That was meant to be my fate.
I value my life a lot less
Than my rockin’ bike.

I don’t need anybody
When I’m on my Harley Davidson!
I don’t acknowledge anyone any more
When I’m on my Harley Davidson!
When I feel the urge to travel,
The vibrations of my bike
Make me hot
In my crotch.

I don’t need anybody
When I’m on my Harley Davidson!
I don’t acknowledge anyone any more
When I’m on my Harley Davidson!
I’m doing over a hundred
And I feel on fire.
I don’t care if I die
So long as my hair is in the wind!

We are seriously doubted if Brigitte Bardot have ever been riding on a Harley Davidson, but who cares when you can enjoy this piece of art ?

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