Hymne à l'amour" is a popular French song originally performed by Édith Piaf. The lyrics were written by Piaf and the music by Marguerite Monnot. Piaf first sang this song at the Cabaret Versailles in New York City on September 14, 1949. It was written to her lover and the love of her life, the French boxer, Marcel Cerdan. On October 28, 1949, Cerdan was killed in a plane crash on his way from Paris to New York to come to see her. She recorded the song on May 2, 1950.
Tant qu' l'amour inondera mes matins. Dm. G. G+. Tant qu'mon corps fr?mira sous tes mains.
Piaf wrote the words to "Hymne À L'amour," which would become one of her greatest hits, and was even recorded in Japanese, although not by her. The music was written by her regular collaborator Marguerite Monnot, who also supplied the music for "Milord. Running to 3 minutes 27 seconds, the original was released in 1950. There are several English versions including "Hymn To Love," which was recorded by Piaf herself; this translation was by Eddie Constantine.
We have song's lyrics, which you can find out below.
|1||Hymne A L'Amour||3:26|
|2||La Vie En Rose||3:05|
|3||J'M'En Fous Pas Mal||4:19|
|4||Un Refrain Courait Dans La Rue||3:03|
|6||Les Amants De Paris||3:11|
|7||Bal Dans Ma Rue||2:57|
|8||Il Fait Bon T'Aimer||3:20|
|9||Il Y Avait||3:09|
|10||Plus Bleu Que Tes Yeux||3:11|
|12||Du Matin Jusqu'Au Soir||3:14|
|13||La Valse De L'Amour||2:18|
|15||Notre-Dame De Paris||3:04|
|16||Elle A Dit||3:48|
|17||Johnny Tu N'Es Pas Un Ange||2:10|
|20||La Goualante Du Pauvre Jean||2:01|
|21||Sous Le Ciel De Paris||3:22|
|23||L'Homme A La Moto||2:04|
|24||Les Amants D'Un Jour||3:15|
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