La maison où j'ai grandi is a studio album of French pop singer Françoise Hardy. It was released in France in November 1966, on LP, Disques Vogue/Vogue international industries (CLD 702-30). Published without title, except for the word Françoise on the cover, but has become known by the title of the most successful song on the album, "La maison où j'ai grandi" ("The House where I Grew Up"). Il est des choses" – 2:31 Original title: "Ci sono cose più grandi" Lyrics: Eliana de Sabata Music written by: Edoardo Vianello First sung by: Tony Renis, 1966 French adaptation by: Françoise Hardy Accompanists: Charles Blackwell orchestra. Mes jours s’en vont" – 2:26.
Also performed by: Françoise Hardy. Song: Ci sono cose più grandi. Proofreading requested. English translation (poetic).
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Ci Sono Cose Piu Grandi. Backing Vocals – I Cantori Moderni di a – Orchestra E. Morricone Written-By – Baghira (3), E. Vianello. Canzone Blu. Backing Vocals – Coro N. Orlandi Written-By – A. Testa, Mogol, Tony Renis.
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