Songs written by Charles Aznavour

Posted Jan 19, 2012
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  1. Breathe



    "Breathe" is a song by American recording artist Blu Cantrell from her second studio album, Bittersweet (2003). A remixed version featuring Sean Paul was released as a single in 2003.

  2. She

    She (1974)


    "She" is a song written by Charles Aznavour and Herbert Kretzmer and released by Aznavour as a single in 1974. The song was written as a theme tune for the British TV series Seven Faces of Woman.

  3. La Boheme

    La Boheme (1965)


    La Bohème is a song written by French songwriter Jacques Plante and Armenian-French artist Charles Aznavour.

  4. Il Faut Savoir

    Il Faut Savoir (1961)


    Il faut savoir (You've got to learn) is a song written in 1961 by Armenian-French artist Charles Aznavour.

  5. La Mamma

    La Mamma (1962)


    La mamma is a song written in 1962 by French lyricist Robert Gall and Armenian-French artist Charles Aznavour.

  6. Pour Toi Arménie

    Pour Toi Arménie (1989)


    "Pour toi Arménie" (English Translation: "For You, Armenia") is a 1989 song written and composed by Charles Aznavour, and recorded by a group of French singers (and also a few actors and TV presenters) who were popular at the time. This charity single was intended to raise funds to help the Armenians who experienced the 1988 Spitak earthquake. It sold more than 1 million copies under the Trema-EMI label.

  7. Une Vie D'amour

    Une Vie D'amour (1981)


    "Une vie d'amour" (A life of love) is a song written by Charles Aznavour to the music of Georges Garvarentz. The Russian lyrics of the song were written by Natalia Konchalovsky.

  8. The Old Fashioned Way

    The Old Fashioned Way (1972)


    "The Old Fashioned Way" is the English version of Charles Aznavour's Les plaisirs démodés song. The song was released in 1973 by Barclay Records as a single (What makes a Man on the B-side) and became a hit in the Netherlands (#5), Belgium and in the UK (it was on British charts for 15 weeks).

  9. Tu T'Laisses Aller

    Tu T'Laisses Aller (1961)


    "Tu t'laisses aller" (English: "You Let Yourself Go") is a song written in 1960 by Armenian-French artist Charles Aznavour.

  10. Que C'est Triste Venise

    Que C'est Triste Venise (1964)


    Que C'est Triste Venise (literal English translation: How Sad Venice Is) is a song written by Armenian-French artist Charles Aznavour and Françoise Dorin and sung by Aznavour about Venice. It was first recorded in French by Aznavour in 1964, and later in Spanish (Venecia Sin Ti), German (Venedig im Grau), English (How Sad Venice Can Be), and most notably in 1971 in Italian (Com'è Triste Venezia).

  11. Hier Encore

    Hier Encore (1964)


    "Hier Encore", whose original French title translates as "Only Yesterday", is a song written by Charles Aznavour and released in September 1964.

  12. Sur Ma Vie

    Sur Ma Vie (1972)


    "Sur ma vie" (lit. "In My Life") is a song written by Armenian-French artist Charles Aznavour. In April 1956 it became Aznavour's first no. 1 hit in France.

  13. Toi Et Moi

    Toi Et Moi (1994)


    Toi et Moi (English translation: You and Me) is a song written in 1994 by Charles Aznavour, Jean-Pierre Bourtayre, and Jacques Revaux. It was originally released on Aznavour's highly successful 1994 CD, aptly titled Toi et Moi. In 1995, the English version titled You and Me, as well as the Spanish version Tú y Yo were released.

  14. Ils Sont Tombés

    Ils Sont Tombés (1976)


    Ils Sont Tombés is a song released in 1976, written by Charles Aznavour and Georges Garvarentz in 1975 and dedicated to the memory of Armenian Genocide victims. It was subsequently released in English (They Fell). The text is also translated into Russian and Armenian (performed by Mirta Satdjian). The authorized Armenian translation is made by Fr. Raphael Antonian, Director of Murad-Rafaelian College in Sevres.

  15. Parce Que Tu Crois

    Parce Que Tu Crois (1966)


    "Parce que tu crois" (English translation: "Because You Believe") is a song by Armenian-French singer Charles Aznavour. It was released on his 1966 albums La bohème and Chante Paris au mois d'août.

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