Elsa - Chaque Jour Est Un Long Chemin FLAC album
This title is a cover of Chaque jour est un long chemin as made famous by Elsa.
Quelque chose dans mon cœur" (English: "Something in My Heart") is a 1987 song recorded by the French artist Elsa Lunghini. Released on December 1987, this song was the first single from her debut album Elsa.
The song 'Jacques Est Maniaque' by Elsa has a tempo of 109 beats per minute (BPM) on 'Chaque jour est un long chemin'.
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Disc: 1. 1. Chaque Jour Est Un Long Chemin. 2. Je Porte Mon Coeur Sur Ma Main. 3. Le Temps Tourne A L'orage. Elsa, after a 4 years break, is doing a complete change on this album compare to her others works and mainly to "Douce Violence", her previous album released in 1993. On this album, Elsa use mainly folk music and ambiance. She also turns out, for the first time, as a song writer. That's maybe what's the major problem of this album: the lyrics sometimes are just not there. That may surprise and discourage the listener in a first listening, but soon the nice melodies and sonorities make enjoy the biggest part of the album.
Jacques Est Maniaque. This song is by Elsa and appears on the album Chaque Jour Est Un Long Chemin (1996). Jacques est maniaqueIl soigne tous mes détailsIl remet mes mains à leur place. Jacques est maniaqueIl veut toucher mes jouesSes baisers sont doux et légers. Il prend soin de moiEt je l'aime pour çaCe que je faisC'est ce qu'il ditEt ça me plait.
Performer: Elsa Genre: Pop Album: Chaque Jour Est Un Long Chemin Released: 1996 Style: Chanson, Ballad. 12. Jacques Est Maniaque. Adapted By – Elsa Harmonica – Robin MillarLyrics By – Lyle Music By – Gallagher.
Elsa is the debut album of the French singer Elsa Lunghini, released in 1988. After the success of her first two singles, "T'en va pas", which peaked at for eight weeks on the official singles chart (Top 50), and "Quelque chose dans mon cœur", hit, Elsa decided to release her first album. In it, there are collaborations with Didier Barbelivien, Élisabeth Anaïs for texts, and her father (Georges Lunghini) for compositions. Georges also co-signed ten of the eleven songs on the album.