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B                       E
Quand tout va mal, when life goes wrong
G                       B
try for a little french song
E                Gb    B    Abm  E                Gb     B B7
French songs are maybe démodées, mais si douces a fredonner
E                Gb     B    Abm  E                Gb    B B7
French songs are tender a I'envi, nostalgiques a l'infini


   B                           E
Et quand on n'sait plus where to belong
G                       B
try for a little french song
E                Gb         B    Abm  E                Gb     B B7
French songs will take you to Paris, to Pigalle ou I'Île Saint-Louis
E                Gb     B        Abm   E                Gb     B B7
French song are dancing sous la pluie, de Bastille aux Tuileries


   Em              Gb              Bm
Because we have de quoi frimer: we have Brassens, Brel and Ferré
   G                A7            D
We have Boris Vian, Barbara, Gainsbourg, Trenet, Prévert, Kosma
   Gb              Gb7             Bm
Because we have de quoi choisir we have Aznavour, Reggiani,
   G              A7         D                      Gb
Bécaud, Nougaro, Moustaki, Édith Piaf CIoclo and Johnny

-bass: Gb,  Ab,  A,   Bb-
       Oui, oui, oui, oui


B                   E
Bien sur c'n'est pas Duke Ellington
G                         B
C'n'est pas Elvis ni Jackson
E               Gb     B       Abm
C'n'est pas Fitzgerald ou Armstrong
E            Gb            B  B7
C'est iust a Iittle french song
     E            Gb     B      Abm
Mais quand Ie chagrin reste too Iong
E                 Gb            B  B7
Moi je chante une little french song


   Em              Gb              Bm
Because we have de quoi frimer: we have Brassens, Brel and Ferré
   G                A7            D
We have Boris Vian, Barbara, Gainsbourg, Trenet, Prévert, Kosma
   Gb              Gb7             Bm
Because we have de quoi choisir we have Aznavour, Reggiani,
   G              A7         D                      Gb
Bécaud, Nougaro, Moustaki, Édith Piaf CIoclo and Johnny

-bass: Gb,  Ab,  A,   Bb-
       Oui, oui, oui, oui


B                           E             
Et qu'on soit de Londres ou de Hong Kong,
G                                B
qu'on soit trois feuilles ou shu-bang
E              Gb    B     Abm  E          Gb           B B7
Qu'on soit djellabah ou sarong, try for a little french song
E             Gb      B         Abm
Quand les méchants sonnent leur gong
E                  Gb           B
Moi ie chante une little french song
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