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C7            F
Des yeux qui font baisser les miens,
   D7       Gm
Un rire qui se perd sur sa bouche,
   C7     F               Cm6
Voila le portrait sans retouche,
              D7           C7
De l'homme auquel j'appartiens.
 
 
F                          Fm7
Quand il me prend dans ses bras,
                    F6
Qu'il me parle tout bas,
                  Gm7 C7
Je vois la vie en ro__se.
Gm7   C7              Gm7
Il me dit des mots d'amour,
    C7               Gm7
Des mots de tous les jours,
C7                 Dm C7
ça me fait quelque chose.
F                     Fm7
Il est entré dans mon coeur
               F6
Une part de bonheur
                    Bb
Dont je connais la cause.
Bbm                          F
C'est lui pour moi, moi pour lui dans la vie.
G7                             Dm    C7
Il me l'a dit, l'a juré pour la vie.
F                    Fm7
Et, dès que je l'aperçois,
                 Gm7
Alors je sens en moi
    C7        F
Mon coeur qui bat.
 
 
C7            F
Des nuits d'amour à ne plus finir,
     D7      Gm
Un grand bonheur qui prend sa place,
    C7       F               Cm6
Les ennuis, les chagrins s'effacent,
              D7           C7
Heureuse, heureuse à en mourir.
 
 
F                          Fm7
Quand il me prend dans ses bras,
                    F6
Qu'il me parle tout bas,
                  Gm7 C7
Je vois la vie en ro__se.
Gm7   C7              Gm7
Il me dit des mots d'amour,
    C7               Gm7
Des mots de tous les jours,
C7                 Dm C7
ça me fait quelque chose.
F                     Fm7
Il est entré dans mon coeur
               F6
Une part de bonheur
                    Bb
Dont je connais la cause.
Bbm                          F
C'est lui pour moi, moi pour lui dans la vie.
G7                             Dm    C7
Il me l'a dit, l'a juré pour la vie.
F                    Fm7
Et, dès que je l'aperçois,
                 Gm7
Alors je sens en moi
    C7        F
Mon coeur qui bat.
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18 Comments

  1. Strumming pattern anyone?

  2. ayla-jayla

    -5 worked really well for my singing voice and the chord progression between Dm and G7 was much easier on my newbie fingers :)

  3. HelpMeNow

    I wish it had the same chords as the English version, but nonetheless a darling song!

    • Can anyone Tell me when I play with +2 what the gm7 is supposed to be?
      (sorry for my bad English)

  4. on the Fm7, I found that an Am sounds better, but i personally combine Am and C to make it sound fancy :)

  5. Transpose it +4 to make it in the key Dodie Clark does it.

  6. I find it the easiest and best sounding to transpose up +2, instead of Gm7 use G7, and instead of Am7 use Am.

  7. For the second “C’est” part the lyrics are “C’est toi pour moi, moi toi pour la vie.

    • No, the lyrics “C’est lui pour moi, moi pour lui pour la vie” are correct. She’s speaking about him in third person the entire song, why would she change it to something grammatically incorrect halfway through the song?

      • The second time she *does* say “C’est toi pour moi, moi pour toi dans la vie.” Why would you wrongly “correct” someone when, one, they’re actually right, and, two, it would’ve taken you two seconds to make sure *you* were right?

        The first time it’s “Crest lei pour moi, moi pour lui dans la vie” but the second time it’s “chest toi pour moi, moi pour toi dans la vie.” You just have to listen to the song so that it’s clear, looking up the lyrics isn’t even necessary.

      • Honestly op probably just messed up while typing the lyrics in their comment. I’ve done it before, I’m sure you have too–but she *does* say “toi” the second time around, not “lui”.

  8. Beginner here wondering how to transpose to make this tab easier. Previously mentioned in this thread but not sure how

    • hayleycomet

      You just click the numbers at the top -directly above the “chords in this song”- and it alters the chords for you. If you transpose down, then you should put a capo on the same fret (e.g. -1 = capo on 1st fret, -2= capo on 2nd fret) to stay in the same key, but you don’t have to!

  9. The fm7 at the end of first phrase of refrain is off base and doesn’t work with the vocals, should be 2-0-0-0.

  10. I would transpose this up 2 steps, makes it loads easier! Also, instead of using Gm7 as 0211, I would do Gm7 as 0222 and it sounds better.

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