In Deutschland

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In Deutschland
Studio album by Françoise Hardy
Released September 1965 (Germany)
Recorded Germany
Genre French pop
Length 29:13
Language German
Label Bellaphon/Disques Vogue
Producer Jacques Wolfsohn
Françoise Hardy chronology
Mon amie la rose
(1964)
In Deutschland
(1965)
Françoise Hardy
(1965)

In Deutschland is a 1965 album by the French pop singer Françoise Hardy. It was her first German-language album.

Tracklist[edit]

Side 1
  1. "Wenn dieses Lied erklingt" – 2:30
    Lyrics by: Peter Wehle
    Music written by: Joe Dixie
  2. "Frag' den Abendwind" – 2:35
    Lyrics by: Joachim Relin
    Music written by: Fred Gordini
  3. "Dann bist Du verliebt" – 2:38
    Lyrics by: Joachim Relin
    Music written by: Fred Gordini
  4. "Ein Fenster wird hell" – 2:33
    Original title: "Dans le monde entier"
    Lyrics and music written by: Françoise Hardy, 1965
    German adaptation by: Kurt Hertha
  5. "Er war wie Du" – 2:13
    Lyrics by: Ernst Bader
    Music written by: Friedel Berlipp
  6. "Wer Du bist" – 2:25
    Lyrics by: Fini Busch
    Music written by: Werner Scharfenberger
Side 2
  1. "Ich hab’ das Glück" – 2:06
    Original title: "J’aurais voulu"
    Lyrics and music written by: Françoise Hardy, 1963
    German adaptation by: C. U. Blecher
  2. "Ich sag’ ja" – 2:20
    Original title: J’suis d’accord
    Lyrics by: Françoise Hardy
    Music written by: Françoise Hardy and Roger Samyn, 1962
    German adaptation by: Kurt Schwabach
  3. "Peter und Lou" – 2:50
    Original title: "Tous les garçons et les filles"
    Lyrics by: Françoise Hardy
    Music written by: Françoise Hardy and Roger Samyn, 1962
    German adaptation by: Ernst Bader
  4. "Die Liebe geht" – 2:25
    Original title: "L’Amour s’en va"
    Lyrics and music written by: Françoise Hardy, 1963
    German adaptation by: Ernst Bader
  5. "Ich steige Dir auf’s Dach" – 2:18
    Lyrics by: Willy Schüller
    Music written by: Georg Möckel
    First performed by: Bärbel Wachholz, 1957
  6. "Oh, Oh Chérie" – 2:15
    Original title: "Uh Oh"
    Lyrics and music written by Bobby Lee Trammell
    First performed by Bobby Lee Trammell in 1958
    German adaptation by: J.R. Setti and G. Guenet

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