"L'amour est un soleil" is a 2003 song recorded by French artist Hélène Ségara. It was the lead single from her fourth studio album, Humaine, on which it features as third track, and was released on 11 April 2003. It was a hit particularly in France, where it almost topped the chart.
The song was included on Ségara's 2004 greatest hits album Le Best of and was also available on many French compilations, such as Stars France 2003, Vol. 2. It was also the b-side of Ségara's 2004 single "On ne dit pas".
"L'Amour est un soleil" went straight to number two on 19 April 2003, and stayed there for three consecutive weeks, but was unable to dislodge Florent Pagny's hit "Ma liberté de penser" which topped the chart then. Afterwards, the single almost always dropped, and remained for six weeks in the top ten, 13 weeks in the top 50 and 19 weeks on the chart, hitting Gold status awarded by the SNEP and featuring at number 36 on the Annual Chart.
In Belgium (Wallonia), the song was a less successful hit, peaking only at number 14 in its fifth week, on 31 May, and it dropped quiclky, and fell off the chart after eight weeks.
In Switzerland, "L'Amour est un soleil" peaked at number 13 twice, in its first and fourth weeks, then dropped quickly. It remained for five weeks in the top 20 and 13 weeks on the chart (top 100). It was Ségara's second most successful single in this country (the first is "On oublie rien, on vit avec").