Mon amie la rose

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"Mon amie la rose"
Single by Françoise Hardy
from the album Mon amie la rose
B-side Je veux qu'il revienne (Only You Can Do It)
Released 1964
Genre French pop
Length 2:17
Label Disques Vogue
Writer(s) Cécile Caulier, Jacques Lacombe
English single of "Mon amie la rose"

"Mon amie la rose" is a poem written by Cécile Caulier and Jacques Lacombe, originally performed in song by French singer Françoise Hardy in 1964. It became one of Hardy's most popular songs, and was collected on her album Mon amie la rose.

Tracklist[edit]

The tracklist of the EP versions includes:

  • A1: "Je veux qu'il revienne"
  • A2: "Mon amie la rose"
  • B1: "La nuit est sur la ville
  • B2: "Nous étions amies"

The UK release contained:

  • A-side: "Mon amie la rose"
  • B-side: "Je veux qu'il revienne (Only You Can Do It)"

Natacha Atlas cover[edit]

"Mon amie la rose"
Single by Natacha Atlas
from the album Gedida
B-side "Bastet"
Released 1999
Format CD single, Vinyl single
Genre Electronica, World Music
Length 3:29
Label Mantra
Writer(s) Cécile Caulier, Jacques Lacombe
Producer(s) Transglobal Underground
Natacha Atlas singles chronology
"L'Égyptienne"
(1998)
"Mon Amie La Rose"
(1999)
"Mistaneek"
(1999)

An electronicworld music version performed by Belgian singer Natacha Atlas was also released in 1999. The song was produced by Transglobal Underground for Atlas' third album Gedida (1999).

Formats and track listings[edit]

These are the formats and track listings of major single releases of "Mon Amie La Rose" by Natacha Atlas.

  • French CD single
  1. "Mon amie la rose"
  2. "Mon amie la rose" (French Radio remix)
  • Belgian CD single
  1. "Mon amie la rose"
  2. "Mon amie la rose" (French Radio remix)
  3. "Bastet"
  • Promotional CD single
  1. "Mon amie la rose" (Radio edit remix)
  2. "Mon amie la rose"

Charts[edit]

Charts (1999) Peak
position
French Singles Chart 16[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Discography Natacha Atlas". LesCharts.com. Retrieved October 20, 2007.

External links[edit]