Tu t'laisses aller
|"Tu t'laisses aller"|
|Single by Charles Aznavour|
|from the album Je m'voyais déjà|
|B-side||"J'ai perdu la tête"|
For the first time it was released as a single in 1960 by Barclay Records (with "J'ai perdu la tête" on the B-side). In 1974 a new edition was re-released as a single.
The husband drinks alcohol to have the strength to tell his wife everything he thinks about her. He says the worst possible things to her, but then he adds, that a little effort and a smiling face, and things could be just as before. In the end he calls her: "Come close to me. Let yourself go".
In 1995 Aznavour recorded a version of "Tu t'laisses aller" in duet with Liza Minnelli (Paris — Palais des Congrès: Intégrale du spectacle).
- German: "Du läßt dich gehn", written by Ernst Bader
- English: "You've Let Yourself Go", written by Marcel Stellman
- Alcohol and Temperance in Modern History: Jack S. Blocker, Jr., David M. Fahey, Ian R. Tyrrell, 2003 p. 428-429
- Charles Aznavour — You've Let Yourself Go lyrics
- Billboard 24 Oct. 1960
- Billboard 3 Feb. 1962
- Tu te laisses aller, SHS
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