Bernard Sauvat

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Bernard Sauvat (born 1941) is a French singer and songwriter.

A math teacher who taught physics, Sauvat was discovered in 1970 by Lucien Morisse, the director of Europe 1.

Some of his memorable songs include L'amour, il faut être deux(1972), La robe verte(1973), Le professeur est un rêveur (1974), L'Amitié (1975) and Un jour lointain.

In 1991, Sauvat sang for Lebanon for the first time after the Lebanese Civil War,saying "Je rechante au Liban pour la première fois depuis la guerre où je m'aperçois que leur amour pour mes chansons est resté intact".

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