Clair de Lune

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Clair de Lune is French for "light of the moon", or "moonlight". It may refer to:

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Contemporary popular music[edit]

  • "Clair de Lune", a song by Joseph Kosma, recorded by guitarist Django Reinhardt in 1947.
  • "Clair de Lune", a song by Flight Facilities
  • "Clair de Lune", song on the album Madonna by the band ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead
  • "Clair de Lune / Ballerina", a song on the album Crystal Ball by Styx
  • "Clair de Lune" (My Claire de Lune), written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, recorded by Steve Lawrence from the album The Steve Lawrence Show (Columbia 1965)
  • "Clair de Lune", a song on the album The Epic by Kamasi Washington
  • "Clair de Lune", end of "Freak" by Lana Del Rey, from her album "Honeymoon"
  • "Clair de Lune" by Little Green Cars
  • "Gekkou" (Clair de Lune in Japanese), a song on the album Fanclub by the band Asian Kung-Fu Generation
  • "Clair de Lune", end of "Euphoria" by BTS (band), from they album "Theme of LOVE YOURSELF 起 Wonder'"

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