J'ai pas vingt ans

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"J'ai pas vingt ans"
Single by Alizée
from the album Mes Courants Électriques
Released 03 June 2003
Genre French pop
Length 4:23
Label Polydor
Songwriter(s) Mylène Farmer
Laurent Boutonnat
Producer(s) Mylène Farmer
Laurent Boutonnat
Alizée singles chronology
"J'en ai marre !"
"J'ai pas vingt ans"
"A contre-courant"
"J'en ai marre !"
"J'ai pas vingt ans"
"A contre-courant"

"J'ai pas vingt ans" (English: "I'm not twenty") is the sixth single by Alizée, released in June 2003. The single featured, in addition to the solo version of the song, an instrumental version as well as "I'm Fed Up!", which is the English version of "J'en ai marre !". The English version of "J'ai pas vingt ans" is "I'm Not Twenty". "J'ai pas vingt ans" was remixed by Benny Benassi.

Grammar: "j'ai pas" is informal colloquial French shortening for "je n'ai pas" in "I don't have twenty years". Dropping the "ne" is roughly similar in style to saying "I ain't twenty" in American English.

Music video[edit]

The music video is about Alizée and her band playing the song on a stage. It was directed by Laurent Boutonnat and was released in May 2003 on M6.

Formats and track listings[edit]

French CD Single

  1. "J'ai pas vingt ans" – 4:15
  2. "I'm Fed Up!" – 4:40

French CD maxi single

  1. "J'ai pas vingt ans" (Single Version) – 4:15
  2. "J'ai pas vingt ans" (Sfaction Club Remix) – 5:45
  3. "J'ai pas vingt ans" (Attitude Dance Remix) – 4:10
  4. "J'ai pas vingt ans" (Attitude Dub Mix) – 6:45

French 12" vinyl single

A Side:

  1. "J'ai pas vingt ans" (Sfaction Club Remix) – 5:45

B Side:

  1. "J'ai pas vingt ans" (Attitude Dance Remix) – 4:10


Chart (2003) Peak
Austrian Singles Chart 60
Belgian (Flanders) Singles Chart 53
Belgian (Wallonia) Singles Chart 20
French Singles Chart 17
German Singles Chart 59
Poland (Polish Airplay Chart)[1] 3
Swiss Singles Chart 60


  1. ^ "Polish Airplay Charts - Lista krajowa 44/2003". PiF PaF Production. Archived from the original on October 26, 2007. Retrieved November 18, 2016.