Tu trouveras

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"Tu trouveras"
Tu trouveras.jpg
Single by Natasha St-Pier
from the album De l'amour le mieux
Released 2002
Format CD single
Recorded 2002, Canada
Genre Pop
Length 3:26
Label Sony Music France/Columbia
Guy Cloutier Communications
Songwriter(s) Pascal Obispo, Lionel Florence
Producer(s) Pascal Obispo, Volodia
Natasha St-Pier singles chronology
"Tu m'envoles"
"Tu trouveras"
"Nos rendez-vous"
"Tu m'envoles"
"Tu trouveras"
"Nos rendez-vous"

"Tu trouveras" (English translation: "You Will Find") is the name of a 2002 song recorded by the Canadian singer Natasha St-Pier, composed by Pascal Obispo and written by Lionel Florence.

It was released as the first single from her third album, De l'amour le mieux, on which it features as first track. The song became a top three hit in France and Belgium (Wallonia) and was much aired on radio, remaining to date St-Pier's most successful single in terms of sales.

Song information[edit]

The music was written by famous composer Lionel Florence, and composed by French singer Pascal Obispo who also participated in the production of the song. It deals with a love relationship in which St-Pier admits her mistakes and her weaknesses. The words "Tu trouveras", which are sung in the refrain, are performed by Pascal Obispo, and therefore the song is generally considered as a duet, even though almost all of the lyrics are sung by Natasha St.-Pier. They performed the song in many French TV programs.

The song features on many French compilations, such as Les Plus Belles Ballades, Les Plus Beaux Duos, Non Stop Hits 4, Les Plus Belles Voix, vol. 1, Hitbox 2002 Best of, vol. 4 and Hit de diamant.

Christophe Maé covered the song included in a medley named "Mister Restos 2008" on Les Enfoirés' 2008 album Le Secret des Enfoirés.

Chart performances[edit]

In France, the single started at number four on 30 March 2002 and peaked at number three in its third week. It was blocked from topping the chart by Shakira's "Whenever, Wherever" and Jean-Pascal Lacoste's "L'Agitateur". It remaining for 18 consecutive weeks in the top ten and 25 weeks in the top 50. Then it dropped quickly and fell off the chart after 27 weeks.[1] It was awarded Platinum disc by the SNEP, the French certifier[2] and was sixth on the Annual Chart.[3] As of August 2014, it was the 42nd best-selling single of the 21st century in France, with 441,000 units sold.[4]

It was the more aired song of 2002 in France, with 14,957 broadcastings and 1.2 billion contacts. Yacast, which established the official airplay charts in France, revealed that the song was the more aired on five radio stations: Alouette, Champagne MF, Hit West, Kiss FM and Scoop.[5]

In Belgium (Wallonia), "Tu trouveras" entered the chart at number 14 on 30 March, jumped to a peak of number three where it stayed for four consecutive weeks. It remained for 12 weeks in the top five, dropped slowly on the chart and totaled 20 weeks in the top 20 and 31 weeks on the chart.[6] It was the seventh best-selling single of the year[7] and achieved Platinum status.[8]

In Switzerland, the single achieved moderate success, peaking at number 20 in the third week, on 5 May 2002. It remained for seven weeks in the top 50 and nine weeks in the top 100.[9]

In 2003, St-Pier did a version in Spanish, "Encontrarás" with the Spanish singer Miguel Bosé, and reached number one on the Spanish Singles Chart and number two in Los 40 principales Chart.

Track listing[edit]

  • CD single
  1. "Tu trouveras" — 3:26
  2. "Les Diamants sont solitaires" — 4:27

Charts and sales[edit]

Certifications and sales[edit]

Country Certification Date Sales certified Physical sales
Belgium[8] Platinum 17 August 2002 40,000
France[2] Platinum 11 July 2002 500,000 652,000[10]


  1. ^ a b French Singles Chart Lescharts.com (Retrieved May 24, 2008)
  2. ^ a b French certifications Disqueenfrance.com (Retrieved May 24, 2008)
  3. ^ a b 2002 French Singles Chart Disqueenfrance.com Archived 2012-04-04 at the Wayback Machine. (Retrieved April 5, 2008)
  4. ^ "Top 100 des singles les plus vendus du millénaire en France, épisode 6 (50-41)". Chartsinfrance. 16 August 2014. Retrieved 2015-03-17. 
  5. ^ a b c d 2002 French Airplay Charts Yacast.fr (Retrieved May 17, 2008)
  6. ^ a b Belgian (Wallonia) Singles Chart Ultratop.be (Retrieved May 25, 2008)
  7. ^ a b 2002 Belgian (Wallonia) Singles Chart Ultratop.be (Retrieved April 5, 2008)
  8. ^ a b Belgian (Wallonia) certifications Ultratop.be (Retrieved May 23, 2008)
  9. ^ a b Swiss Singles Chart Hitparade.ch (Retrieved May 24, 2008)
  10. ^ Les certifications depuis 1973 Infodisc.fr Archived 2012-07-13 at WebCite (Retrieved May 23, 2008)