Telling the story of a woman's impassioned love for a gay man, "Ziggy" was performed originally by Éric Estève in the Starmania musical in 1978.
Dion recorded this song also in English. It was included on the Tycoon compilation in September 1992, which achieved platinum status in France.
There were two similar music videos made for the French and English version (1993). Both of them were directed by Lewis Furey (husband and producer of Quebec actress/singer Carole Laure). The first one can be found on Dion's DVD called On ne change pas (2005). The music video features Dion sitting in the bleachers of a stadium and longing for a soccer player who is preoccupied with teammates. At the end, he is walking up to what appears to be a guy in a pullover with a hood over his head. When the hood is removed as they kiss, it is revealed to be Dion. The model in the video is Rodney Weber.
"Ziggy" peaked at number 2 in France and was certified Gold for selling 365,000 copies. It was held from number one by Freddie Mercury's "Living on My Own" (1993 Remix). "Ziggy" spent almost a year on the chart, including 7 weeks at number 2 position and 18 weeks in the top 10. It was Dion's biggest hit in France since 1983 "D'amour ou d'amitié".