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Celine Dion's New Frenchified Tune In Full!

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And c'est très magnifique!!

To send you off on a fabulous pre-fouth weekend Friday, we teased with a snippet of Celine Dion's all new, all Français single, Parler à Mon Pére (Talk To My Father) off of her all French CD debuting November 5th…

And to wish you a happy Monday, we introduce the track in all its FULL French-Canadian gloriousness!

While we may not understand all the words, sentiment and passion pulsate through Celine's heartfelt vocals and the track is enjoyable regardless of what languages you speak.

So listen while Celine chats to her Father (above), and perhaps it'll inspire you to talk to one of YOUR loved ones!

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10 comments to “Celine Dion's New Frenchified Tune In Full!”



  1. 1

    Lovely! So looking forward to this album.

  2. Wow says – reply to this


    2

    I don't understand French but like you said, her voice is filled with passion. It sounds great!



  3. 3

    the song is cute knowing her father past away years ago…but the song itself is aweful…she's way better when she sings in english :)

    i've been raised with her music in my house but still her french music doesn't slightly compare to her english albums



  4. 4

    Beautiful! I had tears in my eyes! The lyrics are wonderful as is the melody. I have always preferred her French songs to her English power ballads. In any language, the woman is incredibly touching and talented. Her voice and the sesitivity with which she sings are one of the very best!

  5. celina says – reply to this


    5

    it means talking to my father not talk to my father

  6. celina says – reply to this


    6

    comment posted before I was finished- "parle" would be talk, "parler" is the action of speaking, or talking, whichever you prefer. Just a heads up! I'm from Quebec just like her haha

  7. Cris says – reply to this


    7

    Re: gwenalicious – Actually, her French music is much better then her English albums. The lyrics are always very meaningful and the music melodious. No high notes and long notes required - that's what Americans like.

  8. jim says – reply to this


    8

    i love you celine dion iam your biggest fan here in fiji hope to see you one day!!!!!!!!!

  9. Alexa Knight says – reply to this


    9

    The words mean I would like to talk to my father. Parler is in it's indicative form.



  10. 10

    I keep listening to this new Celine French song!! Such a nice change from the usual English long and high notes. Such a simple and cute summer song. iTunes here I come!