New Album: Tissé

Featuring Archie SHEPP, Piers FACCINI, Anne PACEO

OUT 02/25/2022

Tissé

Calling to the Forest

A musical saunter in the forest and between concerts with Archie Shepp, Pierre-François Blanchard, Simon Tailleu and the audience we had so much pleasure to meet again!

This song will be on my next album, Tissé, to be released in February.

A volé

First single of the new album Tissé

Video

Marion Rampal live

with Tissé at Festival des 5 continents in Marseille
and with Archie Shepp at Jazz à Porquerolles


an Oleo Films, francetélévisions, culturebox co-production

New Album

Featuring Archie SHEPP, Piers FACCINI, Anne PACEO

OUT 02/25/2022

Création 2020
Tout public à partir de 8 ans

Imaginez une île où se rencontre et s'entrelace la multitude des chants du monde. Un lieu commun d’où écouter « le choc actuel de tant de cultures qui s'embrasent, se repoussent, disparaissent, subsistent pourtant, s’endorment ou se transforment, lentement ou à vitesse foudroyante … ». Une île où le tumulte du Tout-Monde qui nous entoure peut se saisir par quelque détail et retrouver la simplicité d’une chanson qui est mienne ou tienne ou nôtre.

Marion Rampal, chant Pierre-François Blanchard, piano Sébastien Llado, trombone, conques, soubassophone Cécile McLorin Salvant, illustrations Jeanne Béziers, mise en scène Martin Sarrazac, texte Jean-Bastien Nehr, Leïla Hamidaoui, lumières ![youtube](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GE_l42kENds&list=PL5qp3t801Mh923DRfUMJ1W5tnV1H0V0C-&index=1) Imaginez une île où se rencontre et s'entrelace la multitude des chants du monde. Un lieu commun d’où écouter « le choc actuel de tant de cultures qui s'embrasent, se repoussent, disparaissent, subsistent pourtant, s’endorment ou se transforment, lentement ou à vitesse foudroyante … ». Une île où le tumulte du Tout-Monde qui nous entoure peut se saisir par quelque détail et retrouver la simplicité d’une chanson qui est mienne ou tienne ou nôtre. Empruntant aux figures des écrivains voyageurs, des musicologues collectionneurs, et des troubadours ou bluesmen, leur baluchon sur l’épaule, trois musiciens se font explorateurs butineurs, marins rêveurs et amoureux d’utopies. Ils traversent les océans en suivant des mélodies ; ils admirent leurs métamorphoses et témoignent de l’invention des traditions musicales par des artistes illustres ou inconnus. Le capitaine Rampal et ses deux camarades partent en quête de l'Île aux chants mêlés en suivant la trace des métissages musicaux. La trace d’Harry Belafonte, immense chanteur et militant, qui a fait découvrir à un public international l’héritage musical des Caraïbes en le réinventant. Celle aussi d’Alma Barthélémy, chanteuse créole presque inconnue, interprétant à sa façon si singulière des airs qui avaient voyagé entre le Canada et la France et jusqu’au bayous de Louisiane où elle habitait. Celle encore de Liliʻuokalani, la dernière reine d'Hawaï, qui fut aussi auteure compositrice. Ces personnages empruntés aux réels sont projetés sur l’horizon légendaire du récit avec des fragments de leurs histoires personnelles, en même temps que se mêlent aux chansons « traditionnelles », des originaux de Marion Rampal qui en ont la couleur. Ces associations procedent d'une conviction: toute tradition est inventée et réinventée dans le présent, sans quoi elle devient inauthentique et creuse. Conserver une tradition c’est la faire mourir. Le mode essentiel de cette invention continue, ce qui fait que ces traditions peuvent nous toucher tous, qu’elles nous rassemblent plutôt qu’elles ne nous séparent, c’est ce qu’Édouard Glissant appelait la créolisation, le redevenir local de formes métissées, l’invention d’idiomes qui reflètent l’ici et l’ailleurs. L’ici, parce que l’ailleurs et vice versa. Le lieu rêvé de cette invention, c'est l'Île aux Chants Mêlés, que nos trois musiciens voyageurs espèrent découvrir au terme de leur quête, une terre qui pourrait se trouver partout, en France comme en Louisiane, à Hawaï comme aux Caraïbes. Comme tout conte initiatique, le notre est jalonné de péripéties, chacune l’occasion pour les enfants de découvrir ou redécouvrir une forme musicale ancrée dans une histoire et une géographie particulière, chacune se prêtant à sa réinterprétation par les musiciens sur scène. Elles font écho à la pratique de Marion Rampal comme auteure compositrice, à ses inspirations et à son questionnement: le monde que parcourt son personnage sur son voilier a vu ses frontières musicales abolies, jamais il n’a été plus riche, mais des voix s’élèvent contre les mélanges, en même temps que menacent les écueils bien réels de l’appropriation et de la dénaturation. Le chemin qui mène à l’île, toujours à recommencer, n’est pas la ligne droite qui abolit les différences et les distances, mais « la trace qui va de son lieu au monde et retour et aller encore et retour encore…» Pour qui, comme le Capitaine Rampal, croit en cette quête, celle de la rencontre avec l’autre à travers sa propre activité créatrice, la question essentielle est: comment l’approcher, l’autre, son histoire, ses inventions? Pas en conquérante d’un nouveau territoire, mais en invitée curieuse de la différence et de la relation. Pas comme une matière morte, mais comme une tradition vivante. En prêtant attention aux contacts souterrains de nos racines, réels et imaginaires, à leur nature de rhizome ou réseau, s’ouvre la possibilité de vivre l’identité, artistique, politique, sociale, comme relation à l’autre, plutôt que comme fermeture sur soi.

OUT on October 18th 2019

Marion RAMPAL: voice
Pierre-François BLANCHARD: piano
featuring
Archie Shepp: tenor saxophone, voice
Raúl Barboza: accordion

ArtOvations / l’Autre Distribution
Recorded at Studio de Meudon by Alban Moraud

*When Alice went through the looking glass, at first, everything seemed strange to her. Then she got used to it. Le Secret is a nostalgic, fanciful and sometimes funny invitation to consider differently what seems well known, immutable, untouchable. It is an impertinent and elegant walk between Baudelaire’s melancholia and the blues, with two respectful rebels whom no music genre can imprison as guides . To make a jazz standard out of a Fauré melody or a Schubert Song is a bridge to cross oceans and musical territories; to add one beat to bring Verlaine closer to New Orleans, it is all possible when you master the codes of each different universe to perfection. Marion Rampal and Pierre-François Blanchard are daring and unapologetic, taking all the risks like a couple of tightrope walkers, confident in every step. Their secret is special, bizarre, offbeat, a strange cocktail of poetry, classical music, humour, improvisation, with dizzy precipitations in refreshing colours, with rivers and seas to roll and swing. Two legendary musicians join them on this journey : Archie Shepp and Raúl Barboza. Welcome to Wonderland!* **Arièle Butaux** #### MARION RAMPAL & PIERRE-FRANÇOIS BLANCHARD Jazz singer-songwriter Marion Rampal and pianist Pierre-François Blanchard are developing a common language of interpretation that challenges established codes. Lovers of classical melody, Great Black Music, French popular songs, collaborators of jazz master Archie Shepp and seminal french songwriter Pierre Barouh, they are constantly looking for a poetic and sonic link that transcends styles, and reveal the expressive heart of songs in delicious drifts. With Le Secret they invent new standards by exploring melodies of yesteryears, musical poems that are "deep mirrors" where the movements of the soul are reflected in liquid materialsg Melancholia, Blues or spicy fantasy. Mirroring the composition of French Art Songs from Belle Époque to Nouvelle Vague, playing like them with metamorphosis, this duo demonstrates an art of suspending time, following in the footsteps of the great jazz improvisers. [*Visiter le site de Pierre-François Blanchard*](http://www.pierrefrancoisblanchard.com)

with Anne Paceo
and Pierre-François Blanchard

Beneath the skies of a reinvented New Orleans, Marion Rampal has carved simple and searing songs. Betrayed love, tempest, uprising, this music is made of the deep blue that bathes the Louisiana Bayou, an expression of the many sounds and rhythms of the Delta.

#### Beneath the skies of a reinvented New Orleans, Marion Rampal has carved simple and searing songs. Betrayed love, tempest, uprising, this music is made of the deep blue that bathes the Louisiana Bayou, an expression of the many sounds and rhythms of the Delta. The singular melodies of Main Blue were composed during a voyage across the U.S. mainland, shaped by shared memories and the soul of the land. Inspired by the mischievous tongues of the Cajuns and the French Créoles, Marion created her own language of the sunken hearts, a blend of half-forgotten vocables flowing down the river of Time like an undiscovered Mississipi. Vivacious and untamed, Marion's voice explores the continuum between tradition and invention, heady melodies and improvisation, from contained emotions to a brazenly Soul exuberance. Fairy drummer Anne Paceo - 2016 french Jazz Victories' Artist of the Year - and Rhodes-Chief Pierre-François Blanchard fuel the fire with potent grooviness, drawing from an implacable surge from the deep past. Main Blue is an anthem to Blues as an emotional highway, and an unlikely crossroads of complementary inspirations : the tale of a time when songs, tongues and rhythms flew down rivers and crossed the ocean. *Compositions & Lyrics by Marion Rampal* With : ANNE PACEO : Drums, back vocals / PIERRE-FRANÇOIS BLANCHARD :Fender Rhodes, Organ, keyboards, back vocals / Featuring: JULIA SARR back vocals & SEBASTIEN LLADO trombone / Recorded by SEBASTIEN TONDO at Studio des Bruères, Mignaloux-Beauvoir / Mix by SEBASTIEN TONDO & RAPHAEL ALLAIN at Studio Think Tank, Montreuil / Mastering by RAPHAEL JONIN / Graphism by MARC HERNANDEZ / Photos: MARTIN SARRAZAC / Production & Management FRANÇOIS PEYRATOUT / Edition CAPT'N MUSIC ![logos main blue](images/barre logos main blue.jpg) WATCH "The Perfect Husband", LIVE 2014 ![youtube](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWCdSFWrqH8) Teaser:![youtube](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIorOkrRm9Q) *Main Blue* wouldn't exist without the many people who have helped since the beginning of the project in 2012. Among these: Compagnie Nine Spirit, ADDIM70, Mission Voix Franche-Comté, Forum de Berre, Escale MJC d'Aubagne, Les Herbiers, Tandem and Théâtre du Rocher of la Garde. [*Anne Paceo's website*](http://www.annepaceo.com) [*Pierre-François Blanchard's website*](http://www.pierrefrancoisblanchard.com)

French Singer and songwriter Marion Rampal entwines memory and invention, words and melodies, folkloric musics and classical occidental roots.

#### *French Singer and songwriter Marion Rampal entwines memory and invention, words and melodies, folkloric music and classical occidental roots.* Born in 1980 in Marseille, she studied music and singing according to the fanciful gifts of life: A mother who invented lulabies à la Michel Legrand. A grandfather who played all Nat King Cole in F on the piano. A few flute lessons (she is not in any way related to Jean-Pierre Rampal). Her fabulous high school choir which toured Europe… Adolescent she started scribling song books, writting in English as she was pationate with Patti Smith, Jim Morrison, Jeff Buckley, Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen… She's been following her Rock & Folk loves since 1998, as the singer of *Wesh Wesh* first, and with the duo **We Used to Have a Band** after that. Her encounter with **Raphaël Imbert** et his Compagnie Nine Spirit was the start of a long and fecund collaboration: his record label published her first album, *Own Virago*, in 2009. In 2011 she write the lyrics and sings on **Perrine Mansuy's** *Vertigo Songs*. In 2012 she joins the *Attica Blues Big Bang* and Archie Shepp's Quintes. Shortly after that she records *Heavens* with Raphael Imbert, followed by *Music Is My Home*. Poetic explorations into the embodiments of the Blues, which she purshued in New York and in Louisiana, led her to write and compose *Main Blue*, with **Anne Paceo** and **Pierre-Frangois Blanchard**. This recording was published internationally by e-motive records in 2016. Marion Rampal also wanders the classical repertoire in search of personal *standards*. The duo *Lost Art Song* with pianist **Pierre-Frangois Blanchard**, gives faithfully free interpretations of some of Shubert's lieder, and associates melodies by Debussy, Fauré, with classics of French popular music of the 20th century. In the same spirit, she is regularly participating to Arièle Butaux' Salon Idéal. With the **Manfred Quartet** she sings music from Berlin's "decadent" masters of the 30's. A recording of this project, *Bye Bye Berlin!", will be published in 2018 by Harmonia Mundi. She also enjoys lending her words to other voices, and thus wrote lyrics for singer Virginie Teychené, for Anne Pacéo (in *Circles*, sung by Leila Martial), and for Raphaël Imabert (*Music is my Home*, vocals by Leyla McCalla, Alabama Slim and Big Ron Hunter) **DISCOGRAPHY:** "Main Blue" Marion Rampal (2016 E-motive records/l'Autre Distribution) "Own Virago" Marion Rampal (Compagnie Nine Spirit, 2009) ”Vertigo Songs” Perrine Mansuy (Laborie/Abeille 2011) “Heavens” Raphael Imbert, musique de D.Ellington&W.A.Mozart (Jazz Village/HM 2013) "I Hear the Sound" Archie Shepp Attica Blues Orchestra (Archieball /HM2013 , Nomination aux Grammy Awards) "The Alpalachians" (2014, Label Durance/Orkestra) "Pieces for Christmas Peace " Raphael Imbert et Sixtine Group (ZigZag Territoires/HM2006)

On this day, yesterday, not so long ago… With Archie Shepp, Quatuor Manfred, Raphaël Imbert...

#### On this day, yesterday, not so long ago… With Pierre-François Blanchard, the Manfred Quartet, Raphaël Imbert, Archie Shepp, Perrine Mansuy... ***Lost ArT sOng*** **Marion Rampal & Pierre-François Blanchard** This duo is a time suspending machine, an "untimely" musical gesture evoking through interpretation and improvisation, a dialog between French Melody (Debussy, Fauré…), and the fantasies and complaits of Colette Magny, Michel Legrand or Brigitte Fontaine… New standards that Marion Rampal and Pierre-François Blanchard explore in all their possibilities, sailing from spleen to levity. ![youtube](https://youtu.be/1jf-RCGeCtY?list=PL5qp3t801Mh8QwoeeMkt9W-Bsa1NmludT) [learn more about LosT ArT sOng](http://www.pierrefrancoisblanchard.com/projects/lost-art-song/) ***BYE BYE BERLIN !*** **Marion Rampal & the Manfred Quartet *featuring* Raphaël Imbert** Between Kabarett and Streichquartett, an extravagant encounter with the music of the berliner "decadents" of the 20s and 30s. ![vimeo](https://vimeo.com/61332793) [learn more about Bye Bye Berlin!](https://www.facebook.com/ByeByeBerlin) **Marion Rampal OWN VIRAGO** (Cie Nine Spirit) Out in 2009, the first album of Marion Rampal pulled us in the singular world of the singer: clear melodies of bright colors, personnal, intimate lyrics of which emerge mythical figures. The musicians surrounding her, ears wide open, put all their craft and inventiveness in highlighting the vibrant voice. *"A playful and emotional journey (…) of such intensity that it will grab your guts."* − Nouvelle Vague *"Stunning firs album! One is reminded of Beth Gibbson, Ani Di Franco, Fiona Apple (…) This is a beautiful tale, you'll want to here it again and again."* − Concertandco music and lyrics by Marion Rampal MARION RAMPAL: Vocals / AURELIEN ARNOUX: Guitar / CEDRICK BEC: Drums / MICHEL PERES: Double bass / FABIEN OTTONES: Piano ![soundcloud](https://soundcloud.com/marion-rampal/sets/marion-rampal-own-virago-2009) **VERTIGO SONGS de Perrine Mansuy** 2011 (Laborie Jazz/ Abeille) Music by Perrine Mansuy, Lyrics by Marion Rampal PERRINE MANSUY : piano / MARION RAMPAL: vocals / RÉMY DECK: guitar, sound design / JEAN-LUC DI FRAYA : percussions [voir le site de Perrine Mansuy](http://www.perrinemansuy.com/) ![soundcloud](https://soundcloud.com/perrinemansuy/sets/vertigo-songs) **WE USED TO HAVE A BAND** pop folk-duo with FRANÇOIS RICHEZ Impromptu at Voix du Gaou, 2011: ![youtube](https://youtu.be/04iTwBz1xNw?list=PL5qp3t801Mh923DRfUMJ1W5tnV1H0V0C-) **HEAVENS de Raphaël Imbert** 2012 (Jazz Village/ Harmonia Mundi) Musics of Mozart and Ellington, with the musicians of CIE NINE SPIRIT the MANFRED QUARTET. [website of Cie Nine Spirit](http://www.ninespirit.org) ![youtube](https://youtu.be/5T9svbibvs8?list=PL5qp3t801Mh923DRfUMJ1W5tnV1H0V0C-) **I HEAR THE SOUND Archie Shepp Attica Blues Orchestra** 2014 (Archieball / Harmonia Mundi) ![youtube](https://youtu.be/sU_PTQFJA8s?list=PL5qp3t801Mh923DRfUMJ1W5tnV1H0V0C-) **FREEDOM, La Clameur de Marion Rampal** Participative giant spiritual. For the oppening of Marseille, Cultural Capital of Europe 2013 ![youtube](https://youtu.be/gZer0BjHwuw?list=PL5qp3t801Mh923DRfUMJ1W5tnV1H0V0C-)

#### Let the Wind Blow Lord Lord Here’s a lonely sound Lord Here’s a lonely sound Lord While I walk my ground Lord Lord Tell me ‘bout the wind Lord Whisper ‘bout the wind Lord Where it’s heading at For we’re wild as it is We’re free as it is We come as it comes And we go as it goes Once we’ve learned To simply sit there Moaning Knowing that the Wind blows everywhere Let the Wind blow everywhere Let the Wind blow Let the Wind blow everywhere Fathers Mothers Sons and Daughters Cling to the good word Cling to the good word For the Wind tells about the sweet things And it tells about the terrible ones The Wind was there long before Our skins could ever feel its kisses The Wind is a blind and silent witness And it blows ‘round the soul It blows there and everywhere Lord Lord Let it blow Let it go wild or whisper low Lord Lord Let it blow That is all we’ll ever know ____
#### Savage Toi qui t’etais tapi au creux de ma chanson, C'est dans le fond de l’eau que nous nous reverrons. Toi qui m’a bien souri quand la larme a coulé, Toi le Bien Averti, oh toi mon Bien Aimé. Toi qui t’etais barré du fond de ma maison, Les Fées me l’avaient dit: tu serais bel et bon. Toi qui m’avais gardée en ton beau Palpitant, Toujours je t’aimerai, Jusqu’à la fin des temps. Lui Venu chez moi L’était beau beaucoup L’était mille époux comme L’était mien au fond des nuits d’amour roulé coulé là Ah si l’avais pu garder Mais s’en est allé L’est parti loin loin devant Jeter yeux et mains vers les lendemains Ah il m’en a fait Il m’en a fait Il m’en a trop fait ___
#### 5PM Song Low was the tide Oh but high was the sun Towering up under heaven I took a turn on the merry-go-round Though I acted as if it was over Low sank the sun And up rose the tide I heard a theme in the air Then every clock stopped For a delicious while And it went back to spinning for ever It was there Coming on In a rather good tone Whoever comes to this Knows it’s not his to keep Songs are the wishes You dare make out loud So what shall I do With this beautiful lie? Am I the mold or the maker? You can sit with the muse But don’t look in her eye As you gather the whispers that matter Nothing less And nothing more Than what it takes to grow a song Whoever’s given this Knows it’s not his to keep Songs are the wishes You dare make out loud ___
#### The Perfect Husband Some gipsy spell Marked on my palm It says I’ll always have to roam But I still hold the ring of fire In which it burns for you and I And I waited days I waited nights I waited years for you to say Something about it Now what about it Looked for the you I knew But he was nowhere to be found Nowhere to be found He was nowhere to be found And I thought… …One day I might have to make a choice One day I might have to pack this suitcase of mine And go to where the snow Never threatens to fall Yeah go to where we all belong And oh I cried And oh I sang I thought it was for real One ticket to a dead end split When my wind blew I went with him I’ll be the East I’ll be the Sun I’ll be your Juliet on the run And oh I’ll weep I’ll weep for sure But I’ll leave no crumbs You’ll see that I’ll be nowhere to be found Nowhere to be found I’ll be nowhere to be found And you’ll float… …and one day You might have to make a choice One day You might have to pack this suitcase of yours And go to where the snow Never threatens to fall Yeah go to where we all belong Nowhere to be found (You’re gonna have to look for me baby) Nowhere to be found (I’m gonna be gone soon) Nowhere to be found (Back to where it all begins) Nowhere to be found (Back to where the sun never hides) Nowhere to be found (and if I run you run) Nowhere to be found (And if I roam you roam) Nowhere to be found (where were you) Nowhere to be found (When I needed you?) Nowhere to be found ___
#### Chanson de marin Oh Capitaine, Ne pleure pas Car ta sirène Te reviendra Et dans ton rêve Te chantera : “C’est pour de bon C’est pour de bon” T’avais eu d’elle Qu’un aperçu T’avais eu d’elle Qu’un p’tit baiser Sur les grandes mers Tu as tant vogué Tu as oublié Tu as oublié A bord, à rive Hissant ta voile Et les yeux loin posés devant T’es fatigué T’es abrasé le palpitant L’a tout fondu Il a coulé, ton cœur S'est noyé, ton cœur L’est tombé L’a sombré en bas Plus bleu qu’au fond Dessous le fond Oh Capitaine Ne pleure plus Car ta sirène L’est là L’est revenue Et ton oreille L’a entendue C’est pour de bon C’est pour de bon ___
#### The Heart The Heart Is always a lonely something A hunter A knife A warm and naked beast The Heart Is somehow soloing on strings Butter knife or chainsaw The Heart it always hums free The Heart It’s got a core And that’s for sure It’s got fangs and teeth too And other things beyond a spelling (and everybody wants it out of gold  And everybody wants to rule its world) The Heart It stands alone And it dies alone And just when you think you’ve dug it’s clicking It decides to change its timing Cause EVERYBODY WANTS IT A LOVELY LOVE TO LOVE ___
#### Go for It What you see Into the night Is but the shadow of your life What you fear Is not outside It’s haunting your soul And flooding your mind You can panic You can shout But you can’t run away before the tide You can freak out You can call for help But there’s no get away There’s nowhere to hide You gotta… I know when I know why I know how things got all locked up inside You look for mirrors You look for signs Look out for new webs to tangle up your mind But watch out for the old refrain Cause gravity is coming soon It’s gonna get you there So do your thing It’s now or never You gotta understand The only way it’ll ever work is when you move to stand You gotta Go for it Go for it Go now Cause I’m done I’m gone I’m through with talking Go for it Go for it Go now Cause I’m done I’m gone I’m through with talking bout it So you go down and you go blind It’s coming to get you From all sides It’s starting to shake you up It’s getting wild The beat is pushing/ beat is pulsing/ beat is beating up your heart You’ll still fear You’ll still moan You’ll still forget you’ve ever heard that song Happy to fall down Or glad to lose it all Still you’ll do things you’ve never done before And you will Go for it Go for it Go now Cause I’m done I’m gone I’m through with talking Go for it Go for it Go now Cause I’m done I’m gone I’m through with talking bout it _____
#### Visitation of the Bayou Maharajah *To James Booker* Baby baby How everyone adores to be called Baby by you Baby baby At the crossroads of my dreams and fears I see you Where the lights turn low And we meet all the crawling creatures of the groove At this joint At the corner of this street and another and another Baby baby I heard that you've heard that she knew that you knew a guy who knew about the meaning of this BLUES it's YOUR THING THAT YOU DO baby And now you tell me: Is it worth a visit to the Big Family Or are we better off now Swimming in our own special sauce ? ___
#### À la mer Sur mon bateau ma belle J’ai traversé les océans Sur mon bateau ma belle J’ai navigué par tous les temps Il m’a bien fait soleil dessus Il m’a bien plu Il m’a bien plu Si l’onde est calme ma belle J’irai chercher de beaux présents À hurler “Terre!” ma belle Me reste l’ombre sous le chant Le temps salant m’a fait si vieux Tout change autour en pas bien mieux Longtemps rêvé, beaucoup pleuré Le goût du Pays d’Avant Quitté à l’age de pas-bien-vieux pour l’Enfer Et si mon cœur voit le printemps Au bord de l’eau toi tu m’attends T’en vas chanter joli pour sauver mon âme Au fil de l’eau ma belle J’ai traversé tout l’océan Allant venant ma belle Toujours bravant le ciel méchant Le temps coulant s’est fait si lent Suis arrivé les pieds devant Et si mon âme voit le printemps Au bord de l’eau toi tu m’attends. ___

Lyrics and music by Marion Rampal, Edited by capt'n music

Marion Rampal "Tissé"

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