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Celine Dion – Ma Nouvelle France lyrics

(Theme song in 'Nouvelle-France')
(Patrick Doyle / Luc Plamondon)

Mon bel amour, mon bel amant
J'arrive au bout de tous mes tourments
Ces quelques mots du fond de ma prison
T'atteindront-ils un jour?

Garde ton corps tout contre moi
Serre-moi tr? S fort pour la derni? Re fois
Ton souffle chaud br? Le encore sur ma peau
Comme au premier jour

Tu m'as donn? L'amour
Il sera ma lumi? Re
Je l'emporte en moi
Et quand j'aurais trop froid
Il me rechauffera sous la terre

Et toi ma belle enfant
Je n'aurais eu le temps
Que de te montrer le mot amour
Quand j'aurais survol? Le vent
Quand j'aurais travers? Le n? Ant
Pour me trouver devant le grand g? Ant
Je veillerai sur toi

Je t'ai donn? Le jour
Souviens toi de ta m? Re
Surtout n'oublie pas
Les violences de l'amour
Sont? Gales aux violences de la guerre

Adieu mon tendre amant
Ma douce enfant
Mes deux amours
Adieu mon beau pays
Adieu ma Nouvelle-France

Ma Nouvelle-France

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