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Je n'ai pas vu le temps passer… (Original Album 1978)

Charles Aznavour

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1
Avant la guerre
Charles Aznavour; Gabriel Yared; Aldo Frank
2:56
2
Je n'ai pas vu le temps passer
Charles Aznavour; Gabriel Yared; Aldo Frank
3:29
3
J'ai vu Paris
Charles Aznavour; Gabriel Yared; Aldo Frank
3:42
4
Ne t'en fais pas
Charles Aznavour; Gabriel Yared; Aldo Frank
3:31
5
La chanson du Faubourg
Charles Aznavour; Gabriel Yared; Aldo Frank
2:38
6
Dans ta chambre il y a
Charles Aznavour; Gabriel Yared; Aldo Frank
2:37
7
Camarade
Charles Aznavour; Gabriel Yared; Aldo Frank
3:12
8
Les amours médicales
Charles Aznavour; Gabriel Yared; Aldo Frank
2:35
9
Un corps
Charles Aznavour; Gabriel Yared; Aldo Frank
3:21
10
Je ne connais que toi
Charles Aznavour; Gabriel Yared; Aldo Frank
2:15
Total Playing Time    30:16
One of Charles Aznavour's most successful albums, Je n'ai pas vu le temps passer… peaked at number one and spent almost a year on the French chart when first released in 1978.
192 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Universal Music B.V. Studio Masters

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