This is the list of songs performed by the French singer Mireille Mathieu. The year shows in which a song was first published.
Mireille Mathieu - Closing doors Closing doors When we start closing doors The room that's next to yours Becomes a lonely place The thoughts that yo. When we start closing doors The room that’s next to yours Becomes a lonely place The thoughts that you embrace Are lonely too When did it start to go? The laughs we used to know The joy it used to be And tell me, where is he? The man I knew. Though you cling to all your yesterdays Life goes on and always will Yes or no, stay or go We’re both beyond the status quo When hello becomes a lie There’s nothing left except To say goodbye.
Mireille Mathieu (French: ; born 22 July 1946) is a French singer. Mireille Mathieu was born on 22 July 1946 in Avignon, France, the eldest daughter of a family of fourteen children; the youngest brother was born after she moved to Paris. Her father Roger and his family were native to Avignon, while her mother Marcelle-Sophie (née Poirier) was from Dunkirk
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Download and listen free to Mireille Mathieu - Nostalgia. I remember the first time I was in love It was all the way back in 1997 I stole my mama's cell phone, yes, and I was turning it up Tracked down your number, boy I was so in love, I thought I was in heaven. I remember the first time they caught us drinking We were out there hanging on our bicycles blowing wheels I had stole my dad's liquor, yeah, and we were turning it up High as a kite and we were so in love, so high above. So beautiful, the love we had, the love we had Can't believe we let it pass, we let it pass So beautiful, but you were right, yes you were right We couldn't last, but a blast we had.
At our house, you could have eaten off the floors!, says Mireille with admiration. My songs always speak of love, that’s the way I like them. Mireille Mathieu has sung before every type of audience, in nearly every country, she is loved by the simple folk just as much as by the big names in this world. She has been received by heads of state and has traveled the four corners of the world. Where she feels the most at home, Johnny Stark used to say, is on stage, adding, There she is all by herself, and it’s there where she finds peace.