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Ca Plane Pour Moi - The Automatics (3) - Good Melodies (CD, Album)

9 Reply to “ Ca Plane Pour Moi - The Automatics (3) - Good Melodies (CD, Album) ”

  1. Akicage says:
    Plastic Bertrand originally released Ça plane pour moi written by Lou Deprijck and Yvan Lacomblez and Plastic Bertrand released it on the single Ça plane pour moi in It was also covered by Streaplers, The Gaa Gaas, NoRMAhl, Rausch and other artists. It is sampled by Elton Motello.
  2. Nikokasa says:
    "Ca Plane Pour Moi" roughly translates as "This Life's for Me." However it appears the lyrics have no particular meaning, just sounding vaguely "Rock 'N Roll." Besides the original French, there is also an English version, "Jet Boy Jet Girl," by Elton Motello, which was released around the same time.
  3. Dik says:
    Jul 13,  · Provided to YouTube by IDOL Ca plane pour moi · Plastic Bertrand Plastic Bertrand ℗ AMC Released on: Composer: Y. Lacomblez Composer: L. Deprijck Auto-generated by YouTube.
  4. Moogugal says:
    " Ça plane pour moi " (French pronunciation: ​ [sa plan puʁ mwa]) is a song by Plastic Bertrand. The music was composed by Lou Deprijck. Yvan Lacomblez wrote the lyrics. Despite being credited to Plastic Bertrand, the vocals were actually performed by Deprijck, the record's producer.
  5. Kigajind says:
    Ça plane pour moi Ça plane pour moi - Plastic Bertrand - MP3 instrumental karaoke. This title is a cover of Ça plane pour moi as made famous by Plastic Bertrand. Tempo: variable (around BPM) In the same key as the original: B♭ This song ends without fade out.
  6. Momi says:
    Ça Plane Pour Moi Lyrics: Yam! Bam! mon chat Splash / Git sur mon lit a bouffe / Sa langue en buvant tout mon whisky / Quant a moi peu dormi, vidé, brimé / J'ai dû dormir dans la gouttière.
  7. Narn says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Ca Plane Pour Moi on Discogs.5/5(1).
  8. Faerisar says:
    ‘Ca Plane Pour Moi’ was the euro-punk smash hit by Belgian singer/songwriter Plastic Bertrand. The song was covered by many artists, though Plastic Bertrand’s original recording was the.
  9. Guramar says:
    Allez hop! T'occupe, t'inquiète Touche pas ma planète. Is not: “Get busy alarm yourself Don't touch my planet.” T’occupe and t’inquite are both slang for “t’occupe pas” and “t’inquiete pas” (de mes affaires) - don’t occupy yourself, don’t worry about what I’m up to - in other words he’s saying mind your own business, don’t touch my planet (or as The Rolling.

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