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  1. La goualante du pauvre Jean, Que les femmes n’aimaient pas, Mais n’oubliez pas, Dans la vie y a qu’une morale. Qu’on soit riche ou sans un sou, Sans amour on n’est rien de tout, The Tale of Poor Jean. Just listen for a moment. To the tale of poor Jean. Who the women didn't love.
  2. The Poor People of Paris by Les Baxter His Chorus and Orchestra was written by Marguerite Monnot and René Rouzaud and was first released by Edith Piaf in Les Baxter His Chorus and Orchestra released it on the single The Poor People of Paris in It was covered by The Surrey Brass, Andy Sannella and His Musical Fellas, Nestor Campos e Seu Conjunto - Al Quincas e Orquestra, Baguette.
  3. Les Baxter His Chorus And Orchestra – The Poor People Of Paris (La Goualante Du Pauvre Jean). Label: Capitol Records ‎– F Format: Vinyl, 7″, 45 RPM, Single Country: Canada Released: Genre: Jazz, Pop, Stage & Screen Style: Theme, Easy Listening Plade: (VG+) Cover: (NO COVER) Tracklist A The Poor People Of Paris (La Goualante Du Pauvre Jean) B Theme From “Helen Of.
  4. La Goualante du pauvre Jean Lyrics: Just got back from Paris, France / All they do is sing and dance / All they've got there is romance / What a tragedy / Every boulevard has lovers / Every lover.
  5. The song The Poor People of Paris was written by Jack Lawrence [US1], Marguerite Monnot and René Rouzaud and. It was adapted from La goualante du pauvre Jean (Jack Lawrence [US1], Marguerite Monnot and René Rouzaud). It was covered by Carmel [GB], Dean Martin and .
  6. "The Poor People of Paris" is the English name of a popular song from France. The original French language song was "La goualante du pauvre Jean" ("The Ballad of Poor John"), with music by Marguerite Monnot and words by René Rouzaud. Edith Piaf had one of her biggest hits with the original French version.. The song was adapted by American songwriter Jack Lawrence in , and he wrote Format: 45rpm, 78rpm.
  7. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Les Baxter His Chorus And Orchestra* - The Poor People Of Paris (La Goualante Du Pauvre Jean) at Discogs. Complete your Les Baxter His Chorus And Orchestra* collection/5(35).
  8. VG Very Good - a used, reasonable copy. VG- Very Good Minus - significant wear and marks and usually quite noticeable surface noise. G+ Good Plus. In the record world, 'Good' is not good! From here on down (Fair, Poor), we're talking about beat-up records.

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