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The Ballad of Michel

“La ballade de Michel” (meaning “Michael’s Ballad”) is Celine Dion’s second single from the movie soundtrack Opération beurre de pinottes. It was released in 1986 in Quebec, Canada.[1]

“La ballade de Michel” was issued as a radio single only.

Dion also recorded an English version of this song called “Michael’s Song”.

The Peanut Butter Solution / Opération beurre de pinottes soundtrack album includes both versions as well as two other Dion recordings: “Dans la main d’un magicien” and its English-language counterpart “Listen to the Magic Man.” Neither the French nor English version of the song was included on any of Dion’s albums. The English version of “Michael’s Song” has never been released on CD.

Have You Ever Been in Love (song)

“Have You Ever Been in Love” is a song recorded by Canadian recording artist Celine Dion, included first on her seventh English studio album A New Day Has Come (2002) and later, on her eight English studio album One Heart (2003). The song is a power ballad, written by Anders Bagge, Peer Åström, Tom Nichols, Daryl Hall and Laila Bagge, while production was handled by Bagge & Peer.

“Have You Ever Been in Love” builds from a gentle, piano-laced opening into a theatrical, string-framed climax. The song received acclaim from music critics, while being reviewed in both albums. Many critics called it a classic-sounding ballad and one of the strongest cuts from the album. Critics also noted similarities between Dion and Barbra Streisand.

“Have You Ever Been in Love” was released on April 14, 2003, as One Heart’s second (promotional only) single in the United States and Canada, while on November 3, 2003, it was released as the third commercial single in selected European countries. The song spent fourteen weeks at number 2 on the US Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks, setting a record for most weeks at the second position. The music video was shot between April 29–30, 2003 in Los Angeles and released on June 2, 2003.

In the hands of a magician

“Dans la main d’un magicien” (meaning “In the Hand of a Magic Man”) is Celine Dion’s first single from the movie soundtrack Opération beurre de pinottes. It was released in 1985 in Quebec, Canada.[1]

Dion recorded also an English version of this song called “Listen to the Magic Man” and did her first real music video for it (1985). “Listen to the Magic Man” is also notable for being Dion’s first English-language song recorded in the studio.

The Peanut Butter Solution / Opération beurre de pinottes soundtrack album includes both versions as well as two other Dion recordings: “La ballade de Michel” and its English-language counterpart “Michael’s Song.” Neither the French or English version of the song were included on any of Dion’s albums.

The track was made officially available on a CD for the first time in September 2006. It was included on a special bonus disc bundled with Volume 1 of the Contes pour tous DVD box set, only available through Imavision’s web site.

In November 2014, the English version was released digitally, making it available for the first time in the United States.

You and I (Celine Dion song)

“You and I” is the only radio single from Celine Dion’s album A New Day… Live in Las Vegas. It was released on May 17, 2004.

The music video was filmed by an award-winning director Andrew MacNaughtan in July 2004 and was shot partly at the Toronto Pearson International Airport. It premiered two months later. The music video can be found on the Ultimate Box, which was released in Japan in 2008. The music video was nominated for the MuchMoreMusic Award at the 2005 MuchMusic Video Awards.

In October 2004, it was announced that “You and I” would be the theme of Air Canada’s new advertising campaign. At the same time the airline unveiled new in-flight service products and new aircraft livery. Dion also recorded a one-minute-long French version of the song called “Mes ailes à moi.” Both versions were used in Air Canada’s commercials.

The single was a radio hit, topping the Canadian Adult Contemporary Chart.

On June 19, 2007, US Senator Hillary Clinton announced that “You and I” would be her campaign song in her 2008 bid for the Democratic Party nomination for US president.[1] The song was selected as a result of a month-long web campaign to select a theme song.

In October 2008, “You and I” was included on the European version of My Love: Ultimate Essential Collection greatest hits.

Where Does My Heart Beat Now

“Where Does My Heart Beat Now” is a song performed by Canadian singer Celine Dion, taken from her first English-language studio album, Unison (1990). It was released by Columbia Records as the third single in Canada on 1 October 1990. It was also issued as the first single in the United States in late 1990, and in other parts of the world in early 1991.[1] “Where Does My Heart Beat Now” was written by Robert White Johnson and Taylor Rhodes in 1988 and recorded by Dion one year later. It was produced by Christopher Neil. Dion premiered this song at the Eurovision Song Contest 1989 in Switzerland, where she performed it along with her 1988 winning track, “Ne partez pas sans moi.”

“Where Does My Heart Beat Now” received positive reviews from music critics and won the ASCAP Pop Award. It was the most successful single from Unison album and became Dion’s highest charting English-language single at the time. In 2008, it was included on the North American version of My Love: Essential Collection greatest hits compilation. The song reached number four on the US Billboard Hot 100 and Dion became the first French-Canadian artist to land a top ten hit there.[2] She did even better on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks peaking at number two. “Where Does My Heart Beat Now” reached also top ten in Norway and Canada, peaking at numbers four and six respectively. Two accompanying music videos for the song were filmed. Dion performed “Where Does My Heart Beat Now” during many of her tours.

Water from the Moon

“Water from the Moon” is a song from Celine Dion’s eponymous album. It was commercially released in March 1993 as the fifth single in the United States. In Canada it was a radio single only.[1]

“Water from the Moon” was written by Diane Warren and produced by Guy Roche, with additional production by Walter Afanasieff. Diane Warren did also the background vocals.

Two music videos were made for this song. The first one is entirely in black-and-white. Later, they modified the video to include additional footage of Dion, colored brownish-yellow.

“Water from the Moon” peaked at number 7 in Canada. In the U.S., it had a moderate success on the adult contemporary format reaching number 11 on Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks.

Water and a Flame

“Water and a Flame” is a song recorded by Daniel Merriweather for his debut solo album, Love & War.[1] It features vocals from Adele.[1] “Water and a Flame” was released as the album’s fourth and final single on 2 November 2009.[1] Produced by Eg White and released under Columbia Records, “Water and a Flame” peaked at number 180 on the UK Singles Chart.[2] The song’s music video does not feature Adele.[3] In 2013, “Water and a Flame” was recorded by Celine Dion for her album, Loved Me Back to Life.

want (Voler)

“Voler” (meaning “Fly”) is the third single from Michel Sardou’s album Être une femme 2010. It is a duet with Celine Dion. The song went to radio on September 02, 2010, and is available as a music download from Sardou’s album, which was released on August 30, 2010.[1]

“Voler” was written by Jacques Vénéruso and Michel Sardou, and produced by Vénéruso and Thierry Blanchard.[2]

The song reached number 48 on the Belgian Wallonia Singles Chart.[2]

The music video was released on November 22, 2010. It contains new footage of Michel Sardou and excerpts from Dion’s two 2007 videos: “Et s’il n’en restait qu’une (je serais celle-là)” and “Immensité”.[1]

Unison (song)

“Unison” is a song written by Andy Goldmark and Bruce Roberts, and first recorded by R&B/dance artist Junior Giscombe (as Junior) in 1983 for the Tom Cruise movie All the Right Moves. A minor hit, the song would attract a good deal of attention in 1990, when three female singers each covered the song and placed it on their respective albums of that year.

Laura Branigan recorded the song for her sixth, self-titled album. Expatriate American singer Lory Bianco recorded the song for her album Lonely is the Night. The song’s greatest success, however, would come when it was chosen to be the title track of Celine Dion’s English debut album.

Treat Her Like a Lady (Diana King song)

“Treat Her Like a Lady” is a song written and recorded by Jamaican reggae singer, Diana King in 1995 for her album Tougher Than Love. Celine Dion covered the song in 1997 for Let’s Talk About Love and released it as a single in 1999. Dion’s version reached top forty in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Austria.

“Treat Her Like a Lady” is the last single from Celine Dion’s album Let’s Talk About Love. It was released on March 29, 1999 in Europe.[1] Dion changed some lyrics, thus gaining co-writing credit. She recorded it together with King and the American girl group Brownstone who did the backing vocals. The track was later remixed by Ric Wake and the Metro.

The single was released between March and June 1999 in Europe, to support the forthcoming Let’s Talk About Love Tour. The performance from the tour was included on the Au cœur du stade DVD.

“Treat Her Like a Lady” live music video was directed by Gérard Pullicino. It was included on the UK enhanced CD single.

The song peaked at number 16 in Austria, number 29 in the UK and number 40 in Ireland.

The recording of this track was included as a part of the Au cœur du stade DVD bonus.

Dion with Diana King (as a surprise guest) performed the song for the first time in 13 years during her headlining performance at the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival on January 27, 2012.

Close happiness

“Tout près du bonheur” (meaning “So Close to Happiness”) is a duet between Marc Dupré and Celine Dion, released as a music download on April 11, 2006 in Quebec, Canada. It is the fourth single from Dupré’s debut album Refaire le monde, released on October 18, 2005.[1]

“Close of happiness” was Composed in 2000 by Dion for Dupré and Anne-Marie Angelil’s wedding. Dion Performed it partner after the ceremony. During the recording de son first album in 2005, Dupré Dion Asked for permission to cover the song. The mother-in-law accepted it at once and Recorded background vocals. Tino Izzo Produced the track.

Dupré collaborated with Dion already in the past. He was the opening act for her concerts at the Paris Olympia in 1994. They also performed a live duet in April 2002 on “Sous le vent.” It was during the widely popular Quebec karaoke game show, La fureur, held at the Bell Centre in Montreal and broadcast on Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

There are two recorded versions of “Tout près du bonheur.” First can be found on Dupré’s debut album, released in 2005. Second one, rock version, was released as a radio and digital download in Quebec in 2006. There is also third but only live version of that song. It was performed on April 30, 2006 by both artists at the Gala Artists in Quebec and featured more vocals from Dion (a whole second verse). On December 22, 2006, Dion and Dupré performed the latter version also during his concert at the Lionel-Groulx Theater in Sainte-Thérèse, Quebec, and later during Dion’s historic performance in front of 250,000 spectators to celebrate Quebec’s 400th anniversary, which was included on Céline sur les Plaines DVD.

The music video was supposed to be shot in the Mojave Desert but because of Dion’s health conditions it was directed May 8, 2006 at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas by Ivan Grbovic.

“Tout près du bonheur” topped the Quebec radio charts in June 2006 for three weeks.

On October 23, 2006, Dion and Dupré won a SOCAN Award as composers of “Close of happiness.”

Later Dupré wrote music for “On s’est aimé à cause,” a song which appeared on Dion’s 2007 album D’elles. This track was also produced by Tino Izzo.

All the Men’s Gold

“Tout l’or des hommes” (meaning “All the Men’s Gold”) is the first hit single from Celine Dion’s album 1 fille & 4 types. It was released on October 6, 2003 in selected countries.

“Tout l’or des hommes” was written by Jacques Veneruso, Who wrote Dion’s previous French hit ” Under the wind .” Was the song produced by Erick Benzi Who Worked with Dion on From them in 1995 and If it were enough to love in 1998. [1]

The music video, directed by Yannick Saillet, was shot in May 2003 in the Mojave Desert and released in October 2003. It was included on the “Tout l’or des hommes” DVD single and Dion’s 2005 video compilation On ne change pas. The making of “Tout l’or des hommes” video appeared on the 1 fille & 4 types limited edition and the On ne change pas DVD as well.

On October 1, 2003 Dion taped the 1 fille & 4 types TV special at the Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, where she performed this song among others.

“Tout l’or des hommes” became a hit spending eight weeks at number 1 on the Quebec Singles Chart and three weeks atop the Polish Singles Chart. It reached the top 10 in the Francophone countries, including number 3 in France where it was certified silver for selling 125,000 copies. “Tout l’or des hommes” became the highest charting French-language single on the Canadian Singles Chart ever, peaking at number 2.

It was featured later on Dion’s greatest hits album On ne change pas (2005).

“Tout l’or des hommes” was performed by Dion on May 13, 2008 in Belgium, during her Taking Chances World Tour as well as her concerts in the 2013 Sans attendre Tour. The latter performance was included as a bonus in her Céline une seule fois / Live 2013 CD.[2]

All the Secrets

“Tous les secrets” (meaning “All the Secrets”) is the second single from Celine Dion’s French greatest hits album On ne change pas (“We never change”) and also a theme song from the animated movie Asterix and the Vikings.[1] The music download was released in Canada on the same day as the album (October 4, 2005), but the CD single was released on March 13, 2006 in France, Belgium, Switzerland and Greece. In Poland, “Tous les secrets” was released on September 1, 2005 as the first and only radio single from On ne change pas.

The track was written and produced by Kristian Lundin, who already worked with Dion on hits like “That’s the Way It Is” and “I’m Alive,” and by Jacques Veneruso who wrote “Sous le vent,” “Tout l’or des hommes” and “Je ne vous oublie pas” among others.

The CD single included also an English-language version of “Tous les secrets,” called “Let Your Heart Decide.” Both versions could be found later on the Asterix and the Vikings movie soundtrack, released on April 3, 2006. The music videos for both versions include fragments from the film. They were released on February 27, 2006, and included later on the Asterix and the Vikings DVD, released on October 25, 2006.

Dion promoted this song by performing it in a French TV show, called Hit Machine.

“Tous les secrets” peaked at number 7 in Quebec, number 10 in Greece, number 20 in France and number 33 in Belgium Wallonia.

Dion performed live “Tous Les Secrets” for the first time in tour during her Summer Tour 2016.[2]

To Love You More

“To Love You More” is a single by Celine Dion, written by David Foster and Edgar Bronfman, Jr., writing under the pen-name Junior Miles. It was released in Japan on October 21, 1995.[1] The lyrics are about a woman who makes an impassioned plea to her lover so that he does not leave her for another woman.

It was recorded for a popular Japanese TV drama series, called Koibito Yo (meaning My Dear Lover), and included on The Colour of My Love album re-release in Japan. Later it appeared on the Asian edition of Falling into You, Live à Paris (“To Love You More” was one of the radio singles promoting this album in Canada), and the U.S. edition of Let’s Talk About Love, being released as the third (but promotional only) single from this album.

In 1995 Sony Music Entertainment Japan released a promotional video showing Celine performing in the recording studio the original studio version.

“To Love You More” became one of the most performed songs by Dion during her live shows and was performed in the setlist of the Falling Into You Around the World Tour, Let’s Talk About Love World Tour, A New Day…, and the Taking Chances World Tour. Live versions of this song can be found on many of Dion’s DVDs, including Live in Las Vegas – A New Day…. The track appeared also on All the Way… A Decade of Song greatest hits in 1999 and My Love: Ultimate Essential Collection in 2008.

Also in 1996, Sony Music Entertainment released a promotional video showing a live performance from the Falling Into You Around the World Tour, with Taro Hakase on violin. The song was re-released on April 7, 1999 in Japan, this time as a maxi-single with club remixes created by Tony Moran.

“To Love You More” won International Single Grand Prix Award at the Japan Gold Disc Awards in Japan, and ASCAP Pop Award and two BMI Pop Awards for Most Performed Song in the United States.

Think Twice (Celine Dion song)

“Think Twice” is a song written by Andy Hill and Peter Sinfield, famously recorded by Canadian singer Celine Dion. Production on the track was by Christopher Neil and Aldo Nova. The song is rock-influenced and features a guitar solo, one of only a few of Dion’s songs to do so, performed by Nova. Lyrically, the song is about the protagonist telling her lover to “think twice” before leaving her.

“Think Twice” was released as the fourth single from Dion’s third English-language studio album, The Colour of My Love (1993), in July 1994 in North America, in October 1994 in the United Kingdom, Australia and Japan, and in February 1995 in other European countries.

Then You Look at Me

“Then You Look at Me” is a theme song from the movie Bicentennial Man.[1] It was supposed to be released as the second single from Celine Dion’s album All the Way… A Decade of Song, on December 11, 1999.[2]

“Then You Look at Me” was written by James Horner and Will Jennings, who wrote for Dion her 1997 hit “My Heart Will Go On”.

The Bicentennial Man film, released on December 13, 1999, and starring Robin Williams, became a flop and the single was cancelled. The second reason was that “That’s the Way It Is” became a hit and was still strong on the singles charts around the world. However, “Then You Look at Me” was included as a B-side to the “Live (for the One I Love)”, The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” and “I Want You to Need Me” singles. The movie soundtrack also included the song but in a slightly modified version, produced by James Horner and Simon Franglen. The version from Dion’s album was produced by David Foster, Horner and Franglen and differs in arrangements and in Dion’s interpretation.

The “Then You Look at Me” music video, featuring Dion in a futuristic outfit and set in a robot research facility with clips of the film playing on screens in the background, was directed by Bille Woodruff and released at the end of 1999. It was included on Dion’s All the Way… A Decade of Song & Video DVD in 2001.[3]

The Reason (Celine Dion song)

“The Reason” is a single from Celine Dion’s album Let’s Talk About Love. It was released on December 8, 1997 in selected European countries: United Kingdom, Ireland and Belgium. In France, it was issued as a double A-side single with “My Heart Will Go On.”[1]

“The Reason” was co-written by Carole King and produced by the famous Beatles producer Sir George Martin. King did also the background vocals.

The song peaked at number 11 in the United Kingdom and number 13 in Ireland.

Carole King wrote this song first for the band Aerosmith.

The music video was directed by Scott Floyd Lochmus and released in December 1997. It was showing the recording of the song in the studio.

Dion performed “The Reason” during her Let’s Talk About Love Tour, and as a duet with Carole King on VH1 Divas and at the 48° Festival di Sanremo on 1998 in Italy. On that occasion she performed also “My Heart Will Go On.”

The track was included later on The Collector’s Series, Volume One in 2000 and My Love: Ultimate Essential Collection European edition in 2008.

The recording of this song was included as a bonus on the Au cœur du stade DVD.

From 2011-2014, “The Reason” was included in the set list of Dion’s current Las Vegas show, Celine.

I have so much love for you

“Tellement j’ai d’amour pour toi” (meaning “I Have So Much Love for You”) is the first single from Celine Dion’s album Tellement j’ai d’amour…. It was released in December 1982 in Quebec, Canada.[1]

On October 31, 1982, with this track Dion won a Gold Medal for Best Song at the World Popular Song Festival in Tokyo, Japan and the Yamaha Symphony Orchestra Award for Best Artist. Dion performed “Tellement j’ai d’amour pour toi” in front of 115 millions of TV viewers and 12,000 in the audience. There were 1907 contestants and 30 finalists.

Dion received also 4 Félix Awards the following year and one of them in category: Quebec Artist Achieving the Most Success Outside the Province of Quebec. The single was a hit in Quebec. It entered the chart on December 25, 1982, peaking at number 3. “Tellement j’ai d’amour pour toi” re-entered the chart on October 22, 1983 and stayed there through January 14, 1984, peaking this time at number 17. It spent forty four weeks on the chart.

The B-side of that release was another album track called “Écoutez-moi.”

“So I have love for you” Appeared on Dion’s 2005 album best of French is not changed .

Tell Him (Barbra Streisand and Celine Dion song)

“Tell Him” is a duet between Barbra Streisand and Celine Dion. It was released on November 3, 1997 as the first single from Dion’s Let’s Talk About Love and Streisand’s Higher Ground albums.[1]

On March 24, 1997 Dion became the first artist ever to perform twice on the same Academy Awards night. In addition to singing “Because You Loved Me,” she also sang “I Finally Found Someone” from the movie The Mirror Has Two Faces, recorded by Barbra Streisand and Bryan Adams. Streisand preferred not to perform that night and Natalie Cole had been scheduled to sing her song instead. But Cole pulled out and two days before the Oscar night, Dion was asked if she could do it. Although nervous, she accepted and managed to perform on the night.

A few days later, Streisand sent Dion flowers and a note: “I watched the tape afterwards, you sang my song beautifully and I regret I wasn’t in the room to hear you, next time let’s make one together. I really wish your song would have won, you are a wonderful singer.” That note wasn’t left without an answer and René Angélil called up David Foster to write a song for them, and the result was “Tell Him.”

On October 7, 1997 “Tell Him” had its first runs on the United States radio waves. This duet was rejected however by non-adult contemporary radio stations. Even if the song was a large adult contemporary hit, Sony Music Entertainment cancelled the U.S. single release, because it did not have a broad enough support to put the song on top of the charts. The song did managed to peaked number five on the Adult Contemporary and number 58 on the Radio Songs charts. However, “Tell Him” was a huge hit outside the U.S.

A radio version of the song was commissioned. It is also under the same length as the album version. The radio edit features a high-frequent flute playing during Dion’s bridge. It is the opening track of all releases of the song.

The music video was directed by Scott Floyd Lochmus and premiered on VH1, on October 24, 1997. It was included as a bonus on the Au cœur du stade DVD.

“Tell Him” peaked at number 1 in the Netherlands, number 2 in Ireland, number 3 in Belgium, France and the United Kingdom, number 4 in Italy and Switzerland, and was a top 10 hit in many other countries. The single has sold very well around the world, receiving platinum awards in the Netherlands (75,000), Belgium (50,000), and gold in the United Kingdom (400,000), France (400,000), Australia (35,000), Switzerland (25,000) and Norway (10,000).

“Tell Him” was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals in 1998.

Dion performed this song as a virtual duet with Barbra Streisand during the Let’s Talk About Love Tour. However, Dion and Streisand never performed the song together live since recording it.

“Tell Him” was later included on both artists’ compilations: Dion’s The Collector’s Series, Volume One and Streisand’s The Essential Barbra Streisand and Duets. In 2008, it became also a part of Dion’s greatest hits My Love: Essential Collection.

Taking Chances (song)

“Taking Chances” is a song recorded by Canadian recording artist Celine Dion, taken from her tenth English studio album of the same name (2007). It was written by songwriter Kara DioGuardi and former Eurythmics member Dave Stewart for their band named Platinum Weird. It was supposed to be released as a single in February 2007 for their unreleased self-titled album. However, after DioGuardi and Stewart recorded the song, they played it for Dion’s husband René Angélil, who loved it and Dion recorded it.

It was released as the first single from Taking Chances in September 2007. “Taking Chances” is a pop rock ballad, which begins with Dion crooning softly over a near-acoustic musical backdrop, before the soft rock bombast kicks in. Lyrically, it is about trusting and baring our souls to each other and committing to making something special. The line, “So talk to me, like lovers do” came from the Eurythmics song “Here Comes the Rain Again.” The song received positive reviews from music critics, who praised Dion for taking risks and called it a hopeful and heartfelt song.

The song was a success around the world, peaking inside the top ten in Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Italy and Switzerland. It also peaked at number 40 on the UK Singles Chart, while on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, it reached number 54. It also topped the Hot Dance Club Play chart. The song was nominated for the Single of the Year at the Juno Awards of 2009. “Taking Chances” was covered on Fox’s hit TV show Glee by Lea Michele’s character Rachel Berry. Her version peaked at number 71 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

If it were enough to love (song)

“S’il suffisait d’aimer” (meaning “If It Were Enough to Love”) is the second single from Celine Dion’s album S’il suffisait d’aimer. It was released on November 23, 1998 in Francophone countries and became the most successful single from this album.[1]

It’s a song written and produced by Jean-Jacques Goldman.

“S’il suffisait d’aimer” live music video was directed by Yannick Saillet during the Let’s Talk About Love Tour in 1998. It was included later on Dion’s On ne change pas DVD.

The single was released in selected European countries, reaching number 4 in France, number 6 in Belgium Wallonia and number 19 in Europe. It was certified gold in France (265,000 copies sold) and Belgium (25,000).

A live version of “If it were enough to love” Appeared on the the heart of the stadium album and DVD . The lath aussi included the recording of this song as a bonus. Dion aussi Performed During the French it live concerts of her 2008-09 Taking Chances Tour ; this performance is included in the French edition of the Taking Chances World Tour: The Concert CD / DVD. It was aussi Performed During her historic performance in front of 250,000 spectators to celebrate Quebec’s 400th anniversary, qui Was included on Céline on the Plains DVD in 2008. The song Was aussi Performed in the Without waiting Tour of 2013; the performance in Quebec City is included in the Céline … once / Live 2013 CD / DVD. In 2016, Dion Performed this song During her Summer Tour 2016 . [2]

The track became a part of the On ne change pas greatest hits compilation in 2005.

Stand by Your Side

“Stand by Your Side” is a song recorded by Canadian recording artist Celine Dion, for her eight English studio album One Heart (2003). It was written by Paul Barry, Mark Taylor, and produced by Taylor and Humberto Gatica. The moving ballad sees Dion promising to someone who has been deeply wounded that she will comfort and support it. It was released on September 29, 2003 as the third (promotional only) single from the album, in the United States. “Stand by Your Side” reached number 17 on the US Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks.

Downwind

“Sous le vent” (meaning under the wind, pronounced: [su lə vɑ̃]) is a duet between Garou and Celine Dion, released on October 29, 2001. It’s the third hit single from Garou’s album Seul (November 2000). “Sous le vent” was also included on Dion’s On ne change pas greatest hits compilation in October 2005.[1]

The song was written by Jacques Veneruso, Who later wrote for Dion ” Tout l’or des hommes ” and ” I will not forget you ” Among Others.

“Sous le vent” music video was directed by Istan Rozumny and released in September 2001. It was included on Dion’s On ne change pas DVD. A previous video also exists. Made in 2000, it shows Dion and Garou in the studio.

Dion performed this song few times live with Garou, including 2001 ADISQ gala awards and the historic performance in front of 250,000 spectators to celebrate Quebec’s 400th anniversary, which was included on Céline sur les Plaines DVD in 2008. She also sang it as a duet with Marc Dupré in 2002, with whom she recorded “Tout près du bonheur” in 2005.

The song was a smash hit in Francophone countries, reaching number 1 in France (3 weeks at the top), Belgium (1 week) and number 2 in Switzerland. It was certified diamond in France (750,000 copies), platinum in Belgium (50,000) and Switzerland (40,000). “Sous le vent” made the slowest ever climb to number 1 in Belgium Wallonia, taking 16 weeks to get there. As of August 2014, it is the 70th best-selling single of the 21st century in France, with 352,000 units sold.[2]

“Sous le vent” won the NRJ Music Award in 2002 for the Francophone Duo/Group of the Year, and the Victoire de la Musique the same year for the Original Song of the Year. It was also nominated for two Félix Awards: Most Popular Song of the Year and Video of the Year.

The track was also a B-side to the “A New Day Has Come” UK single and “Tout l’or des hommes” European single. A new version with the 500 Choristes was included on the “Je ne vous oublie pas” single in 2005.

Who can live without love?

” Who can live without love? ” (meaning “Who Can Live Without Love?”) is a song by Canadian singer Recorded Celine Dion , released as the third single from her French-language album Without waiting (2012). It was written by Elodie Hesme and David Gategno, and produced by Julien Schultheis and Gategno. “Who can live without love?” Generally received favorable reviews from music critics, Who called Expired it an orchestral rock power ballad. The well-received music video for the song premiered on April 19, 2013.

Someone I love, someone who loves me

” Someone I love, someone who loves me ” (meaning “Someone I Love, Someone Who Loves Me”) is the fourth radio single from Céline Dion ‘s album, called Expired Dion sings Plamondon . It was released in Canada in August 1992. [1]

“Someone I love, someone who loves me” was one of four new songs on Dion sings Plamondon , written by Luc Plamondon . Erown Composed the music. The track Was produced by Jannick Top and Serge Perathoner.

There was no music video for the single made. At that time Dion was focused on promoting her new English album called Celine Dion (1992).

“Someone I love, someone who loves me” est devenu a hit in Quebec, Canada reaching number 1 position for seven straight weeks. It ENTERED the chart on August 29, 1992 and twenty Spent three weeks on it.

The song was nominated for the Félix Award for Most Popular Song of the Year.[2]

Higher Ground (Jennifer Rush song)

“Higher Ground” is a song recorded by Jennifer Rush for her 1989 album, Wings of Desire. It was written by Ken Cummings and Mark Blatt, and produced by Phil Ramone. “Higher Ground” was released as the first single from Wings of Desire in December 1989. Later, the song was recorded in French by Mario Pelchat and Celine Dion for Pelchat’s 1993 album. This version was released as a promotional single in Canada and France.

talk to my father

“Parler à mon père” (meaning “Talk to My Father”) is a song recorded by Canadian singer Celine Dion, released as the lead single from her French-language album Sans attendre (2012). It was written by Jacques Veneruso, and produced by Veneruso and Patrick Hampartzoumian. “Parler à mon père” is a pop song about Dion’s father who died in 2003. The track received generally positive reviews from music critics, who noted that it is one of the standout songs on Sans attendre. The Thierry Vergnes-directed video features Dion in the middle of a desert. “Parler à mon père” was commercially successful, reaching number one in Quebec and number eight in France. It became Dion’s second longest-charting single in France, spending sixty weeks on the chart.

Only One Road

“Only One Road” is the fifth single from The Colour of My Love album by Celine Dion. It was released in October 1994 in North America, in May 1995 in the United Kingdom and Australia, and in July 1995 in other European countries.[1]

The black and white music video for the song, directed by Greg Masuak, was released in January 1995.

The single’s B-side contained “Calling You” which was released as a single in France, instead of “Only One Road.”

The song reached top 10 in the United Kingdom and Ireland, peaking at number 8 in both countries. It was a top 40 hit in Australia (number 23) and the Netherlands (number 40).

“Only One Road” was included later on The Collector’s Series, Volume One compilation in 2000 and My Love: Ultimate Essential Collection greatest hits (European edition) in 2008.

The song was covered by Billy Porter and included on the Human Rights Campaign compilation album Love Rocks.

One Heart (song)

“One Heart” is a song recorded by Canadian recording artist Celine Dion, for her eight English studio album One Heart (2003). “One Heart” was written and produced by John Shanks and Kara DioGuardi. The song is a dance-pop song, about the power of love. It was released on June 16, 2003 as the second single outside North America, while in Canada, it was released as the third single after “Have You Ever Been in Love.” “One Heart” became a top 40 single in most European countries, including number 27 in the United Kingdom.

The song received favorable reviews from music critics, who deemed it as “catchy” and picked as one of the best tracks on the album. The music video for “One Heart” was directed by Antti Jokinen and released on May 30, 2003. It was included on the UK enhanced double A-side single “One Heart/I Drove All Night.” The making of the video was shown on the A New Day… Live in Las Vegas bonus DVD, called One Year…One Heart. In October 2008, it was included on the European version of her My Love: Ultimate Essential Collection greatest hits.[1]

We pass through a mirror

“On traverse un miroir” (meaning “We Cross a Mirror”) is the first single from Celine Dion’s album Incognito, released in April 1987 in Quebec, Canada.[1]

The B-side of this single included an unreleased song called “Ma chambre.” On April 25, 1987 “On traverse un miroir” entered the Quebec Singles Chart and reached number 2, spending twenty two weeks on the chart.

A music video was made for the Incognito TV special which aired in September 1987. It was produced by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and directed by Jacques Payette.

The song was later included on the Canadian edition of Dion’s 2005 greatest hits album On ne change pas.

It was liked because

“On s’est aimé à cause” (meaning “We’ve Loved Each Other Because”) is the third and last single released in Quebec from Celine Dion’s French album D’elles. It was sent to the radio stations in August 2007.[1]

Were the lyrics written by Françoise Dorin (author of ” And if there was only one left (I’d be that one) “) and music by Marc Dupré and Jean-François Breau . Tino Izzo Produced the track. Dion Worked with Izzo already on ” Higher than me ” in 1993 and ” Close of happiness ” in 2005 (she qui Recorded as a duet with Dupré, aussi Who co-wrote this song). Later, Izzo wrote also ” A World to Believe In ” for the Taking Chances album. Dion Performed “We were loved because” During the Quebecer VAT TV special dedicated to the issue of her album D’elles . There Was No music video made for this track.

You do not change (song)

“On ne change pas” (meaning “One doesn’t change”) is the third and last commercial single from Celine Dion’s album S’il suffisait d’aimer. It was released on March 1, 1999 in Francophone countries.[1] It was written and produced by Jean-Jacques Goldman.

“On ne change pas” music video was directed by Gilbert Namiand (1999) and included later on Dion’s On ne change pas DVD. Dion’s only appearances in the video are in the form of photographs taken of her with her grade-school class at age eight. A second version of the video exists, containing similar footage, but focusing more on the young girl. This version also features several scenes of Dion in the studio recording the song, as well as moments from her career.

The single was released in selected European countries, reaching number 16 in Belgium Wallonia and number 17 in France. “On ne change pas” remains undercertified in France where it sold 235,000 copies and should be certified silver (125,000).

A live version of “On ne change pas” appeared on the Au cœur du stade album and DVD. The latter also included footage of Dion recording of this song in a bonus feature. Dion also performed the song live during her historic performance in front of 250,000 spectators to celebrate Quebec’s 400th anniversary, which was included on Céline sur les Plaines DVD in 2008. The song was also performed for the Sans attendre Tour of 2013; the Quebec City performance was included in the Céline… une seule fois / Live 2013 CD/DVD.[2] Dion also performed this song during her Taking Chances World Tour in the city of Antwerp, Belgium in 2008.

The track became a part of the On ne change pas greatest hits compilation in 2005.

“On ne change pas” was used in Xavier Dolan’s 2014 film, Mommy.

Nothing Broken but My Heart

“Nothing Broken but My Heart” is a song from Celine Dion’s eponymous album. It was released as the third single in Canada, United States and Japan (July 1992), and fourth in Australia (January 1993).[1]

“Nothing Broken but My Heart” was the second Celine Dion single written by Diane Warren. It was produced by Walter Afanasieff.

The music video was made for the edited version, because the original track lasts almost six minutes. This video was released in August 1992 and features actors practicing the Romeo and Juliet play. It was directed by Lyne Charlebois.

“Nothing Broken but My Heart” was the second Dion’s single which reached number 1 position on the U.S. Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks (this time for one week). The song peaked at number 3 in Canada and number 29 in the United States.

In 1994, “Nothing Broken but My Heart” won an ASCAP Pop Award for most performed song in the United States.[2]

“Nothing Broken but My Heart” was covered by R&B artist, Tracie Spencer on her 1999 album Tracie.

Next Plane Out

“Next Plane Out” is the sixth single from The Colour of My Love album by Celine Dion. It was released in Australia in October 1995.[1]

“Next Plane Out” was written by Diane Warren and produced by Guy Roche.

The music video for the song, directed by Greg Masuak, was also used in edited versions for the “Je sais pas” and “Call the Man” singles (neither was released as a single in Australia). The “Next Plane Out” music video used the album version of the song, which lasts almost five minutes.

The single reached number 61 on the Australian ARIA singles chart,[2] and spent 7 weeks in the top 100.[3]

Do not go without me

“Ne partez pas sans moi” (“Don’t Leave Without Me”) is the Swiss winning entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1988, performed by Celine Dion. It was released as a single in Europe in May 1988.[1] Dion performed “Ne partez pas sans moi” for 600 million viewers worldwide at the contest.[2]

The song was composed by Turkish songwriter Atilla Şereftuğ and Swiss composer Nella Martinetti. It won Eurovision with 137 points, beating the United Kingdom entry “Go” performed by Scott Fitzgerald by just one point in one of the closest finishes in Eurovision history. It is considered to be one of the most popular Eurovision entries, mainly because of Dion’s subsequent international success. While the single sold 200,000 copies in Europe in two days[3] and over 300,000 copies in total,[4] it is one of the less commercially successful Eurovision winners. It was the first winning song to not even be released in the UK or Ireland.[5]

“Ne partez pas sans moi” was also included on Dion’s 1988 album The Best of Celine Dion released in Europe (June 1988). The song appeared in Canada as B-side to “D’abord, c’est quoi l’amour.” It also appeared on the French version of Dion’s Incognito album. Later, it was included in her French compilation album On ne change pas.

A music video was released in 1988.

Dion also recorded a German version of “Ne partez pas sans moi,” called “Hand in Hand”.

My Love (Celine Dion song)

“My Love” is a song recorded by Canadian recording artist Celine Dion. Written and produced by Linda Perry and originally featured on Dion’s ninth English studio album Taking Chances (2007), the song was released as the lead single from her greatest hits album My Love: Essential Collection. The song went to radio on September 22, 2008 and became available as a music download on the next day.

The pop ballad received mixed reviews from music critics. Some praised the song, calling it an “empowering” and gracious ballad. However, some critics noted that the song didn’t offer anything new. The song had a moderate impact on the charts, entering the Canadian Hot 100 chart and Billboard’s Hot Adult Contemporary.

My boyfriend left me

“Mon ami m’a quittée” (meaning “My Boyfriend Left Me”) is the first single from Celine Dion’s album Les chemins de ma maison. It was released in April 1983 in France and in October 1983 in Quebec, Canada.[1]

The song was very successful in Quebec. On October 8, 1983 it entered the singles chart and became number 1 for nine weeks. It spent twenty four weeks on the chart in total.

Dion received also 2 Félix Awards the next year.

“Mon ami m’a quittée” was released later as a single in France to promote Dion’s first album in that country, Du soleil au cœur.

A music video Was Made in 1984 for the On the paths of my house TV special.

Dion recorded also a German version of this song called “Mon ami, geh nicht fort.” It was included as B-side on “Was bedeute ich dir” single, released in Germany in 1984.

“Mon ami m’a quittée” was released also as a single in the Netherlands in 1997 by BR Music to promote the C’est pour toi compilation.

In 2005, the song became a part of Dion’s official French best of album On ne change pas.

Misled (Celine Dion song)

“Misled” is the third single from Celine Dion’s album The Colour of My Love. It was released in March 1994.[1]

The song was remixed by: Marc Kinchen (MK), Richie Jones, Shedrick Guy (The Groove) and Eric Miller (E-smoove).

Live versions of “Misled” can be found on The Colour of My Love Concert DVD (1995), Live à Paris DVD (1996) and Live in Memphis VHS (1998).

The music video was directed by Randee St. Nicholas (1994), and included on Dion’s DVD video collection All the Way… A Decade of Song & Video (2001) and on the UK enhanced CD single of “A New Day Has Come.” It alternates between scenes of Dion performing in a club, posing in front of a mirror and in a bathtub, and quarreling with a lover.

“Misled” topped the Hot Dance Club Play chart in the United States for 2 weeks. It was Dion’s first number 1 on that chart, until 14 years after, when remixes of “Taking Chances” reached the same position, becoming Dion’s second number 1 single on this chart. “Misled” reached top 10 in Canada (number 4), and top 40 in the United Kingdom (number 15), United States (number 23 on the Billboard Hot 100), and New Zealand (number 31). “Misled” reached number 40 in April 1994 in the United Kingdom and later in November 1995 it was re-released and peaked at number 15.

“Misled” won the BMI Pop Award for Most Performed Song in the United States.[2]

The song was included later on the European edition of My Love: Ultimate Essential Collection in 2008.

Miracle (Celine Dion song)

“Miracle” is the second promotional single from Celine Dion’s album Miracle. It was released on October 11, 2004 in the United Kingdom and Asia.[1]

“Miracle” was written by Linda Thompson and Steve Dorff in 2001. It was originally intended for Dion’s 2002 album A New Day Has Come to celebrate the birth of her son René-Charles, but the song was not published until 2004. It was produced by David Foster.

Dion performed this song on a few U.S. TV shows including The Oprah Winfrey Show and The Ellen DeGeneres Show, although it was not released as a single in that country.

There was no music video made.

AllMusic picked it as a standout from album.[2]

Miles to Go (Before I Sleep)

“Miles to Go (Before I Sleep)” is a promotional single from Celine Dion’s album Let’s Talk About Love. It was released on September 28, 1998 in Canada only.[1]

It is a song written and produced by Corey Hart. He also wrote “Where Is the Love” on Let’s Talk About Love and “Prayer” on A New Day Has Come. The recording of this song was included as a bonus on the Au cœur du stade DVD. It is based on the poem Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost; the full title is the poem’s closing phrase. There was no music video made. The single peaked at number 40 on the Canadian Adult Contemporary Chart.

Make You Happy (song)

“Make You Happy” is a song by Canadian recording artist Celine Dion, taken from her fourth English-language studio album, Falling into You (1996). Written by Andy Marvel and produced by Ric Wake, “Make You Happy” is a “bouncy” pop song, with influences of reggae and funk. Lyrically, the song talks about Dion pleading someone for commitment in a relationship. “Make You Happy” was released as a promotional single from the album on July 7, 1997 in Brazil only.[1] Critics commended the song for its catchiness.

The Colour of My Love

The Colour of My Love is the third English-language studio album by Canadian recording artist Celine Dion. It was released by Columbia Records/550 Music on 9 November 1993. The songs were produced mainly by David Foster, Ric Wake, Guy Roche, Walter Afanasieff and Christopher Neil, and four of them were written by Diane Warren. The album features cover versions of “The Power of Love” and “When I Fall in Love”.

After its release, The Colour of My Love received generally mixed reviews from music critics but became a commercial success, topping the charts in Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom and few other European countries, and reaching top ten elsewhere, including number four in the United States. The Colour of My Love has shipped six million units in the United States and has sold over 1.8 million copies in the United Kingdom, 1.5 million in Canada and over one million units in Japan. It remains one of best-selling albums of all time with worldwide sales of twenty million copies. Singles released from the album include the US number one “The Power of Love”, the UK number one “Think Twice”, and the Japanese chart topper “To Love You More”, which was included on the 1995 re-release of The Colour of My Love in Japan. Each of these singles sold over one million copies in these countries.

The Colour of My Love won two Juno Awards of 1995 for Album of the Year and Best Selling Album (Foreign or Domestic), and also received the IRMA Award for Best International Female Artist Album. “Think Twice” won the Ivor Novello Award for Best Song Musically and Lyrically and “To Love You More” received the International Single Grand Prix at the Japan Gold Disc Awards. “When I Fall in Love” won the Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocal(s) and was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals in 1994. “The Power of Love” was also nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance in 1995.

Loved Me Back to Life (song)

“Loved Me Back to Life” is a song by Canadian singer Celine Dion. It was released on 3 September 2013 by Columbia Records as the first single from her eleventh English-language studio album, Loved Me Back to Life (2013).[1][2][3] The song was co-written by Sia Furler, Hasham “Sham” Hussain and Denarius “Motesart” Motes, and produced by Sham and Motesart.[1][4][5] The official live music video was uploaded on Vevo on 18 September 2013.[6] “Loved Me Back to Life” received critical acclaim and became a top forty hit in various countries, including number fourteen in the United Kingdom, number seventeen in South Korea, number twenty-five in Switzerland and Belgium, number twenty-six in Canada, number twenty-nine in Ireland, number thirty-two in France and number thirty-eight in Germany and Austria.

Love Lights the World

“Love Lights the World” is song written by David Foster and Linda Thompson, and produced by Foster. It was included on the Foster’s Japan-only released album, Love Lights the World.[1]

Between 26 April and 1 May 1994, Foster performed a series of concerts in Tokyo and Osaka, Japan called JT Super Producer, that culminated with a 90-minute TV special. Foster was honored as a music producer and performed with artists he had worked with. He was joined by Celine Dion, Peabo Bryson and Color Me Badd, among others.

On 10 April 1994, Foster released Love Lights the World album in Japan only, where it reached number 29 on the Oricon chart. It included mostly instrumental tracks and the title song performed by Dion, Bryson and Color Me Badd. The latter was also released as a single in Japan at the same time. “Love Lights the World” reunited Dion and Bryson, who recorded together “Beauty and the Beast” in 1991.

Love Can Move Mountains

“Love Can Move Mountains” is a song by Canadian recording artist Celine Dion from her 1992 self-titled second English-language studio album. Written by Diane Warren and produced by Ric Wake, it was released as a single in October 1992 as the fourth from the album.[1] An up-tempo pop song drawing influence from gospel and dance music, its lyrics detail the abilities that love has as an emotion.

The B-side included an unreleased track “Cry Just a Little”, a cover of a song from E.G. Daily’s 1989 album Lace Around the Wound. It’s the second cover of Daily that Dion recorded as in 1987 she did a French adaptation of “Love in the Shadows” called “Délivre-moi”.

“Love Can Move Mountains” was remixed for the clubs by Tommy Musto (Tommy Musto’s 7″ edit, club mix, underground vocal mix, underground instrumental, club dub, underground dub), Ric Wake and Richie Jones (Wake & Jones dub), and by Daniel Abraham (Daniel Abraham’s 7″ edit).

“Love Can Move Mountains” (club mix) won the Juno Award for Dance Recording of the Year and the original version was nominated for the Juno Award for Single of the Year.[2]

The music video was made for the Daniel Abraham’s 7″ edit, by director Jeb Brian and released in November 1992. It appeared on Dion’s DVD video collection All the Way… A Decade of Song & Video (2001).

The single was included also on Dion’s greatest hits albums: All the Way… A Decade of Song in 1999 and My Love: Ultimate Essential Collection in 2008.

“Love Can Move Mountains” was a part of every one of Dion’s tours, including the latest Sans attendre Tour. Dion performed this song also five nights a week during her show A New Day… at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas. Live versions of “Love Can Move Mountains” can be found on the 1994 À l’Olympia CD, the Taking Chances World Tour: The Concert DVD/CD, and the Céline une seule fois / Live 2013 DVD/CD. In 1998, Dion re-recorded “Love Can Move Mountains” with a gospel group God’s Property, for the soundtrack of the popular CBS-TV drama Touched by an Angel. She also appeared as herself on one episode of the series, titled Psalm 151, and performed the song. In 2016, Dion performed this song during her Summer Tour 2016.[3]

“Love Can Move Mountains” was a hit on the club charts in the U.S., reaching number 5 on the Hot Dance Club Play. The single hit number 2 in Canada and reached number 36 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the U.S. It enjoyed a moderate success in the rest of the world.

Lolita (too young to love)

“Lolita (trop jeune pour aimer)” (meaning “Lolita (Too Young to Love)”) is the third single from Celine Dion’s album Incognito, released in October 1987 in Quebec, Canada.[1]
The song was composed and produced by Jean-Alain Roussel and the lyrics were written by Luc Plamondon. The song references Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov and the lyrics describe a young woman who insists that she is not “too young” for love. According to Dion, “When I saw what Luc had written, I was bowled over. Like Eddy, Luc had explored my inner life. What he had written was so close to me that I couldn’t help being really unsettled by it.”[2] Dion said the song described her love for her manager and future husband René Angélil, “The first time I sang the words to ‘Lolita,’ I was in front of René, and I sang it to arouse him.”[2]
The single Was released with “My” as B-side. “Lolita (too young to love)” was very successful reaching number 1 in Quebec for two weeks. It ENTERED the chart on October 3, 1987 and twenty Spent two weeks on it.
An early music video was made for the Incognito TV special aired in September 1987, produced by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and directed by Jacques Payette. Later, a second commercial music video was filmed in Scotland also directed by Jacques Payette in 1987. It features Dion walking around Edinburgh and taking the bus. According to Dion’s publicist at the time, Mia Dumont, the video stunned her fans, as it marked her transition from child star to adult artist. “All of a sudden she had this body,” Dumont said. “These legs from here to there. And she was beautiful. People could see that she was beautiful.”[3] This video can be found on Dion’s DVD called On ne change pas.
The song was later included on the 2005 greatest hits album On ne change pas.

The last will be first

” The last shall be first ” (meaning “The Last Shall Be First”) is a promotional single from Celine Dion ‘s album Live in Paris . It was released on October 21, 1996 in Europe and Canada. Dion Performed live it as a duet with Jean-Jacques Goldman . [1]

“The last shall be first” was written by Jean-Jacques Goldman and Originally featured on album D’eux in 1995 Where Does the Goldman backing vocals only.

The music video was taken from the concert in Zenith Theatre, Paris. It can be found on the Live à Paris DVD.

“The last shall be first” peaked at number 3 on the Quebec Airplay Chart, Reviews entering it on November 16, 1996 and Spending 35 weeks there in total. It atteint aussi number 47 on the Belgian Wallonia Airplay Chart.

D’elles (Them)

D’elles (meaning About Them or From Them) is the French-language album by Canadian singer Celine Dion, released by Columbia Records on May 18, 2007. It is her first new French studio album since 2003’s 1 fille & 4 types. D’elles is a concept album which features thirteen songs written by influential female authors from France and Quebec, including: Françoise Dorin, Christine Orban, Nina Bouraoui, Marie Laberge, Lise Payette, Denise Bombardier, Nathalie Nechtschein, Jovette Alice Bernier, Janette Bertrand and George Sand. The themes throughout this album centre on “woman”. The first single, “Et s’il n’en restait qu’une (je serais celle-là)” reached number one in France and number two in Quebec. It was followed by another Quebec top ten single, “Immensité”.

D’elles received favorable reviews from music critics, some of whom noticed that it is Dion’s most ambitious project in a long time. On the commercial level, the album debuted at number one in Canada and France, and also topped the chart in Belgium Wallonia and reached number three in Switzerland. It was certified 2× Platinum in Canada, Platinum in France, and Gold in Belgium and Switzerland.

The Miracle

“Le miracle” (meaning “The Miracle”) is a song recorded by Canadian singer Celine Dion, released as the second single from her French-language album Sans attendre (2012). It was written by Marie Bastide and Gioacchino Maurici, and produced by Jacques Veneruso and Patrick Hampartzoumian. “Le miracle” is a pop song about miracles in everyday life. It received generally favorable reviews from music critics, who noted that it is one of the standout tracks on the album. The Thierry Vergnes-directed video features Dion amidst autumn scenery and people jumping in the air to express their happiness.

The Ballet (Celine Dion song)

“Le ballet” (meaning “The Ballet”) is a radio single by Celine Dion from her album D’eux. It was released in January 1996 in France[1] and was immediately a huge radio hit, ranking as the 6th most economically profitable song of 1996 in France.[2]

“Le ballet” is a bluesy groove song, with percussive finger snaps, harmonica and electric guitar that shows Dion singing blues for first time. The song is an example of D’eux style that was influenced by continental pop, folk music, jazz and 1970s soul. Written and produced by Jean-Jacques Goldman this track is considered an example of Goldman’s handling of mature topics and feelings and is known for Dion’s imitations of instruments. Starting in her D’eux Tour in 1995, and featured on the Live à Paris album, she used an extended version of this song to introduce all her band members. She performed the song similarly on her Falling Into You Around the World Tour.

There was no video made for the song.

“Le ballet” was included as the B-side of “Falling into You” single, released later.

The song peaked at number five on the French Airplay Chart. It spent two weeks inside top ten and eleven weeks on the chart in total.

It was also featured on some editions of Dion’s greatest hits compilation On ne change pas in 2005.

The voice of God (song)

“La voix du bon Dieu” (meaning “Good God’s Voice”) is the second single by Canadian singer Celine Dion, released in November 1981, in Quebec, Canada. It’s also the title track from her debut album.[1]

On November 30, 1981 the song entered the chart in Quebec, spending there thirteen weeks and peaking at number 11. The single’s B-side included “Autour de moi”.

While the version of the song included on the album of the same title contained generic back-up singers, the entire Dion family accompanied Dion’s 1981 vocal track for a new version included on Tellement j’ai d’amour…. A third version of “La voix du bon Dieu” was included on her album Les oiseaux du bonheur, released in France in 1984. This track included a new vocal recording and softer orchestrations.

The second release of “Voice of God” was included on Dion’s 1986 compilation The golden songs and her 2005 French greatest hits compilation is not changed . The third version of Was included on the 1997 compilation This is live and the 2002 CD re-release of her first album in France, called Expired Sunshine in heart.

Religious (song)

“La religieuse” (meaning “The Nun”) is a single by Celine Dion released in France in 1987.[1]

The lyrics describe a nun’s struggle between her faith and memories of lovers. The song incorporates the pipe organs frequently used in Catholic churches.

The B-side included song called “C’est pour toi.” A slightly different album version was featured on Dion’s 1988 compilation The Best of Celine Dion. The single version was included on several later compilations.

“La Religieuse” was never released in Canada.

Love still exists

“L’amour existe encore” (meaning “Love Still Exists”) is a song from Celine Dion’s album Dion chante Plamondon. It was released as the second (radio only) single in Canada (November 1991) and third commercial single in France (January 1994). Dion recorded also a Spanish version of this song, called “Aun Existe Amor.” It was released as a promotional single in the United States from her 2002 album A New Day Has Come.[1]

“L’amour existe encore” was released in Canada with no accompanying video. When Sony Music Entertainment decided to issue a commercial single in France, there was a music video made in December 1993. It was directed by Alain Desrochers. The video was featured later on the On ne change pas DVD (2005).

“L’amour existe encore” entered the Quebec Airplay Chart on November 18, 1991 and reached number 16, staying on the chart for twenty weeks. In France, “L’amour existe encore” peaked at number 31 (twenty three weeks on chart).

In 1994, the music video for “L’amour existe encore” was nominated for the Video of the Year at the Félix Awards.

I’ll go wherever you will go

“J’irai où tu iras” (meaning “I’ll Go Where You Go”) is a duet between Celine Dion and Jean-Jacques Goldman from Dion’s D’eux album. It was released as a promotional single in Quebec in April 1996.[1]

The track was written and produced by Jean-Jacques Goldman.

There was no video made for the song. Dion performed this song many times during her concerts and TV shows. She sang it as a live duet also with Garou, Luke Mervill and her band members. During the D’eux Tour and the Let’s Talk About Love World Tour the singer/songwriter Jean-Jacques Goldman came on stage during the Paris concerts to sing the song together with Dion. She performed it during her 2008-09 Taking Chances World Tour and during her historic performance in front of 250,000 spectators to celebrate Quebec’s 400th anniversary, which was included on Céline sur les Plaines DVD in 2008. During the latter concert, she sang it in Quebec together with Nanette Workman. In 2013, the song was performed during the Sans attendre Tour and the Celine…une seule fois concert; during the latter, the song was performed with Quebecois singer, Jean-Marc Couture.

The song was featured on Céline Dion’s greatest hits compilation On ne change pas (2005). Live versions were a part of four other albums: Live à Paris (1996), Au cœur du stade (1999), and Taking Chances World Tour: The Concert French edition (2010 with Marc Langis, the bassist in Dion’s band, singing Jean-Jacques Goldman’s part), and Céline une seule fois / Live 2013 (2014 with Jean-Marc Couture singing Jean-Jacques Goldman’s part.)

“J’irai où tu iras” entered the Quebec Airplay Chart on May 11, 1996 and peaked at number 14. It stayed fourteen weeks on the chart.

I expected

“J’attendais” (meaning “I Waited”) is a single from Celine Dion’s album Live à Paris. It was released on June 30, 1997 in France and Belgium.[1]

“J’attendais” was written by Jean-Jacques Goldman and originally featured on album D’eux in 1995.

The music video was taken from the concert in Zenith Theatre, Paris. It can be found on the Live à Paris DVD.

The single peaked at number 46 in France. It was the result of releasing “J’attendais” eight months after Live à Paris album debuted on charts. The studio recording of this song was also available on Dion’s previous album D’eux, which already sold over 4 million copies in France, becoming the best-selling album ever. “J’attendais” also peaked at number 22 in Belgium Wallonia.

Sony Music Entertainment released live version of “Je sais pas” as a single in the Netherlands at the same time. It featured “J’attendais” as B-side.

Just Walk Away

“Just Walk Away” is the seventh single from Celine Dion’s album The Colour of My Love. It was released as a radio single in Spain in 1995.[1]

The music was written by Marti Sharron and lyrics by Albert Hammond. The track was produced by Steve Lindsey, with additional production by Humberto Gatica. Lindsey worked before with artists like Elton John, Leonard Cohen, Marvin Gaye and Peter Gabriel.

There was no video made for the song. The song was the background song of the 1999 Japanese television drama “Kōri no Sekai (氷の世界)” or “Ice World”.

“Just Walk Away” wasn’t featured on the American edition of The Colour of My Love, and was never released in any way in the United States.

The song has been covered by many artists. In 1994, Latin singer Myriam Hernandez released the first Spanish version called “Y Vete Ya”, produced by Humberto Gatica. In 2001, Josh Groban recorded the second Spanish version of this song called “Aléjate” produced by Humberto Gatica and David Foster, and included on his eponymous album. In 2006, Elena Paparizou recorded a live version of this song for her Iparhi Logos CD and Mad Secret Concerts – Elena Paparizou DVD.

Russian pop singer, Sergei Penkin, recorded a live version of the song covering it in Russian language. Also existing is “Pars maintenant”, a French cover version by Kate Julien. The classical crossover duo Pharos recorded Josh Groban’s “Aléjate” for their debut album Only Love in 2007. Dutch pop singer, André Hazes recorded a Dutch version, “Als Je Gaat”, released in 1997.

Hong Kong singer, Cass Phang (彭羚) recorded a Cantonese version “別想念我” released in 1996.

I will not forget you

“Je ne vous oublie pas” (in English “I Won’t Forget You”) is the lead single from Celine Dion’s French-language greatest hits album, entitled On ne change pas. It was released as a music download in Canada on September 27, 2005 and in France on October 3, 2005. The CD single was released in France, Belgium and Switzerland on October 10, 2005.[1]

The lyrics by Jacques Veneruso, who worked with Dion on her previous French album 1 fille & 4 types, say that the song is a dedication to all Dion’s fans, a declaration of love. Veneruso wrote and produced also four tracks for Dion’s next French album D’elles, as well as the lead single from Sans attendre.

The music video was filmed and directed by Didier Kerbrat in Montreal’s Imperial Theatre in July 2005, and released in September 2005.

Dion visited France in October 2005 to promote her new album and performed “Je ne vous oublie pas” in various TV shows. The single reached there number 2 and was certified silver (165,000 copies sold). It was also successful in other countries, reaching number 3 in Quebec, number 4 in Belgium Wallonia and number 21 in Switzerland.

“Je ne vous oublie pas” was nominated for a 2006 Félix Award in Best Song of the Year category.

The release of “I will not forget you” Performed by Dion and Les 500 Choristes Was released in November 2006 on Their album 500 Choristes with … / vol.2 . It was later included on Dion’s 2007 single ” And if there was only one left (I’d be that one) .”

In 2013, Dion performed a capella snippets of the song both as an introduction and as an outro for her Sans attendre Tour concerts.

I will tell him

“Je lui dirai” (meaning “I Will Tell Him”) is the third promotional single from Celine Dion’s album Miracle. It was released on October 11, 2004 in France and Belgium.[1]

“Je lui dirai” was written by Jean-Jacques Goldman and produced by Erick Benzi. The song was originally featured on the 2003 album 1 fille & 4 types.

On October 1, 2003 Dion taped the 1 fille & 4 types TV special at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, where she performed this song among others.

The music video was directed by Scott Floyd Lochmus and released on October 25, 2004. It shows the making of the Miracle: A Celebration of New Life book.

“Je lui dirai” peaked at number 22 on the Belgian Wallonia Airplay Chart.

The song was later included on Dion’s 2005 greatest hits album On Ne Change Pas

I dance in my head

“Je danse dans ma tête” (meaning “I Dance in My Head”) is a song from the Dion chante Plamondon album by Celine Dion. It was released as the third (radio only) single in Canada (March 1992) and first commercial single in France (April 1992).[1]

Two remixes of “Je danse dans ma tête” appeared on a promotional single in France: Europe mix and club Europe mix.

The music video was directed by Alain Desrochers and released in April 1992. This video won a MuchMusic Video Award for Best Adult Contemporary Video in 1992. It can be found on the On ne change pas DVD, released in 2005.

Live versions of “I dance in my head” can be found on Dion’s 1994 In Olympia album and the Céline once / Live 2013 CD / DVD. The song Was aussi apart of Dion’s 2005 compilation is not changed .

“Je danse dans ma tête” entered the Quebec Airplay Chart on March 23, 1992 and peaked at number 3, spending fourteen weeks on the chart.

I believe in you

“Je crois toi” (meaning “I Believe You”) is the fifth and last single from Celine Dion’s album S’il suffisait d’aimer. It was a radio only release in France on July 5, 1999.[1][2][3][4]

“Je crois toi” was written and produced by Jean-Jacques Goldman.

No music video was made for the song.

At the same time there was another radio single issued in France – “En attendant ses pas.”

“Je crois toi” was a B-side to the “I’m Your Angel” single in the United Kingdom.

A live version of this song was included on the Au cœur du stade CD and DVD. The latter also contained as a bonus the recording of “Je crois toi.” Another live version is included in the Céline une seule fois / Live 2013 CD/DVD.

Dion performed this song live during her Summer Tour 2016.[5]

It’s All Coming Back to Me Now

“It’s All Coming Back to Me Now” is a power ballad written by Jim Steinman.[1] According to Steinman, the song was inspired by Wuthering Heights, and was an attempt to write “the most passionate, romantic song” he could ever create.[2] The Sunday Times posits that “Steinman protects his songs as if they were his children”. Meat Loaf had wanted to record “It’s All Coming Back…” for years, but Steinman saw it as a “woman’s song.” Steinman won a court movement preventing Meat Loaf from recording it.[3] Girl group Pandora’s Box went on to record it and it was subsequently made famous through a cover by Celine Dion, which upset Meat Loaf because he was going to use it for a planned album with the working title Bat Out of Hell III.[4] Alternately, Meat Loaf has said the song was intended for Bat Out of Hell II and given to the singer in 1986, but that they both decided to use “I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That)” for Bat II, and save this song for Bat III.[4][5]

The song has had three major releases. The first version appeared on the concept album Original Sin, recorded by Pandora’s Box. It was then recorded by Celine Dion for her album Falling into You, and her version was a commercial hit, reaching No. 2 in the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and No. 3 in the UK Singles Chart. Meat Loaf recorded it as a duet with Norwegian singer Marion Raven for Bat III and released it as a single in 2006.

A music video was produced for each of the three versions; death is a recurring theme in all of these videos, fitting in with the suggestion in Virgin’s press release for Original Sin that “in Steinman’s songs, the dead come to life and the living are doomed to die.”[6] This is particularly evident when the dead characters seem to be resurrected in the memories of the main vocalist. Although in the case of Celine Dion’s video, the theme is less about the living being doomed and more about a lost love.

In Some Small Way

“In Some Small Way” is the fourth and last promotional single from Celine Dion’s album Miracle. It was released on March 7, 2005 in the United States and Canada.[1]

“In Some Small Way” was written by David Tyson and Richard Page, who also wrote “Sleep Tight” on the same album.

Dion performed “In Some Small Way” during her A New Day… show, between December 2004 and January 2005. She sang it as a duet with her backup singer Barnev Valsaint. She also performed it on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno in December 2004, with Valsaint and the gospel choir. The performance from A New Day… was to help raise money for the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake victims.

There was no music video made for the song.

“In Some Small Way” reached number 9 on the Quebec Airplay Chart. It was also popular on the adult contemporary charts, peaking at number 14 in Canada and number 28 in the US.

Incognito (song)

“Incognito” (meaning “Incognito”) is the second single from Celine Dion’s album Incognito, released in June 1987 in Quebec, Canada.[1]

It was written by Luc Plamondon, Dion’s later collaborator. The single contained “Ma chambre,” a non-album track as B-side.

On June 6, 1987 the song entered the Quebec Singles Chart and became a hit reaching number 1 for six weeks. It spent thirty four weeks on the chart in total. “Incognito” won a Félix Award for Best Pop Song of the Year.

It was also released as a single in France in September 1988.

The music video was directed by Jacques Payette and released in 1987. It also opened the Incognito TV special aired in September 1987 and was produced by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. It can be found on Dion’s DVD On ne change pas.

The song was later included on the 2005 greatest hits album On ne change pas. A live version is included in the Céline une seule fois / Live 2013 CD/DVD.

Immensity

“Immensité” (French for “Immensity”) is the second single from Celine Dion’s French album D’elles. It premiered on the radio in France and Quebec on April 23, 2007 and was released as a music download on May 14, 2007. However, the physical single was not issued. The song was also released as a radio single in Belgium in August 2007.

“Immensité” was written by Nina Bouraoui, French writer and Jacques Veneruso, who also produced the track. Veneruso already worked with Dion on her previous hits, including “Sous le vent,” “Tout l’or des hommes” and “Je ne vous oublie pas” among others. Bouraoui wrote also other song featured on D’elles, called “Les paradis.”

The music video was shot at the Lake Mead, on the 5th and 6 April 2007 and premiered on May 14, 2007.

Dion performed this song during the two TV specials dedicated to the issue of her album D’elles. She also performed it live on Sainte-Justine private benefit show on August 4, 2007.

Dion promoted “Immensité” seven months later, during her visit in France in November 2007 and included it on the “Taking Chances” French CD single released at that time. Dion also performed it on Star Academy, her concerts in Antwerp and Paris in 2013, and her 2016 tour.[1]

In April 2008, “Immensité” became a bonus track on the Taking Chances digital deluxe version.

I’m Alive (Celine Dion song)

“I’m Alive” is a song recorded by Canadian recording artist Celine Dion for her sixth English-language album A New Day Has Come (2002). It was released as the album’s second single on August 12, 2002 and was also featured in the film Stuart Little 2. The song was written and produced by Kristian Lundin and Andreas Carlsson, who already worked with Dion in 1999 on “That’s the Way It Is”.

“I’m Alive” is an uplifting midtempo song, where Celine declares she is alive, fulfilled as a mother, and “in love.” The music video was directed by Dave Meyers between May 24–25, 2002 and premiered in June 2002. There were two versions made: with or without the Stuart Little 2 movie scenes. “I’m Alive” became a worldwide hit, reaching the top ten in many countries. It was certified platinum in Belgium (50,000) and gold in France (250,000).

If You Asked Me To (Celine Dion)

“If You Asked Me To” is a song written by Diane Warren. It was originally recorded by American singer Patti LaBelle for her ninth studio album, Be Yourself (1989), and the soundtrack of the James Bond film Licence to Kill. The lyrics are from the point of view of a woman who pleads to her significant other:

“If you asked me to

I just might change my mind

And let you in my life forever.”

Three years later, Canadian singer Celine Dion covered “If You Asked Me To” for her self-titled second studio album. Released as the album’s second single, her version topped the Canadian charts and peaked at number four on the Billboard Hot 100.

If Walls Could Talk

“If Walls Could Talk” is a song by Celine Dion, which was intended as the final single from her greatest hits album All the Way… A Decade of Song.[1]

“If Walls Could Talk” was written and produced by Robert John “Mutt” Lange, best known for his multplatinum recordings with Shania Twain, who sang backing vocals on this track, and programmed by Richard Meyer aka Swayd.

First, in January 2000 there were rumors that “If Walls Could Talk” would be Dion’s next single in the United Kingdom. But two months later, Sony Music UK released “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” instead. In April 2000, the cover of the single and the track list became available. “If Walls Could Talk” was supposed to be released on May 5, 2000 in Mexico, but it was cancelled. They preferred to release “I Want You to Need Me.” Again, in October Sony decided to release the single in Europe, Australia, Japan and Central America in December 2000. But the release was cancelled for the third time. With that, the promotion of All the Way… A Decade of Song had ended.

“If Walls Could Talk” music video, directed by Liz Friedlander in 2000, was released on the 2001 All the Way… A Decade of Song & Video DVD compilation.

(If There Was) Any Other Way

“(If There Was) Any Other Way” is a song by Canadian singer Celine Dion. It was included on her first English-language album, Unison (1990). “(If There Was) Any Other Way” was released by Columbia Records as the album’s lead single in Canada on 26 March 1990. The next year, it was issued as the second single in other countries. The song was written by Paul Bliss, while production was handled by Christopher Neil.

After its release, “(If There Was) Any Other Way” received positive reviews from music critics. The song peaked at number twenty-three in Canada and number thirty-five on the US Billboard Hot 100. Additionally, it became a success on the adult contemporary charts, reaching number eight in the United States and number twelve in Canada. Two accompanying music videos for the song were filmed. Dion performed “(If There Was) Any Other Way” during her Unison Tour (1990–91).

For you to love me again

“Pour que tu m’aimes encore” (English: “So That You’ll Love Me Again”) (sometimes shortened to “Tu m’aimes encore”) is the first hit single from album D’eux by Celine Dion. It was released on March 13, 1995 in Francophone countries and in September 1995 in other European countries. In Canada it was a radio only release. The song was also released in Japan in October 1996.[1] According to Dion, herself, it is the biggest song of her French career. Dion also recorded the song in English as “If That’s What it Takes” which was featured on her 1996 album, Falling into You.

I Want You to Need Me

“I Want You to Need Me” is the last single from Celine Dion’s greatest hits album, All the Way… A Decade of Song, released on July 15, 2000.[1]

It was written by Diane Warren, who also wrote Dion’s hit “Because You Loved Me” among others. Several club remixes were created by Thunderpuss.

“I Want You to Need Me”‘s second music video was directed by Liz Friedlander and released on May 1, 2000. It was included on Dion’s All the Way… A Decade of Song & Video DVD. The first video, directed by Paul Hunter in February 2000, was never released. However, a behind-the-scenes video of the first music video was uploaded to YouTube on August 8, 2013.

The song reached number 1 in Canada (for 1 week) and number 7 on the Hot Dance Singles Sales in the United States. It was popular on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks, peaking at number 12. “I Want You to Need Me” reached also top 40 in Sweden and Switzerland. The U.S. CD single was released as a double A-side with “That’s the Way It Is”. According to Nielsen SoundScan it has sold 60,000 copies in the U.S..

I Love You, Goodbye (song)

“I Love You, Goodbye” is a song by Canadian singer Céline Dion from her 1992 self-titled English album. The song was written by prolific American songwriter Diane Warren. It was released as a promo single in the Philippines in 1992 with “I Feel Too Much” as a b side taken from Unison album. The song became popular in different countries. In 1999, the song was featured in the Philippine drama Halik Sa Apoy on GMA Network.
Entertainment Weekly editor Arion Berger called this song pleasantly innocous.[1]

I Hate You Then I Love You

“I Hate You Then I Love You” is a song sung as a duet between Celine Dion and Luciano Pavarotti. It was first released as a track on Celine Dion’s 1997 album Let’s Talk About Love. It was later released in Italy as a promotional single on September 7, 1998.[1]

“I Hate You Then I Love You” (slightly modified “Never, Never, Never” by Shirley Bassey) is an adaptation of the Italian song “Grande grande grande” sung by Mina. Dion and Pavarotti performed this song live during the Pavarotti & Friends for the Children of Liberia benefit concert on June 9, 1998.

The CD and DVD with this event were released on October 20, 1998. The recording of this song was included as a bonus on the Au cœur du stade DVD.

I Drove All Night

“I Drove All Night” is a song written and composed by American songwriters Billy Steinberg and Tom Kelly and made famous by American singer Cyndi Lauper. The song was originally intended for Roy Orbison, who recorded it in 1987, but his rendition was not released until 1992, after Lauper’s version of it had become a top 10 hit on both sides of the Atlantic in 1989. The song has been covered by Pinmonkey (2002), and Celine Dion (2003), among others.

I don’t Know (I dunno)

“Je sais pas” (meaning “I Don’t Know”) is the second and last commercial single from album D’eux by Celine Dion. It was released on October 2, 1995 in Francophone countries and in December 1995 in selected European countries. In Canada it was a radio-only release (July 1995).[1]

The narrator of the song boasts that she is unafraid to face any number of tribulations and challenges of the body and spirit, but admits life without the one she loves just might be more than she could bear. Dion has stated that this is one of her favorites among her songs, because it reminds her of her feelings for husband René Angélil.

“Je sais pas” was written and produced by Jean-Jacques Goldman and J. Kapler.

Two music videos were made for this song: a non-singing version and a performance (singing) one, both of which were directed by Gregg Masuak in 1995. These music videos can be found on Dion’s DVD On ne change pas (2005). Edited versions of the non-singing video were also used for “Next Plane Out” and “Call the Man” singles (none of them was released in France).

An English version of this song, called “I Don’t Know” was featured on Falling into You.

Live version of “Je sais pas” from Live à Paris was also released as a single, on May 19, 1997 in the Netherlands to promote that album.

The song was featured on Dion’s greatest hits compilation On ne change pas. The live version was a part of two other albums: Live à Paris and Au cœur du stade; the former was also released as a single on May 19, 1997 in the Netherlands to promote the live album. Dion also performed it during the French concerts of her 2008-09 Taking Chances World Tour. The audio and footage of this performance was included in the French edition of Taking Chances World Tour: The Concert CD/DVD. In 2013, the song was performed for the Sans attendre Tour; the Quebec performance was included in the Céline une seule fois / Live 2013 CD/DVD.[2]

“Je sais pas” was a smash hit in France, where it topped the singles chart for seven weeks, selling 510,000 copies (should be certified platinum but it remains undercertified with silver award). It was also number 1 in Belgium Wallonia (for two weeks) and Quebec (four weeks). The 1995 studio version peaked at number 34 in the Netherlands. The 1997 live version from Live à Paris reached number 78.

Have You Ever Been in Love (song)

“Have You Ever Been in Love” is a song recorded by Canadian recording artist Celine Dion, included first on her seventh English studio album A New Day Has Come (2002) and later, on her eight English studio album One Heart (2003). The song is a power ballad, written by Anders Bagge, Peer Åström, Tom Nichols, Daryl Hall and Laila Bagge, while production was handled by Bagge & Peer.

“Have You Ever Been in Love” builds from a gentle, piano-laced opening into a theatrical, string-framed climax. The song received acclaim from music critics, while being reviewed in both albums. Many critics called it a classic-sounding ballad and one of the strongest cuts from the album. Critics also noted similarities between Dion and Barbra Streisand.

“Have You Ever Been in Love” was released on April 14, 2003, as One Heart’s second (promotional only) single in the United States and Canada, while on November 3, 2003, it was released as the third commercial single in selected European countries. The song spent fourteen weeks at number 2 on the US Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks, setting a record for most weeks at the second position. The music video was shot between April 29–30, 2003 in Los Angeles and released on June 2, 2003.

Just Have a Heart

“Just Have a Heart” is a song recorded by Angela Clemmons for her 1987 album, This Is Love. It was written by Aldo Nova, Billy Steinberg and Ralph McCarthy, and produced by Nova. Later, it was covered by Celine Dion.

In 1987, Celine Dion recorded a French-language version of “Just Have a Heart,” titled “Partout je te vois” for her album Incognito. In 1990, the English-language version of the song, titled “Have a Heart” was included on Dion’s first English-language studio album, Unison. It was released as the fifth, but promotional only, single in Canada on 8 July 1991.

The voice of God

La voix du bon Dieu (meaning The Good Lord’s Voice) is the debut studio album by Canadian singer Celine Dion, released on 6 November 1981 by Super Étoiles.[1] It is a French-language album issued in Quebec, Canada only. It was preceded by the lead single, “Ce n’était qu’un rêve”. The album was produced by René Angélil, Eddy Marnay and Daniel Hétu. It includes six original songs and three covers: Renée Lebas’ “T’ire l’aiguille”, Berthe Sylva’s “Les roses blanches” and “L’amour viendra”, a French adaptation of Dario Baldan Bembo’s “Dolce fiore”.

Goodbye’s (The Saddest Word)

“Goodbye’s (The Saddest Word)” is a song recorded by Canadian recording artist Celine Dion for her sixth English-language album A New Day Has Come (2002). The song was written and produced by Robert John “Mutt” Lange, while Lange and his then-wife, country singer Shania Twain did the backing vocals. Lyrically, the song speaks about motherly love and fear of losing one’s mother. It was released as the album’s third and last commercial single on November 18, 2002.
The song received favorable reviews from music critics, who called it a “heartfelt and emotional song”, while praising Dion’s performance. The “Goodbye’s (The Saddest Word)” music video was directed by Chris Applebaum between October 12–13, 2002 in Paris, France, and premiered in November 2002. The song performed moderately on the charts, peaking inside the top fifty in the countries that it charted, but it did not matched the success of the previous singles.

One Heart

One Heart is the eighth English-language studio album by Canadian singer Celine Dion, released by Sony Music Entertainment on 24 March 2003. It garnered mixed reviews from the music critics and was commercially successful.

The release of this album marked the beginning of A New Day…, Dion’s five-year concert arrangement in The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

One Heart contains songs produced by Max Martin, Rami Yacoub, Peer Åström, Anders Bagge, Ric Wake, Kristian Lundin, Kara DioGuardi, John Shanks, Guy Roche, and others. It includes a cover of Roy Orbison’s “I Drove All Night”, made famous by Cyndi Lauper. Another song, “Reveal” was written by Cathy Dennis who also wrote “Toxic” for Britney Spears and “Can’t Get You out of My Head” for Kylie Minogue, among others. “Sorry for Love (2003 version)” is actually an original version of the song. The dance version was released a year earlier on A New Day Has Come. Already available on the A New Day Has Come 2002 special limited edition, “Coulda Woulda Shoulda” was included here as well. One Heart also features “Have You Ever Been in Love”, taken from A New Day Has Come. The last track on the album, “Je t’aime encore” was recorded also in French and included on Dion’s next album, 1 fille & 4 types.

In June 2004, a bonus DVD called One Year… One Heart was included on some editions of A New Day… Live in Las Vegas, containing the recording of “I Drove All Night” and “Have You Ever Been in Love”, and the making of “One Heart” music video among other features.

Falling into You (song)

“Falling into You” is a 1994 single by Argentine singer Marie-Claire D’Ubaldo, which was her biggest hit. A Spanish version, called “Y Caigo un Poco Más,” was also recorded.

The song subsequently became the title track from Celine Dion’s 1996 hit album Falling into You, released as the first single in Europe and Australia on February 19, 1996. In other parts of the world “Because You Loved Me” was released as the lead track.

The song reached number 1 in Spain and in Greece, and became a top 10 hit in Norway (number 8) and in the UK (number 10). The single has sold 170,000 copies in the UK and 165,000 in France, where it remains undercertified (should be silver).[1]

This song became part of 1999 All The Way… A Decade of Song (Australian edition), 2000 The Collector’s Series Volume One and 2008 My Love: Essential Collection (European edition) compilation albums.

American singer Belinda Carlisle recorded a version of “Falling into You” for possible inclusion on her 1996 album A Woman and a Man, but reluctantly gave up on the song after a disagreement with Miles Copeland.[2]

Faith (Celine Dion song)

“Faith” is a song recorded by Canadian recording artist Celine Dion, for her eight English studio album One Heart (2003). It was released on October 27, 2003 as the third promotional only single in Canada from the album and was the fifth single overall. “Faith” was written and produced by Max Martin and Rami Yacoub. The remixed version by the Original 3 (who also did the “One Heart” remixes) was released as a radio single. “Faith” reached number 4 on the Quebec Airplay Chart and number 37 on the Canadian Adult Contemporary Chart.

Taking Chances

Taking Chances is the tenth English-language and 23rd studio album overall by Canadian singer Celine Dion, released by Columbia Records on November 7, 2007. It was her first new studio album since 2004’s Miracle. Dion returned to the music scene after almost five years of performing A New Day… in Las Vegas. She collaborated on Taking Chances with various rock, R&B and Pop producers, including John Shanks, Linda Perry, ex-Evanescence members Ben Moody and David Hodges, Kristian Lundin, Ne-Yo, Chuck Harmony, Tricky Stewart, the Eurythmics’ David A. Stewart, Kara DioGuardi, Emanuel Kiriakou, Anders Bagge, Peer Åström, Aldo Nova, Christopher Neil and Guy Roche. The album garnered mixed reviews from music critics, who noticed that “not many chances were taken after all.”

Taking Chances has sold 3.1 million copies worldwide in 2007 alone and peaked inside top ten in various countries, including number one in Canada, Switzerland, South Africa and on the European Top 100 Albums. It has sold 1.1 million units in the United States and was certified Platinum by the RIAA. In Canada, after shipping over 400,000 copies, the album was certified four-times Platinum. The first single, “Taking Chances” was released in September 2007 and peaked inside top ten in various European countries and in Canada. In 2008, different songs were selected as the second single: “Eyes on Me” in the United Kingdom, “A World to Believe In” in Japan and “Alone” in North America. The latter was also released as third and final single in the United Kingdom. On February 14, 2008, Dion embarked on the year-long Taking Chances World Tour, which visited five continents and became one of the highest-grossing tours of all-time.

Do what you want

“Fais ce que tu voudras” (meaning “Do Whatever You Want”) was written by Quebec’s composer René Grignon and French lyricist Eddy Marnay. It is the first and only single from Celine Dion’s greatest hits album Les chansons en or. It was released in June 1986 in Quebec, Canada.[1]

On June 14, 1986 this melancholic ballad entered the Quebec Singles Chart and peaked at number 36, spending twelve weeks on the chart.

The B-side included “Tu es là,” which was taken from the album C’est pour toi.

Dion filmed her first real French-language music video for this single in 1986. It was directed by François Girard and featured Dion at a train station. This music video can be found on the DVD called On ne change pas (2005). It was Dion’s second music video after her first English-language song “Listen to the Magic Man.”

The title alludes to the proverb coined by French renaissance writer François Rabelais, which has later become a main tenet of the modern-day thelemic occult movement in the English version by Aleister Crowley: “Do what thou wilt.”

Eyes on Me (Celine Dion song)

“Eyes on Me” is a song recorded by Canadian recording artist Celine Dion, taken from her ninth English studio album Taking Chances (2007). It was released as the second single in the United Kingdom on January 7, 2008. While “Alone” was released as the second single in the rest of Europe and North America instead.

The Middle Eastern-flavored song was written by Kristian Lundin, Savan Kotecha and Australian singer Delta Goodrem. Goodrem also provides backing vocals on the track, while production was handled by Lundin. The latter worked with Dion in the past on “That’s the Way It Is” and “I’m Alive” among others. The critics heavily compared the track to Shakira songs.

Dion performed the song during An Audience with Celine Dion, which aired in the UK on ITV on December 22, 2007. She also performed a remix version featuring will.i.am from The Black Eyed Peas during her CBS special, That’s Just the Woman in Me, which aired in the US on February 15, 2008.

“Eyes on Me” was released in the UK with virtually no promotion surrounding it in the media, leading to its peak position at number 113 on the UK Singles Chart. The music video for “Eyes on Me” was released on May 5, 2008, containing footages from the Taking Chances World Tour in Africa and Asia.

And if there was only one left (I’d be that one)

“Et s’il n’en restait qu’une (je serais celle-là)” (meaning “And If There Were Only One Woman Left (I Would Be That One)”) is the first hit single from Celine Dion’s French album D’elles. It premiered on the radio in France, Quebec, Switzerland and Belgium on February 14, 2007 and was released as a music download on the same day. The CD single was released on April 13, 2007 in Francophone countries.

“And if there was only one left (I’d be that one)” was written by Françoise Dorin and composed by David Gategno, aussi Who Produced the track. Dorin is a writer, born in France. Her best-selling novels include Virginia and Paul, the second in Rome (1980), The single beds, the culotte skirts (1984), and the ravens and foxes (1988). Other works include the plays The invoice (1968), A dirty selfish, the intoxe (1980), and a musical comedy, The cardboard suitcase , as well as Many humorous texts. Gategno already Worked with Tina Arena , Natasha St-Pier , Chimene Badi , Faudel , and Nolwenn Leroy .

The title comes from the famous last verse of the poem « Ultima verba » in Les Châtiments by Victor Hugo « Et s’il n’en reste qu’un, je serai celui-là ! ».

The music video was directed by Thierry Vargnes in New York City on January 31, 2007, and premiered on the Canadian television network TVA on April 1, 2007.

“And if there was only one left (I’d be that one)” debuted at number 1 on the French Singles Chart, Becoming Dion’s fifth number 1 en ce que country and selling 50,000 copies. It Spent 33 weeks on the chart, Becoming one of her longest-running singles. Dion’s last song That qui stayed long on the chart was ” So you still love me ” with 34 weeks.

In –other countries, “And if there was only one left (I’d be that one)” peaked at number 2 in Quebec, number 4 in Belgium Wallonia and number 34 in Switzerland.

Dion performed it live during the French concerts of her 2008-09 Taking Chances World Tour, and during her historic performance in front of 250,000 spectators to celebrate Quebec’s 400th anniversary, which was included on Céline sur les Plaines DVD in 2008. A live version was included in the CD/DVD Tournée Mondiale Taking Chances: Le Spectacle.

“And if there was only one left (I’d be that one)” was Nominated for the Chérie FM Star in category French Song of the Year.

And I still love you

“Et je t’aime encore” (meaning “And I Still Love You”) is the second single from Celine Dion’s album 1 fille & 4 types. It was released on February 23, 2004 in Francophone countries. An English version of this song was released earlier on the One Heart album.

“And I still love you” was written by Jean-Jacques Goldman , Who Worked with Dion on D’eux album in 1995 and If it were enough to love in 1998. [1]

On October 1, 2003 Dion taped the 1 fille & 4 types TV special at the Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, where she performed this song among others.

The music video, directed by Yannick Saillet, was filmed in the Whiskey Bar in Las Vegas, in October 2003 and released in late December. It was included on Dion’s 2005 video compilation On Ne Change Pas.

The song reached top 20 in the Francophone countries, including number 14 in Belgium Wallonia and number 16 in France. It was also very popular in Quebec, peaking at number 2.

“Et je t’aime encore” was performed during the A New Day… show, from November 2003 till mid-2004, and included on the A New Day… Live in Las Vegas album.

It was also featured on Dion’s greatest hits compilation On ne change pas in 2005.

“And I still love you” was Performed in 2016 During her Summer Tour 2016 . [2]

While waiting for his steps

“En attendant ses pas” (meaning “Waiting for His Footsteps”) is the fourth single from Celine Dion’s album S’il suffisait d’aimer. It was a radio only release in Francophone countries on July 5, 1999.[1]

“En attendant ses pas” was written and produced by Jean-Jacques Goldman. At the same time there was another promotional single issued in France – “Je crois toi.”

No music video was made for the song.

“En attendant ses pas” peaked at number 10 on the Belgian Wallonia Airplay Chart. The song also peaked at number nine on the French Airplay Chart. It spent two weeks inside top ten and nineteen weeks on the chart in total.

The track was also included on the On ne change pas long box edition in 2005.

Of love or friendship

“D’amour ou d’amitié” (meaning “Of Love or Friendship”, pronounced: [damuːʁ u damitje]) is the second single from Celine Dion’s album, Tellement j’ai d’amour…. It was released in France in December 1982 and in Canada in May 1983.[1]

On January 24, 1983, Dion was chosen to represent Canada with “D’amour ou d’amitié,” as revelation of the year at the MIDEM in Cannes.

The song became a hit in Quebec where it entered the chart on May 7, 1983 and topped it for four weeks, spending forty weeks on the chart in total. “D’amour ou d’amitié” was certified Gold in April 1985 for selling over 50,000 copies in Canada.[2] Dion received also 4 Félix Awards at that time.

“D’amour ou d’amitié” was also released as a single in France. It was Dion’s second single in this country after “Ce n’était qu’un rêve” in 1982. The song became a hit there too, reaching number 5 on the Singles Chart. On September 1, 1983 Dion became the first Canadian to receive a Gold certification in France with her song “D’amour ou d’amitié,” which has sold more than 700,000 copies.[3] Following this success, Dion released her first album in France, named Du soleil au cœur.

A music video was made from a TV special when the single came out in 1983.

Dion recorded a German version called “Was bedeute ich dir.” It was released as a single in that country in 1984, backed with “Mon ami, geh nicht fort,” German version of “Mon ami m’a quittée,” as a B-side.

“Love or friendship” is included on Dion’s 2005 French greatest hits album Never change .

Don’t Save It All for Christmas Day

“Don’t Save It All for Christmas Day” is a song by Canadian recording artist Celine Dion. It was written by Peter Zizzo, Ric Wake, and Dion for her first English-language holiday album These Are Special Times (1998), while Wake also served as its producer. The pop ballad was issued as a promotional single on December 4, 2000, two years after album’s original release.[1]

The song has also been covered by many artists over the years, including Christian group Avalon, who re-recorded the song for their 2000 album Joy: A Christmas Collection, and singer NSYNC, who covered it for his 1998 Christmas collection, called Home for Christmas. For NSYNC, the song has become the signature song of all his Christmas tours.

Did You Give Enough Love

“Did You Give Enough Love” is a song by Canadian singer Celine Dion, released in 1993 as the sixth and final single from her second English-language album Celine Dion (1992). It was released in July 1993 as a radio single in Canada only.[1]

The track was written by Seth Swirsky and Arnie Roman, and produced by Ric Wake.

The promotional CD contained also two remixes of “Did You Give Enough Love:” remix 45″ and 12″ club mix. The single was released without a cover, but there was a pictured CD.

A sexy black-and-white music video was made in 1993.

“Did You Give Enough Love” was included also on “The Power of Love” European single, released the next year.

The song peaked at number 17 in Canada.

Destin (song)

“Destin” (meaning “Destiny”) is a radio single by Celine Dion from her album D’eux. It was released in January 1996 in Canada.[1]

The track was written and produced by Jean-Jacques Goldman.

No video was made for the song.

“Destin” was featured later on Dion’s greatest hits compilation On ne change pas (2005). A live version was included on her Live à Paris album, recorded during the D’eux Tour. Dion performed the song during the Francophone concerts of her 2008-09 Taking Chances World Tour, included on the French edition of the CD/DVD Taking Chances World Tour: The Concert, and during her historic performance in front of 250,000 spectators to celebrate Quebec’s 400th anniversary, which was included on Céline sur les Plaines DVD in 2008. Dion also performed the song during her Sans attendre Tour; the Quebec City performance was included in the Céline une seule fois / Live 2013 CD/DVD.[2]

The song was a radio hit in Quebec. It entered the Quebec Airplay Chart on January 20, 1996 and peaked at number 3, staying thirty seven weeks on the chart.

Words that sound (song)

“Des mots qui sonnent” (meaning “Words That Sound”) is a song from the Dion chante Plamondon album by Celine Dion. It was released as the first (but radio only) single in November 1991 in Canada.[1]

Dion interprets the words of Luc Plamondon, pop lyricist of French-speaking Canada. The music was written by Aldo Nova who already collaborated with Dion on her 1987 Incognito album.

“Des mots qui sonnent” was later included on Dion’s Canadian maxi-single “Beauty and the Beast.”

Although “Des mots qui sonnent” was a radio release only, a music video was made, featuring Luc Plamondon and Aldo Nova as guest appearances. This video was directed by Alain Desrochers in October 1991. It was included later on the On ne change pas DVD (2005).

Live versions of “Words that sound” can be found on Dion’s 1994 In Olympia album and the Céline once / Live 2013 CD / DVD. The song has aussi est devenu share of Dion’s 2005 greatest hits CD, called Expired You do not change .

“Des mots qui sonnent” entered the Quebec Airplay Chart on November 25, 1991 and peaked at number 10, spending seventeen weeks on chart in total.

The title of the song is a play on words. Although literally meaning “words that sound”, it can also mean “words that have meaning” (the French verb “sonner” meaning either “to sound” or “to have meaning”). The song is a narrative by Dion to a songwriter, in which she asks him or her to write her a hit song that will reach the top 10, and also mentions the accompanying video she will have to film among other things. The song is upbeat and has a rock feel, characteristic of a lot of Dion’s early work and straying from the powerful ballads for which she has a reputation.

In another world

” In another world ” (meaning “In Another World”) is a promotional single from Celine Dion ‘s album At the heart of the stadium . It was released in France and Belgium on August 30, 1999. [1]

Originally the song was featured on the album S’il suffisait d’aimer in 1998.

The video of Dion performing “In another world” Was filmed live at the Stade de France in Paris , During two sold-out performances on June 19 and 20, 1999. It was released at the end of August 1999 to Promote the the heart stage CD and the heart of the stadium DVD. The lath aussi included the recording of this song as a bonus.

The song peaked at number 7 on the Belgian Wallonia Airplay Chart.

Dion performed it live during the French concerts of her 2008-09 Taking Chances Tour (included in the Tournée Mondiale Taking Chances: Le Spectacle CD/DVD), and during her historic performance in front of 250,000 spectators to celebrate Quebec’s 400th anniversary, which was included on Céline sur les Plaines DVD. The song was also performed in 2013 during the Sans attendre Tour; the Quebec performance was included in the Céline… une seule fois / Live 2013 CD/DVD.[2] Dion also performed “Dans Un Autre Monde” during her Summer Tour 2016.[3]

“In another world” was later featured on some editions of Dion’s 2005 greatest hits album Never change .

Contre nature

“Contre nature” (meaning “Against Nature”) is the third (but promotional only) single from Celine Dion’s album 1 fille & 4 types. It was released on March 29, 2004 in Francophone countries.

“Contre nature” was written by Jacques Veneruso, who wrote for Dion her previous French hits like “Sous le vent” or “Tout l’or des hommes.”[1]

On October 1, 2003 Dion taped the 1 fille & 4 types TV special at the Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, where she performed this song among others.

The music video, directed by Didier Kerbrat, was filmed on March 27, 2004 in the Mojave Desert and released on April 26, 2004. It was included on Dion’s 2005 DVD, called On ne change pas. The making of “Contre nature” video was also included there as a DVD bonus.

The song was popular in Quebec, reaching number 2.

“Contre nature” was included later as a bonus track on the French edition of A New Day… Live in Las Vegas album.

It was also featured on Dion’s greatest hits compilation On ne change pas in 2005.

It was only a dream

“Ce n’était qu’un rêve”, whose title translates from the original French as either “Nothing But a Dream” or “It Was Only a Dream”, is the debut single by Celine Dion, released on June 11, 1981 in Quebec, Canada.[1] It was included on her first album La voix du bon Dieu.[2] Its lyrics were written, and its music composed, in collaboration, by Dion, her mother Thérèse Dion, and her brother Jacques Dion.

On June 19, 1981 Dion made her first broadcast appearance. She performed “Ce n’était qu’un rêve” in a very popular talk-show in Quebec hosted by Michel Jasmin.

On September 5, 1981 the song entered the Quebec Singles Chart, spending five weeks on it and peaking at number 14.

“It was only a dream” was aussi Dion’s debut single in France, released in 1982 with ” Love will come ” as B-side.

An early music video from a TV special was made when the single came out in 1981.

Dion performed “Ce n’était qu’un rêve” many times during her career. It was included on The Colour of My Love Concert VHS/DVD (1995), and her 2005 French greatest hits compilation On ne change pas. A short version is included in the live releases, Au cœur du stade CD (1999), Au cœur du stade DVD (1999), and Céline une seule fois / Live 2013 CD/DVD (2014).

Can’t Live with You, Can’t Live Without You

“Can’t Live with You, Can’t Live Without You” is a duet between Billy Newton-Davis and Celine Dion, released as a single in July 1989 in Canada.[1]

The song was featured on Newton-Davis’ album Spellbound. “Can’t Live with You, Can’t Live Without You” was later included on Dion’s Japanese maxi-single “Unison” (1991).

It was written by Dan Hill who also wrote for Dion “Seduces Me” on her 1996 album Falling into You.

The “Can’t Live with You, Can’t Live Without You” music video received a MuchMusic Video Award for Best MOR Video in 1990.[2]

The song was Dion’s second commercial English single after her 1985 “Listen to the Magic Man.” It reached number forty-one on the Canadian Singles Chart and number twelve on the Adult Contemporary Chart.

Dion performed this song during her Unison Tour.

Call the Man

“Call the Man” is the fifth and last commercial single from Celine Dion’s album Falling into You. It was released on June 23, 1997 outside the North America.

“Call the Man” was written by Andy Hill and Peter Sinfield who already wrote for Dion her 1995 smash hit “Think Twice,” and produced by Jim Steinman who also worked on her previous single “It’s All Coming Back to Me Now.”

The music video was directed by Greg Masuak in 1995 and already used for two other songs in edited versions: “Je sais pas” and “Next Plane Out.”

The single was released during the second European leg of the Falling into You Tour and peaked at number 8 in Ireland and 11 in the United Kingdom.

On April 17, 1997 Dion performed “Call the Man” with a 30-voice gospel choir during the World Music Awards ceremony. She was the big star of that evening, winning three awards: Best-selling Canadian Female Singer, Best-selling Artist and Best-selling Pop Artist, after selling over 25 million albums in 1996. It was the second year in a row that Dion has sold more than 20 million copies worldwide.[1]

In 2008, “Call the Man” was included on the European version of My Love: Ultimate Essential Collection.

Be the Man

“Be the Man,”(also labeled as “Be The Man (On This Night)”) is the second single from Celine Dion’s album Let’s Talk About Love. It was released on November 13, 1997 in Japan only.[1]

“Be the Man” was written specially for the Japanese TV drama entitled Eve – Santaclaus Dreaming and included on the EVE original soundtrack, released also on November 13, 1997 in Japan. There were two versions of this song recorded: English and Japanese.

No music video was made.

“Be the Man” reached number 24 on the Oricon Singles Chart and was certified platinum (100,000).

The song became also a B-side to “The Reason” single, released at the same time in parts of Europe.

“Be the Man” was not available on editions of Let’s Talk About Love released in the Americas.

The English version of this song was included later on the Japanese edition of Dion’s 1999 greatest hits All the Way… A Decade of Song and the 2008 Japan only released Complete Best. The Japanese version of “Be the Man” became available worldwide on The Collector’s Series, Volume One in 2000.

Miracle (Celine Dion album)

Miracle is a concept album credited to Canadian singer Celine Dion and Australian photographer Anne Geddes, released on October 11, 2004. It’s Dion’s ninth English language studio album and 33rd in total.[1]

Miracle is a part of a CD-and-book multimedia collection, with Dion’s music providing the soundtrack to Geddes’ pictorial book celebrating the joy of babies. The songs were produced by David Foster, who hadn’t worked with Dion since 1999.

Among tracks on the album are remakes of John Lennon’s “Beautiful Boy”, Louis Armstrong’s “What a Wonderful World”, Roberta Flack’s “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face”, Johannes Brahms’ “Brahms’ Lullaby”, Nancy Wilson’s “If I Could”, Henri Salvador’s “Le loup, la biche et le chevalier (une chanson douce)”, and Carol Welsman’s “Baby Close Your Eyes”.

All other tracks are original songs such as the title track, which was written in 2001 for A New Day Has Come to celebrate the birth of Dion’s son René-Charles, but the song was never published on that album.

Some tracks were previously released on Dion’s albums, including “Brahms’ Lullaby” on These Are Special Times and “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” on All the Way… A Decade of Song. Live performances of “If I Could” and “What a Wonderful World” were available on A New Day… Live in Las Vegas. “A Mother’s Prayer” is a solo version of “The Prayer”, a duet with Andrea Bocelli from These Are Special Times. “Le loup, la biche et le chevalier (une chanson douce)” was performed live by Dion and Henri Salvador in October 2003, during the taping of 1 fille & 4 types TV special. However, this duet version wasn’t included on any album.

Miracle was released in three different formats: CD; CD/DVD plus 60-page booklet; and 180-page hardcover book plus CD/DVD. “Je lui dirai”, available previously on 1 fille & 4 types, was included as a bonus track in Francophone countries.

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