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On ne change pas


Download links and information about On ne change pas by Céline Dion / Celine Dion. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to World Music, Pop genres. It contains 36 tracks with total duration of 02:14:31 minutes.

Artist: Céline Dion / Celine Dion
Release date: 2005
Genre: World Music, Pop
Tracks: 36
Duration: 02:14:31
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No. Title Length
1. Je Ne Vous Oublie Pas (Inédit) 3:35
2. Tous Les Secrets De Ton Coeur (Inédit) 2:44
3. Pour Que Tu M'aimes Encore 4:12
4. S'il Suffisait D'aimer 3:34
5. Sous le vent (featuring Garou) 3:30
6. Tout L'or Des Hommes 2:58
7. Je Sais Pas 4:32
8. On Ne Change Pas 4:07
9. J'irai Où Tu Iras (Live) 3:25
10. Et Je T'aime Encore 3:26
11. Destin 4:13
12. Je Lui Dirai 3:55
13. Les Derniers Seront Les Premiers (Live) 3:31
14. Vole 2:55
15. Ziggy (Un garçon pas comme les autres) 2:56
16. L'amour Existe Encore 3:49
17. I Believe In You (Je crois en toi) (featuring Il Divo) 4:01
18. Je Danse Dans Ma Tête 4:13
19. On Traverse Un Miroir 4:39
20. Partout Je Te Vois 4:09
21. Le Blues Du Businessman 4:29
22. Incognito 4:36
23. Lolita (Trop jeune pour aimer) 4:18
24. Des Mots Qui Sonnent 3:54
25. La Voix Du Bon Dieu 3:16
26. D'amour Ou D'amitié 3:58
27. Mon Ami M'a Quittée 2:59
28. Tellement J'ai D'amour Pour Toi 2:56
29. Les Chemins De Ma Maison 4:13
30. Mélanie 3:42
31. Une Colombe 3:10
32. Ma Chambre 4:11
33. Ne partez pas sans moi (Grand Prix de l'Eurovision 1988) 3:06
34. Fais Ce Que Tu Voudras 3:42
35. Quand On N'a Que L'amour (Live) 3:47
36. Ce N'était Qu'un Rêve 3:50



No doubt a companion piece to 1999's All the Way: A Decade of Song, On Ne Change Pas is a two-disc compendium of the other, mildly overlooked phase of Celine Dion's career: her performances sung entirely in her native tongue of Québecois French. While she soared up charts all over the globe with her hits sung in English, she also amassed quite a back catalog of hits ranging from dance-pop-friendly numbers to her familiar ground of passionate, melodramatic ballads. For those unfamiliar with this portion of her career (or for those who don't speak French), getting past the roadblock of not being able to understand the subject material will lead to a greater, more holistic appreciation of the depth and prolific output of her career in such a short span. At two discs, it's also a bit much Dion for anyone to swallow in one sitting, but on the plus side there are also a few new tracks, including her duet with Il Divo, "I Believe in You."