Joe Dassin Et si tu n'existais pas | Archive INA
Abonnez-vous http://bit.ly/inachansons 20 décembre 1975 Joe DASSIN, dans un décor hivernal, chante Et si tu n'existais pas. Gros plans du visage de JOËLLE, chanteuse du groupe Il ETAIT UNE FOIS, en ...
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