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Paris Chansons just released a unique music video in collaboration with artist Zhenya Gershman!

It features our original, looping version of Joe Dassin’s classic:  “Et si tu n’existais pas.”
It translates to “If you didn’t exist” and poetically imagines a parallel world in which this love does not exist.  And yet, it does!
Here it is:

A taste of the lyrics;
“And if you didn’t exist
Tell me why should I exist
To wander in a world without you
Without hope and without regrets

And if you didn’t exist
I would try to invent love
Like a painter who sees the
Colors of the day born from his fingers
And who can’t recreate them

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