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Friday, May 25, 2007

For someone seeking the Light so much - why, oh, why do I look for the quietness of the shadows also?



"Je cherche l'ombre"... "I'm looking for the shade"... Or "I seek the shadow"... for safety and solace, surely





The lyrics were composed by another L.P....
Lise Payette,
former politician
and author,
who wrote this song
for her late,
great love
Roland.

La voilà donc,
la chanson de Roland...


Je cherche l'ombre
Pour danser avec toi
Mon amour
Sur ces musiques anciennes
Qui reviennent en mémoire
Quand le soleil s'éteint
Et que revient le soir

Je cherche l'ombre
Pour nous mettre à l'abri
Mon amour
Pour découvrir ton corps
Loin de toute lumière
Et pour t'aimer encore
Comme une étrangère

Je cherche l'ombre
Pour éteindre le feu
Mon amour
Qui dévore mon âme
Et brûle dans mes veines
De ce désir infâme
Qui en moi se déchaine

Je cherche l'ombre
Pour pleurer avec toi
Mon amour
Sur cette vie trop courte
Qui file entre nos doigts
Et qui mange les jours
En m'éloignant de toi

Je cherche l'ombre

Je cherche l'ombre
Comme on cherche un ami
Mon amour
Qui nous prendra la main
Sans larmes, sans chagrin
Pour nous conduire ailleurs
Cacher notre bonheur

Cacher notre bonheur

Je cherche l'ombre
Je cherche l'ombre

Je cherche l'ombre



And this is the commentary I left on
"her site"... (my nod to "D'Elles" - "from them")

Magnifique ode à l'amour éternel
et inassouvi dès lors que le temps passe
et le gruge, petit à petit.
Magnifique interprète, comme toujours.
Et plus que magnifique interprétation sur TVA;
les larmes dans vos yeux à la toute fin,
Céline,
en disait long sur la grande artiste que vous êtes.




A fine songstress is oftentimes
only as good as the song that she offers her public
And here, I do believe that this songstress
has finally found the most magnificent song ever
even better than anything else she had previously offered
her adoring fans worldwide.
A song that resonates with us all -
more so than even many gems found in her repertoire.
A song that touches all - where it matters the most.
No wonder tears came to her eyes
as she sang it for the first time
before a live audience...
She sings of her own inevitable parting
from the love of her life.
She sings of everyone's such heartbreaking loss.

For we are all the same
And none will be spared the same torment.

Is it better to have loved and to have lost...?
It must be.

Does Love exist?
Yes - it does.
George Sand wrote it -
and, as it turns out so fittingly,
there is also a song about George Sand
in the new CD "D'Elles"...

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