A Man and a Woman (soundtrack)
From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
- Chance pour toi et moi ba da ba da da da da da da
- Toi et moi ba da ba da da da da da da
- Toi et Toi et moi.
The soundtrack to A Man and a Woman was written by Francis Lai and earned "Best Original Score" nominations at both the BAFTA Awards and Golden Globe Awards in 1967. The film's theme song, with music by Francis Lai and lyrics by Pierre Barouh, was also nominated for "Best Original Song in a Motion Picture" at the Golden Globe Awards.
Pierre Barouh, who plays the deceased husband in the film, also sings the songs in the soundtrack. In a sequence of the film, he makes a brief reappearance singing "Samba Saravah", a French version with lyrics by Barouh himself of the Brazilian song "Samba da Benção" written by Baden Powell with original lyrics by Vinicius de Moraes.