Mon amour, mon ami  

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"Mon amour, mon ami" is a song by French singer and actress Marie Laforêt. It originally appeared on her 1967 EP Marie Laforêt vol. XIII (also known as Mon amour, mon ami).

Composition

The song was written by André Popp and Eddy Marnay.

Track listing

7" EP Marie Laforêt vol. XIII (1967, Festival FX 1531 M)

A1. "Mon amour, mon ami"
A2. "Sébastien"
B1. "Je suis folle de vous"
B2. "Mon village au fond de l'eau"





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