Synonyms for mon_cœur or Related words with mon_cœur

mon_coeur              veux              avec_moi              pour_toi              amour_est              rêver              quand_tu              avec_toi              pleure              je_veux              un_jour              quand_je              un_peu              je_te              une_chanson              dis_moi              quelqu_un              rien_que              je_cherche              je_vais              il_faut              et_puis              ça_va              tomber              amoureuse              je_suis              pour_vous              mieux              chanson_pour              mon_ami              laisse              un_rêve              laisse_moi              étais              que_je_aime              doucement              que_aime              alors              je_voudrais              seule              le_jour_où              avais              nous_deux              quelque_chose              mon_ange              je_sais              si_était              parce_que              regarde              que_je             



Examples of "mon_cœur"
1995: “Il pleut dans mon cœur! – Voice, Pno
- 1922 : "Peg de mon cœur" "(Peg o' My Heart)", de King Vidor
"Brisé" (English: "Shattered") is a song by Maître Gims from the album "Mon cœur avait raison".
"Laissez passer" (English: "Let It Go") is a song by Maître Gims from the album "Mon cœur avait raison".
Petula Clark's French language version titled "Prends mon Cœur", was more successful in France (#9, 1960) than Elvis Presley's version.
These are the formats and track listings of single releases of "Que mon cœur lâche" and "My Soul Is Slashed":
She represented her country at the 1996 Eurovision Song Contest in Oslo, singing the ballad "Mon cœur l'aime", placing 16th.
"Blessent mon cœur d'une langueur monotone" ("wound my heart with a monotonous languor") was the specific call to action.
"Est-ce que tu m'aimes?" (English: "Do You Love Me?") is a song by Maître Gims from the album "Mon cœur avait raison".
"Tu vas me manquer" (English:"I'm Going to Miss You") is a song by Maître Gims from the album "Mon cœur avait raison".
"Breathe" was used in the 2005 French movie "The Beat That My Heart Skipped" ("De battre mon cœur s'est arrêté"), directed by Jacques Audiard.
He authored several books, many focusing on the arts and his native Togo, including ""Togo, mon cœur saigne"" and ""La réflexion sur l’art et la culture"".
There were two singles from this album: "Que mon cœur lâche", and its English-language version "My Soul Is Slashed" (only available on the European CD album).
In 2005, "Monkey 23" was used in "De battre mon cœur s'est arrêté", the film by Jacques Audiard. It played over the closing credits. It was also featured in season three of Peaky Blinders (TV series).
"Mon cœur l'aime" (My Heart Loves Him) was the Swiss entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 1996, sung in French by Kathy Leander. The song was written and composed by Soren Mounir. "Mon coeur l'aime" on YouTube
The 1981 rock documentary film, "Urgh! A Music War", features Nomi's live performance of "Total Eclipse." His performance of "Mon cœur s'ouvre à ta voix" was used as the music for the closing credits.
Philippe Katerine (born Philippe Blanchard; 8 December 1968) is a French singer, actor and filmmaker who began his career in 1991. Some of his popular singles include "Mon cœur balance", "Je vous emmerde" and "Louxor j'adore".
His fourth movie, "De Battre Mon Cœur s'est Arrêté", received 10 nominations at the Césars and won eight, among them the Césars for Best Film, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Film Music and Best Cinematography.
The lyrics for the French-language rendering of "The Windmills of Your Mind" were written by Eddy Marnay and this version, entitled "Les Moulins de mon Cœur", was first recorded in 1968 by Marcel Amont who was resultantly afforded a minor French chart hit (peak #49).
A lot of the band's oeuvre has been inspired by the work of Tim Burton, and the artwork from this album has strong influences from "Corpse Bride". The music video from the first single ("Tais toi mon cœur") is animated in the same style. Some of the songs are in French, others are in English and some switch between both languages.