Synonyms for pleure or Related words with pleure

veux              avait              reste              ainsi              joue              reviens              crois              doucement              laisse              quoi              mieux              veut              tomber              personne              oublie              quitte              puisqu              mourir              revient              jamais              envie              chantent              connais              entends              disait              regarde              peux              suffit              fallait              embrasse              touchez              besoin              rien              sauver              tendresse              vient              toujours              pleurer              oublier              donc              aimais              viens              quand              vouloir              aimait              peuvent              seule              pourquoi              toute              celui             

Examples of "pleure"
"' Dirk Roofthooft - "Don't Cry Germaine (Pleure pas Germaine)"
The video to the band's "Comme un ange (qui pleure)" (1992) was directed by Michel Gondry.
Savary composed the song "Pleure" in Richard Elfman's film "Forbidden Zone".
J'en pleure et ris ensemble ; et tour à tour je crois
Pleure is a commune in the Jura department of Franche-Comté in eastern France.
Best Actor - John Lynch (tied with Dirk Roofthooft & Pleure pas Germaine)
The Crying Woman (original title: La Femme qui pleure) is a 1979 French drama film directed by Jacques Doillon.
"Adieu Monsieur Hulot. On le pleure mort, il aurait fallu l'aider vivant !" ("Goodbye, Monsieur Hulot. In death we cry, in life we did not help!")
In 1978 and 1979, Lepers records four songs: "De retour de vacances", "Je t'aime trop", "Pleure sous la pluie" and "Oh! Sylvie".
The following is an instance of the "cento" "Sacra Aeneis" (1618), by Etienne de Pleure, on the adoration of the Magi (asterisks separate quotations from different verses):
Meyerbeer died in Paris on 2 May 1864. Rossini, who, not having heard the news, came to his apartment the next day intending to meet him, was shocked and fainted. He was moved to write on the spot a choral tribute ("Pleure, pleure, muse sublime!"). A special train bore Meyerbeer's body from the Gare du Nord to Berlin on 6 May, where he was buried in the family vault at the Jewish cemetery in Schönhauser Allee.
His other plays have included "La Raccourcie", "La Maladie fantastique", "Une maison face au nord", "Comment parler de Dieu à un enfant pendant que le monde pleure" and "Mathieu trop court, François trop long".
Marchal has written several songs, both solo ("Nous vivrons tous les trois", "Ne pleure pas ma mie") or with his friends and producers at CBE, George Chatelain and Bernard Estardy ("Dieu qu'elle était belle", "Quand je te regarde vivre").
In April 2002, Sarn published her first novel for adults, "Elle ne pleure pas, elle chante" (ISBN 2-226-13264-3). She later wrote the book adaptation of Sylvain Chomet's "The Triplets of Belleville".
Dominique Laffin made her major film debut in 1977, gaining critical acclaim for her role in director Jacques Doillon's 1979 film, "La Femme qui pleure". For her performance, Laffin was nominated for the César Award for Best Actress. That same year, she co-starred with a young Roberto Benigni in the film "Chiedo asilo".
She played the lead role in Eleonore Faucher's film "Gamines" in 2009. For her portrayal of Dora Maar, the surrealist artist and Picasso's muse in "La Femme qui Pleure au Chapeau Rouge", she won the best actress award at La Rochelle Television Film Festival.
Connie Francis "bubbled under" the Billboard pop charts in 1967 (# 118) and peaked at # 12 on Billboard Adult Contemporary. She also recorded the song in German as "Mein Herz ruft nach dir" and in French as "Mon cœur pleure pour vous", the latter marking her last French-language recording of the 1960s.
In 2003 Bomanyama-Zandu made "Congo je te pleure", a 54-minute documentary co-production between Zandu Movies Brussels and Zandu Movies sprl, which he founded that year in Kinshasa, and was the first production company officially recognized by the Congolese Ministry of Culture.
In 2002, the Canadian sisters Kate and Anna McGarrigle wanted to record Ed Sanders' setting in French; they asked Philippe Tatartcheff to translate the poem, only to find the words no longer scanned with the tune. So they composed a new tune which accommodated both languages. That appeared the following year on their album "La vache qui pleure" in both English and French recordings.
Their eponymous first album was released in 1997. Four tracks from the album ("Dis-moi pas ça", "La lune pleure", "Le bruit des origines", and "La mer à boire") placed in weekly Top Ten rankings, with "Le bruit des origines" ranking at number in CKOI-FM's Top 50 of 1998 and "La mer à boire" ranking at number 24 the following year.