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French Love Songs - The Best of the Best

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Discover some of the best love songs in French! Throughout the decades, French songwriters have loved to write about love. It’s a solid topic for poetry, puns, fun and beauty.

In this French lesson, I will give you some recommendations and background about a my favorite French love songs. You can use them to improve your French, boost your motivation to learn French, or surprise your partner with some extra romance.
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