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Hello all, and thank you for visiting French2Music.  I am a native English speaker that loves la belle langue.  I have been studying French on and off since 1998. My favourite way to memorize vocabulary and improve my phrasing, comprehension, and to simply enjoy French, is to listen to French music.  However, I was frustrated with how difficult it is to discover good French music and translations, so I started this blog.  I hope that is helps you improve your French while enjoying some good music.  

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Please feel free to leave any comments, and/or request for songs for translation.

20 Comments

  1. Sumit

    Hey,

    I found your blog on Facebook in the learn french groups. Its a good attempt to help ppl like me 🙂
    Thanks. Also, I would like to know if you have any French songs and if you can share them with me ? I have a few but its never enough :). Also, I would like to know more about Canada + French language if there is a way to chat / mail that would be great! you got my id!
    Thanks,

    Cheers,

    S

  2. Nick

    Just found your blog on Google when checking what “rêver aux loups” means (from the same song you blogged about!) Great site – I’m on the point of finishing a Masters in French translation, and I love translating songs in my free time. I agree – it’s a fantastic way of learning some good expressions, although I have to admit that I’ve learned some weird idiomatic Canadian stuff from Céline Dion that they don’t really understand in la métropole!

  3. Hi! I found your blog while I was searching for the lyrics to “Comme des enfants”. Nice blog! I’m learning French too, and I found that listening to French music really does help build my vocabulary (and the music is great too). Your blog was really helpful, so thanks! =D

    • Thank you – I will be posting more songs soon! I hope that you visit again soon. Are there any artists in particular that you’d like to see translated? More Coeur de Pirate perhaps?

  4. Thank you, your blog is great! I have only recently started learning French and this is one of the best resources I’ve come across. Cheers!

  5. Uschi

    Great site and great way to improve French. Hope we’ll get more songs from you. How about some of Grégory Lemarchal?
    Thanks a lot, appreciate it!

    • darby.rahme@gmail.com

      Hi there – I know it’s been ages since I’ve updated but I plan to add more Alizée very soon. I’m going to start with J’en ai marre. Any other requests?

  6. Sisi

    Hey everybody, I find this page really great!
    I have just started to learn French and this is the best way for me to learn 🙂
    Please add more songs!!!
    Have a great day and greetings from Switzerland 🙂

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