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Comme un cœur froid

"Comme un cœur froid"
Single by Celine Dion
from the album Incognito
Released January 1988 (1988-01)
Format 7"
Genre Pop
Length 5:13
Label CBS
Writer(s) Eddy Marnay, Jean-Alain Roussel
Producer(s) Jean-Alain Roussel
Celine Dion singles chronology
"La religieuse"
(1987)
"Comme un cœur froid"
(1988)
"Ne partez pas sans moi"
(1988)

"Comme un cœur froid" (meaning "Like a Frozen Heart") is the fourth single from Celine Dion's album Incognito, released in February 1988 in Quebec, Canada.[1]

The song became a hit reaching number 1 in Quebec for two weeks. It entered the chart on February 6, 1988 and spent twenty four weeks on it.

A music video was made for the Incognito TV special which aired in September 1987. It was produced by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and directed by Jacques Payette.

Thanks to "Comme un cœur froid," Jean-Alain Roussel won the Félix Award for Arranger of the Year.

Contents

  • Formats and track listings 1
  • Charts 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Formats and track listings

Canadian 7" single

  1. "Comme un cœur froid" – 5:13
  2. "Ma chambre" – 4:14

Charts

Chart (1988) Peak
position
Quebec (ADISQ)[2] 4

See also

References

  1. ^ Incognito. Retrieved January 31, 1996.
  2. ^ "Québec Info Musique: Céline Dion". Québec Info Musique. Retrieved 2 September 2014. 
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