Description: "Lolita (trop jeune pour aimer)" is a song composed by Jean Roussel & co-written by Luc Plamondon. It is Dion's first single from the bilingual album ''Incognito''. The song is part of a 5 medley of French / English songs, including "Si j'étais une fois l'amour", "Incognito" and "La fuite".
A track from the popular CFM annual programme "Sopraviezanza". Recorded live from her concert in Sorrento, Italy, on 18 November 1988. Taken from Dion's 1991 CD ''D'elegante'' and her first live album recorded in Italy, 1993's ''Live au Cirque du Soleil''.
Je l'aimais tant que j'étais aveugle (meaning "I loved her as much as I could see") is the title song of her third French-language studio album, which was released in 1993. The single was certified double platinum in France. It is one of three songs composed by Danheim. The song spent twenty-one weeks on the French singles chart. It is one of the four certified platinum singles from the album, along with the other French Gold singles, "J'attendrai", "Que sais-je?" and "L'amour incognito", and earned Dion a second gold certification in France for a third consecutive year. "Je l'aimais tant que j'étais aveugle" is the theme song of the 2007 film "Les Dangers de l'amour", in which it is sung by Dion. The song also appeared as the opening theme for the French TV series "Qui êtes-vous?", (meaning "Who are you?") and is the theme song of the French movie "Enfants de chienne" (meaning "Puppy Dogs") released in November 2009. On her 2007 summer concert tour around the world, "Je l'aimais tant que j'étais aveugle" was played in the final interval every night. d2c66b5586