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French song , written by Arthur Greenslade, sung by Serge Gainsbourg & Jane Birkin. The song was originally written for and recorded in 1968 with Gainsbourg's then girlfriend, Brigitte Bardot. Serge Gainsbourg met and fell in love with ,English actress Jane Birkin on the set of their film slogan. Je t'aime moi non plus was re-recorded with Jane Birkin replacing Bardot and it was released early in 1969. LYRICS AND TRANSLATION.......................Je t'aime, je t'aime. I LOVE YOU, I LOVE YOU****** oh, oui je t'aime!. OH, YES I LOVE YOU!. ******** moi non plus. NO LONGER ME. ***** oh mon amour.. OH, MY LOVE... ******** comme la vague irresolute. LIKE THE UNDECIDED WAVE ****** je vais, je vais et je viens. I GO, I GO AND I COME ****** entre tes reins. BETWEEN YOUR LOINS ****** je vais et je viens. I GO AND I COME ***** entre tes reins. BETWEEN YOUR LOINS*****et je me retiens. AND I HOLD BACK
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In 1968 Gainsbourg had written "Je t'aime, moi non plus", an explicitly erotic song which he had recorded with Brigitte Bardot. After the pair's relationship had ended, Bardot begged Gainsbourg not to release the recording as a single and Gainsbourg, the perfect gentleman, respected her wishes. However, in 1969 Jane recorded the notorious song as a duet with Gainsbourg and it appeared on the pair's joint album "Jane Birkin Serge Gainsbourg".
When "Je t'aime moi non plus" was released as a single later that year it caused an absolute scandal. Indeed, Gainsbourg's erotic lyrics and Jane's passionate whispering totally outraged public opinion. The international press attacked the song's "lewd" message, radios banned it from their playlists and the Vatican went so far as to issue a statement condemning the immoral nature of the song. In short, "Je t'aime moi non plus" benefited from a huge amount of free publicity and rocketed straight to the top of the charts, selling around a million copies in the space of just a few months. Needless to say, Gainsbourg and Birkin became the most scandalous couple of the year and their relationship became the subject of intense media scrutiny.
En 1969 "Je t'aime moi non plus" (Yo te amo, yo tampoco), una canción que tras una apariencia inofensiva, escondía un delicioso himno a la libertad sexual, lanzó a la fama a una de las parejas más relevantes en la historia de la música, Serge Gainsbourg y Jane Birkin. El single, aún siendo condenado por la Iglesia y censurado en media Europa, vendió más de un millón de copias.
prezentacja i piosenka: Jane Birkin & Serge Gainsbourg "Je T'aime Moi Non Plus