“Je suis malade”: An eternal song about a heartbreak, across generations and beyond death

Thank you Mr. Serge Lama
for your masterpiece…

A heartbreak is a universal theme to which most, if not everyone (including deer), can relate to in one way or in another. Indeed, Bambi had an earlier post on this topic, shown at the end of this one.

Thankfully, our world includes inspiring artists to compose music, write poetry, song lyrics, and plays on themes like breakups. Thank Goodness too, our world is made more beautiful with singers who have fabulous-sounding voices. Through them, music can magically transport us to different times and/or places. It can transform us and even heal us, in addition to entertaining us. Is there anything more powerful than music in life?

Well, according to Bambi, one of of the most powerful French songs about heartbreaks is “Je suis malade” [I am sick]. The latter was written by Mr. Serge Lama (French singer and songwriter), with Ms. Alice Dona, for Dalida. This song was made even more famous later, thanks to Ms. Lara Fabian… and today it is being honoured again by Mr. Alexis Carlier, as you can see below.

First, if you wish, you may listen to Ms. Lara Fabian’s amazing performance with English sub-titles, for your convenience.

Second, Bambi will invite you to take a few moment to listen to the most recent “short” video by Mr. Alexis Carlier who was feautured in an older post shared further below. Isn’t he fantastic?

Last but not least, the cherry on the cake of this musical post will be a performance between the GREAT Mr. Lama himself with the late YET eternal Dalida. Bambi hopes you will enjoy this performance as well.

One thought on ““Je suis malade”: An eternal song about a heartbreak, across generations and beyond death”

  1. Bambi would like to thank her friend Hala from Lebanon for sharing the following incredible talent. WOW! Best wishes to Ms. Marilyne Naaman in “The Voice” of France! Bravo to Chadi who played the oud!
    https://youtu.be/iLRCDUEm-L0 . This 24-year-old actress and singer sang “Je suis malade” and she incorporated an Arabic piece into it!

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