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Patricia Kaas

Patricia Kaas (French: [kas]; born 5 December 1966 in Forbach) is a French singer and actress. Her music is a mix of pop, cabaret, jazz, and chanson.
Since the appearance of her 1988 debut album, Mademoiselle chante..., Kaas has sold over 17 million records worldwide. She had her greatest success in Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Canada, Russia, Finland, Ukraine, and Korea with her third album Je te dis vous. In 2002, Kaas made her film debut in And now... Ladies and Gentlemen with Jeremy Irons. She represented France in the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 in Moscow, and finished in eighth place.
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Mon mec à moi

"Mon mec à moi" is the name of a 1987 song recorded by the French singer Patricia Kaas. It was her third single from her debut studio album, Mademoiselle chante..., on which it features as first track, and her fourth single overall. Released in November 1988, it was Kaas' first top five hit in France, which remains her best peak position on the French Singles Chart.

After the success of the two previous singles, "Mademoiselle chante le blues" and "D'Allemagne", which had precedeed the album release, Kaas came out what was really the first single from Mademoiselle chante..., "Mon mec à moi".

The text was written by Didier Barbelivien and the music composed by François Bernheim. In the song, the narrator tells her love life with her boyfriend who says to her many lies in which she believes by love for him.

"Mon mec à moi" has become a "real popular success" throughout the years.

The song was performed during Kaas' concert tours in 1991, 1994 and 1998, and was thus included on the live albums Carnets de scène, Tour de charme and Rendez-vous and also on the singer's best of Rien ne s'arrête and Ma Liberté contre la tienne in a live version.
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