|1||Chanson Sur Ma Drole De Vie|
|2||Un Peu Plus De Noir|
|3||Une Nuit Sur Son Epaule|
|5||On M'attend Là-Bas|
|8||Le Maudit ( Mais Ta Douleur Efface Ta Faute)|
|12||Le temps est assassin|
|13||Comme je l'imagine|
|14||Celui qui n'essaie pas|
|15||J'y perds des plumes|
|19||Quelques mots d'amour|
Véronique Sanson (full name, Véronique Marie Line Sanson, born 24 April 1949, in Boulogne-Billancourt, near Paris, France) is a two-time Victoires de la Musique Award-winning French singer-songwriter, musician, and producer with an avid following in her native country.
She brings a very personal vocal style to the singing of French pop songs: Her voice has a very strong vibrato. Today, Véronique Sanson is still considered to be one of the most talented French songwriters, and each of her appearance in the media is a popular event.
Unlike most previous French artists of the Sixties and early Seventies, who mostly released EPs usually consisting of a collection of singles, B-sides and covers, Sanson was one of the first female artists to release actual albums with a full-length artistic statement and comprising songs flowing together thematically. In 1972, her breakthrough album (Amoureuse) was reviewed by many critics as a revolution, and ten years after Barbara, Véronique Sanson became one of the very first French female singer-songwriters to break into stardom.