“Noël ensemble”: the French Christmas song that restores faith in humanity, solidarity, hope and love!

Dear readers,

Christmas is coming in a week! This is an opportynity to listen to Christmas songs but not just any. Today I would like to share this song called Noël ensemble. This is the first song of the charity album Noël ensemble which was released in 2000. The song was composed by Pascal Obispo and sung by the group of artists Les Enfoirés. Although this song is 15 years old, it is still relevant because of the message it sends: a call for solidarity, love and hope for all without discrimination. This is all we need to spend the holidays with serenity, enjoy!

noël ensemble

Here is a translation of the lyrics in English to help you understand the beauty of this Christmas message:

Christmas together
Spend Christmas together
Christmas together
Spend Christmas together
Forget the borders
Go beyond our quarrels
Tonight brings us together
Refuse to be alone
Go back to childhood
And be able to dream
Of a tree that touches the sky
Of forming a garland
And when everything is a spark
A star is waiting for us

Christmas together
Spend Christmas together
Christmas together
Spend Christmas together

In daylight
And against the silence
Around us
Let the magic work
Light flakes
And sun-filled eyes
When the nights are alike
With one word, a prayer
Make our hands reach

Christmas together
Spend Christmas together
Christmas together
Spend Christmas together

And promise a date
Each December
We know why we runs
When we are looking for love

Christmas together
Spend Christmas together
Christmas together
Spend Christmas together
Christmas together 🙂

 
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