A sad sea song with a soothing melody. Began as French but now is widely known in French-speaking Canada as well.
Forms of the Imperative; Use with pronoun objects; the Third-Person Imperative; and Yet Other Matters Imperative.
A wonderful song expressing the same sentiment as Camus’s Meurseult: Je n’aime pas le dimanche.
The Our Father in the version currently used in the RC liturgy in French. (Official from December 3 2017: a slight change to petition 6.)
The best of all children’s songs, full of drama, pathos, piety, humor, and with a rousing rhythm. On top of all which, it is neverending.
The arch-typical traditional French song, recounting the nocturnal adventures of Pierrot, Lubin, and an unnamed third person.
France’s stirring national anthem. Its “us versus them” sentiment can be (and has been) put to use in a multitude of situations.