"La Rivière de notre enfance" is the name of a 2004 song recorded in duet by the Canadian singer Garou and the French artist Michel Sardou. It was released on November 2004 as the third single from Garou's second studio album, Reviens, on which it features as 17th track, and the first single from Sardou's album, Du Plaisir (fourth track). The song was a number one hit in France and Belgium (Wallonia) and also achieved success in Switzerland. It was the fourth #1 hit in France for Garou, allowing him to be the artist who totals the most weeks at #1 in this country.
It features on many French compilations, such as Duos and the charity album Solidarité Asie, featuring on it as the first track.
The song was written by the famous composer and songwriter Didier Barbelivien, who also wrote composed several hits for various artists such as Elsa Lunghini, Patricia Kaas, Johnny Hallyday, Caroline Legrand and Corynne Charby.
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