Les Mots (song)
"Les Mots" (English: "The Words") is a 2001 song recorded as a duet by French singer-songwriter Mylène Farmer and English soul singer Seal. It was the first single from her best of, Les Mots, and was released on 13 November 2002. It was Farmer's third duet, after those with Jean-Louis Murat in 1991 and Khaled in 1997, and her first international duet. In addition, "Les Mots" is a bilingual song, containing verses in French (sung by Farmer) and in English (by Seal). In terms of sales, "Les Mots" is Farmer's fourth biggest success in France, behind "Désenchantée", "Pourvu qu'elles soient douces" and "Sans contrefaçon".
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