Tous les garçons et les filles  

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Tous les garçons et les filles is the first studio album of the French popular singer Françoise Hardy. Like many of Hardy's earlier albums, it was released with no title, except for her name on the cover, but has become known by the title of the most successful song on the album, "Tous les garçons et les filles".


Except for tracks 4 and 5, all lyrics were written by Françoise Hardy, with music composed by Françoise Hardy and Roger Samyn.

  1. "Tous les garçons et les filles" – 3:08
  2. "Ça a raté" – 2:02
  3. "La fille avec toi" – 2:40
  4. "Oh oh chéri" – 2:22
    Original title: "Uh Oh", with lyrics and music by Bobby Lee Trammell
    First performed by Bobby Lee Trammell in 1958
    French adaptation by Jil and Jan.
  5. "Le temps de l’amour" – 2:27
    Lyrics: Lucien Morisse and André Salvet
    Music: Jacques Dutronc
  6. "Il est tout pour moi" – 1:58
  7. "On se plaît" – 2:09
  8. "Ton meilleur ami" – 2:10
  9. "J’ai jeté mon cœur" – 2:33
  10. "Il est parti un jour" – 1:49
  11. "J’suis d’accord" – 2:05
  12. "C’est à l’amour auquel je pense" – 3:10

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