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Qu'il est formidable d'aimer

GIANADDA Jean Claude

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Jean-Claude Gianadda

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Il est notre lumière 00:03:13

Jean-Claude Gianadda, Performer, Composer

2005 Studio SM

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Qu'il est formidable de s'aimer 00:03:58

Jean-Claude Gianadda, Performer, Composer

2005 Studio SM

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Chercher avec toi, Marie 00:03:17

Jean-Claude Gianadda, Performer, Composer

2005 Studio SM

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Troubadours et baladins 00:04:22

Jean-Claude Gianadda, Performer, Composer

2005 Studio SM

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Rêve d'un monde 00:03:31

Jean-Claude Gianadda, Performer, Composer

2005 Studio SM

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Bénis le Seigneur 00:03:22

Jean-Claude Gianadda, Performer, Composer

2005 Studio SM

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Tiens ma lampe allumée 00:04:26

Jean-Claude Gianadda, Performer, Composer

2005 Studio SM

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Un ami pour inventer la route 00:03:00

Jean-Claude Gianadda, Performer, Composer

2005 Studio SM

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Vienne, vienne la colombe 00:03:58

Jean-Claude Gianadda, Performer, Composer

2005 Studio SM

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Mets dans tes mains 00:05:06

Jean-Claude Gianadda, Performer, Composer

2005 Studio SM

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Jonathan le goëland 00:03:53

Jean-Claude Gianadda, Performer, Composer

2005 Studio SM

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Il y a longtemps 00:03:32

Jean-Claude Gianadda, Performer, Composer

2005 Studio SM

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Love 00:02:26

Jean-Claude Gianadda, Performer, Composer

2005 Studio SM

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Je viens vers toi les mains ouvertes 00:04:03

Jean-Claude Gianadda, Performer, Composer

2005 Studio SM

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Devant ton icône, Marie 00:03:32

Jean-Claude Gianadda, Performer, Composer

2005 Studio SM

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Il suffit d'une larme 00:03:50

Jean-Claude Gianadda, Performer, Composer

2005 Studio SM

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Peuples chantez son nom 00:02:30

Jean-Claude Gianadda, Performer, Composer

2005 Studio SM

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Trouver dans ma vie Ta présence 00:03:44

Jean-Claude Gianadda, Performer, Composer

2005 Studio SM

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