The song was first recorded by the French singer Roland Gerbeau in It was not until that Trenet recorded his own version. According to Trenet he wrote a first version of the song's lyrics as poem at the age of 16, many years before he came up with a tune for it. The tune came to him while traveling on train in while he was gazing out of the window at a couple of ponds. The same day at night they already performed it in front of an audience but without receiving much reception. The orchestration and chorus were provided by Albert Lasny. Trenet himself recorded his song for the first time in Over the years the song turned out to be rather popular throughout the world and developed into a chanson classic and jazz standard with a large number of prominent artists recording their own versions.
The song was first recorded by the French singer Roland Gerbeau in When Trenet's version was released in , it became an unexpected hit, and has remained a chanson classic and jazz standard ever since. Trenet said that he had written an initial version of the song's lyrics as a poem at the age of 16, many years before he came up with a tune for it. That evening they performed it in front of an audience without much of an impact. The song was not recorded before the end of World War II. It was first offered to Suzy Solidor , who, however, declined it.
When my nomo husband does go to church we discuss the talks. Even selfish at times. Just a woman who envies the good life of being a medical doctor's wife.
But I do still largely consider us an interfaith couple. And there's a story I'm going to look again for too. I have had several people tell me that now that they know our family all preconceived notions of the "doctor's wife" and the lifestyle of a doctor have completely changed. Despite having three children around, it gets super lonely. She might not be keeping the Word of Wisdom, living according to the Law of Chastity, or attending church regularly. Ask her out on dates.