Plaisir d’Amour – lyrics and chords

The lyrics to Plaisir d’Amour are of a woman’s love affair that ends in heartache. The chords are presented here in the chord D major. Use our chord converter to play the song in other keys.

 
D 
Plaisir 
 
 
A7 
d’a
D 
mour ne  
G 
dure 
 
 
D 
qu’un 
 
mo
A7 
ment
 
Cha
G 
grin 
 
 
A7 
d’a
D 
mour dure  
G 
toute la  
D – A7 – D 
vie.

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The joys of love are but a moment long
The pain of love endures the whole night long.

Your eyes kissed mine, I saw a love in them shine
You brought me heaven on earth, when your eyes kissed mine.

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My love loves me, and all the wonders I see
A rainbow shines in my window, my love loves me.

And now he’s gone, like a dream that fades into dawn
But the world stays locked in my heartstrings, my love loves me.

Plaisir d’amour, ne dure qu’un moment
Chagrin d’amour dure toute la vie.

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[D]Plaisir [A7]d’a[D]mour ne [G]dure [D]qu’un mo[A7]ment
Cha[G]grin [A7]d’a[D]mour dure [G]toute la [D – A7 – D]vie.

The joys of love are but a moment long
The pain of love endures the whole night long.

Your eyes kissed mine, I saw a love in them shine
You brought me heaven on earth, when your eyes kissed mine.

My love loves me, and all the wonders I see
A rainbow shines in my window, my love loves me.

And now he’s gone, like a dream that fades into dawn
But the world stays locked in my heartstrings, my love loves me.

Plaisir d’amour, ne dure qu’un moment
Chagrin d’amour dure toute la vie.

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Plaisir d’Amour lyrics and chords

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