The Early Singles

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The Early Singles
Compilation album by Céline Dion
Released March 8, 1999 (Netherlands)
Recorded 1981–1988
Genre Pop
Length 69:36
Label BR Music
Producer Didier Barbelivien, A.P. Keller, Eddy Marnay, Romano Musumarra, Rudy, Atilla Şereftuğ
Céline Dion chronology
These Are Special Times
(1998)These Are Special Times1998
The Early Singles
(1999)
Au cœur du stade
(1999)Au cœur du stade1999

The Early Singles is a greatest hits album by Canadian singer Celine Dion.

Track listing[change | change source]

# Title Writers Length
1. "Ce n'était qu'un rêve" T. Dion, C.Dion, J. Dion 3:52
2. "L'amour viendra" E. Marnay, A. Cassella, D.B. Bembo 4:20
3. "D'amour ou d'amitié" E. Marnay, R. Vincent, J.P. Lang 4:05
4. "Visa pour les beaux jours" E. Marnay, C. Loigerot, T. Geoffroy 3:28
5. "Mon ami m'a quittée" E. Marnay, C. Loigerot, T. Geoffroy 3:05
6. "La dodo la do" E. Marnay, C. Gaubert 3:06
7. "Ne me plaignez pas" E. Marnay, S. Thompson 3:45
8. "Mon rêve de toujours" E. Marnay, J. P. Goussaud 4:23
9. "Les oiseaux du bonheur" E. Marnay, A. Popp 3:28
10. "C'est pour vivre" E. Marnay, A. Popp 4:04
11. "Avec toi" E. Marnay, C. Loigerot, T. Geoffroy 3:18
12. "Billy" E. Marnay, P. Lemaitre 3:09
13. "En Amour" E. Marnay, C. Loigerot, T. Geoffroy 3:20
14. "Je ne veux pas" E. Marnay, R. Musumarra 4:06
15. "Comment t'aimer" E. Marnay, R. Musumarra 4:00
16. "La religieuse" D. Barbelivien 3:32
17. "C'est pour toi" E. Marnay, F. Orenn 4:07
18. "Ne partez pas sans moi" N. Martinetti, A. Sereftug 3:07
19. "Ne partez pas sans moi" (instrumental) 1 N. Martinetti, A. Şereftuğ 3:07

1 Listed as "Ne partez pas sans moi (karaoke version)" on the Les Hits re-release.

Release history[change | change source]

Format Region Label Date Title Catalog
CD Netherlands BR Music March 8, 1999 The Early Singles BX 530-2
February 10, 2009 Les Hits BX 530-1

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