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8 thoughts on “ Cest La Vie - Shania Twain - Up! (CD, Album)

  1. Jan 11,  · Shania Twain Fan Promo Music Video for C'est La Vie the Blue version from the album "Up!" featuring Rare footage from album promotional photo shoots for the Up album.
  2. Oh yeah, ah, yeah, yeah, yeah It must be Monday, what a dumb day Can't drag my butt out of bed Somebody stop me Need another coffee Like a hole in my head When every day begins this way Gets you down and can drive you mad The daily grind can freak your mind But life isn't all that bad Don't let it get to you C'est la vie, that's life And that's how it's gonna be C'est la vie, hold tight It.
  3. Stream Up! by Shania Twain and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members. C'est La Vie (Red Version) C'est La Vie (Red Version) Listen Now $ I'm Jealous (Red Version) So the follow up album Up!, picks up where Come On Over left off. /5().
  4. When Up! was released in November , Shania Twain revealed in one of many promotional interviews that she writes far more songs than can fit on her records and that she hides any personal, introspective songs she pens, not even playing them for her husband and collaborator Robert John "Mutt" achquehydwiquacomicsaqatesampgnan.coinfo, this is certainly a psychological quirk worth exploring, but it also suggests why Twain's.
  5. C'est la Vie This song is by Shania Twain and appears on the album Up! (). It must be Monday! What a dumb day! Can't drag my butt outta bed Somebody stop me I need another coffee Like.
  6. Save Up! (Green Version) Add to Playlist. 1. Up! 2. I'm Gonna Getcha Good. 3. She's Not Just A Pretty Face. 4. It Only Hurts When I'm Breathing. 8. Nah! 9 (Wanna Get To Know You) That Good! C'est La Vie. I'm Jealous. Ka-Ching! Thank You Baby! (For Makin' Someday Come So Soon) Waiter! Bring Me Water! Shania Twain.
  7. "Up!" is a song co-written and recorded by Canadian country music singer Shania Twain. It is the title track and second country single from her album of the same name. The song was written by Twain and her then-husband, Robert John "Mutt" Lange.