The video outlines the idea from the lyrics: the destitution of a father. Among his hit songs there are Alors on Dance and Papaoutai. Stromae - Heart Is King 5. Stromae - I Found U Remode 9. Stromae is a Belgian singer who managed to escalate into the musical area thanks to his talent. Stromae - Lead Guitar 15. As an example, the song Papaoutai was on the 1 st position in the Belgium musical chart Ultratop.
Take a look over the piano sheet we made for you! In addition, the song is accompanied by an expressive music video created by Raf Reyntjens. Stromae - I Found U - Radio Edit 8. Stromae - Heart Is King Original Mix 4. The song Papaoutai was written by Stromae and it means Papa où t'es — a French expression for Dad, where are you. Stromae - Heart Is King - Original 11. The title represents a rhetorical question: Papa où t'es? The video was well-received, having a big number of views on Youtube. Stromae - Nothing But Love Remode 3.
Therefore, Papaoutai is a strong story sung on happy rhythm, being in the same time a sign of warning for all the fathers in the world who make their children ask papa où t'es? Stromae - Together - Original 13. Stromae - Feel The Vibe - Original 14. Stromae - Leave The World Behind - Original 7. In a creative way, Reyntjens shows this family drama. Stromae - I Found U 10. In this case, the boy also becomes an emotionless figure. Besides that, it is amazing how a sad life lesson can be offered on some cheerful musical notes.
Stromae - It's True 12. In this combination -great lyrics, catchy rhythm and expressive video- Stromae quickly entered into musical charts and earned some important positions. . Being marked by the absence of one parent, Stromae placed his childhood drama on some cheerful musical notes. Also, in countries like France, Romania, Finland or Russia, Papaoutai earned important positions in musical charts.
Stromae - Leave The World Behind - Radio Edit 6. Stromae - Feel The Vibe 2. The end of the video presents the sad truth: the kids will always take the example of their parents. The song was released on 13 th of May, 2013 and it took part of the second album of Stromae: Racine Carrée. . . .
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