"Je ne vous oublie pas" (in English "I Won't Forget You") is the lead single from Céline Dion's French-language greatest hits album, entitled On ne change pas. It was released as a music download in Canada on September 27, 2005 and in France on October 3, 2005. The CD single was released in France, Belgium and Switzerland on October 10, 2005.[1]

The lyrics by Jacques Veneruso, who worked with Céline Dion on her previous French album 1 fille & 4 types, say that the song is a dedication to all Dion's fans, a declaration of love. Veneruso wrote and produced also four tracks for Dion's next French album D'elles, as well as the lead single fromSans attendre.

The music video was filmed and directed by Didier Kerbrat in Montreal's Imperial Theatre in July 2005, and released in September 2005.

Céline Dion visited France in October 2005 to promote her new album and performed "Je ne vous oublie pas" in various TV shows. The single reached there number 2 and was certified silver (165,000 copies sold). It was also successful in other countries, reaching number 3 in Quebec, number 4 in Belgium Wallonia and number 21 in Switzerland.

"Je ne vous oublie pas" was nominated for a 2006 Félix Award in Best Song of the Year category.

The version of "Je ne vous oublie pas" performed by Céline Dion and Les 500 Choristes was released in November 2006, on their album 500 Choristes avec.../vol.2. It was later included on Dion's 2007 single "Et s'il n'en restait qu'une (je serais celle-là)."

In 2013, Dion performed a capella snippets of the song both as an introduction and as an outro for her Sans attendre Tour concerts.


 [hide*1 Formats and track listings

Formats and track listings[edit]Edit

European CD single

  1. "Je ne vous oublie pas" – 3:35
  2. "Sous le vent" (with Garou and Les 500 Choristes) – 3:34
  3. "Je ne vous oublie pas" (instrumental version) – 3:35

Official versions[edit]Edit

  1. "Je ne vous oublie pas" (with Les 500 Choristes) – 3:35
  2. "Je ne vous oublie pas" (instrumental version) – 3:35
  3. "Je ne vous oublie pas" (album version) – 3:35

Charts and certifications[edit]Edit


Chart (2005) Peak


Belgian Flandres Ultratip Chart[2] 9
Belgian Wallonia Singles Chart[3] 4
Canadian Adult Contemporary Chart[4] 23
European Singles Chart[5] 8
French Singles Chart[6] 2
Quebec BDS Chart[7] 3
Quebec Radio Correspondents Chart[8] 5
Swiss Singles Chart[9] 21


Country Certification
France Silver[10]

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