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Je ne veux pas

"Je ne veux pas"
Single by Celine Dion
from the album The Best of Celine Dion
Released 1987 (1987)
Format 7", 12"
Genre Pop
Length 4:06
Label Pathé Marconi
Writer(s) Eddy Marnay, Romano Musumarra
Producer(s) Romano Musumarra
Celine Dion singles chronology
"Fais ce que tu voudras"
"Je ne veux pas"
"On traverse un miroir"

"Je ne veux pas" (meaning "I Don't Want To") is a single by Celine Dion, released in France in 1987.

The song was written and produced by Romano Musumarra who later worked with Dion on her 1991 album Dion chante Plamondon.[1]

The 7" B-side contained an unreleased track "Comment t'aimer," also produced by Musumarra, and the 12" included extended and extended instrumental version.

The back sleeve of the 12" indicates "Comment t'aimer" (5:27) as the B-side however, it is an extended instrumental for the same running time which is engraved in the record.

There was no follow-up album. The single was included on Dion's next year compilation The Best of Celine Dion.

"Je ne veux pas" was never released in Canada.


  • Formats and track listings 1
  • Official versions 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Formats and track listings

French 7" single

  1. "Je ne veux pas" – 4:06
  2. "Comment t'aimer" – 4:00

French 12" single

  1. "Je ne veux pas" (extended) – 6:37
  2. "Je ne veux pas" (extended instrumental) – 5:27

Official versions

  1. "Je ne veux pas" (extended) – 6:37
  2. "Je ne veux pas" (extended instrumental) – 5:27
  3. "Je ne veux pas" (album version) – 4:06


  1. ^ Glatzer, Jenna (2005). Céline Dion: For Keeps. Andrews McMeel Publishing.  

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