On S'est Aimé à Cause

"On s'est aimé à cause"
Single by Céline Dion
from the album D'elles
Released August 20, 2007 (2007-08-20)
Format Promotional recording
Recorded Studio Avatar
Genre Pop
Length 4:04
Label Columbia, Epic
Writer(s) Françoise Dorin, Marc Dupré, Jean-François Breau
Producer Tino Izzo
Céline Dion singles chronology

"Le temps qui compte"
"On s'est aimé à cause"
"Taking Chances"

"On s'est aimé à cause" (meaning "We've Loved Each Other Because") is the third and last single released in Quebec from Céline Dion's French album D'elles. It was sent to the radio stations on August 20, 2007.[1]

The lyrics were written by Françoise Dorin (author of "Et s'il n'en restait qu'une (je serais celle-là)") and music by Marc Dupré and Jean-François Breau. Tino Izzo produced the track. Dion worked with Izzo already on "Plus haut que moi" in 1993 and "Tout près du bonheur" in 2005 (which she recorded as a duet with Dupré, who also co-wrote this song). Later, Izzo wrote also "A World to Believe In" for the Taking Chances album.

Céline Dion performed "On s'est aimé à cause" during the Quebecer TVA TV special dedicated to the issue of her album D'elles.

There was no music video made for this track.

D'elles includes also another version of this song, called "A cause." It was recorded with music by Jacques Veneruso, who also produced the track. The lyrics were modified to fit the danceable arrangement. "A cause" was released as a radio single in France in late January 2008. At the same time radio stations in France started to play "On s'est aimé à cause.

Formats and track listings

Canadian promotional CD single

  1. "On s'est aimé à cause" – 4:04


Chart (2007) Peak
Canadian Adult Contemporary Chart[2] 23
Quebec Radio Correspondents Chart[3] 5


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