Celine Dion singles discography

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Celine Dion singles discography
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Canadian singer Celine Dion has released 153 singles. At age twelve, Dion collaborated with her mother and brother, Jacques to compose her first song, "Ce n'était qu'un rêve", which was released as a single in Quebec, Canada in 1981. [1] During the 1980s, Dion topped the Quebec chart with six of her singles, including "D'amour ou d'amitié", "Mon ami m'a quittée", and four songs from the Incognito album. In 1985, "Une colombe" won two Félix Awards for Song of the Year and Best Selling Single of the Year. [2] Both "D'amour ou d'amitié" and "Une colombe" were certified gold in Canada. Elsewhere, "Tellement j'ai d'amour pour toi" won the Best Song Award at the World Popular Song Festival in Japan in 1982, and in 1983, Dion became the first Canadian artist to receive a gold record in France for the single "D'amour ou d'amitié". [3] [4] Further success in Europe came when she represented Switzerland in the Eurovision Song Contest 1988 with the song "Ne partez pas sans moi", which later won the contest. [5]

Celine Dion Canadian singer

Céline Marie Claudette Dion is a Canadian singer. Born into a large family from Charlemagne, Quebec, she emerged as a teen star in her homeland with a series of French-language albums during the 1980s. She first gained international recognition by winning both the 1982 Yamaha World Popular Song Festival and the 1988 Eurovision Song Contest, where she represented Switzerland. After learning to speak English, she signed on to Epic Records in the United States. In 1990, Dion released her debut English-language album, Unison, establishing herself as a viable pop artist in North America and other English-speaking areas of the world.

Single (music) Type of music release usually containing one or two tracks

In the music industry, a single is a type of release, typically a song recording of fewer tracks than an LP record or an album. This can be released for sale to the public in a variety of different formats. In most cases, a single is a song that is released separately from an album, although it usually also appears on an album. Typically, these are the songs from albums that are released separately for promotional uses such as digital download or commercial radio airplay and are expected to be the most popular. In other cases a recording released as a single may not appear on an album.

Thérèse Tanguay-Dion, MSM, popularly known as Maman Dion, is a Canadian television personality and the mother of singer Céline Dion.

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In 1990, Dion made her debut into the American market with Unison . The album included "Where Does My Heart Beat Now", which became her first single to reach the top ten on the US Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number four. In 1991, Dion sang with Peabo Bryson in the song "Beauty and the Beast". [6] It became her second top ten Billboard Hot 100 single, first top ten entry in the United Kingdom, and won the Academy Award for Best Original Song, as well the Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals. [7] Her following single from Celine Dion , "If You Asked Me To" peaked at number four on the Billboard Hot 100 and topped the chart in Canada. Released in late 1993, The Colour of My Love spawned Dion's first US and Australian, and second Canadian number-one single, "The Power of Love". [8] In the United States, the song was certified platinum and has sold 1.5 million copies. [9] Another single from The Colour of My Love, "Think Twice" topped the UK Singles Chart for seven weeks and has sold over 1.3 million copies there. [10] [11] It became only the fourth million-selling single ever in the UK by a female artist. [12] "Think Twice" also topped the charts in other European countries, including Belgium, Denmark, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway and Sweden. [13] [14] [15]

<i>Unison</i> (Celine Dion album) 1990 studio album by Celine Dion

Unison is the ninth studio album by Canadian singer Celine Dion and her first English-language album. Released on 2 April 1990 by Columbia Records, it features a mix of dance songs and ballads influenced by the 1980s soft rock. The album was produced by David Foster, Christopher Neil, Andy Goldmark and Tom Keane. Upon its release, Unison received generally positive reviews from music critics, who complimented Dion's voice and technique, as well as the album's content.

Where Does My Heart Beat Now 1990 single by Celine Dion

"Where Does My Heart Beat Now" is a song performed by Canadian singer Celine Dion, taken from her first English-language studio album, Unison (1990). It was released by Columbia Records as the third single in Canada on 1 October 1990. It was also issued as the first single in the United States in late 1990, and in other parts of the world in early 1991. "Where Does My Heart Beat Now" was written by Robert White Johnson and Taylor Rhodes in 1988 and recorded by Dion one year later. It was produced by Christopher Neil. Dion premiered this song at the Eurovision Song Contest 1989 in Switzerland, where she performed it along with her 1988 winning track, "Ne partez pas sans moi".

The Billboard Hot 100 is the music industry standard record chart in the United States for songs, published weekly by Billboard magazine. Chart rankings are based on sales, radio play, and online streaming in the United States.

Keeping to her French roots, Dion continued to release French language recordings between each English album. After Dion chante Plamondon in 1991, D'eux was released in 1995 and amassed huge success with the single, "Pour que tu m'aimes encore". The song reached number one in France, stayed at the top position for twelve weeks, and has sold one million copies in this country, alone. [16] "Pour que tu m'aimes encore" topped the charts in Francophone countries and also peaked inside top ten in the UK, Ireland, Netherlands and Sweden. [13] [17] The next single, "Je sais pas" also reached number one in France and Belgium. In 1995, Dion released "To Love You More" in Japan, where it reached number one, selling 1.5 million copies. [18] [19] As a result, she became the first non-Japanese artist in twelve years to garner a number-one hit on the Oricon Singles Chart. [20]

<i>Dion chante Plamondon</i> 1991 studio album by Celine Dion

Dion chante Plamondon is the tenth studio album by Canadian singer Celine Dion. It was originally released on 4 November 1991 by Columbia Records and features French-language songs with words written by French-Canadian lyricist, Luc Plamondon. In Francophone countries in Europe, the album was renamed Des mots qui sonnent, meaning Words That Resonate. It includes French hit song, "Un garçon pas comme les autres (Ziggy)". Dion chante Plamondon won the Juno Award for Francophone Album of the Year and Félix Award for Best Selling Album of the Year. It topped the chart in Quebec and reached number four in France.

<i>Deux</i> 1995 studio album by Celine Dion

D'eux is a French-language studio album by Canadian singer Celine Dion, released by Columbia Records on 30 March 1995 in Canada and on 3 April 1995 in France. It was issued in other countries in the following months. In the United States, it was released under the title The French Album. D'eux was preceded by the lead hit single, "Pour que tu m'aimes encore". The album was mainly written and produced by French singer-songwriter, Jean-Jacques Goldman. It garnered favorable reviews from music critics and became the best-selling French-language album of all time, with sales of over ten million copies worldwide.

Pour que tu maimes encore 1995 single by Celine Dion

"Pour que tu m'aimes encore" is a French-language song by Canadian singer Celine Dion, recorded for her French studio album, D'eux (1995). It was released as the lead single on 13 March 1995 in Francophone countries and in September 1995 in other European countries. In Canada it was a radio only release. The song was also released in Japan in October 1996. According to Dion, it is the biggest song of her French career. She also recorded it in English as "If That's What it Takes" and included it on her 1996 album, Falling into You.

Released in 1996, Falling into You featured the US, Canadian and Australian chart topping single "Because You Loved Me", which has sold over two million copies in the US alone and is Dion's biggest Billboard Hot 100 hit. [9] [21] Other successful singles from the album included "It's All Coming Back to Me Now" and "All by Myself", which both reached the top five on the Billboard Hot 100. "It's All Coming Back to Me Now" became Dion's third platinum single in the US, with sales of 1.6 million copies. [9] In 1997, she released the most-successful single of her career, "My Heart Will Go On". [22] Serving as the love theme to the 1997 blockbuster motion picture, Titanic (also included on Let's Talk About Love ), the single topped the charts across the world, and became Dion's signature song. [23] "My Heart Will Go On" won the Academy Award for Best Original Song, and it gave Dion two additional Grammy Awards for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, and the most coveted Record of the Year. [24] "My Heart Will Go On" was certified diamond, multi-platinum and gold around the world. It remains Dion's highest seller and one of the best-selling singles of all time, with global sales of over fifteen million copies, including two million in Germany, 1.8 million in the US, 1.5 million in the UK, and 1.2 million units in France. [9] [10] [16] [25] With "Think Twice" and "My Heart Will Go On", Dion became the first female artist with two million-selling singles in the UK. [26] [27] She is also one of the biggest selling female singles artists of all time in the UK. [28]

<i>Falling into You</i> 1996 studio album by Celine Dion

Falling into You is the fourth English-language studio album by Canadian singer Celine Dion, released on 11 March 1996 by Columbia/Epic Records. The follow-up to her commercially successful album The Colour of My Love (1993) and French-language D'eux (1995), Falling into You showed a further progression of Dion's music. Throughout the project, she collaborated with Jim Steinman, who wrote and produced "It's All Coming Back to Me Now", among others. Several songs were produced by David Foster, including Diane Warren's "Because You Loved Me". Generally, Dion worked with fourteen producers on Falling into You and a variety of songwriters and musicians.

Because You Loved Me 1996 single by Celine Dion

"Because You Loved Me" is a song recorded by Canadian singer Celine Dion for her fourth English-language studio album, Falling into You (1996). It was released on 20 February 1996, as the first single in North America, South America and Asia. It was released as the second single from the album in Australia, on 29 April 1996, and in May 1996 in Europe. "Because You Loved Me" was written by Diane Warren and produced by David Foster, and served as the theme song from the 1996 film Up Close and Personal, starring Robert Redford and Michelle Pfeiffer.

My Heart Will Go On 1997 single by Céline Dion

"My Heart Will Go On" is a song written by James Horner and Will Jennings, produced by Walter Afanasieff, Horner and Simon Franglen, and recorded by Canadian singer Celine Dion. It serves as the main theme song to James Cameron's blockbuster film Titanic, which is based on an account of the British transatlantic ocean liner of the same name which sank in 1912 after colliding with an iceberg in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean.

In 1998, Dion released another French-language album, S'il suffisait d'aimer , and her first English-language holiday album, These Are Special Times . The latter featured "I'm Your Angel", a duet with R. Kelly, which became Dion's fourth Billboard Hot 100 number-one and her fourth million-selling platinum single in the US. Released in 1999, All the Way... A Decade of Song included the successful lead single "That's the Way It Is", which reached number six on the Billboard Hot 100. After a two-year hiatus, Dion appeared on Garou's single, "Sous le vent". This duet reached number one in Francophone countries, and was certified diamond in France. In 2002, Dion released the album, A New Day Has Come . The first single was the title track, which peaked at number twenty-two on the Billboard Hot 100, and spent twenty-one consecutive weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks, breaking the record for the longest span at the top. [29] The previous record holder was Dion's own "Because You Loved Me", which lasted nineteen weeks at number one. [29] Dion has logged 87 weeks atop the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart, the most of any artist. [30] She has also tallied the most AC number ones – eleven – by a female artist. [30] In 2007, the single "Taking Chances" gave Dion ownership of the most top ten hits on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks, with twenty-one during the last two decades. [31] Dion also boasts the most AC entries (42) and most number ones among all artists since her arrival. [30] [32] [33] Her last US AC chart entry include "Ashes" from the 2018 American superhero film, Deadpool 2 . [33]

<i>Sil suffisait daimer</i> 1998 studio album by Celine Dion

S'il suffisait d'aimer is a French-language studio album by Canadian singer Celine Dion, released by Columbia Records on 7 September 1998. The album was mainly written and produced by French singer-songwriter, Jean-Jacques Goldman. It garnered favorable reviews from music critics and became the second best-selling French-language album of all time, after Dion's own D'eux (1995). It includes three hit singles: "Zora sourit", "S'il suffisait d'aimer" and "On ne change pas". S'il suffisait d'aimer won the Juno Award for Best Selling Francophone Album of the Year.

<i>These Are Special Times</i> 1998 studio album by Celine Dion

These Are Special Times is the sixth English-language studio album and the first English-language Christmas album by Canadian singer Celine Dion. Released by Sony Music Entertainment on 30 October 1998, it features cover versions of popular Christmas tunes and original material. Dion worked with David Foster and Ric Wake, who produced most of the tracks for the album. Other producers include R. Kelly and Bryan Adams. Critics praised Dion's commitment to the recorded material, as well as the production of the songs.

Im Your Angel 1998 single by Celine Dion and R. Kelly

"I'm Your Angel" is a duet by Celine Dion and R. Kelly from Dion's These Are Special Times album and Kelly's R. album. It was released on 16 November 1998. The song was written and produced by R. Kelly. The single was very successful, reaching number one in the United States and was certified platinum by the RIAA. The single also reached the top five in the United Kingdom and Ireland.

Singles

1980s

YearTitlePeak chart positions Certifications Album
CAN
[34]
CAN AC
[35]
AUS
[36]
BEL
[37]
FRA
[38]
GER
[39]
JAP
[40]
NLD
[41]
SWI
[42]
UK
[43]
US
[44]
US AC
[45]
1981"Ce n'était qu'un rêve" [upper-alpha 1] La voix du bon Dieu
"La voix du bon Dieu" [upper-alpha 2]
1982"L'amour viendra"
"Tellement j'ai d'amour pour toi" [upper-alpha 3] Tellement j'ai d'amour...
"D'amour ou d'amitié" [upper-alpha 4] 5
1983"Mon ami m'a quittée" [upper-alpha 5] Les chemins de ma maison
"Un enfant" Chants et contes de Noël
1984"Ne me plaignez pas" [upper-alpha 6] Les chemins de ma maison
"Une colombe" [upper-alpha 7] Mélanie
"Mon rêve de toujours" [upper-alpha 8]
"Un amour pour moi" [upper-alpha 9]
1985"C'est pour toi" [upper-alpha 10] C'est pour toi
"C'est pour vivre"
"Dans la main d'un magicien" /
"Listen to the Magic Man"
Opération beurre de pinottes /
The Peanut Butter Solution
"La ballade de Michel" /
"Michael's Song"
1986"Billy"Non-album single
"L'univers a besoin d'amour"
"Fais ce que tu voudras" [upper-alpha 11] Les chansons en or
1987"On traverse un miroir" [upper-alpha 12] Incognito
"Incognito" [upper-alpha 13]
"Je ne veux pas"Non-album single
"Lolita (trop jeune pour aimer)" [upper-alpha 14] Incognito
1988"Comme un cœur froid" [upper-alpha 15]
"La religieuse"Non-album single
"Ne partez pas sans moi" [upper-alpha 16] 1364211 The Best of Celine Dion
"Délivre-moi" [upper-alpha 17] Incognito
"Jours de fièvre"
"D'abord, c'est quoi l'amour" [upper-alpha 18]
1989"Can't Live with You, Can't Live Without You"
(duet with Billy Newton-Davis)
4112 Spellbound
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory

1990s

YearTitlePeak chart positions Certifications Album
CAN
[34]
CAN AC
[35]
AUS
[36]
BEL
[37]
FRA
[38]
GER
[39]
JAP
[40]
NLD
[41]
SWI
[42]
UK
[43]
US
[44]
US AC
[45]
1990"(If There Was) Any Other Way"2312358 Unison
"Unison"387
"Where Does My Heart Beat Now"61622320247242
1991"The Last to Know"16713422
"Have a Heart"264
"Des mots qui sonnent" [upper-alpha 19] Dion chante Plamondon
"L'amour existe encore" [upper-alpha 20] 31
"Beauty and the Beast"
(duet with Peabo Bryson)
2117366718993 Celine Dion
1992"Je danse dans ma tête" [upper-alpha 21] Dion chante Plamondon
"If You Asked Me To"1152275741Celine Dion
"Nothing Broken but My Heart"31192291
"Quelqu'un que j'aime, quelqu'un qui m'aime" [upper-alpha 22] Dion chante Plamondon
"Love Can Move Mountains"21546146368Celine Dion
1993"Water from the Moon"7311
"Un garçon pas comme les autres (Ziggy)"2Dion chante Plamondon
"Did You Give Enough Love"1723Celine Dion
"When I Fall in Love"
(duet with Clive Griffin)
2129337236 The Colour of My Love
"The Power of Love"111535718411
1994"Misled"425583152315
"Think Twice"13321191619521
"Only One Road"15123174089327
"Calling You"75 À l'Olympia
1995"Pour que tu m'aimes encore" [upper-alpha 23] 11393177 D'eux
"Je sais pas" [upper-alpha 24] 1134
"Next Plane Out"61The Colour of My Love
"To Love You More"9111
"(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman"47431 Falling into You
1996"Destin" [upper-alpha 25] D'eux
"Le ballet"
"Falling into You"12111171181910Falling into You
"Because You Loved Me"1115191343511
"J'irai où tu iras"
(duet with Jean-Jacques Goldman)
[upper-alpha 26] 147D'eux
"It's All Coming Back to Me Now"118113624321Falling into You
"The Power of the Dream"30
"All by Myself"713875552036641
"Les derniers seront les premiers"
(duet with Jean-Jacques Goldman)
[upper-alpha 27] Live à Paris
1997"Call the Man"266911Falling into You
"J'attendais"2246Live à Paris
"Tell Him"
(duet with Barbra Streisand)
121934251435 Let's Talk About Love
"Be the Man"24
"The Reason"59111
"My Heart Will Go On"111113411111
  • AUS: 2× Platinum [90]
  • BEL: 3× Platinum [91]
  • FRA: Diamond [92]
  • GER: 4× Platinum [79]
  • JPN: 2× Platinum [93]
  • SWI: 2× Platinum [94]
  • UK: 3× Platinum [71]
  • US: Gold [66]
1998"Immortality"
(with the Bee Gees)
28138151522885
"Miles to Go (Before I Sleep)"17
"Zora sourit" [upper-alpha 28] 12206725 S'il suffisait d'aimer
"I'm Your Angel"
(duet with R. Kelly)
1113126971487311 These Are Special Times
"S'il suffisait d'aimer" [upper-alpha 29] 64S'il suffisait d'aimer
1999"On ne change pas" [upper-alpha 30] 1617
"The Prayer"
(duet with Andrea Bocelli)
622These Are Special Times
"Treat Her Like a Lady"
(with Diana King and Brownstone)
70646229Let's Talk About Love
"En attendant ses pas" [upper-alpha 31] S'il suffisait d'aimer
"Dans un autre monde" [upper-alpha 32] Au cœur du stade
"That's the Way It Is"5114768751261 All the Way... A Decade of Song
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory

2000s

YearTitlePeak chart positions Certifications Album
CAN
[34]
CAN AC
[35]
AUS
[36]
BEL
[37]
FRA
[38]
GER
[39]
JAP
[40]
NLD
[41]
SWI
[42]
UK
[43]
US
[44]
US AC
[45]
2000"Live (for the One I Love)"2347638982 All the Way... A Decade of Song
"The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face"19
"I Want You to Need Me"11973494012
2001"Sous le vent"
(duet with Garou)
1411782 Seul
2002"A New Day Has Come"2119132361927221 A New Day Has Come
"I'm Alive"211302747717 [upper-alpha 33] 6
"Goodbye's (The Saddest Word)"6711365637353827
"At Last"16
2003"I Drove All Night"112212222241127457 One Heart
"One Heart"5913753763567836
"Have You Ever Been in Love"3 [upper-alpha 34] 2
"Stand by Your Side"17
"Tout l'or des hommes"2537710010 1 fille & 4 types
"Faith"37One Heart
2004"Et je t'aime encore"1416311 fille & 4 types
"Contre nature"
"You and I"116 A New Day... Live in Las Vegas
"Beautiful Boy"3218 Miracle
"Je lui dirai" [109]
2005"In Some Small Way"1428
"Je ne vous oublie pas"234221 On ne change pas
2006"Tous les secrets"30332075
"I Believe in You (Je crois en toi)"
(with Il Divo)
303531
2007"Et s'il n'en restait qu'une (je serais celle-là)"284134 D'elles
"Immensité"30 [upper-alpha 35]
"On s'est aimé à cause"23
"Taking Chances"916029725100540546 Taking Chances
2008"Eyes on Me"113
"A World to Believe In"
(duet with Yuna Ito)
8
"The Prayer"
(duet with Josh Groban)
3770Non-album single
"Alone"57785 [upper-alpha 36] Taking Chances
"My Love"678 [upper-alpha 37] 12915 My Love: Essential Collection
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory

2010s

YearTitlePeak chart positions Certifications Album
CAN
[34]
CAN AC
[35]
AUS
[36]
BEL
[37]
FRA
[38]
GER
[39]
JAP
[40]
NLD
[41]
SWI
[42]
UK
[43]
US
[44]
US AC
[45]
2012"Parler à mon père"532911825 Sans attendre
"Le miracle"212777
2013"Qui peut vivre sans amour?"41 [upper-alpha 38]
"Loved Me Back to Life"2639253238251424 Loved Me Back to Life
"Breakaway"
2014"Incredible"
(duet with Ne-Yo)
442425
"Water and a Flame"
"Celle qui m'a tout appris" [upper-alpha 39] Céline une seule fois / Live 2013
2016"The Show Must Go On"
(featuring Lindsey Stirling)
89 [upper-alpha 40] 23Non-album single
"Encore un soir"923910125 Encore un soir
"Recovering" [upper-alpha 41] 50Non-album single
"L'étoile"35 [upper-alpha 42] 191Encore un soir
"Si c'était à refaire" [upper-alpha 43] 100--2017"Je nous veux"38143"How Does a Moment Last Forever"125"Les yeux au ciel"43169
2018"Ashes"724194 [upper-alpha 44] 156586 [upper-alpha 45] 22 Deadpool 2
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory

Other appearances

YearTitlePeak chart positions Certifications Album
CAN
[34]
CAN AC
[35]
AUS
[36]
BEL
[37]
FRA
[38]
GER
[39]
JAP
[40]
NLD
[41]
SWI
[42]
UK
[43]
US
[44]
US AC
[45]
1985"Vois comme c'est beau"
(duet with Claudette Dion)
[upper-alpha 46] Hymnes à l'amour: volume 2
1993"Plus haut que moi"
(duet with Mario Pelchat)
[upper-alpha 47] Pelchat
1994"Love Lights the World"
(with Peabo Bryson and Color Me Badd)
Love Lights the World
1996"Send Me a Lover"23Women for Women, Vol. 2
1998"It's Hard to Say Goodbye"
(duet with Paul Anka)
A Body of Work
"(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman"
(with the Divas)
VH1 Divas Live
"You've Got a Friend"
(with the Divas)
2001"God Bless America"14 God Bless America
2004"Ma Nouvelle-France" Nouvelle-France
2006"Tout près du bonheur"
(duet with Marc Dupré)
Refaire le monde
2009"L'amour existe encore"
(duet with Éric Lapointe)
[upper-alpha 48] 34Ailleurs - Volume 1
2010"Voler"
(duet with Michel Sardou)
48Être une femme 2010
2015"L'hymne"(duet with Fred Pellerin) /
"Hymn"
42 La guerre des tuques 3D / Snowtime!
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory

Other charted songs

YearTitlePeak chart positions Certifications Album
CAN
[34]
CAN AC
[35]
AUS
[36]
BEL
[37]
FRA
[38]
GER
[39]
JAP
[40]
NLD
[41]
SWI
[42]
UK
[43]
US
[44]
US AC
[45]
1987"Ma chambre" [upper-alpha 49] Incognito
1995"Refuse to Dance" [upper-alpha 50] The Colour of My Love
1998"Terre" [upper-alpha 51] S'il suffisait d'aimer
2007"Right Next to the Right One" [upper-alpha 52] Taking Chances
2008"Shadow of Love" [upper-alpha 53]
2012"Les petits pieds de Léa"80 Sans attendre
2013"Vole"67 D'eux
"Somebody Loves Somebody" [upper-alpha 54] Loved Me Back to Life
"O Holy Night" [upper-alpha 55] These Are Special Times
"Happy Xmas (War Is Over)" [upper-alpha 56] 7682
2016"Trois heures vingt"73 Encore un soir
"Ordinaire"83
"Toutes ces choses"85
"À la plus haute branche"150
"Ma faille"155
"Ma force"185
"Ave Maria" [upper-alpha 57] These Are Special Times
2017"How Does a Moment Last Forever"125 [upper-alpha 58] Beauty and the Beast
"Christmas Eve" [upper-alpha 59] These Are Special Times
"Don't Save It All for Christmas Day" [upper-alpha 60]
"The Christmas Song" [upper-alpha 61]
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory

Songs recorded by supergroups including Celine Dion

YearTitlePeak chart positions Certifications Album
CAN
[34]
CAN AC
[35]
AUS
[36]
BEL
[37]
FRA
[38]
GER
[39]
JAP
[40]
NLD
[41]
SWI
[42]
UK
[43]
US
[44]
US AC
[45]
1985"Les yeux de la faim" [upper-alpha 62] Non-album single
1991"Voices That Care"61116
2001"What More Can I Give"
2005"Come Together Now"39 Hurricane Relief: Come Together Now
2007"Sing"16129 Songs of Mass Destruction
2010"We Are the World 25 for Haiti"7181502Non-album single
2019"Tu trouveras la paix"51
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory

Minor promotional singles

Just Walk Away 1995 single by Celine Dion

"Just Walk Away" is a song by Canadian singer Celine Dion, recorded for her third English-language album, The Colour of My Love (1993). It was released as a radio single in Spain in 1995. The music was written by Marti Sharron and lyrics by Albert Hammond. The track was produced by Steve Lindsey, with additional production by Humberto Gatica. Lindsey worked before with artists like Elton John, Leonard Cohen, Marvin Gaye and Peter Gabriel.

Make You Happy (song) 1997 single by Celine Dion

"Make You Happy" is a song by Canadian recording artist Celine Dion, taken from her fourth English-language studio album, Falling into You (1996). Written by Andy Marvel and produced by Ric Wake, "Make You Happy" is a "bouncy" pop song, with influences of reggae and funk. Lyrically, the song talks about Dion pleading someone for commitment in a relationship. "Make You Happy" was released as a promotional single from the album in 1997 in Brazil. Critics commended the song for its catchiness.

Dreamin of You (Celine Dion song) 1997 single by Celine Dion

"Dreamin' of You" is a promotional single from Celine Dion's album Falling into You (1996). It was released in 1997 in Mexico and in Germany. The song was written by Aldo Nova and Peter Barberau, and produced by Nova.

See also

Notes

  1. "Ce n'était qu'un rêve" peaked at number 8 in Quebec. [46]
  2. "La voix du bon Dieu" peaked at number 11 in Quebec. [47]
  3. "Tellement j'ai d'amour pour toi" peaked at number 3 in Quebec. [48]
  4. "D'amour ou d'amitié" peaked at number 1 in Quebec. [49]
  5. "Mon ami m'a quittée" peaked at number 1 in Quebec. [52]
  6. "Ne me plaignez pas" peaked at number 11 in Quebec. [46]
  7. "Une colombe" peaked at number 2 in Quebec. [53]
  8. "Mon rêve de toujours" peaked at number 4 in Quebec. [54]
  9. "Un amour pour moi" peaked at number 12 in Quebec. [46]
  10. "C'est pour toi" peaked at number 3 in Quebec. [55]
  11. "Fais ce que tu voudras" peaked at number 36 in Quebec. [56]
  12. "On traverse un miroir" peaked at number 2 in Quebec. [57]
  13. "Incognito" peaked at number 1 in Quebec. [58]
  14. "Lolita (trop jeune pour aimer)" peaked at number 1 in Quebec. [59]
  15. "Comme un cœur froid" peaked at number 1 in Quebec. [60]
  16. "Ne partez pas sans moi" peaked at number 10 in Quebec. [46]
  17. "Délivre-moi" peaked at number 4 in Quebec. [61]
  18. "D'abord, c'est quoi l'amour" peaked at number 1 in Quebec. [62]
  19. "Des mots qui sonnent" peaked at number 10 in Quebec. [63]
  20. "L'amour existe encore" peaked at number 16 in Quebec. [64]
  21. "Je danse dans ma tête" peaked at number 3 in Quebec. [67]
  22. "Quelqu'un que j'aime, quelqu'un qui m'aime" peaked at number 1 in Quebec. [68]
  23. "Pour que tu m'aimes encore" peaked at number 1 in Quebec. [73]
  24. "Je sais pas" peaked at number 1 in Quebec. [75]
  25. "Destin" peaked at number 3 in Quebec. [78]
  26. "J'irai où tu iras" peaked at number 14 in Quebec. [80]
  27. "Les derniers seront les premiers" peaked at number 3 in Quebec. [84]
  28. "Zora sourit" peaked at number 1 in Quebec. [46]
  29. "S'il suffisait d'aimer" peaked at number 5 in Quebec. [46]
  30. "On ne change pas" peaked at number 1 in Quebec. [46]
  31. "En attendant ses pas" peaked at number 1 in Quebec. [46]
  32. "Dans un autre monde" peaked at number 49 in Quebec. [46]
  33. "I'm Alive" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 11 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.
  34. "Have You Ever Been in Love" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 4 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.
  35. "Immensité" did not enter the Ultratop 50 Singles, but peaked at number 6 on the Ultratip chart.
  36. "Alone" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 24 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.
  37. "My Love" did not enter the Ultratop 50 Singles, but peaked at number 19 on the Ultratip chart.
  38. "Qui peut vivre sans amour?" did not enter the Ultratop 50 Singles, but peaked at number 12 on the Ultratip chart.
  39. "Celle qui m'a tout appris" did not enter the Ultratop 50 Singles, but peaked at number 6 on the Ultratip chart.
  40. "The Show Must Go On" did not enter the Ultratop 50 Singles, but peaked at number 47 on the Ultratip chart.
  41. "Recovering" did not enter the Canadian Hot 100, but peaked at number 16 on the Hot Canadian Digital Songs chart.
  42. "L'étoile" did not enter the Ultratop 50 Singles, but peaked at number 6 on the Ultratip chart.
  43. "Si c'était à refaire" did not enter the Ultratop 50 Singles, but peaked at number 43 on the Ultratip chart.
  44. "Ashes" did not enter the Ultratop 50 Singles, but peaked at number 16 on the Ultratip chart.
  45. "Ashes" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 17 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.
  46. "Vois comme c'est beau" peaked at number 14 in Quebec. [46]
  47. "Plus haut que moi" peaked at number 6 in Quebec. [46]
  48. "L'amour existe encore" (duet with Éric Lapointe) peaked at number 8 in Quebec. [46]
  49. "Ma chambre" peaked at number 38 in Quebec. [46]
  50. "Refuse to Dance" peaked at number 41 in Quebec. [46]
  51. "Terre" peaked at number 8 in Quebec. [46]
  52. "Right Next to the Right One" peaked at number 13 on the Danish Singles Chart. [115]
  53. "Shadow of Love" did not enter the Ultratop 50 Singles, but peaked at number 23 on the Ultratip chart.
  54. "Somebody Loves Somebody" did not enter the Canadian Hot 100, but peaked at number 67 on the Hot Canadian Digital Songs chart.
  55. "O Holy Night" peaked at number 44 on the US Holiday 100. [116]
  56. "Happy Xmas (War Is Over)" peaked at number 43 on the Swedish Singles Chart and number 32 on the US Holiday 100. [117] [118]
  57. "Ave Maria" peaked at number 44 on the US Holiday Digital Songs. [119]
  58. "How Does a Moment Last Forever" did not enter the UK Singles Chart, but peaked at number 94 on the UK Singles Downloads Chart. [120]
  59. "Christmas Eve" peaked at number 39 on the Holiday Streaming Songs. [121]
  60. "Don't Save It All For Christmas Day" peaked at number 81 on the US Holiday 100. [122]
  61. "The Christmas Song" peaked at number 94 on the US Holiday 100. [122]
  62. "Les yeux de la faim" peaked at number 1 in Quebec. [123]

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