Maurice Marie Jean Pon (26 October 1921 in Bordeaux – 3 April 2019)was a French lyricist who mainly worked with Henri Salvador.
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In 1949, Pon wrote the lyrics of "Le Loup, la Biche et le Chevalier". With Salvador, Pon also wrote "Le travail c’est la santé" and other well-known French songs. He also wrote for Bourvil, Fernandel, Jean Sablon, André Claveau and Les Frères Jacques.
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Pon died in Île-de-France, at the age 97.
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