Tombe la neige

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"Tombe la neige"
Single by Adamo
Label La Voix de Son Maître
(aka His Master's Voice)
Songwriter(s) Salvatore Adamo
Music video
"Tombe la neige" on YouTube

"Tombe la neige" (English: "The snow falls") is a French language song written and sung by Belgian-Italian singer Salvatore Adamo. The song was released in 1963 and became an international hit and one of his best-known songs.



45 rpm (France)
EP (France)
Adamo Language versions

Adamo also released versions in many languages that contributed to the propagation of the song worldwide:


The song was subject to many covers in original French version and in other language versions [1]


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