Still a dreamer…Old Memories and New Hopes

Je Voyage

Remarkable Charles Aznavour at Madison Square Garden, New York City. His farewell tour. 90 years young performing, his beautiful voice for over two hours, and even dancing a bit. He did sit for a little, but most of the time moving and singing from his heart and  soul. Romance personified. Evoking vivid memories for me of another time, another lifetime ago. He sang in  French, English, and  Spanish. He introduced his song Je Voyage with a little story. An old man was sitting on a bench in Paris. He was sitting next to a young woman. She asked him what he was doing and he answered her…”I’m traveling.” Where to she asked?. “Through my memories” he answered. Then he asked her the same question. She answered that she too was traveling. “Where to he asked?.”…….To her future she answered. …………………………………………Our past…is past….Je Voyage….Thank you Charles Aznavour for giving the audience your talent for a magnificent performance…through my memories, forever.







Comments on: "Je Voyage" (6)

  1. Awesome Paulette! I love the story before the song. Thank you for sharing this moment!

    • Thanks so much Syl. When he told this story, with his wonderful French accent, it even had more meaning. It really was awesome. So glad you have the sensitivity to truly appreciate the meaning. My pleasure to share…

  2. Katherine M said:


  3. Thank you Thank you I always appreciate your comments.

  4. SAMUEL BERGER said:

    Two days ago almost 4 yesrs after the event in nyc this wonderfull 94 yesr old or young man maestro charles aznavour performed a magnificant concert fresh vivid and with his romantic touch in tel aviv .in front of 8000 persons this “young” songwriter and performer gave us all a lessons about life love happiness and professional apearence i will take those two ours threw my future voyage was again with his daughter katyaone of the highlite of the evening.
    Ssmuel berger
    tel aviv

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