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Tina Arena

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Aller plus haut Tina Arena 03:54
Aller Plus Haut Tina Arena 05:03
Burn Tina Arena 04:44
I Want to Spend My Lifetime Loving You (with Marc Anthony) Tina Arena 04:44
Je m'appelle Bagdad Tina Arena 04:18
Chains Tina Arena 04:22
Burn Tina Arena 04:24
Burn Tina Arena 04:43
Heaven Help My Heart Tina Arena 05:28
Tu pourras dire Tina Arena 04:13

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Aimer jusqu'à l'impossible
Tu aurais dû me dire (oser parler d'amour)
Je m'appelle Bagdad
Si tu veux mon coeur

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Remembered for one of the great, soaring ballads of the 1990s, Australian singer Tina Arena's belting vocal gymnastics and heart-on-sleeve torch songs brought worldwide success and turned the former child star into a global pop diva. Taught to sing Edith Piaf songs at four years old by her aunt, Arena (real name Filippina Lydia Arena) found fame on the TV variety show Young Talent Time as "Tiny Tina" at the age of eight, before scoring her first big national hit in 1990 with I Need Your Body. Her signature anthem Chains came four years later, reaching Number 6 in the UK, dominating radio and MTV with its power and emotion and projecting Arena alongside Kylie and Danni Minogue as another beloved Aussie pop princess. Her album Don't Ask (1994) helped her win six ARIA awards and produced the singles Sorrento Moon (I Remember), Heaven Help My Heart and Show Me Heaven, and Arena went on to notch up record sales of over 8 million. Though never quite being able to recapture that level of success, her multi-platinum follow-up In Deep (1997) was produced by Foreigner's Mick Jones and featured hit single Burn, and she went on to duet with Marc Anthony on the Mask of Zorro movie soundtrack, write country songs for Wynona Judd, LeAnn Rimes and Kellie Coffey and perform at the opening ceremony of the Sydney Olympics in 2000.