This title is one of the most famous and cynical songs of young Serge Gainsbourg, a symbol of his early misogynistic lyrics, fierce, offbeat, and dark humor, which introduced a new tone to French music. This jaded seducer who rereads the pathetic letter sent by his conquest on the brink of suicide, coldly pointing out all the spelling mistakes it contains and the unflattering view of women that emerges from the text, did not prevent Barbara from covering it in 1969. Merer collaborated with several other great names in the music scene: Boby Lapointe, Jean Ferrat, Cora Vaucaire, Édith Piaf, Léo Ferré, or Charles Aznavour, sometimes assisting them at the beginning of their careers or during their performances in cabarets and concert halls. The Autographes des Siècles Gallery specializes in the sale and expertise of autograph letters and manuscripts from great personalities of past centuries.Purchase / Payment Methods: We accept the following payment methods: Bank transfers and checks. Prices are in euros and are net. We can also arrange shipments by private carrier upon request. Sales conditions: In accordance with the practices of the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers, we accept a 14-day return guarantee. Return costs are the responsibility of the buyer. About Us: All the items offered are originals whose authenticity we guarantee. Our invoices serve as proof of authenticity of the pieces sold. However, upon request, we can provide a certificate of authenticity, for an additional fee.