I Lost My Baby

"I Lost My Baby" is from Québécois singer-songwriter Jean Leloup's album, Le dôme, released in 1996.

I Lost My Baby


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YOU CAN PLAY ALONG WITH THE VIDEO! Instead of the chords in the intro, as always you can just play [Am] and [C], but the fancier chords sound great and they're easy - you can try them in other parts of the song as well. The 2nd chord in each bar of the intro is a passing chord - the count is / 1 + 2 + / and the 2nd chord falls on the last + . In the final chorus where it says two parts, you can just sing the black text.

Thanks to JF "Rusty" Bellemare for suggesting the song for BUG!

"Le dôme" was a much-awaited album and was very well received by critics and the public in Québec. It earned Leloup the Félix Award for Songwriter of the Year in 1997 and officially went platinum (100,000 copies sold) on 26 June 1998.

Jean Leclerc (born May 14, 1961) is a Québécois singer-songwriter and author. Born in Sainte-Foy, Quebec, Canada, in 1961 to Québécois parents, Jean Leclerc grew up in Africa, more precisely in Togo and Algeria. The culture and way of life of his host country had an important influence on him and influenced many of his songs. He is popularly known as Jean Leloup (which he likes to translate to John the Wolf), a stage name he kept using until 2006, when he temporarily changed his name to Jean Leclerc, only to resurrect his wolf character in August 2008. He is known for his colourful personality and unique musical style in the francophone rock community.

In 2016, his album À Paradis City was nominated for the Juno Award for Album of the Year, and won the Juno Award for Francophone Album of the Year. He received another Juno Award nomination for Francophone Album of the Year at the Juno Awards of 2020, for his 2019 album L'Étrange pays.

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