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Kraftwerk – Tour De France

Kraftwerk – Tour De France. “Tour de France” is a song by Kraftwerk. It was first issued in June 1983, peaking at #22 in the UK singles chart. It is notable for the use of sampled voices and mechanical sounds associated with cycling that were used to supplement a simple electro-percussion pattern – an approach Kraftwerk have used on earlier tracks such as “Metal on Metal” (from Trans-Europe Express) and “Numbers” (from Computer World). The music is credited to Ralf Hütter, Florian Schneider and Karl Bartos; the lyrics are credited to Ralf Hütter and Maxime Schmitt, a French label associate of the band. The melody appears to quote a fragment of the opening section of Paul Hindemith’s “Sonata for Flute and Piano” (“Heiter Bewegt”).Wikipedia®

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Kraftwerk – Tour De France Lyrics
Songwriter(s): Maxime Schmitt, Ralf Hutter, Florian Schneider-Esleben, Karl Bartos, Ralf Huetter, Fritz Hilpert
Copyright: Edition Positive Songs, Positive Songs Edition, Kling Klang Musik Gmbh, GEMA

L’enfer du Nord Paris-Roubaix
La Cote d’Azur et Saint Tropez
Les Alpes et les Pyrennees
Derniere etape Champs-Elysees
Galibier et Tourmalet
En danseuse jusqu’au sommet
Pedaler en grand braquet
Sprint final a l’arrivee
Crevaison sur les paves
Le velo vite repare
Le peloton est regroupe
Camarades et amitie

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