Edith Piaf set a new precedent for what Chanson Française could be when she landed on the scene. She was the Amy Winehouse of her time, racked with addictions, bad behaviors and tragedy after tragedy. She sang about life on the streets, the dirt, the grime, the outcasts, the partying, and the sex in a vernacular some thought vulgar but whatever they thought, it changed the game. In the end, her love of men, alcohol, and drugs did her in.
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