Lyricist Marcel Lefebvre has passed away
The lyricist Marcel Lefebvre, who wrote numerous texts for several great Quebec singers, passed away on Saturday, November 26, at the age of 81.
His family announced his death Sunday morning in a press release, revealed Radio-Canada.
Marcel Lefebvre is notably known for being the author of the title Chante-la ta chanson by Jean Lapointe, recently deceased. He is also the thinker of the words of Diane Dufresne's success One day he will come my love.
Big names in song like Roch Voisine and Ginette Reno have sung his lyrics. He is also, with Paul Baillargeon, behind the lyrics of the title Une colombe, by Celine Dion.
In addition to music, Marcel Lefebvre has, during his career, lent his pen to the fields of advertising, cinema and literature.