Regrets I’ve had a few, My Way songwriter Jacques Revaux says

Publication date 18 November 2019 | 22:23 | ICT

He wrote the music for My Way, one of the world’s most popular songs, but Jacques Revaux would like to mention a few of his regrets. For one, “I don’t even have a photo with Frank Sinatra,” the French songwriter laughed.

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