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Listen: the shelved hit that was supposed to be France's winning song in the World Cup Israel today


The French singer Wajidre, who is responsible for the championship song in 2018, wrote another winning song in case the blues were victorious • Unfortunately for the tricolor, the song was shelved after the French team lost in the final • However, we managed to get our hands on the hit and reveal it to you • What do you think ?

The price of arrogance?

In France, they were convinced that the World Cup would go home with them, so much so that the French singer Wajidre, who is responsible for the song of the championship in 2018, wrote another winning song just in case and the Blues would win. 

As mentioned, the French singer starred with the song "ramenez la coupe a la maison", in the previous World Cup, which reached first place in the French SNEP weekly chart and third place in the Swiss chart.

Also, the volume of sales reached a gold record in Portugal and Denmark and a platinum record in Norway and Spain.

After the grandiose success of the previous song, Vajjader leaked 15 seconds of the song "Thanks to the Blues" in the recording studio, which was supposed to be released just after the French win against Argentina.

Among other things, the song was distributed on social networks - and amazingly succeeded in attracting thousands who shared the song with great enthusiasm and demanded the full version.

However, unfortunately for the Tricolor and the singer himself, they will be forced to hear the song with a very sour taste. 

Full disclosure: the French hit managed to sweep us away too and make us move from our seats.

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Source: israelhayom

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