Four years after the death of Johnny Hallyday, Eddy Mitchell pays tribute to his friend. In a new single called A Little Bit of Love.
Eddy Mitchell pays homage to Johnny Hallyday in new single titled A little bit of love, unveiled this Friday. He sings his regrets in a title in the form of a letter to the singer who died, died of cancer in 2017 at the age of 74, he reproaches him in particular for the too intense rhythm of life that he followed until the end.
“But you’ve burned your whole life in early mornings, sleepless nights. Too late to regret the past,” he sings.
This song, heralding a new album entitled Country Rock expected on November 19, is a “warning shot, not bad”: “I reproach him. I regret that he screwed up his life a little, that he did not listen to relatives such as me. calm.” “He was part of my life, it was the family. I am Laura’s godfather, he was Pamela’s godfather, my youngest,” he recalls in the columns of the Parisian.