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  1. "Ooh La La" is the last of those 4 but certainly not the least! It is quite often called the best "Faces" album, but music is subjective to each individual listener! If you like Classic Rock & Roll I feel comfortable recommend this C.D.! For that matter I would feel comfortable recommending all 4 "Faces" studio album's to any Rock & Roll /5().
  2. Mar 01,  · An exclamation of surprise, sometimes with strong sexual connotations. Ooh la la, monsieur, you do have big muscles after all.
  3. Ooh La La Key CC Ooh La La Key C# C# verse 1: G Am7 Poor old Granddad I laughed at all his words G Am7 I thought he was a bitter man He spoke of women's ways G Am7 They'll trap you, then they use you Be-fore you even know G Am7 For love is blind and you're far too kind Don't ever let it show.
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  5. May 06,  · Oo La La Lyrics: Smooth talker, I’m a lover / No disrespect man, I blow your cover / Bad brain, I’m on the level / Ghost walker, like the devil / Headbanger, go getter / I’m all over the place.
  6. What is the definition of ooh la la? What is the meaning of ooh la la? How do you use ooh la la in a sentence? What are synonyms for ooh la la?
  7. "Ooh La La" is a song by the band Faces, written by Ronnie Lane and Ronnie Wood. It was the title song for the band's last studio album, titled Ooh La La.. The lead vocals were provided by Wood, a rarity in the band's catalog as lead vocals were usually performed by Rod Stewart and less often by Ronnie Lane. Stewart and Lane both recorded lead vocals for the song but neither were Genre: Folk rock.
  8. Jan 08,  · What I heard the French limousine driver say was “Ooh La La”. “Ooh la la” and “Oh la la!” do not confuse me in the slightest. They do not sound the same in any regard. So the answer to your question is yes, French people really do use the expression “Ooh La La”.

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