Après moi le déluge, bye bye - original ukulele song




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Published on Jul 13, 2013

The phrase "Après moi, le déluge" ("After me, the deluge") is attributed to the King of France Louis XV (1710-1774). According to another interpretation, the phrase may have been coined not by the king himself, but by his most famous lover, Madame de Pompadour (1721-1764). Basically it means:

"I don't care what happens next, I'll be gone."

The expression "il pleut à boire debout" is a French Canadian expression to mean it's raining cats and dogs.

Sheet music:

Ukulele: new Martin style 2


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