Zou Bisou, Bisou - Single - Jessica Paré

Zou Bisou, Bisou - Single

Jessica Paré

  • Genre: French Pop
  • Release Date: 2012-03-26
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1
  • ℗ 2012 Lionsgate Records

Zou Bisou, Bisou - Single ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Zou Bisou, Bisou Jessica Paré 2:18


  • Zou Bisou Zou Bisou

    By Marco from NH
    This song is a perfect example of why we like the Romantic French language. It's also a very catchy and uplifting song. The Retro acoustics are great and Megan is phenomenal in the video version.
  • A Mad Men Fan.

    By bbmichael
    Her singing, her smile and beauty captures a sense of innocents to be in love. I would love to see more of her.
  • Awesome reintroduction to Megan

    By Patty78
    I know last season Megan was a unpopular choice compared to the lady Don was dating. This little song and dance scene made her a star in a lot of people's eyes. Very catchy song and whimsical.
  • Love at first Zou

    By GregH
  • Just fapped to this album cover.

    By Pedo flake
    Love this song. I've permanently burned the scene where Megan is in her granny panties telling Don that he is too old and to sit down and only look at her on my plasma tv. Worth it.
  • Standout Song

    By DonO.
    I am a huge fan of 'Mad Men' and a huge fan of 60s music especially the lounge type genre. I totally loved the party scene in the new season opener and the great french song performed by Jessica Pare. I am so thrilled that it is available here. I can enjoy it over and over and add it to my collection of cool 60s music. Thanks 'Mad Men' and iTunes!
  • This song is stuck in my head

    By sms727
    I LOVE YOU, MAD MEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Delightfully retro

    By Crispy_510
    Such a fun song and an amazing performance.
  • refreshing

    By Fired Up and Ready to Go!!!!
    fun song killer hook hilarious performance on the show
  • Fantastic rendition in a classic 60s style

    By Rodamus
    Jessica Paré did a wonderful job in the show and the recording is proof of it. The arrangement and her rendition are classic 60s.