'Les chemins de ma maison (meaning The Paths of My House) is a French studio album by Canadian singer Céline Dion, released in Quebec, Canada on September 7, 1983. It's her 4th French album.
The album got gold certification in Canada It received a Félix Award for the Best Selling Album of the Year. The first single "Mon ami m'a quittée" topped the Quebec charts for nine weeks. "Ne me plaignez pas" (second single) is an adaptation of "Please Don't Sympathise" originally recorded by Sheena Easton. Eddy Marnay wrote French lyrics for this track.
In October 1983, Dion released her first album in France, called Du soleil au cœur, with the same cover picture as Les chemins de ma maison. It also contained six songs from the latter.
"Mon ami m'a quittée" <small>(Eddy Marnay, Christian Loigerot, Thierry Geoffroy)</small> – 3:05
"Toi sur ta montagne" <small>(Marnay, Alain Noreau)</small> – 4:03