The B-side included "Tu es là," which was taken from the album C'est pour toi.
Céline Dion created her first real French-language music video for this single in 1986. It was directed by François Girard and featured Dion at a train station. This music video can be found on Dion's DVD called On ne change pas (2005). It was her second music video after her first English-language song "Listen to the Magic Man."
The title alludes to the proverb coined by French renaissance writer François Rabelais, which has later become a main tenet of the modern-day thelemic occult movement in the English version by Aleister Crowley: "Do what thou wilt."
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