"Parle-moi" is a pop rock song recorded by the France-born pop/R&B singer Nâdiya, featured on her the second studio album 16/9. It was released as the first single off the album on March 29th, 2004. The song was Nâdiya's best-selling single in France to date, but lost its titel to "Roc" (250,000) and "Tous ces mots" (215,000) in 2006.
In Switzerland, "Parle-moi" is het Nâdiya's best-selling and best-performing single in the chart. The single peaked at number 11 in its singles chart and remained in the chart for 28 weeks. The single debuted on April 11 at number 18, stayed there another week to in its fifth week at number 11. It remained eight weeks in the top 20 and 17 weeks in the top 50.
|Belgium||Gold||July 24, 2004||20,000|
|France||Silver||May 6, 2004||125,000|
|Belgian (Wallonia) Singles Chart||2|
|Eurochart Hot 100 Singles||9|
|French SNEP Singles Chart||2|
|Polish Pip Paf Airplay Chart||1|
|Swiss Singles Chart||11|
|Top40-Charts.com Web Top 100||51|
|World Airplay Top 100||38|
|World Singles Top 100||41|
|End of year chart (2004)||Position|
|Belgian (Wallonia) Singles Chart||7|
|French Airplay Chart||69|
|French Club Chart||39|
|French Singles Chart||22|
|French TV Videos Chart||33|
|Swiss Singles Chart||54|
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