Édith Piaf needs not be introduced. French chanteuse Édith Piaf ("the little sparrow") died in 1963 at age 47. But her legend as France's greatest female singer lives on. Judy Garland's French cousin, she was a sublime performer gifted with a unique voice. Here she performs in English one of her most famous songs, "Lovers for a day", at the Carnegie Hall of New York, in 1957. Enjoy!