This song is about a young man attracted by a young shepherdess. It was rediscovered by Yves Giraud in the 1960s. He added verses he himself wrote and composed a new version of one of the most emblematic songs of the first half of the 16th century. The writing style is simple and intended for four voices. The game of call and response is performed by pairs. The text is short and based on a popular song. The song is lively, and the interjection of the beginning is highlighted an imitation by all voices.