Louise

Louise Cordet

Louise Cordet Louise Cordet (born Louise Boisot, 8 February 1945, England) was an English pop singer, best known as a one-hit wonder for her 1962 single, "I'm Just a Baby". Louise Cordet is the daughter of Captain Marcel Boisot of the Free French Air Force, and the French-born Greek actress Helene Cordet. In 1940, as a trainee cadet pilot with no more than twenty hours flying time, her father flew a Morane 315 training aircraft without navigation equipment or maps from Meknès in Morocco to Gibraltar in response to Charles de Gaulle's Appeal of June 18.
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