The great Humphrey Lyttelton used to play an exciting tune called Ce Mossieu Qui Parle. This was taken to mean 'This man who is speaking'. But, as Humphrey himself said, it might originally have been C'est moi seule qui parle ('It's only me who's speaking.')
The most famous of the tunes our bands still play is Eh La Bas. Potentially, it has plenty of verses. But here is quite enough of the song for most people (with French and English translations):
(Eh la bas! Eh la bas! Eh la bas, chéri. Comment ça va?)
Mo chè kouzen, mo chè kouzin, mo lenme la kizin!
(Mon cher cousin, ma chère cousine, j'aime la cuisine)
(My dear cousin, my dear cousin(ess), I love cooking)
(Je mange beaucoup, je bois du vin et ça ne coûte rien.)
Click on the second from the top of the four available videos. You will then need to slide the control button along to 1 hour 40 minutes 30 seconds, which is where the song begins.
You can also enjoy the late great Danny Barker performing the song clearly and with many verses BY CLICKING HERE.