'Mad Men' Version of 'Zou Bisou Bisou' in iTunes Store

Cover of French pop tune by Jessica Paré will be released as seven-inch single

March 26, 2012 12:15 PM ET
Jessica Paré from the season premiere of 'Mad Men'
Jessica Paré from the season premiere of 'Mad Men'
Ron Jaffe/AMC

A recording of the Sixties French pop "Zou Bisou Bisou" sung by actress Jessica Paré from last night's season premiere of Mad Men has been released as a download in the iTunes store. A limited edition seven-inch single of the recording is being sold through the Mad Men website, and the song will also be available as a download through Amazon later this week, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Paré's performance of the song as Megan Draper, Don Draper's young new wife, was a highlight of the two-hour episode. In the scene, Megan sings the song with a band of Sixties hipsters at a surprise birthday party for her husband, who can barely suppress his embarrassment and discomfort. The song was a hit for French singer Gillian Hills and was sung by Sophia Loren in the 1960 film The Millionairess.

You can watch a clip of Paré's rendition of the song on the show below, though keep in mind that this video was made by a fan filming their television, so everything is just a bit off.

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