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Vivimi

Vivimi (English: Live through me) is the second single released in February 2005 from Italian singer Laura Pausini’s sixth Italian album Resta in ascolto. “Víveme” is the Spanish-language version adaptated by Pausini and Badia which was featured as the theme song in the Mexican telenovela La Madrastra.

It was the second time that Biagio Antonacci wrote a song for Laura Pausini after the smash hit “Tra te e il mare” in 2000.

The song was re-recorded in 2013 as a duet with Spanish singer Alejandro Sanz for Pausini’s compilation album 20 – The Greatest Hits. The Spanish-language duet was released as a single in December 2013.[1]

A worthwhile story

“Una storia che vale” (A story that is worth) is a song by Italian recording artist Laura Pausini, released in February 2002 as the second single from her first compilation album, The Best of Laura Pausini: E ritorno da te. Pausini also released a Spanish-language version of the song, titled “Dos historias iguales” (Two equaling stories). This version was inserted on the album Lo mejor de Laura Pausini: Volveré junto a ti and was released as the album’s second single in Spain and Latin America. The Italian version was released as the last single from the album.

Both versions were transmitted on the radio, with two videoclips being recorded and released.

During the promotion of Pausini’s 2003 English language album, a list of the songs that would be present on that album was leaked. An English version of Una storia che vale, named “Can’t Turn Back Time” is said to exist, but has never been released by Pausini in any album.

Love emergency

“Un’emergenza d’amore” (English: A love emergency) is a pop song recorded by Italian singer Laura Pausini for her album La mia risposta and released as the set’s first single on 11 September 1998.[1] “Emergencia de amor” is its Spanish-language version, adapteb by Pausini herself with Carlos Pixin and León Tristán.[2]

CD single – Germany[3]

  1. “An emergency of love” (Radio Edit) – 3:50
  2. “An emergency of love” (Instrumental) – 4:29

CD single – Italy[4]

  1. “An emergency of love” (Radio Edit) – 3:50
  2. “An emergency of love” (Instrumental) – 4:29
  3. “Listen to Your Heart” – 4:58
  4. “Angels in heaven” – 5:15

Promo CD single – Germany[5]

  1. “An emergency of love” (Radio Edit) – 3:50

CD single – Mexico[6]

  1. “Emergency Love” (Radio Edit) – 3:50

An obvious fact

“Un fatto ovvio” (English: An obvious fact) is the third single released 10 April 2009 from Italian singer Laura Pausini’s album, Primavera in anticipo. “Un hecho obvio” is its Spanish language adaptation. The song has peak at #14 on the Italian Singles Chart.

The piano starting playing of this song is similar of those of Piano Sonata No. 14 of Beethoven in his 1st Movement’s first measures.

Too much time

Troppo Tempo (literally Too Much Time in English) is a song recorded by Italian singer Laura Pausini, for her eleventh studio album, Inedito. It was supposed to be the sixth and last single promoting the album, but when Pausini discovered that she was pregnant, she changed her mind to “Celeste”, included on the same album.[1] The song features a guitar solo and vocals in the chorus provided by also-Italian singer Ivano Fossati.

The song was written by Ivano Fossati. A Spanish-language version, titled “Hace tiempo” was recorded and included on the Spanish version of “Inedito”, “Inédito”. It was adapted by Ana Incorvaia.[2]

Both versions of the song were performed during the Inedito World Tour but are not present on the DVD that supports such concerts.

Between you and the sea (song)

Tra te e il mare (English: Between you and the sea) is the first single released in 2000 from Italian singer Laura Pausini’s fourth album Tra te e il mare.

The song is translated in Spanish titled Entre tú y mil mares. The song was written and produced by Biagio Antonacci.

In 2013, the song was re-recorded with a new arrangement for Pausini’s greatest hits album 20 – The Greatest Hits / 20 – Grandes Éxitos. In 2014, the song is re-recorded with the same arrangements, but this time as a duet with Spanish singer Melendi, for the Spanish edition’s re-issue.

Surrender (Laura Pausini song)

“Surrender” is a pop song by Italian singer Laura Pausini for her eighth album, From the Inside

The song is sung by Laura Pausini, and written by Dane Deviller, Sean Hosein, Steven Smith and Anthony Anderson.

Surrender was published in August 2002 in the United States, and was part of a project aimed at promoting the singer in America. Atlantic Records promoted the single Surrender more as a dance song (helped by the several remixes of the song) than a pop song. In this way, Surrender was able to reach #1 in the Billboard’s Hot Dance Club Play. In 2003 the song was published across Europe, Latin America and Australia where it achieved placings in 40 different countries.

In 2013, Pausini edited a new version for her greatest hits album 20 – The Greatest Hits, in a slower tempo, with an Adult contemporary sound.

pages Amori

“Strani amori'” (English: Strange loves) is a song by Italian singer Laura Pausini, released in February 1994 as the first single from her second studio album, Laura.

Written by Angelo Valsiglio, Roberto Buti, Cheope, Marco Marati and Francesco Tanini, the song was first performed by Laura Pausini during the 44th Sanremo Music Festival in February 1994, where it placed third in a field of twenty, behind Aleandro Baldi’s “Passerà” and Giorgio Faletti’s “Signor tenente”.[2]

The song was later translated in Spanish and included in Pausini’s self-titled compilation album, released in 1994 for the Hispanic market. This version of the song, titled “Amores extraños”, peaked at number one on the Billboard Latin Pop Songs chart.

Both “Strani amori” and “Amores extraños” were re-recorded for Pausini’s 2001 compilation album The Best of Laura Pausini: E ritorno da te / Lo mejor de Laura Pausini – Volveré junto a ti[3] and for her 2013 compilation album 20 – The Greatest Hits / 20 – Grandes Éxitos.[4]

It’s just you

“Sei solo tu” is a song written by Cheope and Nek and recorded by Italian singers Nek and Laura Pausini for Nek’s seventh studio album, Le cose da difendere. The song was released on 10 May 2002 as the album’s lead single.[1]

The Hispanis version of the album, Las cosas que defenderé, also includes a Spanish-language version of the song, titled “Tan sólo tú”[2] and released as a single in Spain, South America and in the United States.

A solo version of the song was also included by Nek in his compilation albums The Best of Nek: L’anno zero and Greatest Hits 1992–2010: E da qui.

If not you

Se non te (Other than you in English) is a song recorded by Italian singer Laura Pausini and written by Pausini and Niccolò Agliardi.

The song has a Spanish language version, named Sino a ti.

The song was written for Laura Pausini’s third compilation album, 20 – The Greatest Hits, released in November 2013. The song was released as the second single extracted from the album, and was released two months after the first one: “Limpido”. It is also one of the three new songs that were included in that album, the other ones being “Limpido” (included both as a duet between Pausini and Australian singer Kylie Minogue and a soloist version with only Pausini’s vocals) and “Dove resto solo io”.

The song was chosen and released as the second single of that album in Italy, Switzerland and Brazil, but not in the rest of Europe.

A music video for the song was recorded in September 2013, and was directed by Gaetano Morbioli. The music video features Marika Lo Cicero, who won a contest thrown by Laura Pausini and got the chance of participating in the shootings [1] This version of the music video shows Pausini’s background as a piano-bar singer, with actors taking the roles of her, her father and her mother. Although the song’s lyrics talks about Pausini’s daughter, Paola, its music video shows the love story of her parents.

Listens (song)

“Resta in ascolto” (English: Keep listening) is a pop rock ballad written by Laura Pausini, Daniel and Cheope and recorded by Italian singer Laura Pausini. It was released on 10 September 2004 as the first single from Pausini’s album Resta in ascolto.[1] The single reached number one in Italian Singles Chart, and it was her first number one single since “La solitudine”. Pausini also recorded a Spanish-language version of the song, adapted by J. Badia and titled “Escucha atento”. This version of the song was released as a single in the Hispanic market and it was included in the Spanish-language edition of her album, Escucha.

Primavera in anticipo (It Is My Song)

“Primavera in Anticipo (It Is My Song)” (English: “Anticipated Spring”) is a pop duet between Italian singer Laura Pausini and British singer-songwriter James Blunt. It was released as the second single from Pausini’s album Primavera in anticipo. The single was released on January 2, 2009. The song was also featured on the deluxe version of Blunt’s second studio album, All the Lost Souls. The single was very successful in Europe, however, was not released in the UK or Ireland. The single was released simultaneously digitally and physically.

Why not come back

“Perché non torna più” (English: Why does it not return any more) is an Italian ballad recorded by pop singer Laura Pausini. It is a single from the singers first album Laura Pausini. The song is translated into Spanish under the title ¿Por qué no volverán?, this version being present on Pausini’s first Spanish language album, issued in late 1994.

The song is present on Pausini’s first compilation album, issued in 1995.

The song was written by Pietro Cremonesi, Federico Cavalli and producer Angelo Valsiglio, and sung by Laura Pausini.

One More Time (Laura Pausini song)

“One More Time” is a song by Richard Marx which he wrote for Laura Pausini. Later Marx recorded the song for his sixth studio album, Days in Avalon. Pausini’s version was originally released in 1999 for the movie Message in a Bottle.

The song is available on both Pausini’s greatest hits compilations, “E ritorno da te” and “20 – The Greatest Hits”.

The song was performed live during Pausini’s third world tour. Live versions were included on Pausini’s first DVD. There is a little-known video clip of an acoustic performance of the song included on Pausini’s now-discontinued Video Collection.

Never did we forget anything, we live with

“On n’oublie jamais rien, on vit avec” (engl.: you’ll never forget anything, you live with that) is a 2003 song recorded by French artist Hélène Ségara and Italian singer Laura Pausini. It was the third single from Ségara’s third studio album, Humaine, on which it features as ninth track. Released in November 2003, the song was a success in France, Belgium and Switzerland, remaining to date one of the most successful single of both singers in terms of chartings.

I am not her

“Non sono lei” (English: I am not her) is a single released on November 20, 2009 by Italian singer-songwriter Laura Pausini.[1][2]

The track is the second single from Laura Live World Tour 09, her third live album (fourteenth overall), released in November 2009.

The song was recorded also in Spanish, with this version being named “Ella no soy” and being released as the second single of Laura Live Gira Mundial 09. One music video was recorded and released for each version.

The song is a new one, written by Laura Pausini and Cheope, the music being composed by Laura Pausini e Daniel Vuletic. Ignacio Ballesteros translated the song into Spanish.

I do not know how to explain

“Non me lo so spiegare” is a song written and recorded by Italian singer Tiziano Ferro. It was released as the third single from his second studio album, 111. The music video for the song was directed by Paolo Monico.[1] The song was also translated in Spanish and recorded by Tiziano Ferro himself for the Hispanic version of the album, under the title “No me lo puedo explicar”.[2]

In 2006, Ferro re-recorded the song as a duet with Italian singer Laura Pausini. This version of the song was included in Pausini’s 2006 album Io canto and it was released as a single in March 2007.

I never stopped

“Non ho mai smesso” (English: I never abandoned) is a song recorded by Italian singer Laura Pausini for her studio album Inedito. The song, produced by Paolo Carta and Laura Pausini, was written by Laura Pausini and Niccolò Agliardi. It was released in Italy on 11 November 2011, as the second single from the album.[1]

The song was also recorded in a Spanish-language version, titled “Jamás abandoné”. This version of the song, whose lyrics were adapted by Badia, was released in Latin America as the second single from the Spanish-language version of the album, Inédito.[2]

In May 2012, it was certified gold by the Federation of the Italian Music Industry for domestic sales exceeding 15,000 units.[3] In December 2012, the music video for “Jamás abandoné”, directed by Gaetano Morbioli, received a nomination for Music Video of the Year at the Lo Nuestro Awards 2013.[4]

There is not

“Non c’è” (English: It’s Not Here) is an Italian ballad written by Pietro Cremonesi, Angelo Valsiglio and Federico Cavalli and recorded by pop singer Laura Pausini. It is the second single from the singer’s first album, Laura Pausini. The song was also recorded in Spanish under the title “Se fue” and included in Pausini’s Spanish-language debut album, released in 1994. A remix version of “Se fue” was released in 1994 and became popular in Spanish dance clubs.[1] The song later became one of Pausini’s best known singles.[2]

A new version of the song is also included on the 2001 compilation album The Best of Laura Pausini: E ritorno da te, featuring Italian singer Nek playing bass.[3] The same arrangements were used for the Spanish-language counterpart, “Se fue”, included in Lo mejor de Laura Pausini: Volveré junto a ti.

In 2013, Pausini recordered a new version for her 2013 compilation album 20 – The Greatest Hits featuring American singer Marc Anthony in a salsa style by Sergio George.[4] This version received a nomination for Tropical Collaboration of the Year at the 2015 Lo Nuestro Awards.[5]

The song is widely known as the follow on from Laura Pausini’s first single “La solitudine”.

I have my

“Mi tengo” / “Me quedo” (I keep) is a song recorded by Italian singer Laura Pausini for her studio album Inedito. The song, produced by Paolo Carta, was written by Laura Pausini and Niccolò Agliardi, with the music being composed by Niccolò Agliardi, Matteo Bassi and Simone Bertolotti.

The song was also recorded in a Spanish-language version, titled “Me quedo”, but was not released as a single from the Spanish-language version of the album, Inédito.

The song shows a very mature sense of love, a way to understand how many times the end of a story is the most correct path to take. The separation, while it hurts, leaves in the mind the signs of a past happiness. There are stories that end up without guilt or guilty, but only because it necessarily takes a different route.

The things that live (song)

“Le cose che vivi” (English: The things that you live through) is a song recorded by Italian singer Laura Pausini for her third Italian-language studio album, Le cose che vivi. The song was released as the album’s second single in January 1997. Pausini also recorded a Spanish-language version of the song, titled “Las cosas que vives” and a Portuguese-language version, with the title “Tudo o que eu vivo”. The song was also included on Pausini’s compilation album The Best of Laura Pausini: E ritorno da te, released in 2001.

In 2013, the song is re-recorded for Pausini’s compilation album 20 – The Greatest Hits / 20 – Grandes Éxitos with Brazilian singer Ivete Sangalo, in both Italian-Portuguese and Spanish-Portuguese versions.

The things that I do not expect

“Le cose che non mi aspetto” (English: The things that I don’t expect) is a song recorded by Italian singer Laura Pausini and produced by Paolo Carta, released in May 2012 as the fifth single from Pausini’s 2011 studio album Inedito. The lyrics of the song were written by Laura Pausini and Niccolò Agliardi, while the music was composed by Niccolò Agliardi and Luca Chiaravalli.[1]

The song was also recorded in a Spanish-language version, adapted by Ignacio Ballesteros and titled “Las cosas que no me espero”.[2] This version of the song was included in the Hispanic edition of the album, Inédito. “Las cosas que no me espero” was later re-recorded as a duet with Venezuelan singer Carlos Baute for the 2012 special edition of the album.[3] The duet is set to be released in Spain on 30 October 2012.[4]

Both versions of the song were performed during the Inedito World Tour, but as of March 18, 2012, the song was removed from the setlist. Starting to the Summer leg of the Inedito World Tour the song was reintroduced.

Following the release of the DVD Inedito Special Edition on November 27th 2012, Le cose che non mi aspetto was re-released as a single in Europe and Brazil, with Celeste being released in Italy and the duet version of Las cosas que no me espero in the Americas and Spain. [5]

According to Nielsen Music, “Le cose che non mi aspetto” was the 35th most aired song in Italy during 2012.[6]

Loneliness

“La solitudine” (English: Loneliness) is an Italian ballad recorded by pop singer Laura Pausini and released as her debut single by CGD in February 1993. The song is included in Pausini’s self-titled first album, released on 18 May 1993.

Pausini sang it for the first time on 23 February 1993, during the 43rd Sanremo Music Festival. On 27 February 1993, the song was announced the winner of the competition in the newcomers’ section, receiving 7,464 votes.[1]

The single reached the first position on the Italian Musica e dischi’s Single Chart, and later became an Italian standard.[2] Following the success obtained in Italy, in late 1993 the single was released in the rest of Europe, reaching the top 5 in France and topping the Dutch Top 40 Singles Chart and the Belgian VRT Top 30 Singles Chart.

In 1994 Pausini released a Spanish language version of the song, titled “La soledad” and included in her first Spanish language album, Laura Pausini. An English language version of the song, adapted by Tim Rice[3] and titled “La solitudine (Loneliness)” was recorded by Laura Pausini and released as a single on 19 June 1995[4] to promote her self-titled compilation album.[5]

The song was re-recorded as a slower, more dramatic ballad with live instrumentation for her 2001 compilation album The Best of Laura Pausini: E ritorno da te. The same arrangement was used for the new version of the Spanish counterpart of the song, included in Lo mejor de Laura Pausini: Volveré junto a ti.

On February 1, 2013, Pausini confirmed on her official website that all the three original versions of the song will be compiled together and released on iTunes as a celebration for her twenty career anniversary. It was released one day before the day she won the Sanremo Music Festival, on 26 February 2013.[6]

My answer (song)

“La mia risposta” is a song recorded by Italian singer Laura Pausini in 1998. Written by Pausini herself with Cheope and Claudio Guidetti, it was chosen as the third single from her fourth album with the same title. The song was also recorded in Spanish, under the title “Mi respuesta”. This version of the song was included in her first compilation album, The Best of Laura Pausini: E ritorno da te, released in 2001,[1] while the Italian-language version was included in the Spanish edition of the same compilation.[2]

But no

“Invece no” (English: On the other hand, no) is a pop song by Italian singer Laura Pausini for her album, Primavera in anticipo, released on October 22, 2008. “En cambio no” is its Spanish language adaptation featured in the Mexican telenovela En Nombre del Amor (2008). The Spanish version was nominated for the 2009 Latin Grammy for Record of the Year. This song also has a Portuguese version named “Agora Não”, but it was released only in Italy.

Io canto (song)

“Io canto” is a song written by Riccardo Cocciante and Marco Luberti. Originally released in 1979 by Cocciante as the title single for his album …E io canto, the song became a hit in Italy and during the following years, it became an Italian standard.[1]

In 2006, the song received new attention, following the release of a cover recorded by Italian singer Laura Pausini. Her version of the song was chosen as the first single from her album Io canto and charted across Europe, also reaching the top spot on the Italian Singles Chart.

ineradicable

“Incancellabile” (English: Unforgettable) is a song written by Cheope, Marco Marati and Angelo Valsiglio and recorded by Italian singer Laura Pausini. It was released as the first single from the album Le cose che vivi in 1996. The song was also recorded in Spanish and Portuguese, with the titles “Inolvidable” and “Inesquecível”, respectively. The Portuguese version is included only in the Brazilian version of the album.

In 2013, the song is re-recorded with new arrangements for Pausini’s compilation album 20 – The Greatest Hits / 20 – Grandes Éxitos.

Without you

“In assenza di te” (English: In absence of you) is a pop song by Italian singer Laura Pausini off her fourth album, La mia risposta. “En ausencia de ti” is its Spanish-language adaptation. The song was released in France in June 2003. The English version, “It’s not Goodbye” originated all of the other versions, and was released in late 2003 as a single from the album From the Inside.

It remains as one of the most enduring of Pausini’s hits. It also helped to promote the album with the other hit-single “Un’emergenza d’amore”. All of the three versions were released as singles, although only the Spanish and Italian ones had videoclips recorded.

Both Spanish and Italian versions were included in Pausini’s greatest hits album, E ritorno da te.

Before it was released as a single, the song became famous in Brazil, where it was used as part of the soundtrack to the telenovela Pecado Capital. Later, Pausini released a special version of the single just in that country (see below).

It is widely regarded [according to whom?] as one of the most passionate pieces of music in the world.[dubious – discuss]

My biggest error

My biggest mistake ( Inglese : My biggest mistake ) is the second single of Italian singer Laura Pausini ‘s between you and the sea . The song is translated into Spanish under the title An error de los grandes . On her Inglese-language album From the Inside , the song has an Inglese version (Which originated Both the Italian and the Spanish versions) named Everyday Is A Monday , Which is Also included on her greatest hits album 20 – The Greatest Hits .

And I return to you (song)

“E ritorno da te” (literally I comeback to you) is a song by Italian recording artist Laura Pausini, released in September 2001 as the lead single from her first compilation album, The Best of Laura Pausini: E ritorno da te. The Spanish-language version of the song, titled “Volveré junto a ti”, received an ASCAP Latin Music Award for Pop/Ballad Song in 2003,[1] while the Italian-language version received a nomination for International Song of the Year at the 2003 NRJ Music Awards.[2]

The song was inspired by Pausini’s relationship with her manager Alfredo Cerruti.[3]

In 2013, Pausini recorded a new version of the song for her second compilation album, 20 – The Greatest Hits.

With music on the radio

“Con la musica alla radio” (English: With the Music Playing on the Radio) is a single released on 25 September 2009 by Italian singer-songwriter Laura Pausini.[1] The track is the first single from Laura Live World Tour 09, her third live album (fourteenth overall), released in November 2009.

This song is one of the three previously unreleased tracks available on the album, along with “Non sono lei” (another studio track) and “Casomai” (performed live during a sound check for a concert in São Paulo, Brazil).

Just like her previous works, Pausini also recorded a Spanish version for the song, titled “Con la música en la radio”, and this was sent to Spanish-language markets.

The single was certified gold by the Federation of the Italian Music Industry.[2]

As if he had never been love

“Come se non fosse stato mai amore” is a song recorded by Italian singer Laura Pausini and released on 25 March 2005 as the third single from her 2004’s album Resta in ascolto.[1]

A Spanish-language version of the song, titled “Como si no nos hubiéramos amado”, was featured on the on Escucha, the version of Resta in ascolto released in the Hispanic market. After being released as a single, “Como si no nos hubiéramos amado” topped the Billboard Latin Pop Airplay chart in 2006. This version of the song also received an ASCAP Latin Music Award in 2007 for Pop/Ballad Song.[2]

Celeste (song)

“Celeste” / “Así Celeste” (Blue) is a song recorded by Italian singer Laura Pausini for her studio album Inedito, serving as the album’s sixth and last single. The song, produced by Paolo Carta, was written by Laura Pausini and Beppe Dati, with the music being composed by Dati and Goffredo Orlandi.

The song was also recorded in a Spanish-language version, titled “Así Celeste”, which was not released as a single outside Italy, Europe and Brazil. Outside the selected countries, Pausini choose a duet version of “Las cosas que no me espero” with Carlos Baute to be the final single.

Pausini confirmed on September 15, 2012 during a fan meeting that she was pregnant, and that originally “Troppo tempo” would be the last single promoting Inedito, but when she discovered her pregnancy she changed her mind to “Celeste.[1]

The song was written by Pausini after many years the press having announced she was pregnant when actually she was not. In her words, the song represents what would she tell her daughter when she born.

Both versions of the song were performed during the Inedito World Tour.

The single was certified gold by the Federation of the Italian Music Industry for domestic downloads exceeding 15,000 units.[2]

Welcome (song)

“Benvenuto” [beɱveˈnuːto] / “Bienvenido” [bjembeˈniðo] (Welcome) is a song recorded by Italian singer Laura Pausini for her studio album Inedito. The song, produced by Paolo Carta, was written by Laura Pausini, Niccolò Agliardi and Paolo Carta.[1][2] On 12 September 2011, it was released to mainstream radios[3] and it became digitally available[4] as the lead single of the album.[5]

It debuted at number one on the Italian Singles Chart and it was later certified platinum by the Federation of the Italian Music Industry.[6]

The song was also recorded in a Spanish-language version, titled “Bienvenido” and released as the first single from the Spanish-language version of the album, Inédito.[7] The music video for this version of the song received a nomination for Video of the Year at the Premio Lo Nuestro 2012, held on 16 February 2012.[8]

enough

“Bastava” / “Bastaba” (literally It Was Enough) is a song recorded by Italian singer Laura Pausini, for her eleventh studio album, Inedito. The song was released on radio on January 20, 2012.[1][2] In France, it is the third single extracted from the album.

The song was written by Niccolò Agliardi and produced and arranged by Alex Mark Scott to Eleonora Crupi, who was taking part on the fifth edition of the talent show Amici di Maria De Filippi, who was refused to Sanremolab (which opens the doors to the Festival di Sanremo itself) The song was donated later to Pausini and readapted. The song was written by Niccolò Agliardi and Massimiliano Pelan; the Spanish language version was made by Ignacio Ballesteros and produced by Laura Pausini and Paolo Carta.

The song was also recorded in a Spanish-language version, titled “Bastaba” and released as the second single from the Spanish-language version of the album, Inédito.

Listen to your heart

“Ascolta il tuo cuore” (in Italian: Listen to your heart) is a song written by Vito Mastrofrancesco, Alberto Mastrofrancesco, Charles Cohiba, Cheope and Fabrizio Pausini. It was recorded by Italian singer Laura Pausini for her 1996’s album Le cose che vivi[1] and it was released as the album’s third single in February 1997. The song was also featured on Pausini’s compilation album The Best of Laura Pausini: E ritorno da te, released in 2001.[2]

A Spanish-language version of the song was also recorded by Pausini for the Hispanic version of the album, Las cosas que vives,[3] and it was released as a single under the title “Escucha a tu corazón”.

The music video for the song was directed by Alberto Colombo.[4]

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