Non c'è

Non c'è

"Non c'è"
B-side "Perché non torna più"
Released 1993
Format CD single
Recorded Santanna Recording Studios (Castelfranco Emilia, Modena)
Genre Pop
Length 4:38
Label CGD
Writer(s) Pietro Cremonesi, Angelo Valsiglio and Federico Cavalli
Laura Pausini singles chronology

"La solitudine"
(1993)
"Non c'è"
(1993)
"Perché non torna più"
(1993)

Music video
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"Non c'è" (English: there isn't) 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.

The song is widely known as the follow on from Laura Pausini's first single "La solitudine".

Track listing

CD-Single (France) - CGD 4509 97173-2[4]
No. TitleWriter(s) Length
1. "Non c'è"  Pietro Cremonesi, Angelo Valsiglio, Federico Cavalli 3:58
2. "Perché non torna più"  Cremonesi, Valsiglio, Cavalli 3:59

Charts

Chart (1993–1994) Peak
position
Germany (Media Control AG)[5] 76
US Latin Songs (Billboard)[6] 24
US Latin Pop Songs (Billboard)[7] 5
US Latin Tropical (Billboard)[8] 8

Covers

The song was covered by Brazilian brother-sister singing duo Sandy & Junior, a Portuguese-language version, "Não Ter".[9] Milly Quezada performed a cover with her band Milly y Los Vecinos. This version peaked at #10 on the Billboard Tropical Songs.[10]

References