"She" is a song written by Charles Aznavour and Herbert Kretzmer and released by Aznavour as a single in 1974. The song was written as a theme tune for the British TV series Seven Faces of Woman.
The song was also recorded in French, German and Italian, under the titles "Tous les visages de l'amour" (English: All the Faces of Love), "Sie" (English: She) and "Lei" (English: She), respectively.
The song peaked at number 1 on the UK Singles Chart, stayed there for four weeks, and it was certified silver for shipments exceeding 250,000 units. It also reached number 1 in the Irish Charts, despite spending just one week at the top. The song was recorded by Aznavour in several different languages aside from English, namely French and Italian, as well as Spanish and German. The song was less popular outside of the UK (where Seven Faces of Woman did not air); in France, the song narrowly missed the top 40, and in the United States, it failed to chart on the Billboard Hot 100 and charted on the lower end of the easy listening charts.
Elvis Costello recorded a cover version of the song in 1999. This version of the song, produced by Trevor Jones, was featured over the closing credits of the film Notting Hill and charted throughout Europe.
Elvis Costello recorded a cover version of the song in 1999 for the soundtrack of the film Notting Hill. This version of the song peaked at number 19 in the United Kingdom, giving Costello his first top 20 hit in the United Kingdom in 16 years.
Italian singer Laura Pausini also released an Italian language cover of the song, titled "She (Uguale a lei)". The song was recorded for a Barilla TV spot. The lyrics of the song were adapted by Pausini herself, and are therefore different from the lyrics of Aznavour's Italian-language version of his hit. It was also released as a digital single on 8 March 2006, but it was not featured on any of Pausini's studio albums. However, Pausini recorded a new version of the song, included in her greatest hits album 20 - The Greatest Hits.