There for Me (La Bionda song)

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"There for Me" is a song composed by Angelo La Bionda, Carmelo La Bionda and Charly Ricanek.[1] It originally appeared on the eponymous album of Italian disco duo La Bionda, which was released in 1978. It was notably covered several times by artist Sarah Brightman. There's also a French cover from 1981, by the singer Dalida, called Fini, La Comédie.

Sarah Brightman version[edit]

"There for Me"
Single by Sarah Brightman
from the album Timeless
Released 1998
Producer(s) Frank Peterson
Sarah Brightman singles chronology
"Tu Quieres Volver"
(1997)
There For Me"
(1998)
"Eden"
(1998)
Sarah Brightman & José Cura chronology
"Just Show Me How to Love You"
(1997)
"There For Me"
(1998)

Sarah Brightman's cover of this song first appeared on her Timeless album, featuring José Cura, and was released in 1997. It was also released as a single, with 'O mio babbino caro” as the B-side track. Often on her 2000/2001 La Luna tour, Brightman would perform this duet with Josh Groban, and this was included in the La Luna: Live in Concert DVD.[2]

Brightman and Cantonese entertainer Jacky Cheung sang "There For Me" in the city of Hong Kong on stage, at the "Hong Kong Millennium Extravaganza".

While the duet with José Cura version of this song is bilingual, the other two versions are completely in English.

Hayley Westenra and Paul Potts version[edit]

Hayley Westenra and Britain's Got Talent winner Paul Potts recorded "There For Me" in Italian, as "Sei Con Me", for Potts' second album, Passione, released in 2009.

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