Si Tú No Vuelves

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"Si Tú No Vuelves"
Miguel Bosé Si Tú No Vuelves.jpg
Single by Miguel Bosé
from the album Bajo el signo de Caín
Released 1993
Format CD single
Recorded 1992
Genre Latin pop
Length 4:42
Label WEA Latina
Songwriter(s)
  • Miguel Bosé
  • Lanfranco Ferrario
  • Massimo Grilli
Miguel Bosé singles chronology
"Madrid, Madrid"
(1991)
"Si Tú No Vuelves"
(1993)
"Nada Particular"
(1993)
"Madrid, Madrid"
(1991)
"Si Tú No Vuelves"
(1993)
"Nada Particular"
(1993)
Music video
"Si Tú No Vuelves" Video on YouTube

"Si Tú No Vuelves" (English: "If You Don't Come Back") is first released in 1993 as the lead single for Miguel Bosé's studio album Bajo el Signo de Caín. The song was written by Bosé, Lanfranco Ferrario and Massimo Grilli. For the international edition of the album an Italian adaptation was recorded, Se Tu Non Torni,[1] and an English lyrics one titled "They're only words" from the English language album Under the sign of Cain.

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Amaral and Chetes version[edit]

In 2006, a cover version of the song was recorded by Spanish duo Amaral and Mexican singer Chetes was released as the first single of the soundtrack of the Mexican movie Efectos Secundarios.

Miguel Bosé's and Shakira version[edit]

"Si Tú No Vuelves"
Single by Miguel Bosé featuring Shakira
from the album Papito
Released May 2007 (Italy Digital download)
Recorded 2007
Length 5:13
Songwriter(s)
Miguel Bosé singles chronology
"Nena"
(2006) Nena2006
"Si Tú No Vuelves"
(2007) Si Tú No Vuelves2007
"Morena Mía"
(2007)
Shakira singles chronology
"Las de la Intuición"
(2007) Las de la Intuición2007
"Si Tú No Vuelves"
(2007) Si Tú No Vuelves2007
"She Wolf"
(2009) She Wolf2009
Morena Mía2007

The song is a re-make of Miguel Bosé's song featuring the Colombian artist Shakira and is included on the former's album Papito. "Si Tú No Vuelves" was first released in Italy and it was recorded by Gustavo Celis in Panama. The song is slow and melodic, and gradually reaches a climax where Shakira ends the song.

Chart[edit]

Chart (2007) Peak
position
Italian Singles Chart[2] 2

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