|Released January 1997|
Genre Pop rock
|Format CD single|
|B-side Las cosas que vives (Spanish version)
Tudo o que eu vivo (Portuguese version)|
Writer(s) Cheope, G. Carella, Fabrizio Baldoni and Gino De Stefani
"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 music video of this song is simple, with shots remembering a movie. During the clip, we see parts of Laura's day. The Spanish-language version of the clip was nominated for Video of the Year at the 9th Lo Nuestro Awards, losing to fellow Italian performer Eros Ramazzotti with "La Aurora".
- "Le cose che vivi" – 4:31
- "Inolvidable" – 3:48
- "Las cosas que vives" (Tullio Radio Edit) – 3:53
- "Las cosas que vives" (Dance Mix) – 3:20
- "Las cosas que vives" (Original Radio Mix One) – 4:00
- "Las cosas que vives" (Original Radio Mix Two) – 4:01
- "Las cosas que vives" (Original Mix) – 5:50
- "Las cosas que vives" (Fabio B Mix) – 4:26