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One More Time (Laura Pausini song)

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Released  1999
Writer(s)  Richard Marx
Length  4:25
Producer(s)  David Foster
Genre  Soft rock, adult contemporary
"One More Time" (1999)  "Tra te e il mare" (2000)

"One More Time" is a song by Richard Marx which he wrote for Laura Pausini. Later Marx recorded the song for his sixth studio album, Days in Avalon. Pausini's version was originally released in 1999 for the movie Message in a Bottle.


The song is available on both Pausini's greatest hits compilations, "E ritorno da te" and "20 - The Greatest Hits".

The song was performed live during Pausini's third world tour. Live versions were included on Pausini's first DVD. There is a little-known video clip of an acoustic performance of the song included on Pausini's now-discontinued Video Collection.

Music video

A music video of the song was not recorded, however, the acoustic version present on Pausini's discontinued VHS "Video Collection 1993-1999" is considered to be the official one. It shows only Pausini in a simple plan, with a black dress, then in front of a white piano.

Track listing

CD single – "One More Time – Music from and Inspired by the Motion Picture Message in a Bottle"
  1. "One More Time" – 4:22
  2. "Don't" (performed by Yve.n.Adam) – 3:45
  3. "Somewhere in the Middle" (performed by Nine Sky Wonder) – 3:58


Myriam Hernandez performed a cover of the song in Spanish for their album "+ Y Más..." in 2000


Music personnel
  • Richard Marx – composer
  • David Foster – keyboards
  • Felipe Elgueta – synthesizer programming
  • Dean Parks – guitars
  • William Ross – orchestra arrangement
  • Production personnel
  • David Foster – producer
  • Humberto Gatica – mixing
  • Felipe Elgueta – engineer
  • David Reitzas – additional engineer
  • References

    One More Time (Laura Pausini song) Wikipedia

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