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|"Si El Amor Se Va"|
|Single by Roberto Carlos|
|from the album Volver|
|Songwriter(s)||Rudy Pérez · Roberto Liví|
|Producer(s)||Bebu Silvetti · Roberto Liví|
|Roberto Carlos singles chronology|
"Si El Amor Se Va" ("If Love Goes Away") is a song written by Rudy Pérez and Roberto Liví and performed by Brazilian singer-songwriter Roberto Carlos. It was released as the second single from his album Volver (1988). The song became his first number-one single in the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks chart.
"Si El Amor Se Va" debuted in the chart at number 29 on October 8, 1988 and climbed to the top ten two weeks later. It reached the top position of the chart on November 19, 1988, replacing "Boca Rosa" by Dominican singer Ángela Carrasco and being replaced three weeks later by Rocío Dúrcal's "Cómo Tu Mujer". "Si El Amor Se Va" ranked at number 12 in the Hot Latin Tracks Year-End Chart of 1989. Lucía Méndez and Banda La Piñera also recorded their version of the song.
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