"Tired of Being Sorry (Laisse le destin l'emporter)" is a version of "Tired of Being Sorry" which was recorded as a duet with French singer Nâdiya. The song was released in France in April 2008. Both artists decided to re-record the song together because they had the same record label at the time. Iglesias also recorded a Spanish version of the song called "Amigo Vulnerable".
Another video has been shot for the French version "Tired of Being Sorry (Laisse le destin l'emporter)".
The song received generally positive reviews. For example, Musiqueradio.com website elected the duet version as the "song of the year" and deemed it was a "historical duet". Iglesias and Nâdiya were nominated for the 2009 NRJ Music Awards in the categories 'French group / duet / troupe of the year' and 'French song of the year', but they did not win.
In France, the version with Nâdiya went straight to number one on the chart edition of April 19, 2008, with 10,625 copies sold. It was number one for eleven weeks, and its weekly sales hit a peak of more than 17,000 sales, which was quite rare at the time in France. Then it stayed for six weeks at number two and totaled 24 weeks in the top five, 28 weeks in the top ten, 41 weeks in the top 50. According to Charts in France website, over 300,000 copies of the single were sold in France. In September 2008, SNEP revealed that the song was the best-selling single and the number 12 best-downloaded song of the first six months of 2008, and eventually the best-selling single of the year.
In Belgium (Wallonia), the single entered the Ultratop singles chart at number 24 on May 24, 2008, and climbed quickly and topped the chart from its fifth to eighth week. Then it remained for other eight weeks in the top three. Thereafter, it kept on dropping and stayed on the chart (top 40) for 25 weeks. It re-entered the chart for three weeks after Enrique Iglesias's performance on the television reality show Star Academy France, on December 19, 2008, and both singers' performance in Les Disques d'Or, aired on TF1 at the beginning of 2009.