Learning Spanish with Dvicio's music is fun, engaging, and includes a cultural aspect that is often missing from other language learning methods. It is also great way to supplement your learning and stay motivated to keep learning Spanish!
Below are 3 song recommendations by Dvicio to get you started! Alongside each recommendation, you will find a snippet of the lyric translations with links to the full lyric translations and lessons for each of the songs!
Castillo de Cera (Castle of Wax)
Mi piano ya no tiene teclas negras
Se han teñido y ahora no las puedo ver
Se camuflan como el blanco de las cebras
Que de noche no se ve
My piano doesn't have black keys anymore
They've been dyed and now I can't see them
They camouflage like the white of zebras
That at night you don't see
Castillo de Cera by Dvicio is a song about embracing the contradictions of life and learning to accept yourself. The lyrics explore the idea of being your own enemy, and how it can be liberating to break away from the expectations of society. The song encourages listeners to find strength within themselves and to recognize that even though life can be difficult, it can also be beautiful. The chorus emphasizes this message, with the singer declaring that even though he is broken on the outside, he is alive on the inside.
Hoy ya no tengo ganas de nada más
Tu olor sigue en mi cama
Han sido tantas noches que recordar
Wake me up tomorrow
Today I don't have desire for anything more
Your smell is still in my bed
There have been so many nights to remember
In the song "Nada" by Dvicio, the narrator reflects on the emptiness of a relationship that has ended, and the difficulty of finding warmth and connection in its absence. He expresses his longing for the other person, and his frustration at the lack of communication and physical contact. He questions the value of the games of glances they used to play, and ultimately realizes that without the other person, he is nothing.
Qué tienes tú (What do you have)
Tal vez no sirva de nada mi mejor esfuerzo
No hay palabra en este mundo que te haga cambiar
Tú elegiste tu camino aunque yo quede lejos
Y decidiste caminar
Maybe my best effort serves nothing
There's no word in this world that would make you change
You chose your path although I'm far away
And you decided to walk
"Qué tienes tú" by Dvicio is a song about a person who is reflecting on a past relationship and the strength they have gained from it. The lyrics explore the idea of having the courage to move on and the power of self-love. The song also emphasizes the importance of having the courage to stand up for oneself and to keep going despite the pain of a breakup. The chorus of the song asks the listener to consider what they have that is worth fighting for.