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LF Content Team | Updated on 7 April 2023
Learning Spanish with La Maquinaria Norteña'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 1 song recommendations by La Maquinaria Norteña 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!
La Maquinaria Norteña has established itself as one of the most accomplished norteño bands around. Their unique sound is defined by the remarkable contributions of each member, including Keith Nieto on the saxophone, Rory Nieto on the accordion, Tony Nieto on drums, and Randy on electric bass. Of course, it is the incomparable vocals of Sergio Soto "La Mozka" that truly sets them apart. Together, they offer a fresh musical experience that seamlessly blends contemporary arrangements with the traditional regional Mexican genre, particularly the distinctive "Chihuahua" style of Norteño music that showcases the saxophone and accordion.
1 Eres Ese Algo (You're That Something)
Eres Ese Algo (You're That Something)
Eres ese algo
Que mi mente ha estado imaginando
Desde cuando
Eres ese algo
You're that something
That my mind has been imagining
Since when
You're that something
The song "Eres Ese Algo" by La Maquinaria Norteña is about someone who has been imagining and waiting for a special person to come into their life. When they finally meet that person, they realize that they are everything they have been dreaming of and more. The lyrics describe how this person's smile and presence illuminates everything around them and how they are unlike anyone else the singer has ever met. Overall, the song is a celebration of finding that special someone who exceeds all expectations.
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We have more songs with translations on our website and mobile app. You can find the links to the website and our mobile app below. We hope you enjoy learning Spanish with music!