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Ulises Bueno
LF Content Team | Updated on 02 February 2023
Learning Spanish with Ulises Bueno's music is a great way to learn! It is fun, engaging, and includes a cultural aspect that is often missing from other language learning methods. So music and song lyrics are a great way to supplement your learning and stay motivated to keep learning Spanish!
Below are 1 song recommendations by Ulises Bueno to get you started learning Spanish! We have full lyric translations and lessons for each of the songs recommended below, so check out all of our resources. We hope you enjoy learning Spanish with Ulises Bueno!
Ulises Mauro Bueno (Córdoba, Argentina, June 26, 1985) is an Argentine quartet singer and composer. Ulises ventured professionally into the world of music at the beginning of 2002, at first interpreting songs by his brother and various artists, in pubs, bowling alleys and other places in different cities of Argentina. The song "Intento" (cover of the Spanish group Fondo Flamenco), gave him a boost in his career, since the song exceeded 120 million views on YouTube and placed him in the framework of the best Argentine singers in 2016, becoming the first and only quartet song to exceed this figure. He has won several awards for the best cuarteto album.
1 Intento (I Try)
Intento (I Try)
No puedo explicar qué pasó
Solo puedo decirte que no funcionó
No fue tuya la culpa, fue de los dos
Por ser tan caprichosos
I can't explain what happened
I can only tell you that it didn't work
The blame wasn't yours, it was both of us
For being so capricious
"Intento" by Ulises Bueno is a song about a relationship that didn't work due to the lack of commitment from both parties. The narrator feels lost in the labyrinth of his partner's cowardice, and although he tries to fly, he feels that time is slipping away. The song is upbeat which creates a contrast between the upbeat music and the nostalgia the narrator feels for the relationship that is gone.
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