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Learn Spanish With Songs
LF Content Team | Updated on 15 March 2023
Learning Spanish with songs and song lyrics is a great way to learn Spanish! Learning with music 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!
These 33 song recommendations are classics which are still popular today despite being released over a generation ago. So they are great songs that will get you started with learning Spanish with music and song lyrics.
1 La Tortura (The Torture) - Shakira
2 Pero Me Acuerdo De Ti (But I Remember You) - Christina Aguilera
3 Eres (You Are) - Café Tacvba
4 Como La Flor (Like The Flower) - Selena
5 Amor Prohibido (Forbidden Love) - Selena
6 Me Gustas Tu (I Like You) - Manu Chao
7 Si Una Vez (If I Once) - Selena
8 Ella y Yo (She and I) - Aventura
9 A Puro Dolor (A Pure Pain) - Son by Four
10 Te Extraño (I Miss You) - Xtreme
11 No Me Queda Más (I've Nothing More Left) - Selena
12 Ahora Quien (Now Who) - Marc Anthony
13 Entra en Mi Vida (Enter My Life) - Sin Bandera
14 Tú, Solo Tú (You Only You) - Selena
15 La Camisa Negra (The Black Shirt) - Juanes
16 Que Locura Enamorarme De Ti (What Madness To Fall In Love With You) - Eddie Santiago
17 Bésame Mucho (Kiss Me A Lot) - Andrea Bocelli
18 Yo Te Voy a Amar (I'm Going To Love You) - NSYNC
19 Suavemente (Softly) - Elvis Crespo
20 Llorarás (You Will Cry) - Oscar De Leon
21 De Música Ligera (Of Light Music) - Soda Stereo
22 Tú Me Haces Falta (I Miss You) - Eddie Santiago
23 Será Porque Te Amo (It Must Be 'Cause I Love You) - Ricchi e Poveri
24 Mi Mayor Venganza (My Greatest Revenge) - India
25 Persiana Americana (American Blind) - Soda Stereo
26 La Vida Es Un Carnaval (Life Is A Carnival) - Celia Cruz
27 La Bamba - Ritchie Valens
28 Alfonsina y El Mar (Alfonsina and The Sea) - Mercedes Sosa
29 Obsesion (Obsession) - Aventura
30 Tú Con Él (You With Him) - Frankie Ruiz
31 Cada Vez Otra Vez (Every Time Again) - Eddie Santiago
32 El Día De Mi Suerte (My Lucky Day) - Héctor Lavoe
33 Corazon Culpable (Guilty Heart) - Anthony Santos
La Tortura (The Torture)
Shakira, Alejandro Sanz
Ay payita mía, guardate la poesia
Guardate la alegria pa' ti
No pido que todos los días sean de sol
No pido que todos los viernes sean de fiesta
Oh my girl, keep the poetry
Keep the joy for you
I don't ask that all days be sunny
I don't ask that all Fridays be a party
La Tortura by Shakira is a song about the pain of losing a loved one and the regret of not being able to make things right. The lyrics express the singer's longing for the person they have lost, and the regret of not being able to make things right. The song also speaks to the idea that mistakes can be learned from, and that love is more than just words. The singer acknowledges that they have not been a saint, but they are willing to make things right. The chorus of the song emphasizes the pain of losing the person and the regret of not being able to make things right.
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Pero Me Acuerdo De Ti (But I Remember You)
Christina Aguilera
Ahora que ya mi vida se encuentra normal
Que tengo en casa quien sueña con verme llegar
Ahora puedo decir que me encuentro de pie
Ahora que me va muy bien
Now that my life is back to normal
That I have at home someone who dreams of seeing me arrive
Now I can say that I find myself standing
Now that I'm doing very well
"Pero Me Acuerdo de Ti" by Christina Aguilera is a song about the pain and heartache caused by a past love. Although the singer has moved on and is doing well, she still remembers her former lover and the memories they shared, causing her to feel emotional pain and lose her calm. The lyrics convey the enduring impact of past love on the human heart.
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Eres (You Are)
Café Tacvba
Lo que más quiero en este mundo, eso eres
Mi pensamiento más profundo también eres
Tan sólo dime lo que hago, aquí me tienes
You are
What I most want in this world, you are
My deepest thought also you are
Just tell me what to do, here you have me
The song "Eres" by Café Tacvba is an award winning song being nominated at the Latin Grammy Awards for the "Song of the Year" and won "Best Rock Song". Based on the lyrics, "Eres" is a declaration of love to someone who is the most important person in the singer's life. The lyrics describe how this person is the singer's deepest thought, the one thing they need to feel complete, and the only thing that inhabits their mind. The singer expresses their willingness to do anything for this person, including giving their life. The person is not only the singer's love interest but also their salvation, hope, and faith. The song portrays a deep sense of devotion and admiration for this special person, who is the center of the singer's world.
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Como La Flor (Like The Flower)
Yo sé que tienes un nuevo amor
Sin embargo, te deseo lo mejor
Si en mi no encontraste felicidad
Tal vez alguien más te la dará
I know that you have a new love
Nevertheless, I wish you the best
If you didn't find happiness with me
Maybe someone else will give it to you
In Como La Flor by Selena, the singer expresses her sadness at the loss of her love, despite knowing that her partner has found someone new. She wishes him the best, but is still hurt by the fact that she gave him all the love she could and it wasn't enough. She acknowledges that she must move on, but the pain of losing her love is still strong.
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Amor Prohibido (Forbidden Love)
Con unas ansias locas quiero verte hoy
Espero ese momento en que escuche tu voz
Y cuando al fin estemos juntos los dos
Qué importa qué dirán
With a crazy craving I want to see you today
I wait for that moment in which I hear your voice
And when finally we're together both
What does it matter what they'll say
In Amor Prohibido by Selena, the singer expresses her desire to be with her beloved despite the disapproval of their families and society. She emphasizes that money and social status are not important in their relationship, and that their love is worth more than anything else. Despite the whispers of disapproval from the streets, they will continue to love each other.
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Me Gustas Tu (I Like You)
Manu Chao
¿Qué horas son, mi corazón?
Te lo dije bien clarito
Permanece la escucha
Doce de la noche en la Habana, Cuba
What time is it, my heart?
I told you very clearly
Keep listening
Twelve at night in Havana, Cuba
Manu Chao's song "Me Gustas Tu" is a celebration of the joys of life, from traveling to dreaming to dancing. The lyrics express a deep appreciation for the people and places in the singer's life, from Havana, Cuba to San Salvador, El Salvador to Managua, Nicaragua. The song is a reminder to take time to appreciate the beauty of life and the people around us.
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Si Una Vez (If I Once)
Yo te di todo mi amor y más
Y tú no reconoces ni lo que es amar
Yo me puse dispuesta a tus pies
Y tan solo con desprecio me has pagado pero ahora ve
I gave you all my love and more
And you don't even recognize what it is to love
I put myself ready at your feet
And only with contempt you have paid me but now go
In the song "Si Una Vez" by Selena, the singer reflects on a past relationship in which she gave her all and was met with disrespect. She expresses regret for having loved so deeply and admits that she was foolish to think that her love would be reciprocated. She acknowledges that her mistake is in the past and that one day her former partner will regret their actions.
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Ella y Yo (She and I)
Aventura, Don Omar
Ella y yo
Dos locos viviendo una aventura castigada por Dios
Un laberinto sin salida donde el miedo se convierte en amor
Somos su marido, ella y yo
She and I
Two madmen living an adventure punished by God
A labyrinth without an exit where the fear becomes love
We're her husband, she and I
In Ella y Yo, Aventura and Don Omar tell the story of two lovers living a forbidden romance. Despite knowing that their love is wrong, they are unable to resist the temptation and continue to meet in secret. The song also speaks of the consequences of their actions, as the protagonist loses both his lover and his friend. The song ultimately serves as a warning to not give in to temptation, as it can lead to heartache and pain.
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A Puro Dolor (A Pure Pain)
Son by Four
Perdona si te estoy llamando en este momento
Pero me hacía falta escuchar de nuevo
Aunque sea un instante tu respiración
Disculpa, sé que estoy violando nuestro juramento
Forgive if I'm calling you in this moment
But I was needing to hear again
Even for a moment, your breathing
Sorry, I know that I'm violating our oath
The song "A Puro Dolor" by Son by Four is about a person who is struggling with the pain of a breakup and desperately wants their former partner back in their life. The lyrics express their deep longing and anguish, as they confess their feelings and apologize for violating their promise. They describe feeling empty and lost without their partner, and their days and nights are filled with nothing but pain. They ask for their fantasies and desires to be returned to them, and for the air that they need to breathe to live. The overall message is one of heartbreak and yearning for a lost love.
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Te Extraño (I Miss You)
El tiempo pasa y pasa y yo sigo así
Queriéndote en mis brazos sin poderte tener
Y busco una salida para no verme así
Ay qué lejos de mi lado tu amor está de mí
Time passes and passes and I continue like this
Wanting you in my arms without being able to have you
And I look for an exit to not see myself like this
Oh how far from my side your love is from me
In the song "Te Extraño" by Xtreme, the singer expresses his deep sadness at the loss of his love. Time passes and he still wants her in his arms, but he can't have it. He seeks a way out of feeling this way, but it is difficult knowing that she is no longer with him. He cries knowing that she is no longer with him and tries not to feel this way, but it is difficult. He expresses his pain at knowing that his love is no longer with him and asks why she has to do this to him. He suffers being without her and knowing that she is no longer with him. He expresses his love and desire to be with her, but knows that she is no longer there for him.
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No Me Queda Más (I've Nothing More Left)
No me queda más
Que perderme en un abismo de tristeza y lágrimas
No me queda más
Que aguantar bien mi derrota y brindarte felicidad
I've nothing more left
Than lose myself in an abyss of sadness and tears
I've nothing more left
Than endure well my defeat and toast you happiness
"No Me Queda Más" by Selena is a song about the pain of unrequited love. The lyrics describe the singer's feelings of sadness and loss, as well as her determination to accept her defeat and wish her former love happiness. Despite the fact that he claims that the relationship was not love, the singer still cherishes those experiences as the sweetest memories of her life. She had a hope and an illusion that her love would be reciprocated, but now she must accept that her former love will only be a friend. Despite the pain of being wrong and living in love, she still believes that it was the most beautiful and grandest love.
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Ahora Quien (Now Who)
Marc Anthony
¿A quién van a engañar ahora tus brazos?
¿A quién van a mentirle ahora tus labios?
¿A quién vas a decirle ahora te amo?
Y luego en el silencio
Who will your arms deceive now?
Who will your lips lie to now?
Who will you tell I love you now?
And then in silence
"Ahora Quien" by Marc Anthony is a song that expresses the pain of someone who has lost his love. The singer asks who will now receive the arms, lips, and love of his former lover. The singer also wonders who will write poems and letters, who will share their fears and flaws, and who will have the pleasure of loving her. The singer feels stupid, illogical, and alone, and expresses his pain at imagining her giving their scent, kisses, and smile to someone else. Finally, the singer concludes that no one will be able to love her as much as he does.
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Entra en Mi Vida (Enter My Life)
Sin Bandera
Buenas noches, mucho gusto
Eras una chica más
Después de cinco minutos
Ya eras alguien especial
Good evening, nice to meet you
You were one more girl
After five minutes
You were already someone special
Entra en Mi Vida by Sin Bandera is a song about the power of love and how it can take over in an instant. It tells the story of two people who meet and quickly realize that they have a special connection. The lyrics express the narrator's desire to have the other person in his life, and how he has come to need her. He opens the door to his heart and invites her in, promising that there will be no more lonely nights. The song is a reminder that love can happen in an instant and that it is worth taking a chance on.
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Tú, Solo Tú (You Only You)
Mira como ando mi amor por tu querer
Borracha y apasionada
Nomás por tu amor
Mira como ando mi bien
Look how I'm doing my love for your loving
Drunk and passionate
Only for your love
Look how I'm doing my good
Tú, Solo Tú by Selena is a song about the pain of unrequited love. The lyrics describe the narrator's obsession with the object of her affection, and how they are driven to distraction and despair by her inability to forget him. The narrator is desperate to forget her love, but is instead driven to drink and destruction. Ultimately, she realizes that it is only their beloved who has filled their life with sorrow and opened a wound in her heart.
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La Camisa Negra (The Black Shirt)
No por pobre y feo, pero por antojado
Tengo la camisa negra
Hoy mi amor está de luto
Hoy tengo en el alma una pena
Not for being poor or ugly, but for longing
I have the black shirt
Today my love is mourning
Today I have in my soul a sorrow
In La Camisa Negra by Juanes, the singer expresses his pain and sorrow after being abandoned by his lover. He wears a black shirt to symbolize his grief and loneliness, and reflects on how he was deceived by his partner's false promises. He laments his misfortune in having met her, and how he was left broken-hearted and full of sorrow after tasting the bitter poison of her love. He is left with only his black shirt and a dead heart beneath it.
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Que Locura Enamorarme De Ti (What Madness To Fall In Love With You)
Eddie Santiago
Amiga déjame decirte todo lo que siento
Que yo no puedo mas vivir con este amor secreto
Amiga muero sin tener el beso de tu boca
Soñando el roce de tu piel amor
Friend let me tell you everything that I feel
That I can't live anymore with this secret love
Friend, I die without having the kiss of your mouth
Dreaming of the touch of your skin, love
"Que Locura Enamorarme De Ti" by Eddie Santiago is a song about the intense and forbidden love between two people. The narrator expresses his feelings of love and desire for his friend, knowing that her love belongs to someone else. He expresses his longing for her, wishing to show her what true love is and to make her feel the same way he does. Despite the impossibility of their love, he still hopes that one day she will give in to his pleas and they can experience a passionate love affair.
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Bésame Mucho (Kiss Me A Lot)
Andrea Bocelli
Bésame, bésame mucho
Como si fuera esta noche la última vez
Bésame, bésame mucho
Que tengo miedo a perderte, perderte después
Kiss me, kiss me a lot
As if tonight were the last time
Kiss me, kiss me a lot
Because I'm afraid of losing you, losing you afterwards
“Bésame Mucho” (“Kiss Me a Lot”) was written in 1941 by Consuelo Velázquez, who was about 15 years old at the time, in bolero style. Inspired by the Nightingale Aria from the opera “Goyescas” by Enrique Granados, she said that she had never been kissed when she wrote the song. It is one of the most popular songs of the 20th century and one of the most important songs in the history of Latin music. It was recognized in 1999 as the most recorded and covered song in Spanish of all time. The artist singing the song here is Andrea Bocelli. The song "Bésame Mucho" is a romantic ballad about a fear of losing a loved one. The lyrics urge the listener to kiss their partner as if it were the last time, expressing a sense of urgency and desperation in the face of potential separation. The repetition of the phrase "Bésame mucho" emphasizes the importance of physical affection and intimacy in the relationship. Overall, the song conveys a sense of longing, passion, and vulnerability.
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Yo Te Voy a Amar (I'm Going To Love You)
Cuando sientas tristeza
Que no puedas calmar
Cuando haya un vacío
Que no puedas llenar
When you feel sadness
That you can't calm down
When there is a void
That you can't fill
The song "Yo Te Voy a Amar" by NSYNC is about unconditional love and support for someone who is going through a difficult time. The lyrics express a commitment to being there for the person, offering comfort and reassurance even when they are feeling sad or lost. The singer promises to always love and stand by the person, never leaving their side. The chorus repeats the idea that the singer will be a source of warmth and hope, loving the person until their last breath. The song ultimately conveys a message of loyalty and devotion in a relationship.
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Suavemente (Softly)
Elvis Crespo
Suavemente, bésame
Que quiero sentir tus labios
Besándome otra vez
Suavemente, bésame
Softly, kiss me
Because I want to feel your lips
Kissing me another time
Softly, kiss me
"Suavemente" reached number one on the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks on May 16, 1998, and remained atop the chart for six weeks. In the song "Suavemente" by Elvis Crespo, the singer expresses his desire to feel the other person's lips kissing him again. He asks to be kissed softly, tenderly, lovingly, and sweetly, and to be kissed deeply so that it reaches his soul. He also wonders what it is about the other person's kisses that make him feel so captivated. The chorus of the song repeats the phrase "Bésame, que yo quiero sentir tus labios besándome otra vez" (Kiss me, I want to feel your lips kissing me again).
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Llorarás (You Will Cry)
Oscar De Leon
Sé que tú no quieres que yo a ti te quiera
Siempre tú me esquivas de alguna manera
Si te busco por aquí, me sales por allá
Lo único que yo quiero
I know that you don't want me to love you
You always avoid me in some way
If I look for you here, you come out there
The only thing that I want
The song "Llorarás" by Oscar De Leon is about a woman who is playing games with the singer's heart. Despite his efforts to win her affection, she continually avoids him. He warns her that her bad behavior will lead to regret and she will end up crying alone with no one to console her. The singer claims that she will eventually come back to him seeking forgiveness, but he has already moved on and forgotten about her. The chorus repeats the phrase "Llorarás" which means "You will cry." Overall, the song is a warning to those who play games with people's emotions and the consequences that come with it.
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De Música Ligera (Of Light Music)
Soda Stereo
Ella durmió
Al calor de las masas
Y yo desperté
Queriendo soñarla
She slept
To the warmth of the masses
And I woke up
Wanting to dream of her
"De Música Ligera" (Spanish for 'Of easy-listening music') is a song by the Argentine rock band Soda Stereo from their fifth studio album Canción Animal (1990). It is one of Soda Stereo's most famous and symbolic songs, whose musical influence has been remarkable in the history of Latin rock for over two decades. Due to its popularity, the song is considered an anthem of rock en español. De Música Ligera by Soda Stereo is a song about the power of love and how it can be both beautiful and painful. The lyrics tell the story of a man who is trying to move on from a past love, but is still haunted by the memories of it. He realizes that no matter how hard he tries, he can't escape the power of love and that it will always be a part of him.
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Tú Me Haces Falta (I Miss You)
Eddie Santiago
Yo no te prometí nunca te prometí serte fiel
Pero no, no confundas cuando dije amar te amé
Yo no te prometí nunca te prometí por temor
A fallar de dejar de cumplir con tu corazón
I didn't promise you I never promised to be faithful to you
But no, don't confuse when I said love I loved you
I didn't promise you I never promised you out of fear
Of failing to fulfill your heart
The song "Tu Me Haces Falta" by Eddie Santiago expresses the singer's feelings of missing and needing his former lover. He admits that he never promised to be faithful, but he did love her. He also acknowledges that he didn't promise her forever, but if he returned, it would be true love. The singer longs for his former lover, and without her, his nights are lonely and painful. He expresses that he wants to be with her again and that he needs her in his life. The song is a plea to his former lover to take him back because he can't live without her.
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Será Porque Te Amo (It Must Be 'Cause I Love You)
Ricchi e Poveri
De pronto canto
Será porque te amo
Y siento el viento
Que pasa por tus manos
Suddenly I sing
It must be 'cause I love you
And I feel the wind
That passes through your hands
Ricchi e Poveri's song "Será porque te amo" is a romantic ballad about the power of love. The lyrics describe the narrator's feelings of joy and freedom when they are with their beloved, and how they are willing to take risks and fly away with them. The chorus repeats the phrase "Será porque te amo" ("It must be because I love you"), emphasizing the narrator's strong emotions and the transformative power of love.
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Mi Mayor Venganza (My Greatest Revenge)
Ni pienses que voy a pelear por él
Ni sueñes que voy a luchar por él
Yo te lo regalo
Llévatelo lejos
Don't even think that I'm going to fight for him
Don't even dream that I'm going to fight for him
I gift him to you
Take him away
In the song Mi Mayor Venganza by India, the singer expresses her desire for revenge against her former lover. She encourages a woman with who her former lover cheated to take him away. The singer says he is bad luck, and her revenge will be that the other woman discovers his deceit and suffers like she did. She warns the other woman to be careful, as playing with fire can lead to getting burned. In the end, she is liberated from the falseness and is free to move on.
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Persiana Americana (American Blind)
Soda Stereo
Yo te prefiero
Fuera de foco
Yo te prefiero
I prefer you
Out of focus
I prefer you
In the song "Persiana Americana" by Soda Stereo, the singer explores the desire to observe someone from afar, without committing. The singer refers to himself as a "spy" and a "spectator" who looks through "American blinds" to see the person he loves. The singer admits that it is hard to believe that he will ever know how far their relationship will go, but he continues to look through the blinds. The singer also suggests that there is no need to understand what may happen between them, but rather to simply enjoy the moment.
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La Vida Es Un Carnaval (Life Is A Carnival)
Celia Cruz
Todo aquel que piense que la vida es desigual
Tiene que saber que no es así
Que la vida es una hermosura
Hay que vivirla
Everyone who thinks that life is unequal
You have to know that it's not so
That life is a beauty
You must live it
Celia Cruz's song "La Vida Es Un Carnaval" encourages listeners to embrace life and find joy in the midst of difficult times. The lyrics remind us that life is not always unfair, that no one is ever truly alone, and that even the worst of times will eventually pass. The song encourages us to put on a brave face and to find solace in singing and dancing, as the carnival is a place of joy and celebration.
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La Bamba
Ritchie Valens
Para bailar La Bamba
Para bailar La Bamba
Se necesita una poca de gracia
Una poca de gracia
To dance La Bamba
To dance La Bamba
A little bit of grace is needed
A little bit of grace
"La Bamba" is a Mexican folk song, originally from the state of Veracruz, also known as "La Bomba". The song is best known from a 1958 adaptation by Ritchie Valens, a Top 40 hit in the U.S. charts. Valens's version is ranked number 345 on Rolling Stone magazine′s list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. The song is popular for its lively rhythm and is often associated with dancing. The lyrics speak about the importance of having a little bit of grace and energy to dance the bamba. "La Bamba" is a joyful celebration of music and dance that encourages listeners to let go and have fun.
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Alfonsina y El Mar (Alfonsina and The Sea)
Mercedes Sosa
Por la blanda arena que lame el mar
Su pequeña huella
No vuelve más
Un sendero sólo de pena y silencio llegó
By the soft sand that the sea licks
Your little footprint
Doesn't come back anymore
A path of only pain and silence arrived
"Alfonsina y El Mar" is a song that speaks about the death of the Argentine poet Alfonsina Storni. The lyrics describe her walking towards the sea and taking her own life, overwhelmed by her struggles and sorrows, including her diagnosis of breast cancer. The song portrays the sea as a place of peace and comfort where she will find solace for her pain. The last part of the song talks about her departure and how she becomes one with the sea, represented by the image of her being dressed in seafoam. Overall, the song reflects on the themes of solitude, pain, and transcendence through death.
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Obsesion (Obsession)
Aventura, Judy Santos
Son las cinco de la mañana
Y yo no he dormido nada
Pensando en tu belleza
En loco voy a parar
It's five o'clock in the morning
And I haven't slept at all
Thinking about your beauty
I'm going to end up crazy
Obsesion by Aventura is a song about a man's intense infatuation with a woman. He is willing to go to extreme lengths to win her over, including ignoring her current boyfriend, stalking her, and even consulting a psychiatrist. He is aware that his feelings are not love, but an obsession, and he is determined to make her his own.
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Tú Con Él (You With Him)
Frankie Ruiz
Seguro, mujer, que hoy eres feliz
Que nada de ayer hoy te hace llorar
Tú con él
El tiempo corre, yo te espero, pero tú con él
Sure, woman, that you're happy today
That nothing from yesterday today makes you cry
You with him
The time passes, I wait for you, but you're with him
"You With Him" is a song by Frankie Ruiz about how he fell in love with a woman, but in the end she ended up with someone else. The song explores his feelings, as he realizes that he was used as an excuse for the woman to show the other person that she could live without him.
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Cada Vez Otra Vez (Every Time Again)
Eddie Santiago
No sé si a ti te pasa lo que a mí
Mi cuerpo está repleto de tus huellas
Que hoy quiero completar
Porque otra vez te irás
I don't know if to you happens what happens to me
My body is full of your footprints
That today I want to complete
Because again you'll leave
Eddie Santiago's song "Cada Vez Otra Vez" is a passionate plea for a loved one to return. The lyrics express the singer's longing for the person he loves and his conviction that she will eventually come back. The singer reflects on the memories of their time together, and how difficult it is to forget the love they shared. He expresses his willingness to wait for her to come back, and his belief that she will return "cada vez otra vez" (each time, again and again).
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El Día De Mi Suerte (My Lucky Day)
Héctor Lavoe, Willie Colón
Pronto llegará
El día de mi suerte
Sé que antes de mi muerte
Seguro que mi suerte cambiará
Soon it will arrive
My lucky day
I know that before my death
Surely my luck will change
"El Día De Mi Suerte" by Hector Lavoe is a song that talks about the hope for a better life. The lyrics tell the story of how he has suffered a lot in life, but still hopes that his luck will change. The song focuses on the idea that, before his death, his luck will change and that, even if fate betrays him, he will not fail. The song is an invitation to hope and faith in a better future.
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Corazon Culpable (Guilty Heart)
Anthony Santos
Mami, es el mayimbe otra vez
Antony Santos, el bachatú, el bachatú
Si fracaso, mamá, tú no tienes la culpa
Tú a mí me lo dijiste
Babe, it's the mayimbe again
Antony Santos, the bachatú, the bachatú, the bachatú
If I fail, babe, it's not your fault
You told it to me
In Corazon Culpable by Anthony Santos, the singer expresses his feelings of being in love with someone who does not love him back. He blames his heart for falling in love with her, despite his mother's warnings to be careful with his heart. He is in a state of confusion, not knowing what to do or how he fell in love in the first place. He is aware that his love is unrequited, yet he still loves her and hopes that one day she will love him back.
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