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LF Content Team | Updated on 02 February 2023
Learning Spanish with Dance 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!
Below are 5 Dance song recommendations 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 Dance!
1 Candela (Candle) - Alvaro Soler
2 LOVE - Gianluca Vacchi
3 Perdoname (Forgive me) - Deorro
4 Me Rehúso (I Refuse) - Danny Ocean
5 Será Porque Te Amo (It Must Be 'Cause I Love You) - Ricchi e Poveri
1. Candela (Candle)
Alvaro Soler, Nico Santos
Y si te digo digo
Que estoy en un lugar
Donde se vive entre colores
Y en una esquina, esquina
And if I tell you
That I'm in a place
Where you live among colors
And in a corner, corner
In the song "Candela" by Alvaro Soler, the narrator describes meeting a woman who changed his life with her smile. He expresses his love for her and his desire to follow her wherever she goes. He compares their relationship to a candle, which symbolizes the light and joy they bring to each other's lives. The chorus emphasizes the idea of the candle, repeating the phrase "Yo lo bailo así, como candela" ("I dance like a candle"). The song is a celebration of the power of love and the joy of being with someone special.
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Gianluca Vacchi, Sebastián Yatra
Solo hay un color
En mi corazón
Y una vida entera yo por ti me jugaré
We all need a little bit of love
There's only one color
In my heart
And an entire life I'll risk for you
Gianluca Vacchi's song LOVE is a celebration of the power of love to bring people together. The lyrics emphasize that everyone needs a little bit of love and pain, and that we are all the same despite our differences. The song encourages us to raise our flags and embrace the story that awaits us, and to come together in love. It reminds us that we are alive for a reason, and that we should all give our lives to love. The chorus repeats the message that we all need a little bit of love.
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3. Perdoname (Forgive me)
Deorro, Dycy, Adrian Delgado
Son las tres de la mañana
Y estoy en tu ventana
Buscándote amor
Escucha por favor
It's three in the morning
And I'm at your window
Looking for you love
Listen please
In the song Perdoname by Deorro, the narrator is outside the window of his love interest at 3am, asking for her attention and forgiveness. He is willing to do whatever it takes to make amends, but she does not seem to understand the pain he has gone through. He begs her to come out and listen to his explanation, and pleads for her to forgive him.
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4. Me Rehúso (I Refuse)
Danny Ocean
Dime cómo le explico a mi destino que ya no estas ahí
Dime cómo haré para desprenderme de este frenesí
Esta locura que siento por ti
Con esta química que haces en mí
Tell me how do I explain to my destiny that you're not there anymore
Tell me how will I detach myself from this frenzy
This madness that I feel for you
With this chemistry that you make in me
"Me Rehúso" by Danny Ocean is a song about the difficulty of letting go of a relationship. The lyrics express the singer's struggle to accept that the relationship is over and his desire to keep the flame alive. He refuses to give the other person a final kiss, instead wanting to save it for the next time they are together. He also expresses his hope that they will eventually find their way back to each other, and that they are meant to be together.
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5. 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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