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LF Content Team | Updated on 2 February 2023
Learning Spanish with Tropical 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 3 Tropical 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 Tropical!
1 Ojitos Lindos (Pretty Little Eyes) - Bad Bunny
2 La Gozadera (La Party) - Gente de Zona
3 To My Love (All My Love) - Bomba Estéreo
1. Ojitos Lindos (Pretty Little Eyes)
Bad Bunny, Bomba Estéreo
Hace mucho tiempo le hago caso al corazón
Y pasan los días, los meses pensando en tu olor
Ha llegado el tiempo para usar la razón
Antes que sea tarde y sin querer me parta en dos
For a long time I listened to my heart
And pass the days, the months thinking about your smell
The time has arrived to use reason
Before it's too late and without wanting I split in two
In Ojitos Lindos by Bad Bunny, the singer reflects on the power of love and how it can make him feel alive again. He talks about how he has been listening to his heart for a long time and thinking about the other person's scent. He then encourages the other person to take a chance and be with him, as he has fallen for her. He also talks about how he wants to give her giraffes and go to the beach together, and how being with her makes him forget everything else.
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2. La Gozadera (La Party)
Gente de Zona, Marc Anthony
Miami me lo confirmó
Puerto Rico me lo regaló
Dominicana ya repicó
Y del caribe somos tú y yo
Miami confirmed it to me
Puerto Rico gave it to me
Dominican already rang
And from the Caribbean it's you and me
"La Gozadera" by Gente de Zona featuring Marc Anthony was the lead single of the album "Visualízate", released on April 22, 2016. The album won the category of Tropical Album Of The Year at the 2017 Billboard Latin Music Awards, and three Premio Lo Nuestro awards. In the song "La Gozadera" by Gente de Zona, the lyrics celebrate the diversity of Latin American culture and the joy of coming together. The song references the different countries of Latin America, from Miami to Puerto Rico to Dominican Republic, and mentions traditional dishes and music from each place. The chorus emphasizes that the Caribbean is the home of all Latin Americans, and invites everyone to join the party.
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3. To My Love (All My Love)
Bomba Estéreo
Estaba pensando en la noche que te vi
La misma que me abandonaste sin pensar
Y yo te entregué mi corazón
Una noche oscura sin mirar atrás
I was thinking about the night that I saw you
The same one that you abandoned me without thinking
And I gave you my heart
A dark night without looking back
Bomba Estéreo's song "To My Love" is a reflection on a night of love and heartbreak. It tells the story of two people who shared a night of passion, only for one of them to leave without looking back. The song speaks of the pain of giving one's heart away, and the longing for the other person to return. Despite the heartache, the song ultimately celebrates the beauty of the night they shared, and the power of love.
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