The song "Que Vuelvas" by Carin Leon is about the singer's desire for his loved one to return to him. He expresses his feelings of missing her and wanting her to be by his side where he loves her. He admits that his pride has kept him from reaching out, but he still hopes that she will come back to him so that he can feel complete again. The song speaks to the universal experience of wanting someone back and the struggle between pride and vulnerability in relationships.
Óscar Armando Díaz de León Huez, better known as Carín León, (born 26 July 1989) is a Regional Mexican singer-songwriter from Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico. León first began playing the guitar at the age of 15. His first band was Los Reales, before founding Grupo Arranke with four friends in 2010. Carín León won the Latin Grammy Award for Best Regional Mexican Song in 2022 for the song "Como lo Hice Yo" alongside Édgar Barrera and Matisse. In 2022, he was the third most streamed Mexican artist on Spotify. His single "Que Vuelvas" with Grupo Frontera was number one six weeks on the Regional Mexican Airplay chart in 2023.