The song "Burbujas De Amor" by Juan Luis Guerra is about a person's intense desire and longing for their loved one. The lyrics describe the speaker's heart as being overwhelmed with passion and impatience when they hear their loved one's voice. The speaker wishes they could be a fish in their loved one's aquarium, creating bubbles of love and spending the night soaked in their love. The song talks about the desire to be physically and emotionally connected to the loved one, and the willingness to do anything to satisfy that craving. The song encourages the heart to keep dreaming and hoping for love, despite the struggles and uncertainties of life.
Juan Luis Guerra Seijas (born 7 June 1957) is a Dominican musician, singer, composer, and record producer. He has sold 30 million records worldwide, making him one of the best-selling Latin music artists. Throughout his career, he has won numerous awards including 23 Latin Grammy Awards, three Grammy Awards, and one Latin Billboard Music Award. Guerra's popular style of merengue and Latin fusion has garnered him considerable success throughout Latin America. He does not limit himself to one style of music, instead, his music incorporates a wide arrange of diverse rhythms such as merengue, bachata, bolero, balada, fusion, salsa, cumbia, mambo, cha-cha-cha, pop, rock and roll, reggae, classical, R&B, folk, blues, jazz, funk, soul, rock, hip-hop/rap, son cubano, and religious, amongst many others. His lyrics are often charged with intentionally simple, heavily metaphorical, or popular expressions, such as "Burbujas de Amor" (Bubbles of Love). His lyrics also reflect in political issues, but from a deeply human perspective, that is, centering the lyrics in the human drama generated by social injustice.