No Se Va by Morat is a song about the difficulty of forgetting a past love. The lyrics express the singer's struggle to move on, despite the pain of seeing the other person's photo and not being able to talk to them. The chorus emphasizes the idea that the memory of the past love will not go away, and the singer pleads for them to stay one more time, for the night, after twelve o'clock, and even for life. The singer's heart will not forget a love like this, and it will not go away.
Morat is a Colombian folk-pop band from Bogotá, Colombia. The band consists of vocalist Juan Pablo Isaza, guitarist Simón Vargas, bassist Martín Vargas, and drummer Juan Pablo Villamil. The members of Morat have known each other since they were five years old. The band has released 4 studio albums, "Sobre El Amor y Sus Efectos Secundarios", "Balas Perdidas", "¿A dónde vamos?", and "Si ayer fuera hoy". Their music is a mix of folk, pop, and rock, with lyrics that explore themes of love, heartbreak, and nostalgia.