Well... I heard a song by Terri Hendrix called "Lluvia de Estrellas" and a
verse of it is this:

*     Un brincador de monta÷as
      en mi alma
      is who you are to me
     Un brincador de monta÷as
     en mi vida
     atravez del cielo
     when I choose to see

Something like that?


On 10/4/07, [log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I'm just wondering if anyone else out there could provide some good
> examples of music with lyrics that involve some type of
> code-switching or mixing in of "foreign" words or phrases.  Here are
> a few (Spanglish) examples of the type of thing I'm looking for.
> *       "Gimme Tha Power" by Molotov
>         " ...  dame dame dame dame todo el power
>         para que te demos en la madre
>         gimme gimme gimme gimme todo el poder
>         so i can come around to joder ... "
> *       "Caress Me Down" by Sublime
>         "Mucho gusto me llamo bradley,
>         Im hornier than ron jeremy,
>         And if you wanna get popped in your knee,
>         Just wipe that look off your bati face ... "
> *       "Hey, baby, que paso?" by The Texas Tornados
>         " ... Hey, baby, que paso?
>         Thought I was your only vato
>         Hey, baby, que paso?
>         Won't you give uno beso? ... "
> *       "Spanish Bombs" by The Clash
>         " ... Spanish songs in Andalucia, Mandolina, oh mi corazon
>         Spanish songs in Granada, oh mi corazon ... '
> I'd like to hear about similar songs regardless of the languages.

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