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Spanish Lyrics

Song Lyrics in Spanish

When we go jogging in the park or on the beach, when we're waiting in the car for the traffic lights to go green, when we're feeling blue or completely void of energy... music comes to our help, placing rhythm in our lives, filling in the gaps or taking us to a place without problems or stress.

Enjoying the music of some of the world's most popular singers means listening to music in Spanish. International stars like Ricky Martin and Shakira sing in Spanish (their mother tongue), but many non-Hispanic singers have also flirted with the idea of singing in Spanish in order to open themselves up to the Latin market, one of the most important in America.

To make the most of a song, it's not enough to hum along or whistle... we need a duet with Joaquín Sabina, Alejandro Sanz or Gloria Estefan.

Listening to music and reading the lyrics in Spanish is a great way to improve your linguistic knowledge, aural understanding, and naturally our vocabulary range. Learning while having fun is something we all aspire to and, with this selection of the most famous song lyrics, Hispanic or not, we want to make it easier for you.

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Joaquín Sabina

Singer and songwriter Joaquín Sabina was born in Úbeda, Spain in February 12, 1949. At the age of 14, Sabina started writing poems, getting connected with music as a member of a teenager's rockabilly band called Merry Youngs. Sabina's poetry and music skills were extended to acting while being part of Juan Panadero's theatrical company. In 1976, his book Memorias del Exilio was published and its lyrics were Joaquín Sabina's inspiration to record his first album in 1978. El Inventario was followed by Malas Compaqias, the first one to CBS. While the artist popularity as a songwriter was growing, Sabina's lyrics started being requested by well-known Hispanic singers. In 1985, Joaquín Sabina left CBS, signing up to Ariola. Joaquín Sabina y Viceversa was recorded live during two successful shows performed at Salamanca Theater on February 14 and 15, 1986. The following studio record came in 1987. Hotel, Dulce Hotel sold over 400,000 copies. In 1992, Sabina went on tour, performing almost two hundred shows around the world. In 1997, the artist was recognized as the Best Spanish Rock and Pop Songwriter by the Spanish Songwriters Association (SGAE). Nos Sabran los Motivos followed three years later.

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