Songs in Spanish translated to English

I started this section because I had translated a few songs for some friends who wanted to know what they said.

Click on the name of the song you would like to read a translation for to be taken to its page:

Azul by Natalia Lafourcade

by Mercedes Sosa

Camino a Camagüey by Silvio Rodríguez

De la ausencia y de ti
by Silvio Rodríguez

El Huapanguero
by Rodrigo González

Ella adivinó by Charly García

Gracias a la vida by Violeta Parra

Hora de compartir by Natalia Lafourcade

La arenosa by Mercedes Sosa

Las manos de mi madre by Mercedes Sosa

Llover sobre mojado by Silvio Rodríguez

Mariposas by Silvio Rodríguez

Moiré by Soda Stereo

Ojalá by Silvio Rodríguez

Óleo de una mujer con sombrero by Silvio Rodríguez

¿Qué hago ahora? (¿Dónde pongo lo hallado?) by Silvio Rodríguez

¿Quién fuera? by Silvio Rodríguez

Rock en vivo by Rodrigo González

Sé que me muero by Raquel Andueza y La Galanía

Sólo le pido a Dios by Mercedes Sosa

Son de negros by Ana Belén

Sueño con serpientes by Silvio Rodríguez

Un lugar para renacer by Natalia Lafourcade

Vieja ciudad de hierro by Rodrigo González

Volver a los diecisiete by Mercedes Sosa

Y Mariana by Silvio Rodríguez

Yo soy como soy by Silvio Rodríguez

Yo soy la locura by Montserrat Figueras

Ana Belén is Spanish

Charly García is Chilean

Mercedes Sosa was a singer from Argentina

Montserrat Figueras was Spanish

Milton Nascimento is Brazilian (he sings in ‘Volver a los diecisiete’)

Natalia Lafourcade is Mexican

Raquel Andueza is Spanish

Rodrigo González was Mexican

Silvio Rodríguez is Cuban

Soda Stereo was a group from Argentina

Violeta Parra was Chilean

‘La Arenosa’ was composed by Gustavo “Cuchi” Leguizamón,

‘Las manos de mi madre’ by Peteco Carabajal,

‘Sólo le pido a Dios’ by León Gieco, ‘Volver a los diecisiete’ by Violeta Parra.

the words for “Son de negros” are from a poem by Federico García Lorca

the words for ‘Sé que me muero’ are by Moliére and the Music by Jean Baptiste Lully

‘Yo soy la locurawas composed by Henri de Bailly

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