Dolores, oh my dolores (Dolores, ay mi dolores)

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Dolores, ay mi dolores

Ayer toreó en Sanlucar
mañana va a Dos Hermanas
ay mamá, por Dios, que me da el temblor
y yo pasándolas ducas
si no viene a mi ventana
pues es para mi canela y azúcar
sentirte decir.
 
Dolores, ay mi dolores
que al verte me da un desmayo
pues hueles como las flores
las flores de abril y mayo.
Por qué será vida mía
que al verte me dan temblores
y digo de noche y día
Dolores, ay mi Dolores.
 
Las flores de mi cintura
las rondas, un niño torero
ay mamá, por Dios, que me da el temblor
que me jura y me perjura
gitana, por tí me muero
con luna y con sol me dice te quiero
bajando la voz.
 
Submitted by Diazepan Medina on Fri, 14/04/2017 - 16:58
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English translation

Dolores, oh my dolores

Yesterday he fought in Sanlucar
tomorrow he'll go to Dos Hermanas
oh mom, for God, I'm trembling
and I have a bad time
if he doesn't come to my window
because for me is cinnamon and sugar
to hear you say.
 
Dolores, oh my dolores
when I see you I feel like fainting
because you smell like flowers
like flowers of april and may.
Why it could be honey
that I tremble when I see you
and I say night and day
Dolores, oh my dolores.
 
The flowers of my waist
a young torero circlees
oh mom, for God, I'm trembling
who swears over and over
gipsy, I die for you
with moon and sun he says I love you
lowering the voice.
 
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Submitted by Diazepan Medina on Fri, 14/04/2017 - 23:13
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