A Rainha do Axé (Rainha Má) (English translation)

  • Artist: Daniela Mercury
  • Song: A Rainha do Axé (Rainha Má)
  • Translations: English
English translationEnglish

The Queen of Axé (The Evil Queen)

A Tupi–Guarani paradise
A tropical tribe
From Gal's 'Índia' 1
From Preta Gil2
Naked in virtual vinyl
Anarchic African matriarchs
Dressed like baianas3
Gisele, Beatriz and Adriana
Use Prada, Gucci and Moma
The girl from Ipanema is electronic
And Rapunzel is symphonic, symphonic
Below the equator4 there's love
Below the equator4 there's chaos
Below the equator4 there's sex, violence and carnaval, carnaval
Me and her, me and her
Me and her, her and me (and love)
Me and her, me and her
Me and her, her and me
Luislinda Valois5
Black federal judge
Bibi6, Beauvoir7, Rita Lee8
Bethânia9, Irmã Dulce10, Dercy11
Liliana Mercuri de Almeida12
Rachel de Queiroz13
The first of us
In the Academy14
And every woman that stands out sets us free
I'm neither Cinderella
Nor a Sleeping Beauty
I'm of an orisha15
I am the queen
I'm neither Cinderella
Nor a Sleeping Beauty
I am Daniela
The evil queen, evil, evil, evil
The evil queen, evil, evil, evil
The queen
Of macumba, of umbanda16
The root of my Axé17
Of Candomblé18
Of macumba, of umbanda16
The root of my Axé17
Of Candomblé18
Êpa babá hê (axé babá)
Êpá babá (axé)
Êpá babá hê (axé)
Êpá ê ba ê ba (axé)
Hey, Obama19
Hey, Bob Marley20
Hey, Martin Luther King21
Hey, Filhos de Gandy22
Hey, Mandela23
Hey, Mãe Stella24
Hey, Mãe Carmen25
Mãe Hilda do Ilê26
Me and her, me and her
Me and her, her and me (and love)
Me and her, me and her
Me and her, her and me
Malu27 and me
  • 1. Brazilian singer Gal Costa released an album named 'Índia' in 1973
  • 2. Brazilian singer and actress
  • 3. Traditional clothes used in Candomblé meeting places
  • 4. a. b. c. Equator line
  • 5. Brazil's first black federal judge
  • 6. Bibi Ferreira, Brazilian singer and actress
  • 7. French writer, intellectual, existentialist philosopher, political activist, feminist and social theorist
  • 8. Brazilian singer
  • 9. Maria Bethânia, Brazilian singer
  • 10. A Brazilian Catholic Franciscan Sister
  • 11. Dercy Gonçalves, a Brazilian comedienne
  • 12. Mother of singer Daniela Mercury
  • 13. A Brazilian author, translator and journalist
  • 14. Brazilian Academy of Letters
  • 15. a spirit that reflects one of the manifestations of God (Eledumare, Olorun, Olofi) in Yoruba religion
  • 16. a. b. Syncretic Brazilian religion that blends African traditions with Roman Catholicism, Spiritism, and Indigenous American beliefs
  • 17. a. b. A popular music genre originating in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil approximately in 1986
  • 18. a. b. A syncretic religion, practiced mainly in Brazil
  • 19. Barack Obama, American president
  • 20. Jamaican reggae singer, song writer, musician, and guitarist
  • 21. American Baptist minister, activist, humanitarian, and leader in the African-American Civil Rights Movement
  • 22. The biggest and said to be the most beautiful Afoxé (street procession) of the Carnaval in Bahia
  • 23. Nelson Mandela, South African anti-apartheid revolutionary, politician and philanthropist who served as President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999
  • 24. Fifth Iyalorixá of Ilê Axé Opó Afonjá in Salvador
  • 25. Iyalorixá of Candomblé, at the Terreiro do Gantois, Salvador City, Brazil
  • 26. Iyálorixá og Jeje candomblé
  • 27. Wife of singer Daniela Mercury
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Submitted by Alma BarrocaAlma Barroca on Sat, 08/08/2015 - 15:21
Last edited by Alma BarrocaAlma Barroca on Fri, 25/12/2015 - 14:58

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