Baila Me (tłumaczenie na angielski)

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Dance For Me

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When I met Maria Dolores
That is when I got lovesick
When I felt bad by her side
That's when I went to the doctor
(2xs)
 
Dance Dance Dance Dance
Dance Dance Dance for me
This rumba to this gypsy girl
That I will always sing
But I will always sing
But I will always sing
This rumba to this gypsy girl
That I will always sing
 
When I met Maria Dolores
That is when I got lovesick
When I felt bad by her side
That's when I went to the doctor
(2xs)
 
Dance Dance Dance Dance
Dance Dance Dance for me
This rumba to this gypsy girl
That I will always sing
But I will always sing
But I will always sing
This rumba to this gypsy girl
It's what I will always sing
 
I only live to love you
I only live to love you
I fell in love with this gypsy girl
Who has already started dancing
 
Dance Dance Dance Dance
Dance Dance Dance for me
This rumba to this gypsy girl
That I will always sing
But I will always sing
But I will always sing
This rumba to this gypsy girl
That I will always sing
 
Dance Dance Dance Dance
Dance Dance Dance for me
This rumba to this gypsy girl
That I will always sing
But I will always sing
But I will always sing
This rumba to the gypsy girl
That I will always sing
But I will always sing
But I will always sing
This rumba to this gypsy girl
It's what I will always sing
 
Udostępniono przez FredaFreda dnia pon., 22/04/2013 - 22:16
Ostatnio edytowano przez FredaFreda dnia śr., 26/02/2014 - 02:02
Komentarz autora:

Most of this song is in Spanish, some may be in a gypsy dialect/language(not sure) so I hope it's at least close. Suggestions welcome.

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roster 31roster 31    pt., 07/11/2014 - 16:38

Hola Freda,

As I told Evan, this is not Spanish. It has some words, but just words.

FredaFreda    pt., 07/11/2014 - 21:18

Hola Rosa, that's so true. It seems to be a mixture of French/Italian/Spanish/English that can be hard to follow. I think they probably made it up as their secret language.

There is a Gypsy dictionary called "Gypsy Jib and I'll quote it's description of their language:

"In Gypsy Jib, which means Gypsy Language, we learn about the special language techniques used by Gypsies to protect their secrets and find out how they made up names for themselves, the places where they gathered and everyday items - often with great humour in their translation".