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Spanish music with Spanish lyrics: Lola Flores La Zarzamora

La Zarzamora by Lola Flores was one of her most famous songs and here we see the song sung live. Lola Flores was known as “La Faraona” and appeared in various classic Spanish films. The first film of her film appearances was in “Martingala”, in which she sang a copla. Lola Flores died of cancer in 1995 and on the day of her funeral mourners crowded Madrid’s streets waiting for the coffin to go by, singing “La Zarzamora”.

The Spanish Lyrics:

En el café de Levante entre palmas y alegrías, cantaba la zarzamora
Se lo pusieron de mote porque dicen que tenía los ojos como la mora
Le hablo primero a un tratante, y olé, y luego fue de un Marques
Que la lleno de brillantes, y olé, de la cabeza a los pies
Decía la gente que si era de hielo, que si de los hombres se estaba burlando
Hasta que una noche, con rabia de celos, a la zarzamora pillaron llorando

¿Que tiene la zarzamora que a todas horas llora que llora por los rincones
Ella que siempre reía y presumía de que partía los corazones?
De un querer hizo la prueba y un cariño conoció
Que la trae y que la lleva por la calle del dolor
Los flamencos del colmado la vigilan a deshora
Porque se han empestillado en saber del querer desgraciado
Que embrujo a la zarzamora

Cuando Sonaban las doce una copla de agonía lloraba la zarzamora
Mas nadie daba razones ni el intríngulis sabia de aquella pena traidora
Pero una noche al levante, y olé, fue a buscarla una mujer
Cuando la tuvo delante, y olé, se dijeron no se que
De aquello que hablaron ninguno ha sabido mas la zarzamora lo dijo llorando
En una coplilla que pronto ha corrido y que ya la gente la va publicando

¿Que tiene la zarzamora que a todas horas llora que llora por los rincones
Ella que siempre reía y presumía de que partía los corazones?
Lleva anillo de casado, me vinieron a decir
Pero ya lo había besado y era tarde para mí
Que publiquen mi pecado y el pesar que me devora
Y que todos me den de lado al saber del querer desgraciado
Que embrujo a la zarzamora

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