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David Bisbal song Bulería with Spanish lyrics

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vUqYEh5gJ_c?fs=1

Bulería is a David Bisbal song from his second studio of the same name. It was David Bisbal’s fourth official single, the lead single from the album Bulería and went to number one in the Spanish charts, as did the album. The song Bulería was released in Spain in early 2004 and it was heard literally everywhere you went. It was written by Kike Santander and Gustavo Santander and was the big single that shot David Bisbal to super-stardom.

A “Bulería” is a style of flamenco. It shares the same rhythmical structure with the “Soleá”, but is more up-tempo performance. A Bulería has many variations in terms of melody and meter and is normally accompanied by “palmas” (handclaps). Jerez de la Frontera is the true home of the Bulería. You will be hard pushed to find a more “Spanish” sounding modern pop single than the David Bisbal song Bulería. Enjoy!

The Spanish lyrics:

Bulería, bulería, tan dentro del alma mía. Es la sangre de la tierra en que nací
Bulería, bulería, más te quiero cada día. De tí vivo enamorado desde que te ví

Vengo, como loco por la vida, con el corazón latiendo porque sabe que tú estás
Ay vida, que palpita de alegría, que me embriaga el sentimiento con tus besos más y más
Ay tienes el embrujo de la luna, la belleza de una rosa y la tibia sal del mar
Ay eres, vino dulce de las uvas, donde bebo con tus labios de la fuente para amar

Bulería, bulería, tan dentro del alma mía. Es la sangre de la tierra en que nací
Bulería, bulería, más te quiero cada día. De tí vivo enamorado desde que te ví

Ganas, de vivir aquí a tu lado, a tu cuerpo encadenado hechizado de pasión
Ay nada, sin tu amor yo no soy nada, soy un barco a la deriva que naufraga del dolor
El perfume de tu aliento quiero respirar y esa magia que hay en tu mirar
Ser el héroe de tus sueños, todo y mucho más quiero ser tu calma y tempestad

Bulería, bulería, tan dentro del alma mía. Es la sangre de la tierra en que nací
Bulería, bulería, más te quiero cada día. De tí vivo enamorado desde que te ví

Acércate muy lento, déjate sentir, enciénde ya éste fuego que hay dentro de mí
Ay, ay, ay no me dejes sin tu amor, sin tus besos soy un pobre corazón
Ay, ay, ay no me dejes sin tu amor, a tu lado no hay pesares, no hay dolor
Ay, ay, ay no me dejes sin tu amor, y tu recuerdo siempre va por donde voy
Ay virgencita del cielo, como la quiero, y a la luna, y a la luna sin ella muero
De rodillas yo te lo pido, díle que yo la estoy amando
Yo no quiero vivir solito dime hasta cuando

Bulería, bulería, tan dentro del alma mía. Es la sangre de la tierra en que nací
Bulería, bulería, más te quiero cada día. De tí vivo enamorado desde que te ví

1 Comment

  1. Ha! I recognize that song, that was so popular that they were actually playing that here in the states for a while, I believe I’ve also heard it in a couple of movies.

    Thanks so much for providing the Spanish lyrics, that’s so important, it really makes the difference between being able to learn from a song or not.

    Cheers,
    Andrew

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