A La Mujer Que Tanto Amé

Los Angeles Negros

Original Translation Original and translation
A La Mujer Que Tanto Amé

Todo fue un cuento de mil y una noches
Todo un poema de amor y ternura
Nos envidiaba hasta el mar que jugaba
A esconderse allá en las dunas

Tanto vagar por las noches de Luna
Era un andar por arenas doradas
Eran dos almas de amor empapadas
Que de quererse jamás se cansaban

Tuvo en la arena su lecho de espumas
Quiso por techo un cielo estrellado
Y aunque fue mía una noche en verano
Ya rendida me engañaba

Todo fue engaño y falsas promesas
Todo mentira que lindas mentiras
Era su cuerpo cual fruta de mayo
Que en otros brazos también maduraba

Donde estas ahora mujer que tanto ame
Tu risa mañanera sigue despertándome
Si al volver dijeras, olvido no logre mi razón diría
Mientes, mientes, mientes eres mujer

Tanto vagar en las noches de Luna
Era un andar por arenas doradas
Eran dos almas de amor empapadas
Que de quererse jamás se cansaban

Donde estas ahora mujer que tanto ame
Tu risa mañanera sigue despertándome
Si al volver dijeras olvido, no logre mi razón diría
Mientes, mientes, mientes eres mujer

To The Woman That I Loved So Much

It was all a tale of one thousand and one nights
A whole poem of love and tenderness
I envied us even the sea that played
To hide there in the dunes

So much wander through the moonlit nights
It was a walk through golden sands
They were two souls of love soaked
That they never got tired of loving each other

He had his bed of foam in the sand
Wanted a starry sky for roof
And although it was mine one night in summer
Already surrendered I was deceiving myself

It was all deception and false promises
All lies, what pretty lies
Was his body like fruit of May
That in other arms also matured

Where are you now woman that I love so much
Your morning laugh keeps waking me up
If when you returned you said, I forget, I did not achieve my reason, I would say
You lie, you lie, you lie you are a woman

So much wander in the moonlit nights
It was a walk through golden sands
They were two souls of love soaked
That they never got tired of loving each other

Where are you now woman that I love so much
Your morning laugh keeps waking me up
If when you came back you said forgetfulness, I did not achieve my reason I would say
You lie, you lie, you lie you are a woman

Written by: Marco De La Quintana Rojo / Oscar Galvarino Caceres Villalobos
Sent by ariel and translated by Edgar.
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