I love you because it emerges, Llorona, en tinieblas me dejó. It was arranged for orchestra by Emilie-Claire Barlow and Steve Webster (bassist). I will not stop loving you One popular interpretation of the song is of the singer feeling trapped by a woman (La Llorona) who has fallen in love with him. I am like the green chili pepper, Llorona Coco-La Llorona English~Spanish Comparison Duración 5:14 Tamaño 7.19 MB / Rather than the previous video, this is a full comparison of the entire song of La Llorona from Disney's Coco., fue subido por ZERO y actualmente cuenta con más de 8,281,017 reproducciones 10 tengo el corazón alegre. Alas!, Llorona, Llorona, Alas!, Llorona, Llorona, Let your will be done, Llorona, celosa de tu hermosura. si preguntan quién canta ¡Ay, Llorona! and suffering begins. Llorona de ayer y hoy Chords, lead sheet, tablature and lyrics included. I thought you were the Virgin Cuando al pasar yo te vi, ¿Cuáles no serían mis penas, Llorona, De que me sirvio el dolor, tu dime, si ya no me pertenecías This article is about the song covered by various artists. Llorona, dame una estrella. Llorona de azul celeste Si ya te he dado mi vida, Llorona, El cielo puede esperar, ¡Ay, Llorona!, The story says that a woman was unloved by her husband, who loved their two sons instead. At seeing me cry, it cried The Moon at your feet I'd put, Llorona 64,569 2,177. more tracks from the album Coco [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] #1. corre el agua y nace la flor; Porque no me ven llorar. Al verme llorar, lloraba. Que cuando las mueve el viento, Llorona, ¿De qué me sirve la cama, Llorona, She was refused entry to heaven until she found the souls of her two sons. The story says that a woman was unloved by her husband, who loved their two sons instead. allá en la mansión oscura They say that I don't mourn, Llorona No creas que porque canto, ¡Ay Llorona!, from the inside of my soul. tengo el corazón alegre. que el santo Cristo lloró? The place where all love is forgotten, Llorona, To see if I could spot you La Llorona (Deutsch Übersetzung) Künstler/in: Joan Baez (Joan Chandos Baez) Lied: La Llorona 5 Übersetzungen; Übersetzungen: Deutsch, Englisch, Französisch, Rumänisch, Türkisch Deutsch Übersetzung Deutsch. This page was last edited on 17 November 2020, at 07:57. Because they don't see me cry. La Llorona Songtext von Alanna Ubach mit Lyrics, deutscher Übersetzung, Musik-Videos und Liedtexten kostenlos auf Songtexte.com El que no sabe de amores, Llorona, ¡Ay de mí!, Llorona, Llorona, jealous of your beauty. allá en la mansión oscura That the mermaid sent to me, Y ahora ni sombra soy. Que cuando las mueve el viento, Llorona, I love you because it emerges, Llorona, that you no longer are a virgin maid? The song originated in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. A new arrangement of the song is heard during the end credits of the 2019 Guatemalan film La Llorona, written and directed by Jayro Bustamante. Each time night falls, Llorona, and greater than the first. Because I am dying of cold. Hermoso huipil llevabas, Llorona, "La Llorona" (lit. They say that the first love, Alas Llorona! I saw you when you passed, It is sung by Imelda and Ernesto de la Cruz during the latter's Sunset Spectacular concert. Llorona, give me a star. Alas!, Llorona, Llorona, en tinieblas me dejó. From the sea came a letter, Llorona, And today I'm not even a shadow. La luna a tus pies pusiera, Llorona, All lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use … " La Llorona " is a song from the 2017 Disney / Pixar animated feature film, Coco. She was refused entry to heaven until she found the souls of her two sons. Coco - La Llorona Chords by Misc Soundtrack. Although it costs me my life, Llorona water flows and the flower is born; Tell them that it's a deserter Si porque te quiero, quieres, Llorona, que viene de la campaña ¡Ay, Llorona! No sé qué tienen las flores, Llorona, Versions: #1 #2. "La Llorona" is a song from Disney and Pixar's 2017 animated film Coco. Llorona, dame tu amor. negro, pero cariñoso. The Spanish singer Raphael recorded La Llorona in the mid 1960s. Each time night falls, Llorona, As Kahlo is about to sit next to the ghost, the ghost reveals her face to Kahlo. Llorona, you say yes, you say not. Llorona de azul celeste doesn't know what martyrdom is. Alas!, Llorona, Llorona, What's the point of my bed, Llorona, que muera por que otro viva. The last one from my mother, Llorona, Llorona, que sí, que no. I climbed to the highest pine tree, Llorona, The duration of song is 02:45. Heaven can wait, Alas, Llorona!, Alas!, Llorona, Llorona, Playback tabs and chords and learn Guitar in the most simple and intuitive way using our free online Guitar tab editor. Tápame con tu rebozo, Llorona, I carry two kisses in my soul, Llorona, Como el pino era muy tierno, Llorona, The pleasure was mine It’s very kind of you ... For some reason, autogenerated YouTube topic links... Мое сердце [Proud Corazón] (Moye serdtse), Willeke Alberti - Die ganze Welt ist himmelblau, Unknown Artist (Irish) - The Soldier's Song. porque no sabes que lloro. Joan Baez recorded La Llorona on her Gracias a la Vida album, originally released in March 1974. Te quiero porque me sale, Llorona, Te quiero porque me sale, Llorona, Alas!, Llorona, Llorona, She leaves her children in a river to get revenge on the husband. You are my sweetheart, Proud Corazón #11. picante, pero sabroso. y el primero que te di. A A. Llorona (Weinende) Alle nennen mich den Schwarzen, Llorona, schwarz bin ich, aber zärtlich. Cuando al pasar yo te vi, The World Es Mi Familia #7. I will not stop loving you If because I love you, you want, Llorona, they seem to be crying Me subí al pino más alto, Llorona, dónde de amores se olvida, Llorona, Llorona, my darling (lit beautiful sky) porque no sabes que lloro. Of what use was the pain, you tell me, if you no longer belonged to me ¡Ay de mí!, Llorona, Llorona, She stripped the music from the trumpet and other arrangements. Y, aunque la vida me cueste Es grande y es verdadero, It is a duet between the heroic Imelda and the wicked Ernesto de la Cruz. Everyone Knows Juanita #4. Pero el último es mejor, ay, Llorona, They say that the first love, Alas Llorona! De las arcas de la fuente ¡Ay, Llorona! No sé qué tienen las flores, Llorona, Y, aunque la vida me cueste The song itself is important in Mexican culture, as the story of La Llorona is told as a ghost story. dónde de amores se olvida, Llorona, Alas!, Llorona, Llorona, Llorona, mi cielo lindo. También de dolor se canta, ¡Ay Llorona!, You don't know that I love you, Llorona, Si porque te quiero, quieres, Llorona, Alas!, Llorona, Llorona, ¡Ay de mí!, Llorona, Llorona, ¡Ay de mí!, Llorona, Llorona, Un Poco Loco #6. The story is used by parents to keep their kids from wandering out at night alone. Llorona of the black eyes, Watch the video for La Llorona from Chavela Vargas's Frida for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. In the film, Vargas plays the role of a ghost who consoles Kahlo. Que la Virgen te creí. Chavela Vargas was invited for a special appearance, singing her version of "La Llorona". that you no longer are a virgin maid? To a holy iron Christ [Crucifix], Llorona, The story says that a woman was unloved by her husband, who loved their two sons instead. All lyrics are property and copyright of their owners. Whoever has love also has pain. Kahlo begins to remember the car accident that changed her life and also her turbulent past with her husband. One also sings from pain, Alas Llorona!, Another interpretation following the lyrics is that the "llorona" represents the singer's deceased or abandoned spouse which would explain the morbid references throughout the song and why the lover never seems to actually try to reach her. y tristemente suspira, una estrella que fulgura, Llorona, worshipping you on my knees. Alas!, Llorona, Llorona, As the pine was so gentle, Llorona, and the first one I gave to you. As the pine was so gentle, Llorona, Of what use was the pain, you tell me, if you no longer belonged to me Llorona, llévame a ver, Lift up your eyes and look, Llorona, It is well known that Vargas was a close friend and a frequent house guest of Frida Kahlo and her husband Diego Rivera. The flowers from the cemetery, What more do you want?, You want more? Llorona, mi cielo lindo. La luz que me alumbraba, Llorona, Oh what pain, what sorrows, Llorona, Llorona, what sorrows of mine Alas!, Llorona, Llorona, La Llorona. There in the dark sky, She was refused entry to heaven until she found the souls of her two sons. Llorona of the black eyes, no sabe lo que es martirio. El que no sabe de amores, Llorona, And in the letter she said to me, Llorona Las estrellas te bajara, Llorona: In Mexican folklore, La Llorona ("The Wailing Woman" or "the Cryer") is a legend about a ghost woman who drowned her children and mourns their deaths for eternity. y más grande que el primero. They'll stop me from loving you, Llorona Multiple variations exist, as is common in oral tradition. montage, and briefly played by a mariachi guitarist getting a shoe shine from Miguel. El cielo puede esperar, ¡Ay, Llorona!, That the mermaid sent to me, Que se haga tu voluntad, Llorona, Don't think that because I sing, Alas Llorona!, Dos besos llevo en el alma, Llorona, ¡Ay de mí!, Llorona, Llorona, Oh, from me weeping woman, weeping woman, weeping woman, light blue. Vertaling van 'La Llorona' door Coco (OST) van Spaans naar Engels ... She caught her husband with another woman and drowned her sons in a river, in grief and anger, and then drowned herself. [4] When Vargas recorded the song back in the 1990s, she remained loyal to the ranchera genre by making the guitar the primary instrument in the song. Parece que están llorando. Yesterday I was a marvel, Llorona if you do not sleep with me? La pena y lo que no es pena, Llorona, He tries everything in his power to leave her, but he is trapped by pity for the woman. The song was performed by Imelda and de Cruz's voice actors, Alanna Ubach and Antonio Sol, respectively. What do I care if they say to me, Llorona, Oh, of me weeping woman, weeping woman, weeping girl of light blue . La Llorona Tab by Juan Carlos Mtz with free online tab player. The song "La Llorona" is featured in the 2017 Disney-Pixar film Coco; it is performed by Alanna Ubach as Imelda Rivera and Antonio Sol in a guest appearance as Ernesto de la Cruz in the English version and Angelica Vale and Marco Antonio Solis in the Spanish version. Me pongo a pensar y digo: Llorona llévame al río, ¿De qué me sirve la cama, Llorona, Watch Queue Queue. One accurate version. spicy, but tasty Watch Queue Queue He who doesn't know love, Llorona, Llorona, llévame a ver, (viene) en busca de su amor. Although it costs me my life, Llorona que yo la muerte reciba, For the legend that the song is based on, see, "Andrés Henestrosa: el hombre que dispersó sus sombras", "Joan Baez – Discography, Gracias a la Vida", "Ángela Aguilar estrena "Primero Soy Mexicana, "La Llorona: The Rebel Spirit of Chavela Vargas", "Defiant singer was a cultural force in Mexico", "Chavela Vargas: A Legend Of Latin American Song", "Portraits of Lila Downs Singing La Llorona at Oaxaca Concert", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=La_Llorona_(song)&oldid=989140425, Articles with unsourced statements from August 2020, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Llorona de un campo lirio, and because I feel like it. ¡Y es más grande su penar! Recorded with the Metropole Orkest Conducted by Jules Buckley this version features lyrics translated to the French as well as an original verse. Which would not be my sorrows, Llorona, Alas!, Llorona, Llorona, Que se haga tu voluntad, Llorona, Ayer te vi penando, Llorona, let me die so someone else lives. Todo es pena para mí, The Moon at your feet I'd put, Llorona I'd lower the stars to you, I told to him my sins. but my heart cannot. A ver si te divisaba, Ich bin wie die grünen Chilischoten, Llorona, scharf aber köstlich. But never I'll forget you. I saw you when you passed, that will never leave me, A ver si te divisaba, If because I love you, you want, Llorona, ¡Ay de mí!, Llorona, Llorona, ¿Qué me importa que me digan, Llorona, Alas!, Llorona, Llorona, And their pain is much greater! si tú no duermes conmigo? Tápame con tu rebozo, Llorona, It is well known that Vargas was a close friend and a frequent house guest of Frida Kahlo and her husband Diego Rivera. Quien tiene amor tiene pena. that the holy Christ wept? de las entrañas del alma. What's the point of my bed, Llorona, This video is unavailable. tú eres mi chunca, Yesterday I saw you grieving, Llorona, A black shawl, which references the song lyrics, is wrapped around the ghost and Kahlo initially is quite hesitant to approach her. From the basin of the fountain – Alas, Llorona! And their pain is much greater! Me quitarán de quererte, Llorona, ¡Ay de mí!, Llorona, Llorona, La Llorona #9. Let your will be done, Llorona, y se empieza a padecer. I am like the green chili pepper, Llorona The light that illuminated me, Llorona Llorona de negros ojos, She caught her husband with another woman and drowned her sons in a river, in grief and anger, and then drowned herself. She cries and wails and takes children and drowns them in the same river where she and her sons drowned. Examples include "duelo" (mourning), and "campo santo" (cemetery). That you want me to die. Alza los ojos y mira, Llorona, Tú no sabes si te quiero, Llorona, Lyrics to the song La Llorona by Alanna Ubach and Antonio Sol from Disney Pixar's Coco. In 2006, Dulce Pontes recorded a version in Portuguese, A chorona, on her album "O Coração Tem Três Portas". To a holy iron Christ [Crucifix], Llorona, If because I love you, you want, Llorona, Ya con esta me despido, Llorona, They say that I don't mourn, Llorona Llorona, give me a star. When one can not cry! What more do you want?, You want more? I begin to think, and I say: If he even thinks about leaving her, she weeps. A A. Emilie-Claire Barlow covered the song on her 11th album Clear Day. Llorona de negros ojos, Don't think that because I sing, Alas Llorona!, Munoz, Lorena. A beautiful dress you wore, Llorona, If I have already given my life to you, Llorona, ¡Ay de mí!, Llorona, Llorona, Pero el último es mejor, ay, Llorona, ¿Cuáles no serían mis penas, Llorona, The suffering that the man goes through from being trapped in a relationship with the woman in a way parallels the suffering that the woman in the legend goes through from having her lover leave her. Llorona de ayer y hoy If they ask who sings – Alas, Llorona! Remember Me [Reunion] #10. que no se apartan de mí, because you don't know I weep (for you). left me in the darkness. If I have already given my life to you, Llorona, What do I care if they say to me, Llorona, With this one [verse] I say goodbye, Llorona quieres que te quiera más. With this one [verse] I say goodbye, Llorona ¿Qué más quieres?, ¿Quieres más? > https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Llorona, Und obwohl das Leben mir schwerfällt, Llorona, Ich stieg auf die höchste Kiefer, Llorona, Die Trauer und das, was nicht Trauer ist, Llorona, Gestern weinte ich, weil ich dich sehen wollte, Llorona, Heute weine ich, weil ich dich gesehen habe, Bitte hilf mit, „La Llorona“ zu übersetzen. English translation English. es Venus que se retira, Llorona, They'll stop me from loving you, Llorona and because I feel like it. And Today I cry because I saw you let me die so someone else lives. Mis penas le conté yo, Dicen que el primer amor, ¡Ay, Llorona!, Alas, Llorona, Llorona, Llorona of sky-blue ¡Ay de mí!, Llorona, Llorona, but the last love is better, Alas Llorona! When they are moved by the wind, Llorona, Remember Me [Ernesto de la Cruz] #2. pero mi corazón no. Song: La Llorona 5 translations; Translations: English #1, #2, French, Greek, Serbian Proofreading requested. There in the dark sky, High-Quality and Interactive, Transpose it in any key, change the tempo, easy play & practice. ¡Ay de mí!, Llorona, Llorona, Cover me with your shawl, Llorona Si ya te he dado mi vida, Llorona, is great and true, y se empieza a padecer. I told to him my sins. I climbed to the highest pine tree, Llorona, Te quiero porque me gusta, Llorona, Al verme llorar, lloraba. Salías del templo un día, Llorona, Everyone calls me 'the black', Llorona and sadly sighs, Dicen que no tengo duelo, Llorona, Multiple variations exist, as is common in oral tradition. ¡Ay de mí!, Llorona, Llorona, If because I love you, you want, Llorona, because you don't know I weep (for you). One of the most famous contemporary versions of the song is performed by Mexican star Eugenia León[citation needed]. Oh what pain, what sorrows, Llorona, Llorona, what sorrows of mine y más grande que el primero. and suffering begins. Yo soy como el chile verde, Llorona, Me subí al pino más alto, Llorona, but the last love is better, Alas Llorona! Learn La Llorona on Guitar - Create and explore Guitar tabs for latest and popular English and Bollywood songs. Alas!, Llorona, Llorona, And Today I cry because I saw you left me in the darkness. I thought you were the Virgin Under a tamarind tree they seem to be crying The light that illuminated me, Llorona Alas!, Llorona, Llorona, debajo de un tamarindo. Download and Print La Llorona (from Coco) sheet music for guitar solo (easy tablature) by Germaine Franco. and greater than the first. Que la Virgen te creí. In keeping with the film, this version abandons the legend in favor of a more political use of the song, referring to the genocide of the Maya-Ixil people of the Guatemalan highland during that country's civil war (1960s–1980s). Everything is sorrow for me But never I'll forget you. I don't know what's in the flowers, Llorona, HOT SONG: Billie Eilish - "No Time To Die'" - LYRICS; 15 Huge Stars Who Were Backup Singers First ; NEW SONG: ZAYN - "Better" - LYRICS; 18 Non-Traditional Yet Perfect Wedding Songs; Ay de mi, llorona Llorona de azul celeste Ay de mi, llorona Llorona de azul celeste Y aunque la vida me cueste, llorona No dejaré de quererte Y aunque la vida me cueste, llorona No dejaré de quererte. Alas!, Llorona, Llorona, Parece que están llorando. Llorona de un campo lirio, Black but loving The last one from my mother, Llorona, de las entrañas del alma. adorándote de hinojos. Mexican singer Natalia Lafourcade covered the song on her album Musas Volumen 2 released in 2018. "The weeping woman") is a Mexican folk song.The song began in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec.Its origins are unknown, but composer Andres Henestrosa in about 1940 popularized the song and may have added to the existing verses.. One popular interpretation of the song is of the singer feeling trapped by this woman (La Llorona) who has fallen in love with him. Varga's song is featured in the opening and closing scenes of "Santa Muerte", the pilot episode of Penny Dreadful: City of Angels. From the sea came a letter, Llorona, worshipping you on my knees. Y en la carta me decía, Llorona, Todo es pena para mí, Porque no me ven llorar. que yo la muerte reciba, The Llorona is traditionally a Banshee-like folk ghost that haunts her lover after having drowned her children, and who now cries for her dead children. 8M. No dejaré de quererte, Llorona Llorona, give me your love. There are dead that do not make noise, Llorona, Alas, Llorona, Llorona, Llorona of sky-blue Hay muertos que no hacen ruido, Llorona, Lift up your eyes and look, Llorona, ¡Ay de mí!, Llorona, Llorona, ¡Cuando llorar no se puede! Carlos Gutierrez of Cinema Tropical explains "she took ranchero music and made the music her own. "La Llorona" falls under the genre of Mexican folklore and ranchera because of its origins as a legend and its heavy use of the guitar, respectively. ... but she is also recognized for her contribution to other popular Latin American song genres. Que me mandó la sirena, Llorona, I adore you so much. De la mar vino una carta, Llorona, That version, which features a more upbeat sound (the go-to style tends to be a melancholic waltz), has only helped make La Llorona a more noticable figure outside of the Latin community. The place where all love is forgotten, Llorona, Its origins are obscure, but composer Andres Henestrosa in about 1941 popularized the song and may have added to the existing verses.[1]. You came out of the temple one day, Llorona, Alas!, Llorona, Llorona, The famous Azerbaijani singer Rashid Beibutov sang his version in the 60s. And in the letter she said to me, Llorona a star that glares, Llorona, You don't know that I love you, Llorona, Hay muertos que no hacen ruido, Llorona, No dejaré de quererte, Llorona que el santo Cristo lloró? spicy, but tasty Con el sol te coronara. Alas!, Llorona, Llorona, To see if I could spot you I love you because I like it, Llorona, doesn't know what martyrdom is. This song is sung by Alanna Ubach. Cada vez que entra la noche, Llorona, negro, pero cariñoso. Cada vez que entra la noche, Llorona, Si porque te quiero, quieres, Llorona, Everything is sorrow for me La Llorona song from the album Coco (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is released on Nov 2017. quieres que te quiera más. At seeing me cry, it cried ¡Ay de mí!, Llorona, Llorona, adorándote de hinojos. you want me to love you more. Singer Angela Aguilar, daughter of Pepe Aguilar, covered the song on her album Primero Soy Mexicana, also released in 2018.[3]. La luz que me alumbraba, Llorona, y porque me da la gana, ¿Qué me importa que me digan, Llorona, Llorona llévame al río, that the holy Christ wept? Dicen que no tengo duelo, Llorona, Llorona, take me to see, Es grande y es verdadero, Kahlo continues to listen to Vargas’ interpretation of the song, and becomes overwhelmed by her memories and begins to cry. La pena y lo que no es pena, Llorona, ¡Ay de mí!, Llorona, Llorona, De que me sirvio el dolor, tu dime, si ya no me pertenecías The basic story is about the revenge of a beautiful woman whose husband left her for a younger woman. pero de olvidarte nunca. ¡Ay de mí!, Llorona, Llorona, y porque me da la gana, Quien tiene amor tiene pena. Llorona take me to the river, Alas!, Llorona, Llorona, "La Llorona" (the weeping woman/the weeper) is a Mexican folktale and song that's known throughout South America. Ayer penaba/lloraba por verte, Llorona Y ahora ni sombra soy. La luna a tus pies pusiera, Llorona, La Llorona („Die Weinende“) ist eine Figur der lateinamerikanischen Folklore und bezeichnet im Genaueren den Geist einer Frau, die um ihre Kinder weint, welche sie in einem Fluss ertränkt hat. When one can not cry! Alas!, Llorona, Llorona, Con el sol te coronara. if you do not sleep with me? "The weeping woman") is a Mexican folk song. The song is also heard in the beginning, sung by a rowdy group of drunkards during the "No music!" pero mi corazón no. There are many variations to the verses of the song that have been adapted for different audiences throughout the years. Y hoy peno/lloro porque te vi. ¡Ay de mí!, Llorona, Llorona, les dices que un desertor, ¡Ay de mí!, Llorona, Llorona, Yesterday I saw you grieving, Llorona, ¡Ay de mí!, Llorona, Llorona, Y hoy peno/lloro porque te vi. que muera por que otro viva. Llorona, you say yes, you say not. Yesterday I cried to see you, Llorona Which would not be my sorrows, Llorona, Llorona, que sí, que no. no sabe lo que es martirio. No creas que porque canto, ¡Ay Llorona!, Heaven can wait, Alas, Llorona!, Si al cielo subir pudiera, Llorona, You came out of the temple one day, Llorona, "La Llorona" (lit. Ya con esta me despido, Llorona, pero de olvidarte nunca. Si al cielo subir pudiera, Llorona, Dos besos llevo en el alma, Llorona, Me quitarán de quererte, Llorona, The song is not considered a love song because of its overall sad tones and has been used for Día de Muertos festivities. Much Needed Advice #3. A beautiful dress you wore, Llorona, Ay de mí, Llorona, Llorona, Alas!, Llorona, Llorona, "With a Song in Her Soul". The late Vargas is known throughout the Americas for her songs of struggle, defiance, and triumph. ¡Ay de mí!, Llorona, Llorona, Las estrellas te bajara, Llorona, give me your love. Ay de mí, Llorona, Llorona With the sun I'd crown you Music video La Llorona – Coco. He wishes to be taken down to the river to be drowned, and so then his suffering can finally end. Cover me with your shawl, Llorona One also sings from pain, Alas Llorona!,
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