This Spanish song is written by Rodrigo Amarante who is a famous Brazilian singer-songwriter. Many of you might have heard this one though as it is the theme song of the famous Netflix original series ‘Narcos’.
Amarante wrote this song keeping Pablo Escobar’s mother and what she used to listen to while raising her son. Its a spainsh song and you surely won’t get a word of it but then it sounds really pleasing to ears. Its music is the best part. And about Narcos, Do I even have to say it? It is one heck of a series.
Here is the translation of ‘Tuyo’:
I am the fire that burns your skin,
Soy el fuego que arde tu piel
I am the water that kills your thirst.
soy el agua que mata tu sed.
Of the castle, I am the tower,
El castillo, la torre yo soy
the sword that guards the treasure.
la espada que guarda el caudal.
You, the air that I breathe,
tu el aire que respiro yo
and the light of the moon on the sea.
y la luz de la luna en el mar.
The throat that longs to be choked
La garganta que ansio mojar
that I’m afraid I’ll drown in love.
que temo ahogar de amor.
And which desires you are going to give me.
y cuales deseos me vas a dar
just to look is treasure enough,
mi tesoro basta con mirarlo,
it will be yours, it will be yours.
tuyo será, y tuyo será.
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