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spanish words in asian songs
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Posted 1/13/09 , edited 1/13/09

loriperfect wrote:


my first lenguage is spanish and i can understand what they said, except yamapi when he sing senorita


lol that's what i mean by it
he is hard to understand even in english

yeah i know, we can understand that a person can have a acent, but his ascent is just too strong

i guess maybe if he keeps working on it it will get better
btw
they only sing a few words in spanish (asian celeb's) if it would be the whole song that would be hard
Posted 1/13/09
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Shinhwa's Run has some spanish words in it... just Eric's rap part though... u can't miss it
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Ti Amo by Fahrenheit. (: it also has the korean word for love in there too. :D


yep "ti amo" is actually italian but they sing "te quiero" that is i love u in english ... i speak english italian and spanish lol

well also news "Daite senorita", shuji to akira "seishun amigo", news "ai no Matador", shinee version of alejandro sanz y si fuera ella, F4 "te amo", and there are more but cant quite remember lol
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animunki wrote:

I heard that amigo was short for something like dangerous girl or something
-anyways how about Yamapi's Daite Señorita


na amigo is not short for dangerous, it means friend. its when u are talking about a male friend, if female friend its amiga.



oh.. no I know what it means in Spanish, but in Korean it meant the girl thing....
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Posted 1/13/09

animunki wrote:


muggle87 wrote:


animunki wrote:

I heard that amigo was short for something like dangerous girl or something
-anyways how about Yamapi's Daite Señorita


na amigo is not short for dangerous, it means friend. its when u are talking about a male friend, if female friend its amiga.



oh.. no I know what it means in Spanish, but in Korean it meant the girl thing....


oh ok, im sorry for bothering you then sorry
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Posted 1/13/09
I have only heard of :
Daite Senorita Yamapi
Amigo Shinee
Senor Senora Senorita Miyavi
Sheshuin Amigo Akira to Shuji
Bolero DBSK

I think I probably repeated everyone answers....
Oh well. XD
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Posted 1/13/09
"Get On!" by m-flo with Crystal K has some Spanish parts sung by Crystal K.

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Posted 1/13/09

AZNramenboi wrote:

wow bolero doesnt count. u can use it in an english sentence. and amigo doesnt count cuz it doesnt actually mean "friend". its supposed to be like: if you love a beautiful gurl then you will get hurt.


i might be used in english, but it's still a spanish word, its a music genre,mostly older people listen too, its sort of an old school ballad type of music, but instead of electric guitars or keyboards and such it has trumpets,pianos, acoustic guitars, its old school all around, but some of the most beautiful love songs,sad songs in spanish are boleros, most of the classics anyways
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freakyvampire wrote:

Ti Amo by Fahrenheit. (: it also has the korean word for love in there too. :D


yep "ti amo" is actually italian but they sing "te quiero" that is i love u in english ... i speak english italian and spanish lol

well also news "Daite senorita", shuji to akira "seishun amigo", news "ai no Matador", shinee version of alejandro sanz y si fuera ella, F4 "te amo", and there are more but cant quite remember lol



te quiero means i want you to be exact, it can be used as saying i care for you, but its not i love you exactly,that would be too strong, te quiero is mostly used when talking about friends or an affection for someone who's not a lover or a close relative
kinda like in the dramas when they say i like you and it gets a lot of importance, yet its not i love you which implies a seriousness to the relationship
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id have to say that my fav asian/spanish using song would be shinee-y si fuera ella, probably cause i LOVE!!! the original, Alejandro Sanz is probably one of the best songwritters of this generation ,i definitely reccomend him to anyone who has an interest in latin music
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it actually can be both i also come from a spanish speaking country so here saying "te quiero" means love of course "te amo" is way much deeper but un te quiero can have the same meaning for some people, it can be used for both of them thas why in the song they use the italian "ti amo" korean "saranghe" english "love you" and in speanish for some people or countries te quiero has the same value
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Posted 1/14/09
Jade Liu & Aaron Yan - Ti Amo (They sing te quiero in it)
Bennie K - Matador Love (A lot of Spanish in this song)
Jill Vidal - Ke Ke
May J. - Baila Conmigo
Sam Li - Angel (Well he says senorita in it)



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Posted 1/14/09

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it actually can be both i also come from a spanish speaking country so here saying "te quiero" means love of course "te amo" is way much deeper but un te quiero can have the same meaning for some people, it can be used for both of them thas why in the song they use the italian "ti amo" korean "saranghe" english "love you" and in speanish for some people or countries te quiero has the same value


yeah it does for some but its too subjective,so for the explanation although i said it could, i also said i love you was different, in reality its not the same for most, its too dependent on the person and not the actual meaning of the words, anyways yeah i know the ti amo italian, my grandfather's italian lol the korean from watching wayyyy too many dramas and the english from being born in the US, spanish from living most of my life in a spanish speaking country(small bio lol)
Posted 1/14/09
i've heard them too, n a no. of spanish rhythms n guitar leads :/
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