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You COVINAMIENTO Sound Band

You COVINAMIENTO Sound Band

As you well know all of us Spaniards are confined (rather than confined) to our homes. In other parts of the world they use a different kind of terminology, but in Spain this is what we have. Well, thanks to confinement, people have started to remember old songs that bring back a lot of memories for all of us, and I, as a Spanish teacher and, by age, have loved to find these songs again. We have used them throughout our professional career in some teaching units to work on the vocabulary, grammar and verb tenses that are so interesting to students of Spanish. At Interigual we know very well that our students like to work with the songs in order to perfect their Spanish. These are the ones we have been listening to throughout these long 40 days.

We all started with a song that helped us RESISTIR, which is called Resistiré by the Dúo Dinámico, a group that was a success at the time.

 

Another song that we loved is that it says 20 de abril del 90, a song by Los Celtas Cortos that we are also going to share with you.


The great Sabina, leaves us with a song that is poetry, which goes like this: ¿Quién me ha robado el  mes de abril? From this I leave you the written lyrics, he is the poet of the 20th century.

“En la posada del fracaso
Donde no hay consuelo ni ascensor
El desamparo y la humedad
Comparten colchón
Y cuando por la calle pasa
La vida como un huracán
El hombre del traje gris
Saca un sucio calendario del bolsillo
Y grita
Quién me ha robado el mes de abril
Cómo pudo sucederme a mí
Quién me ha robado el mes de abril
Lo guardaba en el cajón
Donde guardo el corazón
La chica de bup casi todas
Las asignaturas suspendió
El curso que preñada
Aquel chaval la dejó
Y cuando en la pizarra pasa
Lista el profe de latín
Lágrimas de desamor
Ruedan por las páginas de un bloc
Y en el escribe
Quién me ha robado el mes de abril
Cómo pudo sucederme a mí
Pero, quién me ha robado el mes de abril
Lo guardaba en el cajón
Donde guardo el corazón
El marido de mi…”
I hope you practice on them.
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