lunes, octubre 18, 2010

Caribbean Blues

Hoy desperté con esta canción en la cabeza...es sumamente hermosa y es de Juan Luis Guerra & 4-40 de su album "A son de Guerra". la inspiración tiene mucho que ver con esta foto que hice en Cabo Rojo en el atardecer del pasado viernes. Les dejo la letra para que la disfruten aquí o en este enlace.



Caribbean Blues

Many cages many rules
many battles in my blues
Many days without a clue
but, you came and turned me loose

Call you when things don't go my way
you have the world that hits my brain
Heal me with your touch, anoint me
because your love is all I need

It's all about you
You're the one who lives inside my mind
a message falling from the sky
and a revelation of the moon

It's all about you
You are the one who stays and never goes
a solitary spotlight in my show
You are the one who plays the violin in my
Caribbean blues

I've got the habit of your smile
my dwelling place around your heart
Heal me with your touch, anoint me
because your love is all I need

It's all about you
You're the one who lives inside my mind
a message falling from the sky
and a revelation of the moon

It's all about you
You are the one who stays and never goes
a solitary spotlight in my show
You are the one who plays the violin in my
Caribbean blues

Por la marea, las olas llegan
Por la marea

Searching in the evening
stars above the ocean
falling constellations
you are the only light I know

Water takes a river
far beyond the mountains
In every road I take now
you're the only way that I know

It's all about you
You're the one who lives inside my mind
a message falling from the sky
and a revelation of the moon

It's all about you
You are the one who stays and never goes
a solitary spotlight in my show
You are the one who plays the violin in my
Caribbean blues

4 comentarios:

Simone R. dijo...

Sencillamente espectacular.. la foto y el acompañamiento.
Sabes definitivamente cada vez que vas al campo, creces como artista.
Por eso te admiro cada dia más.
Pa lante....


Simone R.

Yosiam dijo...

Enya, aunque celta, también tiene su Caribbean Blue. No blues, pero sí completamente azul, como la peli de Kieslowski. Azul, como el grito de la mujer que vuela. Azul como el "Oxygene" de Jean Michel Jarre, la primera parte. Azul como el "Gnossienne No.1" de Erik Satie. Azul como el alma poética del mismo Juan Luis.

Elia Mariel dijo...

...you are the one who plays the violin... in my Caribbean blues... :)

Elia Mariel dijo...

re-escribiste esa canción mientras tomabas esa foto...
es indudable, hay una conexión intangible entre...!