Spanish Pop Lyrics

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MORRISEY By LEO GARCÍA June 19, 2011

Filed under: 2000+,Argentina,Leo García — spanishpoplyrics @ 11:17 am

Here's something a bit different, which I hope will raise a smile...
This is a single released in 2000 by Leo García, an Argentinian pop singer.
Morrissey (the correct spelling!), in case you didn’t know, is an iconic British singer
whose songs often contain homoerotic themes.
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MORRISEY

Sabrá tu novia
que escuchamos morrisey
que me extrañas mas
de lo que ella te extraña
Sabrá tu novia
que escuchamos morrisey
con quien estabas
la vez que te llamábamos

Pero hay algo que vos no sabes
y es que hablamos mal de vos una vez
y bien de alguien que no conoces
los dos nos cansamos del amor
Y vos no sabes lo que es cansarse 

Ella escucha Bjork, Bowie y Beck
Ella repite la palabra DJ
Ella escucha el disco que te regalé
pero sé que no sabe de morrisey 

Morrisey, Morrisey, Morrisey…  

Sabrá tu novia
que escuchamos morrisey
que dejaste mis llaves
en el auto de ella
Sabrá tu novia
que escuchamos morrisey
Que tus amigos saben
más que vos de ella
MORRISSEY

Does your girlfriend know
That we listen to Morrissey
That you miss me more
Than she misses you
Does your girlfriend know
That we listen to Morrissey
Who were you with
The time we called you 

But there's something you don’t know
We said bad things about you once
And good things about someone you don’t know
We’re both tired of love
And you don’t know what it’s like to be tired

She listens to Bjork, Bowie and Beck
She repeats the word DJ
She listens to the CD I gave you
But I know she doesn’t know Morrissey 

Morrissey, Morrissey, Morrissey…

Does your girlfriend know
That we listen to Morrissey
That you left my keys
In her car
Does your girlfriend know
That we listen to Morrissey
Let your friends know
More about you than her
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CHORDS:
Verse / Estrofa:
Em – G – Cm – G (x2)
Em – G (x4)
Em – A7
Bridge / Puente:
D – G – D – G
Em – Bm – C – G
Chorus / Estribillo:
Em - D - C - G 
 

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