Spanish Pop Lyrics

Translations of the best Spanish, French and German pop and rock songs

CIEN GAVIOTAS By DUNCAN DHU January 22, 2012

Filed under: 1980s,Duncan Dhu — spanishpoplyrics @ 3:16 pm

Another song from Duncan Dhu’s "Canciones" LP. This was their first hit.
CIEN GAVIOTAS

Hoy el viento sopla más de lo normal
las olas intentando
salirse del mar
el cielo es gris
y tú no lo podrás cambiar
mira hacia lo lejos
busca otro lugar
y cien gaviotas,
donde irán?

Hoy no has visto a nadie
con quien derrumbar los muros
que gobiernan en esta ciudad
hoy no has visto a nadie
con quien disfrutar
placeres que tan sólo tú imaginarás
y tus miradas dónde irán.

Hoy podrás beber y lamentar
que ya no volverán
sus alas a volar
cien gaviotas
dónde irán.

Hoy el día ya no es como los demás
el ron y la cerveza harán que acabes mal
nena ven conmigo, déjate llevar
hoy te enseñaré dónde termina el mar
y cien gaviotas
dónde irán.
ONE HUNDRED SEAGULLS

Today the wind blows harder than usual
the waves are trying
to jump out of the sea
the sky is grey
and you won’t be able to change it
look at things far away,
search for another place
and one hundred seagulls,
where will they go?

Today you haven’t seen anyone
with whom to bring down the walls
that govern this city
Today you haven’t seen anyone
with whom to enjoy
pleasures that you can only imagine
and you, where will you look?

Today you can drink and lament
that now they won’t return
their wings flying
one hundred seagulls,
where will they go?

Today the day isn’t like the rest
the rum and the beer will make you ill
Baby come with me, let yourself go
today I’ll show to you where the sea ends
and one hundred seagulls,
where will they go?
CHORDS / ACORDES / TAB:
A – D (repeat) ->E
Verse: B – F#m –  D
Chorus: A – C#m – F#m - D
 

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