El bicho de dientes sudorosos

…no lo sientes, y de repente viene, te rodea, se apodera de ti, y no te deja…

vivo en el número 7 calle Melancolía

quiero mudarme hace años al barrio de la Alegría

pero siempre que lo intento ha salido ya el tranvía

en la escalera me siento a silbar mi melodía

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Cuándo todo da lo mismo, ¿por qué no hacer alpinismo?
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6 Responses to El bicho de dientes sudorosos

  1. Thank you for posting this. I love Sabina’s voice – but I didn’t know this song. Now I do. 🙂

  2. sari says:

    That´s strange, it’s one of his most famous songs! Thanks for visiting! 🙂

  3. Not in the UK, it isn’t.

    Serrat and Sabina have a whole extra layer of historical meaning for you in Spain. Here in the UK we only hear their voices occasionally and randomly. Your post reminded me of him and expanded my minimal knowledge of him. I liked his voice and I was glad to hear more of it.

    • sari says:

      I’m already surprised that they are known or listen at all in UK! :-). Sabina’s music does not have much sense to me if you don’t understand the lyrics. There is where the magic happens, I think! A pleasure having introduce you to this song, if you are seeking for a couple of recomendations of his old hits, here they come: pongamos que hablo de Madrid, así estoy yo sin ti, caballo de carton, princesa…. the list is countless! 🙂

  4. sari says:

    funny! I posted “gracias a la vida” one month ago… it is indeed a very important song, at least for me, it helps you a lot to rationalize the relative importance of the little problems we have and how lucky we actually are… very nice program, thanks for sharing it!
    El Concierto de Aranjuez is an amazing piece, incredibly beautiful. Here an adaptation which I love https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKa7MN8qrTE.
    This program chooses oldies but goodies…

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