La letra, sí

11 12 2010

O eso parece.


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5 respuestas a “La letra, sí”

11 12 2010
Jesús Garrido (18:54:48) :

no tiene razón de ser, mejor el caracter, que no el carácter

11 12 2010
Albino (19:08:06) :

No comento, porque no entiendo.
La letra si
Descíframelo

12 12 2010
Farah y los clones (08:57:52) :

“Yo Nezahualcóyotl lo pregunto:
¿Acaso de veras se vive con raíz en la tierra?
Nada es para siempre en la tierra:
Sólo un poco aquí.
Aunque sea de jade se quiebra,
Aunque sea de oro se rompe,
Aunque sea plumaje de quetzal se desgarra.
No para siempre en la tierra:
Sólo un poco aquí.”

Poema de Nezahualcóyotl, Rey de Texcoco, México, 1431-72

12 12 2010
PilarMC (14:33:32) :

Parece que Fever! no, pero es igual:
“Fever” is a song written by Eddie Cooley and John Davenport and originally recorded by Little Willie John in 1956. It was released as a double-sided hit along with the top-ten R&B song “Letter from My Darling”. The song reached number one for three weeks on the R&B Best Sellers chart, which also made the popular charts as an early rock and roll song, peaking at number twenty-four.[1]
After its original release, “Fever” has been covered by numerous artists from various musical genres. In 1958, Peggy Lee recorded the first cover version of the song with additional lyrics on her album All Aglow Again. Her version peaked at number eight on the Billboard Hot 100. It became a signature song for Peggy Lee and was nominated for “Record of the Year” at the 1959 Grammy Awards. Elvis Presley released a near identical version to Lee’s two years later for his 1960 album, Elvis is Back.

15 12 2010
Peggy Lee libros (00:58:44) :

Supongo que atesorarás la estupenda caja de Capitol entre los que están los cortes que mencionas. Este es gracioso. Tiene enjundia -femenina, en este caso-.