Spanish Pop: Juanes – La Camisa Negra (Spanish/English Lyrics)


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La Camisa Negra

Tengo la camisa negra.
Hoy mi amor está de luto.
Hoy tengo en el alma una pena,
Y es por culpa de tu embrujo.

Hoy sé que tú ya no me quieres
Y esto es lo que más me hiere
Que tengo la camisa negra
Y una pena que me duele.

Mal parece que solo me quedé
Y fue pura todita tu mentira.
Qué maldita mala suerte la mía
Que aquel día te encontré.

Por beber del veneno malevo de tu amor,
Yo quedé moribundo y lleno de dolor.
Respiré de ese humo amargo de tu adiós
Y desde que tú te fuiste yo sólo tengo…

Tengo la camisa negra,
Porque negra tengo el alma.
Yo por ti perdí la calma
Y casi pierdo hasta mi cama.

Cama cama caman baby,
Te digo con disimulo,
Que tengo la camisa negra
Y debajo tengo el difunto.

Tengo la camisa negra.
Ya tu amor no me interesa.
Lo que ayer me supo a gloria,
Hoy me sabe a pura (mier-)

Miércoles por la tarde y tú que no llegas,
Ni siquiera muestras señas,
Y yo con la camisa negra,
Y tus maletas en la puerta.

Mal parece que solo me quedé
Y fue pura todita tu mentira.
Qué maldita mala suerte la mía
Que aquel día te encontré.

Por beber del veneno malevo de tu amor,
Yo quedé moribundo y lleno de dolor.
Respiré de ese humo amargo de tu adiós
Y desde que tú te fuiste yo sólo tengo…

Tengo la camisa negra,
Porque negra tengo el alma.
Yo por ti perdí la calma
Y casi pierdo hasta mi cama.

Cama cama caman baby,
Te digo con disimulo,
Que tengo la camisa negra
Y debajo tengo el difunto.

Tengo la camisa negra.
Ya tu amor no me interesa.
Lo que ayer me supo a gloria,
Hoy me sabe a pura (mier-)

Miércoles por la tarde y tú que no llegas,
Ni siquiera muestras señas,
Y yo con la camisa negra,
Y tus maletas en la puerta.

Cama cama caman baby,
Te digo con disimulo,
Que tengo la camisa negra
Y debajo tengo el difunto.

English

The Black Shirt

I wear the black shirt.
Today my love is mourning.
Today I have a regret weighing my soul,
And it’s the fault of your witchcraft.

Today I know that you do not love/want me anymore
And this is what hurts me most
(So much) that I have a black shirt
And a regret that pains me.

Sadly, it looks like I was left alone
And it was purely, completely all your lie.
What damned bad luck, mine,
To find you on that day.

For drinking from the evil venom of your love,
I was left dying [lit. moribund] and full of pain.
I breathed of that bitter smoke from your goodbye
And since you left all I have left is…

I wear the black shirt,
Because black (is how) I have my soul.
I lost my calm because of you
And I almost even lost my bed.

C’mon, c’mon, c’mon baby,
I tell you furtively,
Because I wear the black shirt
And beneath (it) I have the deceased.

I have the black shirt.
Your love doesn’t interest me anymore.
What tasted of glory to me yesterday,
Today tastes to me of pure (shi-)

Wednesday by the afternoon and you that doesn’t appear,
(You) don’t even show signs,
And me with my black shirt,
And your suitcases by the door.

Sadly, it looks like I was left alone
And it was purely, completely all your lie.
What damned bad luck, mine,
To find you on that day.

For drinking from the evil venom of your love,
I was left dying and full of pain.
I breathed of that bitter smoke from your goodbye
And since you left all I have left is…

I wear the black shirt,
Because black (is how) I have my soul.
I lost my calm because of you
And I almost even lost my bed.

C’mon, c’mon, c’mon baby,
I tell you furtively,
Because I wear the black shirt
And beneath (it) I have the deceased.

I have the black shirt.
Your love doesn’t interest me anymore.
What tasted of glory to me yesterday,
Today tastes to me of pure (shi-)

Wednesday by the afternoon and you that doesn’t appear,
(You) don’t even show signs,
And me with my black shirt,
And your suitcases by the door.

C’mon, c’mon, c’mon baby,
I tell you furtively,
Because I wear the black shirt
And beneath (it) I have the deceased.

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