Spanish Pop: Juanes – Yerbatero (Spanish/English Lyrics)


Lyrics

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Yerbatero

Soy yerbatero.
Vengo a curar
Su mal de amores.
Soy el que quita los dolores
Y habla con los animales.

Dígame de que sufre usted
Que yo le tengo un brebaje
Que le devuelve el tono
Y lo pone bien.

Bieeen, bieeen, bieeeeeeeeeen. (x2)

Si a usted, señor, lo deja su mujer,
Úntese en el alma pomadita de clavel.
Y para la señora que el marido ha sido infiel,
No se preocupe, busquese uno usted también.

Sufre de depresión, mal de amor,
Lleva varias noches sin dormir,
Y su días no van bien en el trabajo ~bajoooo.

Anda moribundo, preocupado, cabizbajo, desenamorado,
Le tengo la solución si le duele el corazón.
No soy doctor.

Soy yerbatero.
Vengo a curar
Su mal de amores.
Soy el que quita los dolores
Y habla con los animales.

Bieeen, bieeen, bieeeeeeeeeen. (x2)

Si a usted, señor, lo deja su mujer,
Úntese en el alma pomadita de clavel.
Y para la señora que el marido ha sido infiel
No se preocupe, busquese uno usted también.
(x2)

Yerbatero Papá!
Uuuh!

Soy yerbatero. (x3)

English

Medicine Man/Herbalist

I’m a medicine man.
I come to cure
Your heart sickness.
I am the one who takes away the pains
And speaks to the animals.

Tell me what you suffer from
Because I have a brew for you
That will return your color
And make you well.

Weeell, weeell, weeeeeeeell. (x2)

If you, sir, are left by your wife,
Rub on your soul a little ointment of carnations.
And for the lady whose husband has been unfaithful,
Do not worry, get yourself some also.

You suffer from depression, heart sickness,
Spend many nights without sleep,
And your days do not go well at work ~oork.

You walk moribund, worried, dejected, uncoupled from love,
I have the solution for you if your heart hurts.
I am not a doctor.

I’m a medicine man.
I come to cure
Your heart sickness.
I am the one who takes away the pains
And speaks to the animals.

Weeell, weeell, weeeeeeeell. (x2)

If you, sir, are left by your wife,
Rub on your soul a little ointment of carnations.
And for the lady whose husband has been unfaithful,
Do not worry, get yourself some also.
(x2)

Herbalist Daddy!
Uuuh!

I’m a medicine man. (x3)

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