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Comments about the soundtrack for Frida (Elliot Goldenthal)

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• Posted by: andrada   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, June 27, 2006, at 12:39 p.m.
• IP Address: host187-75.pool80180.interbusiness.it
• In Response to: where did you get the lyrics? (becky)

someone here said that he speaks spanish.
i speak italian and tried to translate the lyrics but part of it makes no sense to me.
i have particular problems with this part :

Y ahora sí maldita bruja
Ya te chupastes a mi hijo
Ya te chupastes a mi hijo
Y ahora sí maldita bruja

Y ahora le vas a chupar
Y a tu marido el ombligo
Y a tu marido el ombligo
Y ahora le vas a chupar

That is because chupar means "to lick" or "to suck" (in argentinian dialect it means "to drink") but anyhow, it sais "the chupastes a tu marido el ombligo"... and a mot-a-mot translation should be "you sucked your husband's belly button".-... and that's not related at all with the rest of the things it says
so please, could anyone give me a hand with this ?




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