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Comments about the soundtrack for Frida (Elliot Goldenthal)

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Re: english translation
• Posted by: Tripp   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, June 29, 2006, at 12:56 a.m.
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• In Response to: english translation (andrada)

Music is poetic in nature and I've heard legends about a sexual sort of witch (sucubus) that will come in the night to take advantage of men. I'm amagining that the meaning of this song is in the sexual reproductive nature of the belly button and the aim of the witch to connect with that. Most songs have a loosness to them that allows for implications and helps with ryming.

> 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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