La Guirnalda

Rocío Dúrcal, Juan Gabriel Buy

About La Guirnalda

"La Guirnalda" ("The Garland") is a song written and produced by Mexican singer-songwriter Juan Gabriel and first recorded by Spanish performer Rocío Dúrcal. It was released in 1986 as the first single from Siempre, Dúrcal's tenth album produced by Juan Gabriel. The song became very successful and is often referred as one of her signature songs. According to the Billboard magazine electronic database, "La Guirnalda" holds the distinction for being the first number-one single on the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks chart on September 6, 1986, being replaced at the top by Juan Gabriel with "Yo No Sé Qué Me Pasó"; however, in the printed version of the same chart, titled "Hot Latin 50" for the week of October 4, 1986, the songs appears at number three, following "Yo No Sé Qué Me Pasó" and Emmanuel's version of "Toda la Vida". In 1989, Mexican singer Daniela Romo recorded her own version of the song and included it on her album Quiero Amanecer con Alguien. The music video for the song was shot at Puerto Vallarta Beach, Mexico. 


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2011
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Estando yo sentada en la arena de la playa viendo el mar 
Un hombre guapo, 
Venia remando en una barca 
Que venia aproximándose hacia mí 

El me miro, me sonrió 
Y yo coquetamente viendo 
Hice como que no vi 

Me dijo hola, por que tan sola 
En ese tiempo estaba muy decepcionada de un amor 
Le conté toda mi historia de mi infierno y de mi gloria 
La experiencia en un intento de un ayer que mal viví 
Al lado de un querer que me hizo ver mi suerte 
Me quería causar la muerte y por eso fue que huí 

Y me encontré con esos ojos verdes claros
Como los mares, como los lagos 

Y yo admire su boca que no hablo mentiras 
La nueva historia, hoy se escribía 
Un bello idilio recién nacía 

E hizo una guirnalda 
Con puras bugambilias 
La puso en mi frente 
Yo me senti divina 

Me convirtió en su reina 
Y me llevo en su barca 
Y vimos a lo lejos 
El Puerto de Vallarta 

Oímos de las olas un canto dulce y suave 
Y vimos las gaviotas 
Mis consentidas aves volar 
Y al ritmo de la barca 
Yo me entregue en sus brazos 
Y me perdí en el verde, mirar de sus ojazos 

Vimos el sol ponerse 
Vimos oscurecerse 
Y de un momento a otro 
El cerro apareció 

Nos vimos en silencio 
Pedimos tres deseos 
Dos se me concedieron y el otro aun no 

Hoy mi deseo es 
Estar en esa barca 
Volver a estar en el edén 
Del Puerto de Vallarta 

Hoy mi deseo es 
Estar en esa barca 
Volver a estar en el edén 
Del Puerto de Vallarta

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Rocío Dúrcal

Rocío Dúrcal (October 4, 1944 – March 25, 2006), born as María de los Ángeles de las Heras Ortiz, was a Spanish singer and actress, known artistically as Rocío Dúrcal. She is the best-selling Spanish solo artist to date with more than 100 million records sold. She died of cancer in 2006. more »

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