Buika "Ojos Verdes" lírica

Traducción al: EN RO

Apoyá en el quicio de la mancebía,
miraba encenderse la noche de Mayo.
Pasaban los hombres
y yo sonreía,
cuando ante mi puerta paraste el caballo.
Serrana me das candela
y yo te dije gaché.
Ay ven
y tómame mis labios
y yo fuego te daré.
Dejaste el caballo
y lumbre te dí
y fueron dos verdes luceros de Mayo
tus ojos pá mí.

Ojos verdes,
verdes como,
la albahaca.
Verdes como el trigo verde
y el verde, verde limón
Ojos verdes, verdes
con brillo de faca
que se han clavaito en mi corazón
Pa mí ya no hay soles,
lucero, ni luna,
No hay más que unos ojos
que mi vida son.
Ojos verdes, verdes como
la albahaca.
Verdes como el trigo verde
y el verde, verde limón.

Vimos desde el cuarto despertar el día,
y sonar el alba en la torre la vela.
Dejaste mi brazo cuando amanecía
y en mi boca un gusto a menta y canela.
Serrana para un vestido
yo te quiero regalar.
Yo te dije está cumplio,
no me tienes que dar ná.
Subiste al caballo
te fuiste de mí,
y nunca otra noche
mas bella de Mayo han vuelto a vivir.

Leaning in the doorway of the brothel,
I watched the May sunset burn.
Men were passing,
and I was smiling
when you stopped your horse in front of my door.
Serrana, give me a good time,
and I said to you, "Gache,
Come here,
take my lips
and I will give you fire."
You left your horse,
and I gave you fire,
and your eyes were two green stars of May
for me.

Green eyes,
green like
basil.
Green like green wheat
and the green, the green of lime.
Green eyes, green,
with the gleam of a knife,
that have stuck themselves in my heart.
For me, there are no suns,
nor stars, nor any moon,
There is nothing else besides those eyes
that are my whole life.
Green eyes, green like
basil.
Green like green wheat
and the green, the green of lime.

From the room, we watched the day awake
and the ringing of dawn in the watchtower.
You left my arms when morning came
and in my mouth the taste of mint and cinnamon.
Serrana, I want to give you
money for a dress.
I told you the night has been paid,
you don't need to give me a thing.
You got on your horse
and went away from me,
and never has there been another May night
as lovely as that one was for me.