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source link Author: benitavaldez13
Posted: Jul 11 2019 - 01:58 AM
Subject: re: Need a little help identifying a song
I downloaded a song back in 2001 when looking for Tool songs and I love the song but it seems not to actually exist. I have a song name and know some lyrics but after 18 years of searching I can't find it again; or the CD I burned it to. So if you can help I would appreciate it. The song is called Dragging You Into The Light and the lyrics I recall are as follows; aztricts will be put where words are fuzzy:
"Devil, pushes me to the ground,watch me as I drown, laughing at my *distress. Slow, I feel them let me go, you do as you're told, letting them *Leed *you *on. And I feel . . ."
That's all I can recall so if this sounds familiar PLEASE let me know. It originally said by Green Jello but that was wrong
Author: paquito490
Posted: Apr 07 2019 - 08:43 AM
Subject: Need a little help identifying a song
Hey! I just heard a really good song from an old movie and was wondering what it was called. I tried searching for it on YouTube and Google using the words I could remember from it but found nothing. I believe it's a Spanish song and starts in G minor. Here's all I can say about the song's lyrics.

It starts something like this (at least this is what the lyrics sounded like when I heard them):
[b]SONG START - G MINOR[/b]
Bomboro iyakiya poroporo
Bomboro iyakiya poroporo
Bomboro iyakiya iyakiya iyakiya

Then it switches to G Major and here's what I could get from that portion:
It says something like "Me dijo baila, baila" and then, I heard "My luv, you are my luv"

Then the song loops back to G Minor and follows the same pattern up to "My, you are my luv"

Some other things to point out: In the G Minor part, before the singers say "Bomboro iyakiya" trumpets play in G Minor.

Please help me find this song! I really like it and want to listen to it but I don't know its name.

Thanks![/b]
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