Spanish Love Song

So you’re studying Spanish in high school or college. Is Spanish class easy or hard for you? Do you wonder what you can use all that Spanish that you learned? Or, are you afraid that you will forget all your Spanish after the last exam? Well, my friend Mike (he doesn’t actually know I exist, but I like to attach myself to successful people) used his one semester of Spanish very successfully. The One semester of Spanish Spanish Love Song on has more than one-million hits. It’s very popular. I found it by accident on one day while procrastinating instead of grading compositions. I must have listened to it about twenty times before I actually got back to grading compositions. Then, I sent the link to the video to all of my Spanish students. They loved it. And just for grins and giggles, I also sent it the UIC Department of Spanish, French, Italian, and Portuguese. I wasn’t sure how all these professors at a research university would react to such a silly video as this. Was I ever surprised! One Spanish professor even suggested making it our department theme song. That is, until a French professor then sent a link for a similar song in French, which she suggested become the official department theme song. Not to be outdone, an Italian professor sent a link for a very lame video by what appeared to be some extremely inebriated Italian 101 students sputtering Italian infinitives. No word from the Portuguese section yet since we don’t actually have a Portuguese professor. Well, here’s the link to in case you’re interested in watching “The One Semester of Spanish Spanish Love Song”:

Here are the lyrics to “Spanish Love Song.” Granted they’re not profound and they don’t provide any new insights to the meaning of life, but they are fun to hear. I love all of the non sequitors. You can actually learn some Spanish listening to Spanish Love Song. Who ever said learning Spanish isn’t fun?

Spanish Love Song

Hola, señorita.
¿Cómo te llamas?
Me llamo Mike.
Me llamo Mike.
¿Dónde está el baño?
¡Feliz cumpeaños!
¿Qué hora es?
¿Qué hora es?
La ra ra ra ra
Me gusta la biblioteca.
Vivo en la casa roja.
Yo tengo dos bicicletas.
Muchas gracias y de nada.
¿Cuántos años tienes?
Un momento,por favor.
It’s “The One Semester of Spanish
Spanish Love Song.”
Mi mamá es bonita.
Mi gato es muy blanco.
La ra ra ra ra
Uno, dos, tres y cuatro.
Cinco, seis, siete, ocho.
¡Nueve, diez!
No remembro how to say eleven.
Antonio Banderas,
Nachos grandes
y Cinnamon Twists.
It’s “The One Semester of Spanish
Spanish Love Song.”
Au revoir.

I hope you enjoy this video. So you see? Spanish is a very fun language. Please share it with everyone who teaches or studies Spanish!

¿Dónde está el baño? ¡Feliz cumpleaños!

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David Diego Rodríguez, Ph.D.

I write about whatever comes to mind. También enseño español y escribo acerca de los mexicanos y la enseñanza del español.