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Awesome version

I have her album and this is one of the best songs on the album, and to be in spanish its even better than the original! You have to get this song.


I love this song! And so what if its in spanish, you can learn can't u?!!!!!!!


This song seems like it should have been originally perfromed in Spanish. I think her Spanish is the best in this song, comparing to the ones on her album. Her native language isn't Spanish. She's either from Italy or Portugal, so she had to LEARN Spanish [She's also doing a Spanish album]. I think it sounds really great.


Born: December 2, 1978 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canad

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

When Nelly Furtado appeared with her neo-hippie, multiculti debut, Whoa, Nelly!, in 2001, a dance-diva makeover seemed like an impossibility, but the singer/songwriter revived and sustained her career with the sexually charged Loose in 2006, in the process consolidating her position as one of the most unpredictable artists of her decade. Furtado always proudly displayed her Portuguese heritage, a distinction that separated her from legions of emerging female singer/songwriters in the early days of...
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