Continuing somewhat with our 5 senses theme, here is some Nicaraguan music for your listening pleasure.

Traditional / Patriotic Songs

“Soy Puro Pinolero” – Carlos Mejía Godoy

Other examples:

Nicaragua, Nicaragüita – Carlos Mejía Godoy

Christian Songs

“Dame tus ojos” – Marcela Gándara

Other examples:

En los montes, en los valles – Marcos Witt

Christmas Songs

“Arre borriquito” – Various artists

Other examples:

Campana sobre campana – Villancicios

Current “bus ride” favorites

“Shake Señora” – Pitbull

Other examples:

Que tontos Que locos – Monchi y Alexandra

English songs that should never have been translated to Spanish

“A total eclipse of the heart” Bonnie Tyler

Other examples:

Unbreak my Heart – Toni Braxton

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4 Comments on “NicaTunes”

  1. Christa Says:

    hahah love this!

  2. I love Marcos Witt! I’ve been buying his albums since 1997, I used to do my daily hou and 15 minute commute to work from Cotulla to Laredo every day to work. I’d have Markos Witt blaring on the CD and would sing along with tears welling up. It ministered so much to me. I can sing and read Spanish but cant speak or comprehend what I am saying (or at least very little.) Danny translated some of my favorite songs which made them even more special.

    This was a cool way to share a bit of your Nicaraguan experience. Thanks!

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  4. Elizabeth Says:

    Ha! Completely agree that “Total Eclipse of the Heart” should never have been translated into Spanish….but we hear it surprisingly often.

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