Dos Ninos


  • This song, which talks about puberty, was was released in Cafe Tacuba's experimental album Yo Soy. Dos Ninos translates to Two Kids.
  • The part where it says, "Eramos dos ninos, en la pubertad, el cuarto es pequeno, para respirar,nuestro cambia, cada dia mas, los mejores juegos, en la oscuridad"
    translates as:
    "We were two kids, going through puberty, the room gets smaller, and we cannot breathe, and our bodies change every day a little bit, the best games are played, when it is dark."
    This part of the song talks about the two kids having sex at an early age. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Jorge - Birmingham, AL, for above 2


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