Imitadora

Album: Golden (2017)
Charted: 91
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Songfacts®:

  • This sensual and dramatic song was released as the second single from Golden. The title is Spanish for "Imitator" and the lyrics find Romeo Santos addressing a woman who once loved him but who now has changed beyond recognition. The second half of the first verse translates as:

    Who is this stranger who has taken over you?
    Where is the crazy lover who gave me goosebumps?
    Because you no longer touch me like that woman used to do
    Something is not right

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