Carnaval

Album: Festival (1977)
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  • Vamanos, vamanos al carnaval
    Es hora de bailar mi amor

    Come on, let's go
    Let's go to carnaval
    It is time to sing and dance my love

    Yo quiero lo felicidad
    Que da el carnaval

    I want the happiness and joy
    That's found in carnaval

    Vamanos, vamanos al carnaval
    Es hora de bailar mi amor

    Come on, let's go
    Let's go to carnaval
    It is time to sing and dance my love

    Yo quiero lo felicidad
    Que da el carnaval

    I want the happiness and joy
    That's found in carnaval Writer/s: Carlos Santana, Tom Coster
    Publisher: Wixen Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Chris from LondonWas this used in a film or advert or something? I heard album version for first time and have def heard it before
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