Shakira drops a very different breakup song…
Shakira still puts her heart on the line — but this new track takes a very different approach to their divorce.
not how Diss tracks like the mega hit BZRP Music Sessions #53Shak’s new track doesn’t just make ex’s shine Gerard Pique for what he did to destroy their marriage. This one goes into him in a much more subtle way – and focuses on the love in her life that has remained true to her: the love for her sons.
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acrostic is a jigsaw puzzle of a song co-written by Shak, Keityn (who also worked on it BZRP Music Sessions #53) And LEXUZwith the help of the team at La Creme. As the title suggests, it is an acrostic, a word puzzle in which the first letters of each line combine to form a word. In this case, the words are the names of their children. Milan And Sascha, because the song is aimed at precisely this target group. She sings:
MI feel like love isn’t there yet and what it really is isn’t possible
II don’t think I dare say I’m not four times fragile, but
Las cosas no son siempre como las soñamos
A Veces corremos, but no legamos
NUnca guys who are here
SWe cavorted alone in front of a Plato and didn’t think of the other
APrender a perdonar es de sabios, que solo te salga amor de esos labios
SI don’t know what happened, it needs to be fixed, the problems appear and endanger
HAy que reírse de la vida
A pesar de que duelan las heridas
As you can see in the lyric video, which features a mom bird and her two chicks:
Isn’t that nice? Apparently, when translating into English, the spelling gets lost. But you get why when Shak sings to her kids it’s still a breakup song:
“You taught me that love isn’t cheating and that it doesn’t end when it’s real.”
Compare it to the love that makes a woman think all love is a fraud, compare the love of her children to the love of someone who might not be so real… See what we mean? She continues, singing about her heartbreak:
“I’ve tried not to see myself cry, not to see my fragility, but/Things aren’t always what we want them to be/Sometimes we run but we don’t arrive/Never doubt that I’ll be here.” become”
Still pretty nice right? Does that mean she’s moving on? Or is it just another side of her sorrow? Let us know what YOU think of their latest breakup song!
[Image via Sean Thorton/WENN/Shakira/Instagram.]