There is a nice song written by a fifteen-year-old kid, a very nice song. Inspired by Quejas, o la Maja y el Ruiseñor piano pieces by 1911, and latter was performed within Aria of Nightingale in 1916. Her name was Consuelo Velázquez, who wrote Bésame mucho, a romantic ballad which captures my heart with which honest words.

Perdete despues literally means “to lose you in future”. Every single heart who feels security within a relationship shall be shaken with an uncertain path of change. This uncertainty emerges as fear, a simple fear losing someone you dear most in the next path we call future – the uncertain path.

This simple feeling, if can be honest, is unavoidable – since there is not any peculiar security within any relationship. Well, life is not about being secure, life is not a jail where we can secure a criminal within, life is not a cage where we put a beast inside. So love, love is not about being secure, and by looking for security within love, one does only avoiding the truth of one own heart.

But let me skip the utterly chit-chat with this song, a nice song for this special day…

Besame, besame mucho,
Como si fuera esta noche la última vez,
Besame, besame mucho,
Que tengo miedo a perderte, perderte despues [twice]

Quiero sentirte muy cerca mirarme en tus ojos verte junto a mí
Piensa que tal vez mañana yo ya estare lejos, muy lejos de ti

Besame…

Quiero…

Besame…

[English translation]

Kiss me, kiss me a lot,
As if tonight were the last time
Kiss me, kiss me a lot,
For I’m scared to lose you, to lose you afterwards

I want to feel you very close, see myself in your eyes, see you near me
Think that maybe tomorrow I’ll already be far, very far away from you

Well, happy St. Valentine’s Day for those who celebrate it. Wish a grand happiness for all couples above this lovely earth.

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