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Memory Motel por The Rolling Stones viene en el género Rock,General. Fue puesto en libertad 18 Aug 2009 bajo la etiqueta de UME. Derechos de autor retenidas por (C) 2009 Promotone B.V. under exclusive licence to Universal International Music B.V..

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Las letras de Memory Motel

Hannah honey was a peachy kind of girl
Her eyes were hazel
And her nose were slightly curved
We spent a lonely night at the Memory Motel
It's on the ocean, I guess you know it well
It took a starry night to steal my breath away
Down on the water front
Her hair all drenched in spray

miel Hannah era una especie de chica melocotón
Tenía los ojos color avellana
Y su nariz se curva ligeramente
Pasamos una noche solo en la memoria de Motel
Es en el océano, supongo que lo sabe bien
Le tomó una noche estrellada a robar mi aliento
Abajo en el frente de agua
Tenía el pelo empapado en todas aerosol


Hannah baby was a honey of a girl
Her eyes were hazel
And her teeth were slightly curved
She took my guitar and she began to play
She sang a song to me
Stuck right in my brain

hijo de Ana era una miel de una niña
Tenía los ojos color avellana
Y sus dientes eran ligeramente curvos
Ella tomó mi guitarra y empezó a jugar
Ella cantó una canción para mí
Pegado justo en mi cerebro


You're just a memory of a love
That used to be
ou're just a memory of a love
That used to mean so much to me

No eres más que un recuerdo de un amor
Que solía ser
sted sólo un recuerdo de un amor
Que se utiliza para significar mucho para mí


She got a mind of her own
And she use it well
Well she's one of a kind
She's got a mind
She got a mind of her own
And she use it mighty fine

Ella tiene una mente propia
Y lo uso así
Bueno, ella es una de una especie
Ella tiene una mente
Ella tiene una mente propia
Y lo uso muy bien


She drove a pick-up truck
Painted green and blue
The tires were wearing thin
She turned a mile or two
When I asked her where she headed for
"Back up to Boston I'm singing in a bar"
I got to fly today on down to Baton Rouge
My nerves are shot already
The road ain't all that smooth
Across in Texas is the rose of San Antone
I keep on a feeling that's gnawing in my bones

Ella conducía un pick-up
Pintado de verde y azul
Los neumáticos fueron agotando
Se dio la vuelta una o dos millas
Cuando le pregunté dónde se dirigió a
"De regreso a Boston estoy cantando en un bar"
Tengo que volar hoy hacia abajo a Baton Rouge
Mis nervios se disparan ya
El camino no es tan suave
A través de Texas es la rosa de San Antone
Yo sigo en la sensación de que es persistente en mis huesos


You're just a memory of a love
That used to mean so much to me
You're just a memory girl
You're just a sweet memory
And it used to mean so much to me
Sha la la la la

No eres más que un recuerdo de un amor
Que se utiliza para significar mucho para mí
No eres más que una niña de memoria
No eres más que un dulce recuerdo
Y lo que solía significar tanto para mí
Sha la la la la


She got a mind of her own
And she use it well
Mighty fine, she's one of a kind

Ella tiene una mente propia
Y lo uso así
Poderoso bien, ella es una de una especie


On the seventh day my eyes were all a glaze
We've been ten thousand miles
Been in fifteen states
Every woman seemed to fade out of my mind
I hit the bottle and hit the sack and cried
What's all this laughter on the 22nd floor
It's just some friends of mine
And they're busting down the door
Been a lonely night at the Memory Motel

En el séptimo día mis ojos eran un esmalte
Hemos estado diez mil millas
Estado en quince estados
Toda mujer parecía desaparecer de mi mente
Me golpeó la botella y golpear el saco y lloró
¿A qué viene esa risa en el piso 22
Es sólo algunos amigos míos
Y están de derribar la puerta
Ha sido una noche solo en la memoria de Motel


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'Memory Motel' is a song from rock and roll band The Rolling Stones' 1976 album 'Black and Blue'.

A ballad, the song is credited to singer Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards (Richard at the time). It is a significant song as it is one of the few which feature both Jagger and Richards sharing lead vocals. The song itself runs an epic length of over seven minutes, one of the longest songs by the Rolling Stones. Jagger began writing the song before beginning the Stones' Tour of the Americas '75 while staying with Richards at Andy Warhol's house in Montauk, and finished it while on tour. This is reflected in the song's lyrics where Jagger describes having to leave for Baton Rouge, where the Stones played two warm up shows at Louisiana State University, and where he describes subsequent experiences on the road.

The title comes from an actual motel in Montauk, on Long Island. The lyrics to the song have long drawn speculation as to who the 'Hannah baby' in the lyrics refer to. Carly Simon is often a name considered, due to Jagger's descriptions of the woman throughout the song; The lyrics talk of the fading love brought on by a one-night stand at said motel. The song describes the female subject as a strong, independent woman, comparable in many ways to the female subject of 'Ruby Tuesday', with Richards repeated refrain: Richards did not play guitar on this piece; 'Black and Blue' has long been known as the album used to find a replacement for Mick Taylor, who left right before work was to begin on it. Harvey Mandel plays electric guitar while Wayne Perkins performs acoustic. Jagger, Richards, and Billy Preston play concert piano, electric piano, and string synthesizer on the song, respectively. Preston also contributes backing vocals along with Ron Wood, who would eventually become the Stones' lead guitarist. The song was recorded in Munich, Germany at Musicland Studios in March and April 1975. Overdubs and re-recordings were performed later in the year.

'Memory Motel' has long been a fan favorite from the Stones canon of work. It is often overlooked, possibly due to its length and downbeat feel, much like the album it comes from. It was one of the highlights of the Stones' 1998 live album 'No Security', where Dave Matthews took up lead vocals with Jagger and Richards. The song has been featured on every tour since the 1994 Voodoo Lounge Tour.

Image:Memory-motel.jpg|Memory Motel in Montauk that was said to be the inspiration for the song.

Image:Eothen.jpg|Andy Warhol's Eothen complex in Montauk where the Stones were staying.



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