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Rockaria! por Electric Light Orchestra viene en el género Pop,General. Fue puesto en libertad 12 Sep 2006 bajo la etiqueta de Epic/Legacy. Derechos de autor retenidas por (P) 1976, 2006 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT.

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Las letras de Rockaria!

Just got back from the downtown palais
Where the music was so sweet
It knocked me right back in the alley
I'm ready, yea, yea, yea, I'm ready,
Wo, wo, wo, I'm ready
And I'm really gonna rock tonight.

Acabamos de regresar de el Palacio de centro
Donde la música era tan dulce
Me llamó de vuelta en el callejón
Estoy listo sí, sí, sí, estoy listo,
¡Ay, ay, ay, estoy listo
Y yo estoy muy a rockear esta noche.


Sweet little lady sings like a songbird
And she sings the opera like you ain't never heard,
But she ain't ready,
No, no, no, she ain't ready
No, no, no, she ain't ready,
And she ain't gonna rock & roll

señora Dulce canta como un pájaro cantor
Y ella canta la ópera como que no es nunca oído,
Pero ella no está lista,
No, no, no, ella no está listo
No, no, no, ella no está lista,
Y ella no va a rock & roll


refrain:
She's sweet on wagner,
I think she'd die for beethoven,
She loves the way puccini lays down a tune,
And verdi's always creeping from her room

estribillo:
Ella es dulce en Wagner,
Creo que ella moriría por Beethoven,
A ella le encanta la manera de Puccini establece una melodía,
Y Verdi siempre arrastra desde su habitación


Come on I'll show you how to sing the blues
Now baby, come on over you got nothin' to lose,
Are you ready, hey, hey, hey are you ready
Ooh, ooh, ooh, are you ready
I wanna show you how to rock and roll.

Vamos, te enseñaré a cantar el blues
Ahora el bebé, ven no tienes nada que perder,
Si eres listo, hey, hey, hey están listos
Ooh, ooh, ooh, ¿estás listo
Yo quiero mostrar cómo el rock and roll.


Now listen here baby she, said to me
Just, meet me at the opera house at a quarter to three,
'cos I'm ready, yea, yea, yea, I'm ready,
Woo, hoo, hoo, I'm ready,
I'm gonna show you how to sing the blues.

Ahora escucha aquí bebé ella, me dijo:
Simplemente, me recibirá en el teatro de la ópera a las tres menos cuarto,
Porque yo estoy listo, sí, sí, sí, estoy listo,
Woo hoo, hoo, estoy listo,
Te voy a mostrar cómo cantar el blues.


refrain

abstenerse


refrain

abstenerse


Far, far away the music is playing.

Lejos, muy lejos de la música se está reproduciendo.


Well we were reelin' and a rockin' all through the night,
Yea we were rockin' at the opera house until the break of light,
And the orchestra were playin' all chuck berry's greatest tunes.
And the singers in the chorus all got off on singing blues,
And as the night grew older everybody was as one,
The people on the streets came runnin' in to join in song
Just to hear the opera singer singin' rock & roll so pure,
I thought I saw the mayor there but I wasn't really sure,
But it's alright.

Bueno, se dándome vueltas y rockear toda la noche,
Sí nos rockin 'en el teatro de la ópera hasta el descanso de la luz,
Y la orquesta fueron tocando todos los grandes temas de Chuck Berry.
Y los cantantes en el coro todos los bajé en el blues cantando,
Y como la noche todo el mundo estaba creciendo como una sola,
La gente en las calles llegó corriendo para unirse en el canto
Sólo para escuchar rock de la cantante de ópera cantando '& roll tan puro,
Me pareció ver que el alcalde allí, pero yo no estaba realmente seguro,
Pero está bien.


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'Rockaria!' is a song by Electric Light Orchestra. It was the third track on the band's successful 1976 album 'A New World Record' and was the second single from the album, released in the UK in 1977. Featuring the operatic voice of Mary Thomas during the introduction, she flubbed the first take by starting the vocals too early. However, Jeff Lynne elected to use the take (complete with her interjection, 'Oops!') anyway. During live performances, the 'aria' was provided by the band's bassist Kelly Groucutt, illustrating his wide-ranging vocal talents.

The song itself is a unique fusion of rocking blues, glam rock, opera, and power pop. The lyrics are about a 'sweet little lady' who 'sings like a songbird, and she sings the opera like you ain't never heard, but she ain't ready (no no no, she ain't ready) and she ain't gonna rock & roll.' According to the lyrics, she is obsessed with the operatic masterworks of Wagner, Beethoven, Puccini and Verdi, and the singer's intent is to show her 'how to rock and roll.' By the end of the song, however, the twist becomes that the opera singer has proven that she actually 'can' rock 'n' roll with the best of them — and that she has a few tricks to teach to the singer! The title of the song is not used within the lyrics, thus it is often mispronounced, usually as rhyming with 'mamma mia'. It is actually a fusion of two different words, rock and aria, thus giving 'rock-ahr'-ia'.

On some CD pressings of 'A New World Record', it appears without the exclamation point.



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