Open Mic #94: El oso (cover)

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    themusiquero

    Published on Jan 29, 2022
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    ESP

    Hola comunidad del Open Mic!
    Aca estoy de regreso haciendo mi aporte a la tematica de esta semana.
    En esta ocasion les comparto lo que para mi es una de las canciones
    mas bellas jamas escritas: El oso. Es del cantautor argentino Moris, uno de
    los pioneros de lo que por aca llamamos Rock Nacional. Esta cancion
    fue grabada en el año 1970 y se convirtio en uno de los pilares con los que se
    erigio el cancionero del rock en Argentina.
    Segun cuenta su autor, fue compuesta a pedido de una maestra jardinera
    para poder cantarla en la escuela, lo que explica que el recurso utilizado
    para la letra sea el de la fabula, en el que se pueden incluir mensajes que
    tal vez no puedan ser dichos. Tal es el caso de esta cancion, que habla
    sobre la libertad en un contexto historico en el que el pais se encontraba
    en una dictadura militar.
    Es un storytelling perfecto, en el que se relata la vida de un oso en un principio
    viviendo idilicamente en un bosque, luego los hombres lo encierran y lo llevan
    al circo donde vive 4 años en cautiverio, hasta que un dia se escapa y vuelve
    al idilico bosque a vivir en libertad.
    Creo que no hace falta aclarar el porque elegi esta cancion para la tematica
    de "etica+libertad".
    Para mi como yo dije antes, es una de las canciones mas bellas jamas
    escritas, y de hecho la use y uso como cancion de cuna.
    Espero disfruten.

    Letra

    Yo vivía en el bosque muy contento
    Caminaba, caminaba sin cesar
    Las mañanas y las tardes eran mías
    A la noche me tiraba a descansar
    Pero un día vino el hombre con sus jaulas
    Me encerró y me llevó a la ciudad
    En el circo me enseñaron las piruetas
    Y yo así perdí mi amada libertad

    Confórmate, me decía un tigre viejo
    Nunca el techo y la comida han de faltar
    Solo exigen que hagamos las piruetas
    Que a los niños podamos alegrar

    Han pasado cuatro años de esta vida
    Con el circo recorrí el mundo así
    Pero nunca pude olvidarme de todo
    De mis bosques, de mis tardes, ni de mi

    En un pueblito alejado
    Alguien no cerró el candado
    Era noche sin Luna, y yo dejé la ciudad
    Ahora piso yo el suelo de mi bosque
    Otra vez el verde de la libertad
    Estoy viejo, pero las tardes son mías
    Vuelvo al bosque, estoy contento de verdad

    ENG

    Hello Open Mic community!
    Here I am back making my contribution to this week's theme.
    This time I share with you what for me is one of the most beautiful songs ever written: The Bear.
    most beautiful songs ever written: El oso. It is by the argentinian singer-songwriter Moris, one of the
    one of the pioneers of what we call National Rock. This song
    was recorded in the year 1970 and became one of the pillars with which the songbook of the
    the rock songbook in Argentina.
    According to its author, it was composed at the request of a kindergarten teacher to sing it at school.
    to be able to sing it at school, which explains that the resource used for the lyrics is that of the
    the lyrics is that of the fable, which can include messages that may not be said.
    may not be able to be said. Such is the case of this song, which talks about freedom in a historical context.
    about freedom in a historical context in which the country was in a military dictatorship.
    military dictatorship.
    It is a perfect storytelling, in which the life of a bear, at first living idyllically in a forest
    living idyllically in a forest, then the men imprison him and take him to the circus
    to the circus where he lives 4 years in captivity, until one day he escapes and returns to the idyllic forest
    to the idyllic forest to live in freedom.
    I don't think it's necessary to explain why I chose this song for the topic
    of "ethics+freedom".
    For me, as I said before, it is one of the most beautiful songs ever written.
    written, and in fact I used and use it as a lullaby.
    I hope you enjoy it.

    **Lyrics

    I lived in the forest very happy
    I walked, I walked on and on
    Mornings and afternoons were mine
    At night I lay down to rest
    But one day the man came with his cages
    He locked me up and took me to the city
    In the circus they taught me the pirouettes
    And so I lost my beloved freedom

    Take comfort, an old tiger used to tell me
    There'll never be a shortage of food and shelter
    They only demand that we do the pirouettes
    That we can make the children happy

    Four years of this life have passed
    With the circus I traveled the world like this
    But I could never forget everything
    Of my woods, my afternoons, my evenings, nor of me

    In a little town far away
    Someone didn't lock the padlock
    It was moonless night, and I left the city
    Now I tread the ground of my forest
    Again the green of freedom
    I'm old, but the evenings are mine
    I'm back in the forest, I'm happy indeed

    Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

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