Este domingo celebramos el Día de la Madre, aunque de una forma diferente. En Yoyorama queremos ponerle color… ¡y sintonía! Por eso recopilamos para ti las canciones para el Día de la madre.

¿Qué sería de una celebración sin música? Absolutamente nada. Este Día de la madre, como ya sucediera con el Día del padre, la fiesta tendrá que ser en casa. Podremos disfrutar, eso sí, de un paseito con mamá a lo largo del día, pero tendremos que montarle la celebración en el salón y conseguir desde allí, que se sienta especial. Lo importante es poder pasar el día en familia y disfrutar.

Para ponerle color y ambiente, te recomendamos varios planes en nuestra agenda semanal. En esta ocasión te traemos las mejores canciones para el Día de la madre y así ponerle sintonía muy especial a la jornada de fiesta del próximo domingo. ¡Escucha!

“Mama said”, Metallica

El mítico grupo americano lanzo este tema dentro de su álbum Load, el sexto de su discografía. Además, se editó en 1996 como sencillo y como muestra del estilo melódico de la banda. Esta es una de sus canciones más suaves, y nada parecida al resto de baladas. Tenía un significado muy especial para todos los componentes del grupo, en especial para James Hetfield, quien perdió a su madre con tan solo dieciséis años.

Mama she has taught me well
Told me when I was young
“Son your life’s an open book
Don’t close it ‘fore its done”

The brightest flame burns quickest
That’s what I heard her say
A son’s heart’s owed to mother
But I must find my way

Let my heart go
Let your son grow
Mama, let my heart go
Or let this heart be still
Yeah, still

Rebel, my new last name
Wild blood in my veins
Apron strings around my neck

The mark that still remains
Left home at an early age
Of what I heard was wrong
I never asked forgiveness
But what is said is done

Let my heart go
Let your son grow
Mama, let my heart go
Or let this heart be still

Never I ask of you
But never I gave
But you gave me your emptiness that I’ll take to my grave
Never I ask of you
But never I gave
But you gave me your emptiness that I’ll take to my grave
So let this heart be still

Mama, now I’m coming home
I’m not all you wished of me
A mother’s love for her son
Unspoken, and maybe
Yeah, I took your love for granted
And all the things you said to me
I need your arms to welcome me
But, a cold stone’s all I see

Let my heart go
Let your son grow
Mama, let my heart go
Or let this heart be still
Let my heart go
Mama, let my heart go

You never let my heart go
So let this heart be still

Never I ask of you
But never I gave
But you gave me your emptiness that I’ll take to my grave
Never I ask of you
But never I gave
But you gave me your emptiness that I’ll take to my grave

So let this heart be still

canciones dia de la madre

“My mother told me”, Nat King Cole.

La segunda de las recomendaciones de canciones para el Día de la madre viene en forma de jazz y de la mano, y la voz, del gran Nat King Cole. El tema es “My mother told me”, un tributo maravilloso del artista de Alabama.

Oh-o-oh yeah
(My-mama, mama, mama, ma-ma)
My mama to-o-o-ld me-ee-ee
(My-mama, mama, mama, ma-ma)
ooh ye-e-e-ah
(My-mama, mama, mama, ma-ma)

Yeah 
(Wha-ooh-ooh)
My mama told me there’d be lots of guys
(Wha-ooh-ooh)
Who loohk at me and start to makin’ eyes
(Wha-ooh-ooh)
And then they squeeze and wanna hold you tight
(ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh)
And say they love you both-a day and night

And so ya
(Better be careful hon)
ooh yeah
(Better be careful hon)
Yes, that’s what she told me
(Better be careful hon)
Or you’re gonna miss out on a lot of fun

And then I met a guy whose name was Joe
(Wha-ooh-ooh)
He told me, “Baby I’ve got lot’s of dough”
(Wha-ooh-ooh)
So if you just come along with me
(ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh)
We’ll go places, just you wait and see

I should have listened
(To what my mama told me)
Yes, I should have listened
(To what my mama told me)
To what a-mama told me ye-ah
(To what my mama told me)
(ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh)
A-but I didn’t be-lieve a-what she said

Oh-ooh-ho-ooh yeah
(My-mama, mama, mama, ma-ma)
Yes, that’s what she told me
(My-mama, mama, mama, ma-ma)
A-but I didn’t be-lieve a-what she said

Well that all happened such a long time ago
(Wha-ooh-ooh)
I’ve learned my lesson and a-now I know
(Wha-ooh-ooh)
I should have listened to what my mama said
(ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh)
But I thought I knew everything instead

He ran around
(I should have listened to what my mama told me)
Yes, with every girl in town
(I should have listened to what my mama told me)
Yes, he put me dow-own
(I should have listened to what my mama told me)
Played me for a clown
(I should have listened to what my mama told me)
Oh-ooh Yeah-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eeeh
(I should have listened to what my mama told me)
(I should have listened to what my mama told me)
Yeah-eh now now Yeah-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eeeh
(Fade)
(I should have listened to what my mama told me)
(I should have listened to what my mama told me)
(I should have listened to what my mama told me)
Oh-o mommy mommy Yeah-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eh-eeeh