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Te vas porque yo quiero que te vayas
A la hora que yo quiera te detengo
Yo sé que mi cariño te hace falta
Porque quieras o no
Yo soy tu dueño

Yo quiero que te vayas por el mundo
Y quiero que conozcas mucha gente
Yo quiero que te besen otros labios
Para que me compares
Hoy, como siempre

Si encuentras un amor que te comprenda
Y sientas que te quiere más que nadie
Entonces yo daré la media vuelta
Y me iré con el sol
Cuando muera la tarde

Entonces yo daré la media vuelta
Y me iré con el sol
Cuando muera la tarde

Yo quiero que te vayas por el mundo
Y quiero que conozcas mucha gente
Yo quiero que te besen otros labios
Para que me compares
Hoy, como siempre

Si encuentras un amor que te comprenda
Y sientas que te quiere más que nadie
Entonces yo daré la media vuelta
Y me iré con el sol
Cuando muera la tarde

Entonces yo daré la media vuelta
Y me iré con el sol
Cuando muera la tarde

Te vas porque yo quiero que te vayas

 

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Revelan la memorable historia detrás del video “La media vuelta” de Luis Miguel

Debido al éxito que ha tenido la serie biográfica de Luis Miguel , cada día salen nuevos detalles sobre la vida del legendario cantante. En esta ocasión fue el programa De primera mano el que reveló algunos detalles de la grabación del videoclip de “La media vuelta”, tema del cantautor José Alfredo Jiménez.

En el video -estrenado en 1994- participaron Juan Gabriel, Lola Beltrán, Amalia Mendoza, Katy Jurado, Pablo Montero, Carlos Monsiváis, Ofelia Medina y José Alfredo Jiménez Jr.

Leer más: https://www.quien.com/espectaculos/2018/07/05/revelan-la-memorable-historia-detras-del-video-la-media-vuelta-de-luis-miguel

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"Este video tiene una historia interesante que pocos fans de Luis Miguel saben. LM siempre manifestó su admiración por María Félix en la intimidad de sus círculos sociales, y se inspiró en ella para la realización de este video musical a través de la protagonista femenina y la temática. Esta hecho en formato de cine en blanco y negro, simulando al llamado: cine de la época de oro. En el LM aparece cómo todo un galán y charro mexicano y su protagonista femenina como uno de los personajes característicos de María Félix, emulando a la actriz, que fue considerada la mujer más bella del mundo. Para la realización de este video se intentó localizar a la legendaria actriz para que asistiera al rodaje, como la invitada especial, entre otros ahí reunidos: katy Jurado, Lola Beltran, Jorge Russek, Juan Gabriel, Carlos Monsivais, La Tariacuri, Ofelia Medina, Pablo Montero etc etc pero la Doña estaba en Francia, por lo que no asistió y posiblemente tampoco le hubiera interesado estar, incluso el video se grabo en el restaurante favorito de María en CDMX, “El Cícero Centenario”, de Estela Moctezuma, su gran amiga en los últimos años de su vida. Pasaron los años y fue en el 2002, en que LM la invitó a asistir a uno de sus conciertos en la CDMX y María Félix aceptó. Al verla el cantante parada bajo el escenario, inmediatamente se recostó sobre la tarima para alcanzarla y saludarla con un beso en los labios, lo cual fue muy noticioso y fue la gran despedida de la gran Doña María Félix ante su público mexicano, esta fue su última aparición pública antes de fallecer dos meses después. Contaba con 88 años de edad, nació y murió el mismo día un 8 de abril 1914 - 2002"

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