No soy de aqui ni soy de alla with chords
The three verses are played in the same way.
We will therefore only look at verse 1 and the chorus.
Verse 1 of the song
Here are the chords you will be using in verse 1 (and for other verses) :
When you master those positions, you can follow the next tab to play verse 1 and, following the lyrics, the other verses :
Remember that the chords are written above the lyrics so that you can play them at the right time. Therefore, it’s better to play while singing. Chords that are to the right of a phrase (not above a word) are played between the two phrases.
Chorus of the Milonga
In the chorus 5 chords are added. I put only the news that you will have to know for the chorus (the ones you already know have to be ready) :
When you master this chords, you can follow this framework to play the chorus twice :
No soy de aqui ni soy de alla video with tab
If you like, you can play other Argentinean song like Nostalgias, a famous tango.
No soy de aqui ni soy de alla lyrics
The song No soy de aqui, ni soy de alla are composed of three verses and a chorus.
The structure of the lyrics is simple:
Verse 1 – Verse 2 – Chorus – Verse 3 – Chorus
The are different depending on whether Cafrune or Cabral sings them. Here are those of Jorge Cafrune :
Me gusta el sol, Alicia y las palomas
El buen cigarro y las malas señoras
Saltar paredes y abrir las ventanas
Y cuando llora una mujer
Me gusta el vino tanto como las flores
Y el conejo pero no los tractores
El pan casero y la voz de Dolores
Y el mar mojandome los pies
No soy de aquí, ni soy de allá.
No tengo edad, ni porvenir
Y ser feliz es mi color
Me gusta estar tirado siempre en la arena
Y en bicicleta perseguir a Manuela
Y todo el tiempo para ver las estrellas
Con la Maria en el trigal
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No soy de aqui ni soy de alla history
No soy de aqui ni soy de alla is a milonga that we are used to hear both by Facundo Cabral and Jorge Cafrune, with slightly different lyrics, without knowing which of the two composed it.
The key to the secret is hidden in Uruguay, where Jorge Cafrune and Facundo Cabral went in 1968 after leaving their country : Argentina. Here, they say, they took it because they were sad to be so far away from there. They began to sing their nostalgia and composed this great milonga.
No soy de aqui ni soy de alla is a song that rightly speaks to us of the roots, of one’s own customs and of the pleasure, sometimes lost, of childhood. So when you become a stranger, when you leave your home, your town, or your homeland, you always start to remember. And, as the Argentine singer César Isella used to say, to remember in these moments of remoteness, is to face the most important thing we say goodbye to: the simple things.
Thus, this milonga tells us about the love for the simplest things in life and the constitutive force of nostalgia.
Easy score for beginners
The following score is a “home-made” easy score for beginners that we created according to the above frameworks and explanations.
This summarizes everything we just covered. You can download it for free to play No soy de aqui, ni soy de alla by Facundo Cabral and Jorge Cafrune on guitar.