Perro muerto en la calle - Leo Susana

¨Perro muerto en la calle¨ is a tune I wrote in a kind of African guitar style inspired by the songs of Juan Luis Guerra and the guitar playing on them, specially by Diblo Dibala on Juan Luis´s album, Fogarate.
The song is in Dominican Spanish, and when I often play it live, I present it as a song about a guy who got caught being unfaithful. cheating. Hence, the chorus that goes ¨mira pa lo do lao cuando vaya a cruza¨ which means ¨Look both ways before you cross¨. Enjoy.
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