"Oye Como Va" as written by and Tito Puente....
Oye como va
Mi ritmo
Bueno pa gozar
Mulata

Oye como va
Mi ritmo
Bueno pa gozar
Mulata

Oye como va
Mi ritmo
Bueno pa gozar
Mulata

Oye como va
Mi ritmo
Bueno pa gozar
Mulata


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"Oye Como Va" as written by Tito Puente

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    General CommentI think the pa' might stand for para ("for").
    mandageminion April 02, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis is part of the lyric but its not complete
    hatebreederon September 21, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentLoosly translated-
    Listen (oye) How (como) Goes (va)

    Listen how it goes.
    JosephWolfon December 23, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentListen How It Goes, My Rhythm, Good to enjoy, Mulatto

    Mulatto is a spanish term meaning an offspring of African or European heritage, SO saying this song is a spanish and african song maybe... But i love, it, we're playing it in Jazz, and i play cowbell =P

    But yea, this song is really just saying that it's from european and african descendence
    brettnexxon January 17, 2006   Link
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    General Commentvery groovy old classic.. it reminds me of this summer when all i did was listen to classic rock and i clearly remember this one! does anyone know when it came out?
    substylinbabyon February 22, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentFrom the album, Abraxas, released in September 1970
    BazBearon March 12, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentfunky band funky song funk
    heyjude55on April 23, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentdoes anybody know what he says in the beginning?

    it sounds like

    "rrrrrrrrrrr, sabor"

    which is, in english, i think,

    "rrrrrrrrrrr, flavor"

    but, yeah. i don't know if that's right.
    kayteeohhon October 14, 2006   Link
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    General Commentand... i don't think mulata is saying "it's from european and african descendence" that's the english definition.

    mulata is closer to...dark-skinned. or brown. maybe it's referring to....latino? or maybe a latino person?

    maybe "bueno pa gozar mulata" = "good to enjoy the latin woman" hahahaha

    bleh its times like this i wish i paid more attention in spanish class
    kayteeohhon October 14, 2006   Link
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    General Commentbut you also have to remember the culture differences and prostitute isnt such a strict word.
    Breeannaon January 02, 2007   Link

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