"El 28" as written by Pablo Benegas Urabayen, Alvaro Fuentes Ibarz, Haritz Garde Fernandez, Amaya Montero Saldias and Xabier San Martin Beldarrain....
Llega tarde el 28
Nerviosa miro el reloj,
La lluvia conmigo empieza
Un dí­a de pleno sol,
A lo mejor aparece el
Recuerdo de un amor,
No me ve, camina
Ausente, hace mucho que
Pasó
Empecé a recordar
Y paseé
Por mi mente y encontré,
Aquel rincón que te dejé,
Donde guardo los momentos que no olvidé

Revivo aquella noche en que
Olvidamos lo demás,
El cielo se volvió rojo al sol
Vimos bostezar,
Se ha perdido entre la gente,
Me he perdido yo también,
Ya se ha ido el 28 la memoria de
Un ayer

Empecé a recordar
Y paseé
Por mi mente y encontré
Aquel rincón que te dejé,
Donde guardo los momentos que no olvidé
Si quiero saber, si tú también,
Recuerdas algo de aquel café,
Espero a veces sin entender
Por qué


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"El 28" as written by Amaya Montero Alvaro Fuentes

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    General CommentI played this song last year for my AP Spanish classmates and they liked it. Also found it was a fun one to crank up in my car after school let out... Anyway. Basically I think it's about a girl who's remembering an experience with a past love--presumably the 28th was a significant date as regards the experience, since today is the 28th of some unspecified month which sparks her reminiscence. In case anyone's interested, I'll (somewhat inexpertly) put it in English:

    The 28th arrives late and nervously I look at my
    watch.
    The rain with me begins a day of perfect sun. (1)
    In the distance the memory of a love appears,
    it doesn't see me walking absently, it happened
    long ago.

    ...and I began to remember.

    And I walked through my mind and I found
    that corner that I left to you,
    where I keep the moments that I did not forget.

    I relive(2) that night when we forgot the rest [of the
    world],
    the sky turned red,
    we saw the sun yawn.
    It has lost itself among the people and I have lost
    myself as well.
    The 28th has already left, the memory of a
    yesterday.

    ...and I began to remember.

    And I walked through my mind and I found
    that corner that I left to you,
    where I keep the moments that I did not forget.

    Yes, I want to know if you also
    remember something of that café;
    I hope(3) at times without understanding why...

    And I walked through my mind and I found
    that corner that I left to you,
    where I keep the moments that I did not forget.

    (1) My best guess is that she is saying that although it's a perfectly sunny day, for her it is raining.
    (2) also, "revive memories of"
    (3) also, "wait"
    Isabella_de_Reimson April 15, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI'm a Spanish girl and I'd like to say that the singer of this group told that the 28 is not a date, but the number of the bus or train that the girl of the song takes every day. That's why the lyric says: "llega tarde el 28 y nerviosa miro el reloj" (the 28 arrives late and nervously I look at my watch).
    ochrasyon January 09, 2007   Link

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