"Al Otro Lado Del Rio" as written by and Jorge Abner Drexler Prada....
Clavo mi remo en el agua
Llevo tu remo en el mío
Creo que he visto una luz al otro lado del río

El día le irá pudiendo poco a poco al frío
Creo que he visto una luz al otro lado del río

Sobre todo creo que no todo está perdido
Tanta lágrima, tanta lágrima why yo, soy un vaso vacío

Oigo una voz que me llama casi un suspiro
Rema, rema, rema-a Rema, rema, rema-a

En esta orilla del mundo lo que no es presa es baldío
Creo que he visto una luz al otro lado del río

Yo muy serio voy remando muy adentro sonrío
Creo que he visto una luz al otro lado del río

Sobre todo creo que no todo está perdido
Tanta lágrima, tanta lágrima why yo, soy un vaso vacío

Oigo una voz que me llama casi un suspiro
Rema, rema, rema-a Rema, rema, rema-a

Clavo mi remo en el agua
Llevo tu remo en el mío
Creo que he visto una luz al otro lado del río



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"Al Otro Lado del Río" as written by Jorge Abner Drexler Prada Jorge Abner Drexler

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    General CommentThis is a beautiful song and one of my favorites off of Eco. Its calming and almost hypnotic, it could lull you into sleep if you let it.

    For me, its about hope. I think the message is clear. "Creo que he visto una luz al otro lado del rio". I believe I see a light at the other side of the river. He's rowing and rowing, knowing the task is great but inside, he smiles. Because he knows that on the other side is the thing he's wishing for. There's so much depth here, so much quiet joy.
    v-isthenew-^on December 12, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI always thought this song was about Río Grande and about the immigration from Latin America to USA. The light on the other side of the river is the American Dream.
    Redmindon June 02, 2013   Link

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