Enjoy this beautiful song today and Buika's interpretation in the video below.

Mi Niña Lola
Andrés Molina Molés / José Torres Garzón / Luís Rivas Gómez

Dime porqué tienes carita de pena.
¿Qué tiene mi niña siendo santa y buena?
Cuéntale a tu padre lo que a ti te pasa.
Dime lo que tienes reina de mi casa.

Tu madre, la pobre, no sé dónde está.
Dime lo que tienes, dime lo que tienes...
¡Dime lo que tienes! ¡Dime la verdad!

Mi niña Lola, mi niña Lola...
ya no tiene la carita del color de la amapola.

Tú no me ocultes tus penas,
penas de tu corazón.
Cuéntame tus amarguras
para consolártelas yo.

Mi niña Lola, mi niña Lola...
se le ha puesto la carita del color de la amapola.
Siempre que te miro, mi niña bonita,
le rezo a la Virgen que está en la ermita.
Cuéntale a tu padre lo que te ha pasado,
dime si algún hombre a ti te ha engañado.

Hija de mi alma, no me llores más,
Dime lo que tienes, dime lo que tienes...
¡Dime lo que tienes! ¡Dime la verdad!

Mi niña Lola, mi niña Lola...
mientras que viva tu padre, no estás en el mundo sola.

Listen to Pepe Pinto sing it here. (You'll be glad you did.) Then watch Buika's interpretation in the video below.

Tell me why you have a sorrowful face.
What's wrong with my girl who's so holy and good?
Tell your father what's going on.
Tell me what's wrong Queen of my home.

Your mother, the poor thing, I don't know where she is.

Tell me what's wrong, tell me what's wrong...
Tell me what's wrong! Tell me the truth!


My girl Lola, my girl Lola...
She no longer has a face the color of poppies.

You hide your sorrows from me,
sorrows of your heart.
Tell me your sorrows
so that I may console you.

My girl Lola, my girl Lola...
her face has turned the color of poppies.
Whenever I look at you my pretty girl,
I pray to the Virgin Mary in the shrine.
Tell your father what's going on.
Tell me if some man has deceived you.

Daughter of my soul, don't cry anymore
Tell me what's wrong, tell me what's wrong...
Tell me what's wrong! Tell me the truth!

My girl Lola, my girl Lola...
as long as your father is alive, you'll never be alone in this world.

You can read a lot more about this song and about Concha Buika and Pepe Pinto here.

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