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heythere December 18, 2020 07:06 PM

Does the phrase, “let’s make sweet music together” have the same impact?
 
I want to tell a person I am romantically involved with, “come, let’s make sweet music together,” as we are also both musicians.

Does the phrase in Spanish have a similar impact? How would I say this in a romantic way? My partner is from Mexico City area if that helps.

Thank you! ☺️

poli December 21, 2020 05:37 PM

I don't think there is a common phrase in Spanish with the music metaphor, but that doesn't mean you can't create one. Here is my attempt, but don't quote me on it. Wait for a native Spanish speaker for their input.

Juntos crearemos bellas hamonias de amor.

AngelicaDeAlquezar December 21, 2020 09:39 PM

I'm the last person you want to get romantic advice from, but you may say "ven y hagamos dulce música juntos", which would be your literal translation. Although to me it sounds almost silly, because "dulce" is not a first choice of words, it will depend on your relationship and your sweetheart's character to probably say "hagamos buena música juntos" instead.


In any case, it's one of those contexts where anything you say is valid, because love-language is built by the special meaning both people give to words. ;)


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