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Old May 01, 2011, 01:06 PM
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Grupo Limite:"Te Aprovechas"

This is a very special song that came out on that great album by them in the mid 90's. (They're Mexican) One of the greatest Mexican albums of all time.

Does anyone know what the title is referring to? And the phrases:
"Soy la sombra de tu vida,....Sin reparar jamas en mi,...Me desgarras Y manejas a tu antojo Y controlas mis enojos A tu ley y conviccion" what exactly are they saying?
I know the song is about a needy woman who worships this man who treats her like dirt, and I understand the basic story it's telling, minus a few lines in the lyrics.

Soy la sombra de tu vida
Tu me elevas y me tiras
Yo te sigo y tu me pisas
Sin reparar jamas en mi.
Bebo siempre de tu mal
Como sierva en tu rebano
Y te odio y te amo
Muyy a pesar de mi.
No buscar culpables yo lo soy
Porque cuando me llamas
Siempre estoy
Dispuesta a todo.
CORO
Y te aprovechas,
Porque sabes que te quiero
Al sonido de tus dedos
A tus ordenes estoy.
Te aprovechas,
Porque sabes que aunque quiera
Nunca voy a estar afuera
Del cristal de tu prisin.
Y me dejas
Y me tienes cuando quieres
Me persigues y me quieres
Soy tu presa cazador.
Me desgarras
Y manejas a tu antojo
Y controlas mis enojos
A tu ley y conviccin.
CORO



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Old May 01, 2011, 03:41 PM
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I don't know if this is what you are looking for, but "Te aprovechas" means "You take advantage ('of me' is to be supposed)"

In the lines you quoted the woman compares herself with the shadow of her man, something that follows him all day only to be ignored and stepped on. She protests being completely manipulated by him. And with "y controlas mis enojos a tu ley y convicción" she also says that when any conflict or discomfort arises she has always to give in and accept that all is the way he sees it and conform to every course of action he proposes.
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The music is naturally good for us.

Thank you.
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