Synonyms for llore or Related words with llore

anoche              vuelvas              aunque              llanto              decirte              tienes              llorar              mirame              respirar              infiel              amanece              morenita              vuela              siendo              regresa              deseos              vienes              porque              dejame              tenemos              enamorar              quiera              perdona              olvidarte              llego              conocido              sabes              escuchar              inolvidable              quede              fuiste              cuanto              perder              demasiado              olvidar              jugar              celos              quedate              rumores              labios              estamos              escapar              llora              celebrar              cuenta              olvidarla              viviendo              quererte              estuve              emociones             

Examples of "llore"
In 1999, they decide to settle in Miami, Florida under the tutelage of Emilio Estefan, where they begin their careers as producers, composers and arrangers, reaffirming their careers as musicians and singers. From that moment on,the successes and achievements have not rested. Tracks like "Muy Dentro de Mi", "Ay Bueno", "Llore Llore," "Dame Otro Tequila", "No Llores", "No vale la pena", and many more are popular and renowned in the music industry.
"Songs: 1. Buenagente, 2. Disco Azucar, 3. Dicen Que Dicen, 4. Tres Gordos, 5. Gato Por Liebre, 6. Figura Soy Yo, 7. Ay Lola, 8. Cuenta Decisiva, 9. Ven Pa' Que No Me Llore"
The Waddling Fools, a musical group based at Rancho Mastatal in Costa Rica, and in Montclair, New Jersey, performed the song "Hope for the Flowers" at Bioneers by the Bay, sponsored by the Marion Institute, in New Bedford, Massachusetts, in October 2009, and the song appears on the CD "Canta No Llore: The Songs of Mastatal", which benefits the Mastate Charitable Foundation. At the same conference, author Trina Paulus presented a workshop titled "Hope for the Flowers." Said song, written by Alan Smith, Erin Campbell, Nate Sander and Britt Willey, has since been recorded in studio by Smith's Montclair-base band, The Porchistas.
¿Dónde Jugarán los Niños? (English: "Where Will the Children Play?") is the second studio album (fifth overall) released by Latin American Mexican rock band Maná released in 1992. This album contained many of the hits that catapulted them to international fame and established them as one of the leading Latin rock acts of the 90's, including "Oye Mi Amor", "¿Dónde Jugarán los Niños?", "Vivir Sin Aire", "Te Llore Un Río", "Cómo te deseo" and "De pies a cabeza". The album has reached #4 on Billboard's Top Latin Albums Chart. Ulises Calleros (the band's former electric guitarist) was replaced by César "Vampiro" López. The band re-released this album with bonus remixes on February 15, 1994. Singer Mijares covered "Vivir sin Aire" in his 2009 Spanish album "Vivir Así". "Oye Mi Amor" is one of the international songs included in the rhythm video game "Rock Band 3".
In 1985, after releasing the album "Como una estrella" ("Like a star"), the band split, leaving Federico Estevan solo. Pegasso continued to use the original sound that started it all: the Hammond B200 and the Hammond B300, used to record every album that the band released. Also, they added to the "Pegasso" style pop music, such as their hits: "La Duda" (Doubt), "El Talisman" (The Talisman), "De Vacaciones" (On Vacation), "Y tu como si nada" (And You Like Nothing) and "Siete Primaveras" (Seven Springs). Pegasso introduced the "Ensonique Mirage", "Miame Brass" sounds/HI-SLIDE effect and natural violins combined with beautiful electric pianos in the background and gave some of their songs a real orchestra feeling. They also interpreted classic light rock such as: "Esa vez llore" and "El ultimo beso". These two styles inspired other bands to follow Pegasso's footsteps, such bands being: Liberacion, Toppaz, Temerarios, and many others. The original vocalist, Juan Antonio Espinoza, had returned once again as the lead vocalist for Grupo Pegasso in 1986 by choice of Federico Estevan. Juan Antonio's strong and melodic, high-pitch, vibrato voice and smooth dancing on stage, while singing, set a standard and gave the distinction from that of Emilio Reyna's simple, yet light-tone voice while just standing there barely making the vocal chord pitch with a cigar in one hand and his other hand on the side of his head with a finger in his ear to try and hit the pitch better.