Our translated lyrics this week: Samba Desenredo, by Brazilian band Meia Dúzia de 3 ou 4. Meia dúzia means half a dozen. Interesting name for the band, don't you think? This is not a light ballad. It is a samba about the end of the world. Complicado, né? Even if you are not in the end-of-the-world
Metá Metá: Thiago França, Juçara Marçal e Kiko Dinucci Our translated lyrics this week are about São Jorge = St. George. The song is performed by Brazilian band Metá Metá. You can listen to the song in episode 319 of the Caipirinha Appreciation Sociey podcast. And remember to download
A new episode of the podcast Caipirinha Appreciation Society is out, and so are your translated lyrics available for download at the end of this post. This week's song is Chamada Restrita, by Dois do Samba. The song is in episode 318 of the podcast: Taking Risks
Download the translated lyrics: Todo Mundo Nasce Artista, by Aíla. Here's the file: Letra - Aíla - Todo mundo nasce artista - Street Smart Brazil This song was hand-picked by our talented friends from Caipirinha Appreciation Society. You can listen to it in episode 317 of the podcast: Meeting
Download your weekly translated lyrics from Caipirinha Appreciation Society's podcast: Ingrediente da Felicidade, by Salvador Santo. The song is in Episode 316 of the podcast: Routine = Rotina. Salvador Santo is a singer, composer, musician, and DJ from Recife,
Singing is a great way to improve your speaking skills. Here is your weekly translated lyrics from Caipirinha Appreciation Society's podcast: Fingimento, by Trio Pouca Chinfra, a samba group from Recife. The song is in episode 315 of the podcast: Ebb and Flow = Fluxo e Refluxo.
Susanna and I are very happy with the feedback that our series Learn Brazilian Portuguese with Songs has been getting from learners of Portuguese all over the world. Muito obrigada! This lesson uses the song Amigo by Brazilian super star Roberto Carlos. Roberto Carlos became popular in the 1950’s
Many of you have asked for a lesson with the super popular song Ai Se Eu Te Pego, by Michel Teló. Here it is! We hope you have a ton of fun learning with our new video lesson. This lesson is from the series Learn Brazilian Portuguese with Songs. These lessons are a collaboration