Márchate ya
Moderatto Lyrics


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Quien invento el despertador?
Jamas funciona el ascensor
Pasa de largo el autobus
Aqui estoy yo y ahi estas tu
No puedo

Muy buenos dias como esta
Respondo kei comme si comme ca
Comi hambusguesas te de anís
Consumidor de cara gris
No puedo
Tu tu
Marchate, marchate ya

Tu tu
Marchate, marchate ya

Tu tu
Marchate, marchate ya
Tu tu
Marchate, marchate ya

Prohibido el paso precaucion
El disco rojo frena scott
Tres tristes tigres sin trigal
Ruge la furia de metal
No puedo

Tu tu
Marchate, marchate ya

Tu tu
Marchate, marchate ya

Tu tu
Marchate, marchate ya
Tu tu
Marchate, marchate ya

Oh santo dolar aquí estas
Samaritanos y cowboys
Un pajarito mira y flash
A quema ropa con laroy
No puedo

Tu tu
Marchate, marchate ya
Tu tu




Marchate
Ya

Overall Meaning

The lyrics of Moderatto's song "Marchate ya" seem to describe a person's frustration with their mundane and repetitive daily routine. The song starts by questioning the invention of the alarm clock, followed by the unreliable elevator and the missed bus. The singer then describes their own state, and that of the person they are addressing, implying that they are both stuck in this routine they cannot escape. The day doesn't seem to start well, with the exchange of greetings leading to a non-committal response of "comme si comme ça" (so-so) and a breakfast of hamburgers and anise tea. The description of the "consumer of a grey face" could indicate that the person is dissatisfied or unhappy. As the song progresses, the singer becomes increasingly irritated and tells the person to leave and break out of this cycle, repeatedly chanting "marchate ya" (leave now) throughout the song.


The lyrics also contain several seemingly random images, such as "prohibido el paso precaucion" (no entry, caution), "tres tristes tigres sin trigal" (three sad tigers without a wheat field), and "santo dolar" (the holy dollar). These images could represent the sense of confusion or disorientation that comes with feeling stuck in a monotonous routine.


Overall, the song conveys a sense of frustration at being trapped in a cycle of monotony, and a desire to break free from it.


Line by Line Meaning

Quien invento el despertador?
Who invented the alarm clock?


Jamas funciona el ascensor
The elevator never works


Pasa de largo el autobus
The bus passes by


Aqui estoy yo y ahi estas tu
Here I am and there you are


No puedo
I can't


Muy buenos dias como esta
Good morning, how are you?


Respondo kei comme si comme ca
I reply 'so-so'


Comi hambusguesas te de anís
I ate hamburgers and anise tea


Consumidor de cara gris
A consumer with a grey face


Tu tu
Beep beep


Marchate, marchate ya
Leave, leave now


Prohibido el paso precaucion
Danger, no entry


El disco rojo frena scott
The red disc stops Scott (Scottish slang for car)


Tres tristes tigres sin trigal
Three sad tigers without a wheat field


Ruge la furia de metal
The metal fury roars


Oh santo dolar aquí estas
Oh sacred dollar, here you are


Samaritanos y cowboys
Samaritans and cowboys


Un pajarito mira y flash
A bird watches and flashes


A quema ropa con laroy
At point-blank range with LaRoy


Marchate
Leave


Ya
Now




Lyrics © Sugarmusic s.p.a., Peermusic Publishing
Written by: DANILO VAONA, GIANPIETRO FELISATTI, LUIS GOMEZ ESCOLAR ROLDAN, MIGUEL BOSE DOMINGUIN

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