El Caimito
Pastor Lopez Lyrics


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Es Más ayaaa de Monteria
En Donde queda ese bello pueblito

Es Más ayaaa de Monteria
En Donde queda ese bello pueblito

A el canto esta bella melodia
Va dedicada al pueblo de Caimito

A el canto esta bella melodia
Va dedicada al pueblo de Caimito

Son lo mujere′ lo mas lindo
Con una flores su comparasion

Son lo mujere' lo mas lindo
Con una flores su comparasion

No olvido el dia que ese pueblito visite
Y me trataron con gran atencion

No olvido el dia que ese pueblito visite
Y me trataron con gran atencion

Es Más ayaaa de Monteria
En Donde queda ese bello pueblito

Es Más ayaaa de Monteria
En Donde queda ese bello pueblito

A el canto esta bella melodia
Va dedicada al pueblo de Caimito

A el canto esta bella melodia
Va dedicada al pueblo de Caimito

Son lo mujere′ lo mas lindo
Con una flores su comparasion

Son lo mujere' lo mas lindo
Con una flores su comparasion

No olvido el dia que ese pueblito visite
Y me trataron con gran atencion

No olvido el dia que ese pueblito visite
Y me trataron con gran atencion





(Solo de piano de Pastor Lopez)

Overall Meaning

The lyrics to Pastor Lopez's song "El Caimito" are an homage to the town of Caimito, which is located beyond Monteria. The singer expresses his admiration for this beautiful village and its people. The melody is dedicated to the town, celebrating its charm and the kindness with which the singer was treated when he visited.


The song emphasizes the beauty of the women in Caimito, comparing them to flowers. This highlights their attractiveness and elegance. The singer states that he will never forget the day he visited the town and how he was received with great attention, indicating the warmth and hospitality of the people.


The repetitive nature of the lyrics, with slight variations, helps reinforce the singer's affection and appreciation for Caimito. The solo piano at the end of the song adds a reflective and nostalgic touch, perhaps symbolizing the singer's fond memories of the town.


Overall, "El Caimito" is a heartfelt tribute to Caimito and its people, expressing admiration for its beauty and the wonderful experiences the singer had during his visit.


Line by Line Meaning

Es Más ayaaa de Monteria
It is further away from Monteria


En Donde queda ese bello pueblito
Where is that beautiful little town located


A el canto esta bella melodia
This beautiful melody is for


Va dedicada al pueblo de Caimito
It is dedicated to the town of Caimito


Son lo mujere′ lo mas lindo
The women are the most beautiful


Con una flores su comparasion
With flowers as their comparison


No olvido el dia que ese pueblito visite
I don't forget the day I visited that little town


Y me trataron con gran atencion
And they treated me with great attention


(Solo de piano de Pastor Lopez)
(Solo piano by Pastor Lopez)




Writer(s): Justiniano Jose Ricardo Rivera

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Comments from YouTube:

José Raúl Camargo

FELICITACIONES, SU TRABAJO ES MUY BUENO, EXCELENTE LA CALIDAD DEL SONIDO.

Carlos Sosa

Música para siempre.

marcia martin

La mejor musica sin duda no la de ahora solo cantan y dicen vulgaridades 🙂 no es de mi época pero es la musica que gusta...

Benjamin Duran

Recuerdo con está canción medellín 1976 Manrique oriental 🥳🥳

mery tamayo

Monteria ..lo máximo ❤😊

Alberto Cárdenas

Alberto González Cárdenas gracias a pastor López por ese gran tema recuerda mis maravillosos años 1976 colegio Bolívar Soacha lo disfrutamos. En la caseta internacional de las estrellas tiempos que no volvieron

Martin Ramírez

pará todas las Colombianas que radican en whasington DC y el estado de ILinois

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