VIDEO:Rocío Banquells confuses lyrics of 'Volver, Volver' with 'El Rey'

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Some days ago Rocío Banquells was presented in Zitácuaro, Michoacán, and since we are in the national month, the famous woman decided to perform The kinga song that has been performed by several singers and was composed by José Alfredo Jiménez. In her presentation, Sylvia Pasquel's sister made a mistake, since he changed the lyrics to the song.

A video has circulated through social networks showing that Rocío Banquells is on stage performing El Rey, a song that is very well known and it is almost impossible for any Mexican not to know the lyrics.

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The celebrity invites attendees to join her and sing. Although at first everything goes well, at some point Rocío Banquells begins to perform the song and changes the lyrics to Volver, Volver, a song that was performed by Vicente Fernández.

Rocío Banquells was singing this part of the song, which is one of the most remembered of said song.

"I know well that I'm out

But the day I die

I know you will have to cry

(Cry and cry, cry and cry)…”

However, the famous woman changed the “I know you will have to cry for the following:

"I know well that I'm out

But the day I die

I know you'll have to come back..."

Although his mistake is evident, The video shows that Rocío Banquells apparently did not realize that she changed the letter or because of your experience and professionalism does not prove that you made a mistake.

So far the singer has not made any statement about the reason why she changed the lyrics to The kingbut because the verse of the song in which he made a mistake has similarity with the one in Volver, Volver could have confused them.


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