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Shakira: Whenever, Wherever Meaning


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Song Released: 2001

Whenever, Wherever Lyrics

Lucky you were born that far away
So we could both make fun of distance
Lucky that i love a foreign man for
The lucky fact of your existance
Baby I would climb the Andes solely
To count the freckles on your body
Never could imagine...


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    May 28th, 5:38pm report

    I think this song is basically about how she is really madly in love with someone, and she is trying to prove that she would do anything just to be with him. (baby I would climb the Andes solely, to count the freckles on your body) and in the second part she is showing that she’s not perfect, but she has many good things, that will supposedly help her future husband. ( lucky that my lips etc, lucky that my breasts etc, and these two eyes etc, lucky I have strong legs etc,)


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    Aug 25th, 2019 8:06pm report

    It's about how her boobs are smaller than mountains.


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    Dec 13th, 2017 12:41am report

    Love story about a long relationship that shakira had with a boy.


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    Jan 3rd, 2015 1:21pm report

    This song is about how she is crazy about this guy and she knows that whenever and wherever they may be she will be there for him night or day.


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    Feb 15th, 2014 2:50am report

    Lucky that my lips not only mumble. They spill kisses like a fountain.

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