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Hey,
i just heard a song. The title is "situboquita fuera". can anyone tell me the translation? I believe fuera means in the open ar outside, right? any help is appreciated.

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updated MAY 2, 2008
posted by rob-fields

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It could also be a poetic way of saying "If it were your mouth [that I was kissing...]." That wouldn't be the normal word order, but in songs the order sometimes changes for poetic reasons.

updated MAY 2, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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Your suggestion is totally right. "Fuera" is the past subjunctive of the verb "ser".

updated MAY 2, 2008
posted by Dunia
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It needs more detail for context.

A possibility is that it is the conditional and could mean "If your mouth were...." si=if tu=your boquita=little mouth fuera=were

updated MAY 2, 2008
posted by lagartijaverde
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