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I am learning to play the Freddy Fender song Before the Last Teardrop Falls on my guitar. One verse of the song is in Spanish. "Te de seo lo mas bueno, para los dos." I can translate all of the verse but the word seo. I think it comes from the verb ser, but do not know this conjugation.
Anyone know the meaning and origin of the word seo'

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updated ENE 25, 2009
posted by Michael-Brannon

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Vikingo said:

Eddy, sure. I think the "para los dos" is meant as an afterthought in that sentence.

Yes, your probably correct.

updated ENE 25, 2009
posted by Eddy
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Eddy, sure. I think the "para los dos" is meant as an afterthought in that sentence. But I don't know the song smile

updated ENE 25, 2009
posted by Vikingo
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Vikingo said:

The verb is probably "desear", so what you hear is "te deseo" - I wish you all the best, to both of you.Saludos smile

surely if he were wishing both of them the best it would be "os deseo"

updated ENE 25, 2009
posted by Eddy
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Muchas gracias para la contesta de mi pregunta. I look forward to sharing with you in the future.
Michael

updated ENE 25, 2009
posted by Michael-Brannon
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The verb is probably "desear", so what you hear is "te deseo" - I wish you all the best, to both of you.

Saludos smile

updated ENE 25, 2009
posted by Vikingo
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