n1c0 (n1c0x1c0) wrote in linguaphiles,

No me encuentro...na na na

Some of you may remember a discussion a while back about covers of popular songs in other languages. Since then, I have been searching everywhere for a Spanish cover of the Rolling Stones' "Satisfaction" that I had once heard, but without any luck. I recently learned that the group is named Los Salvajes and that their cover, "Satisfacción" appeared on their 1966 record with EMI-Regal, along with a version of Sonny & Cher's "I Got You Babe" ("Ya te tengo").

If anyone has this song, particularly in mp3 form, I would greatly appreciate you providing it to me. You will be my hero forever, I promise!

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