This song mixes together the style of Colombian Vallenato with salsa. The begining verses are more clearly "Vallenato paseo" which were influenced by the groove provided by the "caja vallenata " a percussion instrument from the north coast of Colombia. The melodic and harmonic structure has a clear "salsa" taste, which converge into a powerful blend in the "mambo" part of the song.

The title of this song has a wide array of meanings "Opening Doors" can literally translate into many feelings establishing new relationships a person opening doors within themselves to a new and more positive attitude towards life. Another meaning of the title is opening doors to our Latin American cultures. Our nations share many common roots and if we open our doors we will become the new hope for this complex world. Its simply a matter of "Opening doors"


Como despu? de la noche
As after the night

Brilla una nueva ma?na
Shines a new morning (x2)

As??? tambi? en tu llanto
So also in your weeping

Hay una luz de esperanza
There is a light of hope (x2)

Como despu? de la lluvia
As after the rain

Llega de nuevo la calma
A new calm arrives (x2)

El a? nuevo te espera
The new year waits for you

Con alegri? en el alma
With joy in the soul (x2)

Y vamos abriendo puertas
And we go on opening doors

Y vamos cerrando heridas
And we go on closing wounds

Porque en el a? que...(more)

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