20 de enero
Definition of 20 de enero
The phrase 20 de enero (January 20th) becomes every year a trend in social networks because it is the name of one of the most famous songs of the Spanish group La oreja de Van Gogh.
SYNONYMS FOR 20 de enero
- Name of a song
- Early morning of January 20
ORIGIN OF 20 de enero
“20 de enero” was released on June 20, 2003 when the group La Oreja de Van Gogh released their album “Lo que te conté mientras te hacías la dormida”, a record production in which this classic was the second single.
The authors of the song are Amaia Montero and Xabi San Martín, as well as Pablo Benegas.
In the song interpreted by Amaia Montero she expressed:
“And in the moment I saw your gaze looking for my face,
The early morning of January 20th leaving the train,
I wondered what I would be without you for the rest of my life,
And since then I love you, I adore you and I love you again.”
Every year social networks are flooded with phrases, publications and memes that talk about January 20.
Amaia Montero herself, who has not been part of the group for years, published a tweet on January 20,2020 in which she made reference to the date: “the early morning of January 20 leaving the train”.
His publication quickly surpassed 22 thousand retweets and accumulated more than 57 thousand likes. Currently the message cannot be seen because the Basque singer deleted her twitter user after an argument with her former band.
CURIOSITIES OF 20 de enero
Some people have voted through social networks for January 20 to be named the National Day of La Oreja de Van Gogh.