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Paulina Rubio's Best Songs to Celebrate Pride Month: Critic's Picks
Paulina Rubio has always stood for human rights, especially for the gay community. Her songs always become hymns for the community, since her lyrics are about love and spite, equality, and even saying goodbye to a toxic relationship.
Also, during her career, Paulina Rubio has felt the love of all her fans, regardless of their sexual preferences. In fact, she has also frequently returned the love, as she recently did via Twitter by announcing that she also celebrates the pride month.
To celebrate Pride Month with her music, Billboard compiled the six best Paulina Rubio songs. From "Yo No Soy Esa Mujer" to to her latest single "Desire," enjoy the best pride songs of 'La Chica Dorada.'
”Yo No Soy Esa Mujer”
“Yo no soy esa mujer”, which means "I am not that woman," is about liberty, to be human and to be equal.
“Ni Rosas, Ni Juguetes”
“Ni Rosas, Ni Juguetes” was released in 2006 and belongs to Rubio's Gran City Pop album. The lyric translates to “I don’t want to be with you, and I don’t want anything from you.”
"Desire (Me Tienes Loquita)" (with Nacho)
“Desire” is Paulina Rubio’s latest song in collaboration with Venezuelan singer/songwriter Nacho. It takes you back to Paulina’s old-school songs.
“El último adios”
“El Ultimo Adios,” translated to “The Last Goodbye,” became an anthem in 2000. The song mixes pop and mariachi sounds.
"Te Quise Tanto”
“Te Quise Tanto” is part of the Pau-latina album, and was released in 2004. It means "I used to love you."
"Lo Haré Por Ti"
Released in 2000, “Lo Hare Por Ti” describe the feeling when you are deeply in love.