Learning Spanish? Singing songs in Spanish might help with your quest. Singing can support the acquisition of vocabulary and fluency. Using music utilizes both hemispheres of the brain, which may aid memory. And, of course, the best reason of all: It's fun! Study the words, and sing each song many times, until you know it very well. You will then be able to use the words and phrases in other contexts. The songs in this collection come from all over the Spanish speaking world. More songs will be added to this list as time goes on, so check back.

 Ayer tuve un balón, an educational song to conjugate Tener

La Bamba, traditional song of Veracruz, Mexico

Preguntas y respuestas, por Patti Lozano

Aprender a volar, por Patricia Sosa  (Argentina)

Un Beso y una Flor, por Nino Bravo  (Spain)

 Ojalá que llueva café, por Juan Luis Guerra  (Dominican Republic)

 Pasos de gigante, por Bacilo 

 Adoro, por Armando Manzanero  (Mexico)

 La cigarra, se realiza por Linda Ronstadt

Mi novia se me esta poniendo vieja, por Ricardo Arjona  (Guatemala)

Despacito (pop versión), por Luis Fonsi  (Puerto Rico)