Carolina Gaitán, Mauro Castillo, Adassa, Rhenzy Feliz, Diane Guerrero & Stephanie Beatriz – We Don’t Talk About Bruno (Audio, Lyrics)

Carolina Gaitán, Mauro Castillo, Adassa, Rhenzy Feliz, Diane Guerrero & Stephanie Beatriz - We Don’t Talk About Bruno (prod. Mike Elizondo & Lin-Manuel Miranda)

From the Encanto movie, comes this Colombian Cha-Cha-style “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” song by Carolina Gaitán, Mauro Castillo, Adassa, Rhenzy Feliz, Diane Guerrero & Stephanie Beatriz. The song was produced by Mike Elizondo & Lin-Manuel Miranda. Listen, stream, buy, read the lyrics, mp3 download.

Carolina Gaitán, Mauro Castillo, Adassa, Rhenzy Feliz, Diane Guerrero & Stephanie Beatriz We Don’t Talk About Bruno
Carolina Gaitán, Mauro Castillo, Adassa, Rhenzy Feliz, Diane Guerrero & Stephanie Beatriz We Don’t Talk About Bruno

This Colombian Cha-Cha-style song includes the Madrigal Family warning Mirabel not to mention her uncle Bruno, who has the gift of telling prophecy. Since his sometimes troubling prophecies come true, he is the mysterious outcast of the family.

Carolina Gaitán, Mauro Castillo, Adassa, Rhenzy Feliz, Diane Guerrero & Stephanie Beatriz – We Don’t Talk About Bruno (prod. Mike Elizondo & Lin-Manuel Miranda)

Lyrics

[Verse 1: Carolina Gaitán & Mauro Castillo, Both]
We don’t talk about Bruno, no, no, no
We don’t talk about Bruno, but
It was my wedding day
It was our wedding day
We were getting ready
And there wasn’t a cloud in the sky
No clouds allowed in the sky
Bruno walks in with a mischievous grin
Thunder
You’re telling the story or am I?
I’m sorry, mi vida, go on
Bruno says, “It looks like rain”
Why did he tell us?
In doing so, he floods my brain
Abuela gets the umbrellas
Married in a hurricane
What a joyous day but anyway
We don’t talk about Bruno, no, no, no
We don’t talk about Bruno

[Verse 2: Adassa, Rhenzy Feliz, Carolina Gaitán & Rhenzy Feliz]
Hey, grew to live in fear of Bruno stuttering or stumbling
I can always hear him sort of muttering and mumbling
I associate him with the sound of falling sand, ch-ch-ch
It’s a heavy lift with a gift so humbling
Always left Abuela and the family fumbling
Grappling with prophecies they couldn’t understand
Do you understand?
A seven-foot frame, rats along his back
When he calls your name, it all fades to black
Yeah, he sees your dreams and feasts on your screams (Hey)
We don’t talk about Bruno, no, no, no (No, no)
We don’t talk about Bruno (We don’t talk about Bruno)

[Verse 3: All, Townsperson 1, TP 2 & TP 3]
He told me my fish would die, the next day, dead
No, no
He told me I’d grow a gut and just like he said
No, no
He said that all my hair would disappear, now, look at my head
No, no
Your fate is sealed when your prophecy is read

[Bridge: Diane Guerrero, Olga Merediz & Adassa]
He told me that the life of my dreams
Would be promised, and someday be mine
He told me that my power would grow
Like the grapes that thrive on the vine
Oye, Mariano’s on his way
He told me that the man of my dreams
Would be just out of reach
Betrothed to another
It’s like I hear him, now
Hey sis, I want not a sound out of you
It’s like I can hear him now, I can hear him now

[Post-Bridge: Stephanie Beatriz, Rhenzy Feliz, Olga Merediz & Diane Guerrero]
Um, Bruno
Yeah, about that Bruno
I really need to know about Bruno
Give me the truth and the whole truth, Bruno
Isabela, your boyfriend’s here
Time for dinner

[Verse 4]
[Rhenzy Feliz] A seven-foot frame, rats along his back
[Carolina Gaitán] It was my wedding day
[Mauro Castillo] It was our wedding day
[Diane Guerrero] He told me that the life of my dreams
[Adassa] Grew to live in fear of Bruno stuttering or stumbling
When he calls your name it all fades to black
[Carolina Gaitán] We were getting ready and there wasn’t a cloud in the sky
[Mauro Castillo] No clouds allowed in the sky
[Diane Guerrero] Would be promised and some day be mine
[Adassa] I can always hear him sort of muttering and mumbling
I associate him with the sound of falling sand, ch-ch-ch
[Rhenzy Feliz] Yeah, he sees your dreams
[Carolina Gaitán] Bruno walks in with a mischievous grin
[Diane Guerrero] He told me that my power would grow
[Adassa] It’s a heavy lift with a gift so humbling
[Rhenzy Feliz] And feasts on your screams
[Mauro Castillo] Thunder
[Carolina Gaitán] You’re telling the story or am I?
[Mauro Castillo] I’m sorry, mi vida, go on
[Diane Guerrero] Like the grapes that thrive on the vine, on the vine
[Adassa] Always left Abuela and the family fumbling
Grappling with prophecies they couldn’t understand
Do you understand?
[Olga Merediz] Oye, Mariano’s on his way
[Carolina Gaitán] Bruno says, “It looks like rain”
[Mauro Castillo] Why did he tell us?
[Rhenzy Feliz] Seven-foot frame, rats along his back
[Diane Guerrero] He told me that the life of my dreams would be promised and someday be mine
[Adassa] He told me that the man of my dreams would be just out of reach
[Carolina Gaitán] In doing so, he floods my brain
[Mauro Castillo] Abuela gets the umbrella
[Rhenzy Feliz] When he calls your name it all fades to black
[Adassa] Betrothed to another, another
[Carolina Gaitán] Married in a hurricane
[Mauro Castillo] What a gorgeous day
[Adassa] And I’m fine, and I’m fine, and I’m fine, I’m fine

[Outro: All & Stephanie Beatriz]
He’s here
Don’t talk about Bruno, no
Why did I talk about Bruno?
Not a word about Bruno
I never should have brought up Bruno

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