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    Coldplay's Oracle updates us on Latin American fans and Don Quixote/Spanish Rain

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    March 2, 2010 - submitted by Tamara, Argentina

    Q. Dear Oracle I would like to know what did Chris feel when he saw so many fans at the hotel in Buenos Aires?? We felt like we touched the sky with our hands, it was so beautiful!!! Thanks for answer me!

    The Oracle replies:

    Yesterday Chris was saying how amazing it is to see so many fans and if it wasn't for those fans the band wouldn't be doing what they do or be in the wonderful position of travelling to these amazing countries. It is very touching to see so many and their reactions to a brief moment of glimpsing the band off stage. The sheer tears of joy makes even the toughest of us feel quite emotional!

    March 2, 2010 - submitted by Lola, Argentina

    Q. Hi there! I would really appreciate it if you could tell me the lyrics for Don Quixote. I think I understood most of them, but I'm not quite sure... we loved the song, thank you so much! I still can't believe I was there at your show, it was amazing. By the way, when we sang "ole, ole, ole...", we didn't just say "ole", we said: "ole, ole, ole, ole, coldplay, Coldplay" I don't know if you understood it, because in your song you just sang "ole". Well, thank you so much for coming, it was one of the best nights of my life! Hope you had a good time too :) Cheers. Lola. P.S.: sorry for my English, still learning!

    The Oracle replies:

    Yeah we were pretty impressed that some fans were singing that even before the first show started which means it could be heard during the soundcheck. We heard the change at the end as in fact that's what's being chanted outside the hotels! I could hear it from my room last night...


    March 2, 2010 - submitted by Natalia, Argentina

    Q. Hi mighty Oracle on tour! First of all, thank you (and by these I mean all Coldplay peolple, crew, band, everyone) so much for the amazing show in Buenos Aires, by far the best concert I've been in. Ok, here's the question: can you give us the lyrics from the Don Quixote song? Because singing the "oleee olee ole oleee"s was so much fun (in the Spanish way, of course), I want to learn the whole song (and I'm sure lots of people want this too). Please, dear Oracle? Have fun touring :) Love from Argentina.

    The Oracle replies:

    I haven't seen a copy of the lyrics just yet. Lyrics to songs are added to the site's lyric section when released so it's not usual to publish them until that point. What I can tell you is that Don Quixote is now known as its former name Spanish Rain. Given the weather at both shows so far Latin American Rain would have been just as fitting!!




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