It starts playing at a party or on the radio “Querida” by Juan Gabriel and it’s impossible not to start singing at the top of your lungs “Darling, tell me when you, tell me when you, tell me when you are coming back, aha!”. It is undoubtedly one of the artist’s most emblematic songs and also one of the most controversial.
You wonder what is controversial about this song. As it turns out, a few years ago it began to comment on social networks that the letter has a subliminal message related to the devil.
Many say that by turning the song backwards, it can be perfectly heard that it says: Come, Satan, Beelzebub, give me voice and love, give me voice and love. Come, I’ll look for you and I’ll hear you “.
Did Juan Gabriel sell his soul to the devil?
In the 1980s, when the career of Juan Gabriel In Tijuana, many began to question how the singer was achieving so much fame and recognition in such a short time.
It was then that some were encouraged to affirm that all his success was due to the fact that he had sold his soul to the devil.
It is for this reason that from time to time in the ’90s he released “Querida”, and the alleged subliminal message was discovered, for many it was evident that everything that had been said so far about “The Divo de Juárez” and his relationship with Satan.
The true meaning of “Dear”
There are two versions in relation to the theme that enshrined this singer worldwide. Some say that he wrote it in memory of his mother, Victoria Valadez Rojas, as well as other songs such as “Hasta que te met”, “Lágrimas y Lluvia” and “Mis Ojos Tristes”.
Although biographers are encouraged to say that he actually composed it for one of his great loves: Joaquín Muñoz, his former manager, whom he met at the Noa Noa bar and where they became great friends.
The reality is that we will never know for sure who he thought of as he was inspired to create such a beautiful song with which he crossed borders and reached all corners of the planet.
What’s your favorite song by Juan Gabriel? Do you think there was a hidden meaning behind his lyrics?