Sergio Dalma - Si te vas

Sergio Dalma has premiered the video for “Si te vas”, a song that belong to his new album “Cadore 33″.

“Si te vas” is the first single from their new album, available for the month of November.

Watch the video below and tell us what you think!.

Tú me miras yo me quedo quieto
Esperando que empieces a hablar
Se muy bien lo que ahora viene y duele
Yo miro para otro lado intentando disimular
Dices que ya no tiene sentido
Que hace tiempo que esto terminó
Que no existe ya ningún motivo
Para andar fingiendo algo que hace tiempo terminó
Si te vas…
Me quedo callado
Te miro a la cara
Y ya no puedo respirar
Si te vas
No vuelvas a mirar atrás
Si te vas
Yo no voy a esperar
Si te vas
No vuelvas a buscarme
Como ya lo hiciste antes
Yo ya no estaré
Si te vas…
Tu sigues hablando y haces daño
Yo ya no te quiero escuchar más
Siempre dando vueltas a lo mismo
Si se acaba que termine ya de golpe y se acabó
Tú me miras yo me quedo quieto
Quién lo hubiera dicho miranos
Donde se acabó lo que sentias
Dime donde te guardaste todo aquello dimeló
Si te vas
Me quedo callado
Te miro a la cara
Y ya no puedo respirar
Si te vas
No vuelvas a mirar atrás
Si te vas
Yo no voy a esperar
Si te vas
No vuelvas a buscarme
Como ya lo hiciste antes
Yo ya no estaré
Si te vas….
Voy a ponertelo facil
Si es lo que tiene que ser
Y te vas
Si te vas
No vuelvas a mirar atrás
Si te vas
Yo no voy a esperar
Si te vas
No vuelvas a buscarme
Como ya lo hiciste antes
Yo ya no estaré
Si te vas….

Sergio Dalma in 2011.

Josep Sergi Capdevila Querol (Sabadell, Barcelona, September 28, 1964),[1] professionally known as Sergio Dalma, is one of the best-selling recording artists in Spain.

Professional career

Sergio Dalma started his career singing in bands and performing in choral groups until he won the TV program "Gent d'aqui", in the Catalan station of TVE, which won him a regular contract to sing in the Shadows night-club in Barcelona.[2] Dalma signed with the record company Horus.

In 1989, Sergio Dalma released his first album, Esa Chica es Mía,. The title song was released as his first single. The song, a pop-rock ballad, became a success in Ibero-America, reaching the the charts in Spain, Mexico, Chile, Argentina and other Latin American countries. The album was certified Platinum in Spain and other countries in 1990.[3][4]

Sintiéndonos la Piel followed in 1991. That same year, he was chosen to represent Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Bailar pegados." He finished in fourth place, and the single proved to be his international breakthrough and introduced him to Latin audiences in the United States, the song peaked at No. 6 on the U.S. Hot Latin Tracks and became a number one hit in several countries of Ibero-America.[5]

One year later, he released Adivina, which reached No. 1 in the Spanish charts and featured the single "Ave Lucía". He later recorded for Polygram and Universal. His 2010 album, Via Dalma, became one of the biggest hits in his career, spending 10 weeks at No. 1 in Spain and earning six-times platinum certification. His 2011 followup, Via Dalma II, also reached No. 1 and was certified quadruple platinum. His 2013 album, Cadore 33, also topped the chart in Spain, thus becoming Dalma's fifth consecutive album to reach No. 1 on the national chart, excluding compilations. [6]

In June, 2014, he announced plans to celebrate the 25th anniversary of his debut recording with a concert scheduled on Sept. 20, 2014, at the Plaza del Toros in Madrid. The show will be filmed for DVD release and recorded for a CD. [7]

Dalma has performed in Spanish throughout his career, but has also recorded in Catalan, Italian and French.

Personal life

Sergio Dalma married Maribel Sanz on 22 February 1994. His only son, Sergio, was born on 18 August 1995.[2] The couple later divorced, and Maribel became, for a while, a regular of celebrity magazines and TV programs.


  • Esa Chica es Mía (Horus, 1989)
  • Sintiéndonos la Piel (Horus, 1991) #3 Spain
  • Adivina (Horus 1992) #1 Spain
  • Sólo Para Ti (Polygram, 1994) #6 Spain
  • Cuerpo a Cuerpo (Polygram, 1995) #4 Spain
  • En Concierto (Polygram, 1996) #24 Spain
  • Historias Normales (Polygram, 1998) #4 Spain
  • Nueva Vida (Universal, 2001) #12 Spain
  • De Otro Color (Universal, 2003)
  • Todo Lo Que Quieres (Universal, 2005) #4 Spain
  • A Buena Hora (Universal, 2008) #1 Spain Platinum
  • Trece (Universal, 2010) #1 Spain Platinum
  • Via Dalma (Warner, 2010) #1 Spain 6xPlatinum
  • Via Dalma II (Warner, 2011) #1 Spain 4xPlatinum
  • Cadore 33 (Warner, 2013) #1 Spain Platinum


  • De Colección (Polygram, 1994)
  • Lo Mejor de Sergio Dalma 1989-2004 (Universal, 2004) #1 Spain
  • Todo Via Dalma (Warner, 2012) #19 Spain
  • T'estimo[A] (Universal, 2013) #23 Spain
  • A. ^ T'estimo is a collection of Dalma's Catalan-language recordings.


  1. ^ Alonso, César (2012). Los Tesoros de Sergio Dalma. Libros Cupula. pp. 11, 117, 133. ISBN 978-84-480-0571-9. 
  2. ^ a b Sergio Dalma - Yahoo! Corazón
  3. ^ "SERGIO DALMA - Biografía" (in spanish). Retrieved 2014-01-31. 
  4. ^ "SERGIO DALMA" (in spanish). Retrieved 2014-01-31. 
  5. ^ "SERGIO DALMA - Artist Biography by Drago Bonacich - Awards". Retrieved 2014-01-31. 
  6. ^ "". Retrieved 20 December 2013. 
  7. ^ "Sergio Dalma celebrará sus 25 años de carrera el 20 de septiembre en Las Ventas." Madrid Actual. June 30, 2014.
  8. ^ Salaverri, Fernando (2005). Sólo Éxitos 1959-2002: Año a Año. Melvin Producciones. ISBN 84-8048-639-2.  |accessdate= requires |url= (help)

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Preceded by
Azúcar Moreno
with "Bandido"
Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
Serafín Zubiri
with "Todo esto es la música"
Name Dalma, Sergio
Alternative names
Short description Spanish singer
Date of birth September 28, 1964
Place of birth
Date of death
Place of death

Sergio Dalma - Valladolid - 10 marzo 2012


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