President Andrés Manuel López Obrador He shared on his social networks the video of a song titled “This will happen”, written by his wife, Beatriz Gutiérrez Müller and interpreted by Eugenia León on the challenges that Mexico faces before the coronavirus pandemic.
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The president stressed that it was a “great remote job” of musicians who did it from their homes.
“‘This will happen’. That is the name of the song that Eugenia León sent me and that I share with you. All the musicians did a great remote job, as it is used now, from home ”, wrote López Obrador through his Twitter account.
The video lasts for three minutes and two seconds.
In it you can see everyday images, children playing, others playing in a small orchestra, families, Mexican workers, moments as simple and significant as sharing a cake, places as emblematic as Xochimilco, to the flyers of Papantla, volcanoes and even the wave of the Mexican flag.
The lyrics of the song highlight that “The fear of today tomorrow will be temperance, the crying will be hope and evolution, we are on hiatus but love is advancing, in desolate times inside we grow flowers and compassion. This will happen, this will happen, we have the sky intact and the storm will end, this will happen this will happen, it is only a matter of time the music in silence will be reborn “
The video was published shortly after 9:00 p.m. on Thursday April 9 and before midnight it had thousands of reactions and reproductions.
With information from Televisa News.