Things you learn in Amsterdam spending time with the locals (and the fact that the locals include your Italian expat friend and her very local boyfriend makes it ok): we were on the car going towards Zaanse Schans, the 'above-mentioned' (see yesterday's post) windmills little town, while this song started. I learned that this guy from Norway, a comedian methinks, made a bet with some friends and wrote this song, claiming it would've become a summer hit. Well, it kinda did, at least here (I'm waiting for the time it's gonna come to Italy, maybe I can help pave its way there)! The funny thing about it is that the lyrics are random Spanish words and names put together, as he doesn't speak any Spanish. The funniest thing (to me) is that it sounds more or less like most summer hits in terms of making sense and depth of meaning. So, what's the problem? Let's salsa tequila corazon!