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These Vicente Fernandez Lyrics Hurt So Much They Make Our Tíos Break Down Every Time

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These Vicente Fernandez Lyrics Hurt So Much They Make Our Tíos Break Down Every Time

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Forget Drake. Vicente Fernández has been making grown ass men break down with his rancheras y canciones corta venas for over five decades. Whenever a Chente tune comes on, we’re absolutely there with tissues, cold cervezas, and a shoulder to weep on. These are some of Chente’s most intense tunes…

“Por tu maldito amor”

Chente Por Tu Maldito Amor
credit: YouTube / @VicenteFernandezVEVO 

“Y para que quiero la tumba si ya me enteraste en vida”

This track basically sums up how your tío is 50 shades of messed up because he’s heartbroken. Besides, nothing says “eff’ you” like throwing a bottle at Maria’s picture.

“La derrota”

Chente La Derrota
credit: YouTube / @VicenteFernandezVEVO

“Es cara, cara, cara la traición y al fin te la cobraron”

There’s also this tune for when your tío is the one who is harming the relationship. Karma’s a bitch, tío. Karma. Is. A. Bitch.

“Vivir mi desgracia”

“Fue tan solo una ilusión de amor y luego te perdí”

We can relate to tío on this one. ***Feels***

“Sin ti”

“Sin ti no podré vivir jamás, y pensar que nunca más estarás junto a mí”

By the time he hears this, he’s like just pass us the tequila already!

“La diferencia”

Chente La Diferencia
credit: YouTube / @VicenteFernandezVEVO

“Perfectamente sé que no nací yo para ti pero que puedo hacer si ya te quiero”

The go-to karaoke jam for all those tíos who want to throw in the towel.

“La ley del monte”

Chente Ley del Monte
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“Ahora dices que ya no te acuerdas, que nada es cierto, que son palabras”

Oh, so after many dates at la taqueria and endless nights together, you forget about bae?

“Cruz de olvido”

Chente Cruz del Olvido
credit: YouTube / @VicenteFernandezVEVO

“La barca en que me iré lleva una cruz de olvido”

When tío has had enough… bye Felicia!

“Por si no te vuelvo a ver”

“Que aunque viva muy lejos, jamás te olvidare”

***one tequila shot, two tequila shots, three tequila shots***

“María, María”

“Cuando quieras volver a mis brazos curarás para siempre esta herida”

María, bro…

“Estos celos”

Chente estos celos
credit: YouTube / @VicenteFernandezVEVO

“Jamás aprenderé a vivir sin ti”

Like, for real? There are so many fishes in the sea and she’s not la última coca-cola del desierto for you to be so jealous over!

“Aca entre nos”

Chente Aca Entre Nos
credit: YouTube / @10tupapi

“Aca entre nos, quiero que sepas la verdad, no te he dejado de adorar”

Ok das it, tío! Cry all you want at the cantina.

Damn Chente, why you gotta be like that?

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READ: For The Very Last Time, Vicente Fernández Gave His Audience Tequila Tears

What other Chente songs are worth the tears? Let us know in the comments and share this post with your tios!

For The Very Last Time, Vicente Fernández Gave His Audience Tequila Tears

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For The Very Last Time, Vicente Fernández Gave His Audience Tequila Tears

Credit: @_vicentefdez / Instagram

If you’ve never seen Vicente Fernández live in concert, add this to your list of regrets. The Mexican legend gave his final adiós on stage at the Azteca Stadium in Mexico City this past weekend.

That means you’ll never be able to sing along with the ranchera megastar while he sings “Volver volver,” “Hermoso cariño,” or “Las llaves de mi alma” – in person that is. But the fans that were at “An Aztec at the Azteca” concert enjoyed the free concert and Chente singing nonstop without repeating a song, as usual.

Hours before, he said on Twitter:

Credit: @_vicentefdez / Twitter

“I have no words to express all that I feel. I’ll see you in the Azteca!”

Over the past 48 years, Chente became synonymous with Mexican culture. He’s sold 70 million copies, is in 40 movies and even has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Chente had planned to give his big farewell back in 2012, but had to postpone due to medical issues. This past weekend the end finally came and for the last time, he told his fans, “as long as you don’t stop applauding, your Chente won’t stop singing.” #Tequilatears

READ: 9 Reasons You HAVE TO Follow Vicente Fernandez on IG and Snap

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