That Spanish Guitar In “Fragile” Feels So Delicate And Definitely Sting!

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Posted by Bridget Fitzgerald in Music on 03/12/2017 3:42pm ET

This song really feels like it deserves to be in a Spanish cafe. No wonder it was released by the artist, Sting, in two different languages: Spanish, “Fragilidad,” and Portuguese, “Fragil.” Of course, we’re talking about Sting’s song “Fragile”. It is a single off the second studio album, “…Nothing Like The Sun.” The beautiful song he says is a tribute to Ben Linder, a civil engineer from America who was killed by the Contras in 1987 while working in Nicaragua. It’s a stark contrast to the A-side of the Spanish single, which was the pairing with “I’m So Happy I Can’t Stop Crying”. Hear the beautiful Spanish guitar in the sweet ode below.

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