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"Ya Ves" (Template:Lang-en) is a song by Mexican-American Tejano pop singer Selena. It was released as the third single from her album Ven Conmigo (1990). The song was written and produced by Pete Astudillo, A.B. Quintanilla III, Brain "Red" Moore, and Abraham Quintanilla Jr[1]. It was released in the United States for the Tejano and Contemporary Latin radios, while becoming a promotional single in the United States and Mexico. Ya Ves was the opening track for Ven Conmigo.

Lyrically, the song describes a woman who was abandoned by her boyfriend. She tells him that her feelings for him are gone and how he, all along, wanted it to happen. She also confess that he betrayed and hurt her, emotionally. "Ya Ves" was among the three AMG pick tracks, and never charted on any music chart. It was covered by Tejano-artists Bobby Pulido and Jay Perez during the benefit concert, Selena ¡VIVE! in April 2005.

Lyric content Edit

Lyrically, the song is about a woman whose ex-boyfriend abandoned her. She then tells him how her feelings for him are gone and how he wanted their break-up to happen by betraying and hurting her, emotionally.

Critical reception and chart performance Edit

"Ya Ves" was among the three AMG pick tracks, along behind Baila Esta Cumbia and No Quiero Saber.[2] "Ya Ves" never shared any positions on any music charts around the world.

Track listing Edit

U.S. Promo Single
  1. "Ya Ves" - 3:13
Mexico Promo Single
  1. "Ya Ves" - 3:13
  2. "La Tracalera" - 2:55

Credits and personnel Edit

Credits are taken from the album's liner notes.[3]

Release history Edit

Country Date Format
United States December 16, 1990 Latin Pop, Tejano and rhythmic radios
Mexico CD single
Germany[4] August 1, 2002 Digital download
United Kingdom[5]
France[6] August 27, 2002
Japan[7] April 10, 2007

Covers Edit

"Ya Ves" was covered by both Bobby Pulido and Jay Perez during the benefit concert, Selena ¡VIVE!.[8]

See also Edit

References Edit

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