Bye Mamá

Bye Mamá is the debut album by Mexican iconic rock singer Alejandra Guzmán. It was released in 1988.

The song, "Bye Mamá", is loosely based on Guzmán's childhood. It talks about the star life of her mother, Silvia Pinal, and how she was not there most of the time when she was growing up. When her mother first heard the song, she was furious at her daughter and did not talk to her for some time. The Song La Plaga was originally sung by Alejandra's Father Enrique Guzmán and is a spanish cover of Good Golly Miss Molly

The song, "Pablo", was dedicated to Guzman's husband at the time.

Read more about Bye Mamá:  Track Listing, Singles

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