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The most popular kind of rumba dance is called Guaguancó, or "the dance of love." The man tries to touch his partner’s thighs while she tries to avoid this happening, attemping to calm his daring advances.
Without giving you an exigesis here is my interpretation of the "clause."


guaguancó- is the flavor, style, charisma and creativity of vocal improvisation in cuban music. It even shows up in Cuban salsa--Celia Cruz was once of the best at "guaguancó", rumba,son, guajira, timba, yoruba, pilón and many others including contemporary Timba.

Cienfuego- the music is hot...always flaming with improvisation with the vocalist sparking or leading the flame which usually spreads to the instrumentalists ...very similar or the same type of improv you hear in american be-bop jazz or gospel music. There is a spiritual and historical significance that incorporates the art of storytelling into the music

To understand the clause you need the first part too: "Ya tu lo ves, mi hermano-- Cienfuegos tiene su guaguancó."

Cienfuegos is a city in Cuba where "guaguancó" is said to have originated. Others believe Matanza is the birth place. Nevertheless, the lyrics suggest in order to get the improv style and hot vitality of guaguancó...you have to go to cienfuego to get it, my brother.

Cienfuegos is a province ( or state) of Cuba. The Clause "Cienfuegos tiene su Guaguanco" means Cienfuegos has its Guaguanco. Cienfuegos is a name and is not translated ( if you did it would be "Hundred- fires" which has no real significance in the Spanish language, other than the fact that it is a name.) Guaguanco is a Jazz-like genre of Cuban Music ( this song is a Guguanco ).


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