What Is Colitas
What does colitis mean in the song Telecalia de las Aguiless? (I do not speak English)?
According to Don Henley, the strong aroma of the pendants is related to the stalks, a desert flower with a warm, reddish scent. However, the next spell is the plant coleslaw, which has no distinct aroma.
According to Irving Azov (Eagle Management)
... When he wrote the telecalia song by Don Henley and Glenn Free, the Mexican-American road manager changed the word colitas to "buds".
Colitis are short-tailed, but here we refer to other colas, - at the end of the HH where it is important and with the most juice - it says the best part of the leaf.
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The meaning of
Colitis is the feminine combination of Spanish cola, cola. The tail is short, but here we point to the other tail, where the tip of an inch falls more and contains more juice (it is said to be the best part of the leaf).
Eagle Management, 2010 Irving Izov: In 1976, while writing the song Til Kalia by MM Hunley and Free, Colitz's word was translated by his Mexican-American manager as a bit of a cocoon.
Colitis are not desert flowers or plants of any kind. You spelled it. When Don Henley and Glenn Free wrote the song, a Spanish-speaking friend told them that colitas really meant small buds, like plant buds. This is the reference they made. In the original translation, the word means short tail.