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Rochester, New York
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Trying to find a song!

We are recently back from the Punta Cana Princess, and desperately trying to find a song that was somewhat slow, with the words "Boom Boom" and then Spanish, and then "Boom Boom" again...it is not the Taqui Taqui song, and that unfortunately us all I have to go off of! Any help would be appreciated!

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1. Re: Trying to find a song!

Do you think it is this?

www.youtube.com/watch?v=QlPS16NeBO0

Copy and paste if the link doesn't work

Saint John, Canada
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2. Re: Trying to find a song!

Good luck I spent almost a week last year nailing down a song from the pool side ....

Rochester, New York
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3. Re: Trying to find a song!

Unfortunately, no....thanks though!

Santa Rosa Beach...
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4. Re: Trying to find a song!

Boom Boom Chayanne maybe...

Baltimore, Maryland
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5. Re: Trying to find a song!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFmF_vwVumo

Rochester, New York
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6. Re: Trying to find a song!

No, unfortunately it's not Cheyenne...thanks though....it has a deep voice repeating Boom Boom twice, then it goes into what I believe is Spanish...

Rochester, New York
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7. Re: Trying to find a song!

Raoul, thanks for trying, but this isn't it either...

hilton head, sc
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8. Re: Trying to find a song!

Could it have been "Pum Pum"? There's a song by El General called "Tu Pum Pum."

There's also one by Peter Manjarres called "El Pum Pum" -- it's a merengue, so you may have heard it in the DR, but it doesn't have the phrasing that you describe.

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9. Re: Trying to find a song!

Hi, have you tried to email the PCP? Type Attn: Joel Rodriguez, Director of Entertainment in the subject line, he is a super guy and may be able to help you.

Sue

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10. Re: Trying to find a song!

You could always hope that someone at the resort has the shazam ap and uses it to find out what the track is.