Muérdete La Lengua (Bite Your Tongue) is the debut album by American-born Chileansinger, songwriter and composerFrancisca Valenzuela. The album was released on June 30, 2007 in Chile for Feria Music Records. The album's first single was "Peces" (Fishes) and was released in 2006. Though "Peces" did not chart, it gained Valenzuela radio play and popularity in Chile. The second and lead single of the album was "Dulce" (Candy). Rolling Stone Chile included the album as number 16 in its "50 Best CDs of 2007" in an international list. In early 2008, the album was certified gold in Chile. In January 2013, it earned platinum certification in Chile for sales of 10,000 copies or more.  The album includes eleven original songs all written and composed by Valenzuela including an English song, called "Queen". In 2008, a deluxe edition was released, which included all ten tracks from the previous release as well as a remix of "Muleta" (Crutche) and a new "Spanglish" song, "No Necesito Mucho" (I Don't Need Much).