Witchqueen of Eldorado

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"Witchqueen of Eldorado"
Song by Modern Talking
from the album America
Language English
Published  Germany 17 March 2001
Recorded 2000-2001
Genre Synthpop
Length 3:55
Label Hansa Records
Songwriter(s) Dieter Bohlen
Producer(s) Dieter Bohlen
Axel Breitung

Witchqueen of Eldorado is a song from the Modern Talking tenth album, America, from 2001. The song was not released as a single, but highly charted in the Chile, Peru, Argentina, Brazil, Japan, Europe, South Africa, United States, Canada and Australia radios.

The song references the Incan culture and to one of the most known myths of South America: El Dorado.

The song samples Robert De Niro voice, saying:

Dreams are flying like an eagle to the Orinoco flow, from the desert of El Dorado to the east coast, yes, I know

The song is very similar to Rednex's The Spirit of the Hawk.[1]



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