“I swear to you, I’m going to find you”, the emotional song of Edén Muñoz before the unfortunate case of Debanhi

A lots of celebrities have expressed their feelings and raised their voices Not only for the unfortunate case of the young student Debanhi Escobarotherwise for all the women who have been murdered and those who are still missing in Mexico. Society is hurt, outraged and upset by the innocent lives that continue to be extinguished.

the singer-songwriter Eden Munoz31 years old and originally from Los Mochis, state of Sinaloa, Mexico, composed the song “I’m going to find you”which emerged after Debanhi was found dead after 13 days of searching.

The former vocalist of the group Caliber 50, stated through his social networks that said song was dedicated with much love and respect, to all the families who long to find their loved ones“and also to all those who yearn to be found”.

In addition, Edén Muñoz expressed being too sensitive about the Debanhi case and about the thousands of people who suffer the same“The only way I can express myself and get all this I feel, is with my music.”

the letter of “I will find you”It’s actually very emotional.

How much silence in the house, I still don’t know about you

Nothing is the same my life, as I need you

Follow your scent in the air, your things intact

I keep looking at your photos and I still don’t lose hope

It’s been hell this time, I don’t know, I don’t know how to live if you’re not here

I’m not giving up, I promised you

I do not lose faith, I want to be at peace, I keep looking for you, I will not rest

I swear to you, I’m going to find you

I miss you my love and when we see each other again, we will rest.

The actress Sherlyn reacted to this composition of Eden Munoz: “what a beautiful song, I wish it was just a song and not the reality we live daily in our country.”

Debanhi Susana Escobar Bazaldúa, 18 years old, disappeared on April 9 at kilometer 15.5 of the highway from Monterrey to Nuevo Laredo, in front of the Nueva Castilla motel, in the state of Nuevo León, Mexico, after having attended a party. It is worth mentioning that this street is called “the highway of terror”, due to the cases of kidnappings and forced disappearances registered in it.

The case shocked the country the viral image of Debanhi abandoned on the road and for the search for the young woman’s father, Mario Escobar, who denounced that his “daughter is dead by incompetent people, by sexual harassers,” and denounced the flaws in the investigation by the Nuevo León Prosecutor’s Office.

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13 days later, Debanhi’s body was found inside an abandoned cistern, in the Nueva Castilla motel, a few meters from the place where he disappeared. “My daughter is dead, and I don’t know what to do,” said his father.