"Cenizas" is a popular Spanish-language song performed and made famous by the Mexican singer Javier Solis. The song is originally written in the key of A minor. "Cenizas" was composed by Manuel Esperón and was released in 1959 on Solis' album titled "Javier Solis Canta Canciones de la Película Candelas." Known for his passionate and emotive singing style, Solis became one of the most celebrated singers of Mexican boleros and rancheras. Interestingly, "Cenizas" was extensively featured in the 2019 film "Roma" directed by Alfonso Cuarón. The melody of the song is characterized by its melancholic and poignant tones, perfectly complementing the heartfelt lyrics and Solis' expressive vocal delivery.