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EX-SANTA FEAN, by            
First Line: So, caballero, you go now?
Last Line: For that town of santa fe.
Subject(s): Sante Fe, New Mexico


So, Caballero, you go now?
Perhaps you come back some day
And tell me, amigo mio,
How it is in Santa Fe?
Las' year I live there in the valley
On the edge of the ol' ciudad.
Now I herd my sheep and remember
That swell good times I had.
I had life and wine and singing --
A new sweetheart every day.
I think all the devils envy me
For that fun in Santa Fe.
Is the grass now green in the plaza?
The flowers -- do they bloom this spring?
And the senoritas' laughter,
Does it still have that same sweet ring?
You will be there my frien', for fiesta.
Think one little thought -- I pray --
For a lonely exile, longing
For that town of Santa Fe.





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