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NEW SPANISH TWO-STEP (Tommy Duncan / Bob Wills) Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys (vocal: Tommy Duncan) - 1946 Also recorded by: Hank Snow; Chet Atkins; Bill Boyd. Down below the Rio Grande, A senorita held my hand And sweetly sang an old melody Without a worry or a care A rose she gave me from her hair Then she whispered, "Si, Senor, si, si" In a cabaret we danced the hours away Her eyes told more than words dare could say I told her I had to go Left her down in Mexico The band played Spanish Two-Step soft and low (Instrumental Break) I told her I had to go Left her down in Mexico The band played Spanish Two-Step soft and low (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - June 2003)

    


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