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​Río de Tenampa

This song is by Rick Trevino.

I sat at a table and wrote a good song,
About eyes as blue as the sea.
Drank down the whisky
And let out a sigh,
And thought of how things used to be.
Children played on the floor near the bar,
With toys made of wood and string.
Lovers kissed and others laughed
As the band would strum and sing.

Habla me Rio de Tenampa
Canta me canciones de valor
En este rincon del cielo
Dejo mi carino y amor

And I passed once a place we'd go,
To escape the heat of the day.
Tell all the stories of good times and bad,
And hear the violins play.

Habla me Rio de Tenampa
Canta me canciones de valor
En este rincon del cielo
Dejo mi carino y amor

Remember the story about a lady on the hill,
Gave roses to an Indian boy,
Ran down to tell eveyone he knew
About his love and his hope and joy.

Rain now falls on a plaza in town,
At a fountain where mariachis sing,
I wonder how long these memories would last,
And dream what tomorrow would bring.

Habla me Rio de Tenampa
Canta me canciones de valor
En este rincon del cielo
Dejo mi carino y amor

Habla me Rio de Tenampa
Canta me canciones de valor
En este rincon del cielo
Dejo mi carino y amor

Written by:

Louis Perez David Hidalgo