"En el muelle de San Blas" as written by Jose Fernando Emilio Olvera Sierra and Alejandro Gonzalez Trujillo....
Ella despidió a su amor
El partió en un barco
En el muelle de san blás
El juró que volvería
Y empapada en llanto ella juró que esperaría
Miles de lunas pasaron y siempre estaba en el muelle
Esperando
Muchas tardes se anidaron
Se anidaron en su pelo y en sus labios

Llevaba el mismo vestido y por si él volviera
No se fuera a equivocar los cangrejos le mordían
Su ropaje su tristeza y su ilusión

Y el tiempo escurrió y sus ojos se le llenaron
De amaneceres
Y del mar se enamoró
Y su cuerpo se enraizó
En el muelle

Sola, sola en el olvido
Sola, sola con su espíritu
Sola, con su amor el mar
Sola, en el muelle de san blás

Su cabello se blanqueó
Pero ningún barco
A su amor le devolvía
Y en el pueblo le decían
Le decían la loca
Del muelle de san blás
Una tarde de abril
La intentaron trasladar al manicomio
Nadie la pudo arrancar
Y del mar nunca jamás
La separaron

Sola, sola en el olvido
Sola, sola con su espíritu
Sola, con su amor el mar
Sola, en el muelle de san blás

Sola, sola en el olvido
Sola, sola con su espíritu
Sola, sola con el sol y el mar
Oh sola

Sola en el olvido
Sola, sola con su espíritu
Sola, con su amor el mar
Sola, en el muelle de san blás

Se quedó, se quedó sola, sola
Se quedó, se quedó
Con el sol y con el mar
Se quedó ahí se quedó hasta el fin
Se quedó ahí
Se quedó

En el muelle de san blás

Oh

Sola, sola se quedó
Oh


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"En el Muelle de San Blas" as written by Jose Fernando Emilio Olvera Sierra Alejandro Gonzalez Trujillo

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    General Commentantoher great song that talks about a story in real life. theres a wharf in Mazatlan, and when Fher visited that place he was told about an elderly women whos love of her life left in a boat.and she promise to wait for him and he promise to return. but time pass days months years decades. he never return but she every other day shell go and wait for him and the wharf of san blas.and it just talks about this story.
    wanna play this song its Em-A-D-G
    therulooftodayon January 10, 2006   Link
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    General CommentEsta cancion es preciosa pero bien triste. Me recuerda a la cancion de Joan Manuel Serrat, Penélope.
    sugar magnoliaon January 07, 2007   Link
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    General CommentAmazing story, but I have heard of one young German woman falling for a married Mexican and staying foolishly faithful. The Mana wharf and the Serrat train station songs may have been inspired in part by a real event, and maybe also influenced by the legendary aspect of Florence Martus' life.

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    juanrobertson March 07, 2007   Link
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    General CommentPues si la cancion es un poco triste pero la melodia es hermosa y la historia muchismo mas.
    Es de admirar todo lo que se puede hacer por el amor y lo mucho que uno se puedo entregar a una persona... tanto que ella entrego cuerpo y espiritu siempre con la esperanza de volverlo a ver
    kaR!naon July 14, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI love this song mana is a great band, the song speaks for itself
    beddyon August 30, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI love this song mana is a great band, the song speaks for itself
    beddyon August 30, 2007   Link
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    General Commentactually mana was in puerto vallarta not mazatlan when he heard the story of this women
    she was a very beautiful women and she went to visit her aunt
    thats when she fell in love
    it was her first true love
    they were engaged when he decided to north
    he promised he'd come back for her so they could get married
    Every Sunday she would go to the wharf and wait for that boat that took her love
    she would sleep at the beach
    crabs eating up her dress
    her legs bitten by the crabs
    she would roam the streets telling everyone that her love arrived Sunday
    everyone in San blas would call her crazy
    she was abused while sleeping sometimes even drugged thats why she was crazy
    but no matter what she was at the wharf waiting for her love that never came back for her
    she would always wear her white dress she said she would always wait for him so in that dress he wouldn't miss her
    the song is great oh and if u guys didnt know a couple of thebmembers of mana have houses in puerto vallarta
    lexi527on February 27, 2009   Link

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