I know
You
know every
desperado
and
Sharp Shooter
In the
West
You say that
I can't
see behind
The mask
of those
who call
themselves
The Good Guys
in this
who take
and
take "so are
you with
Me or not
you say
this time
decide"

Balmy days
sweet sangria
she's been gone
have you seen
her
señorita
shyly turning
away
leaving me
our
fading
flame

Yeah you think
about that

What you Believe
in
It matters
now
to you and me

What you believe
in
I'm
Takin' in
I said
I'm
Takin' in
What you
Believe in
it matters
now
to you and
me

Before sundown
the Mexicans
leave

San Antone
the car
will then
Drop him at
the Border
the breaking
point
I know
Your people
have suffered
time and time
again
But what about
I ask you
now
the
innocents
on
both
sides

Balmy days
sweet sangria
she's been gone
have you seen
her
señorita
shyly turning
away
leaving me
your
fading flame
Yeah you think about that

What you
Believe in
It matters
now
to you
and
me
so
you give me
a no Window
I ask you,
give me
a Bloodless
Road
Tell me
Why does
Someone have to
lose?







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Sweet Sangria song meanings
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    General CommentThere's a link with the Scarlet's Walk song: The idea of the narrator chasing after Scarlet, who (according to a quote from Neil Gaiman) could be a woman, but could be a trail of blood ("I ask you, give me a bloodless road..."), or it could be the land. Remember that the native Americans were also referred to as "red Indians." Sangria's a blood-red wine punch. This song needs more thought...
    Yubi Shineson December 05, 2007   Link

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