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Working in fields with the sweat on my brow gets so lonely
Until i think about my senorita back at home
This week i'll have enough cash to buy clothes for my children
Workin all day in fields to bring it all back home.(I am a prisoner)

I live to see the day
He comes upon a horse
I live to see the day he comes for me (I live to see the day he comes for me)

They drive and the sneer in their Mercedes Benz its one hundred
Like I'm some pet who is there just to bring them their roses (I am a prisoner)
I spent a year living in an old van with no engine
I do it all for my senorita down in Mexico (I am a prisoner)

I live to see the day she comes upon a horse
I live to see the day she comes for me (I am a prisoner)
I live to see the day she comes upon a horse
I live to see the day she comes for me (I live to see the day)

I am a prisoner

Im losing my mind
I am losing sense of my manhood
I cannot find the shade to cool my anger down
My first son jesus was born under a bridge around Broadway
He's living with a senorita down in mexico (I am a prisoner)

I live to see the day she comes upon a horse
I live to see the day she comes for me (I am a prisoner)
I live to see the day she comes upon a horse
I live to see the day she comes for me


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    General CommentIt's romantic that he is working in 100 degree heat on a farm for the proverbial 'evil white-man' to send money home to his senorita, but when he paints himself as a martyr and a "prisoner", that completely trivializes his gesture... When you're suffering for your lover, suck it up and don't bitch about it by calling yourself a 'prisoner'. Otherwise, you're a douche, not a hero. This song isn't romantic, it's pathetic... Either that, or it's a satire or a parody... Either way, it's got a pretty good melody...
    furi kurisuon July 30, 2007   Link

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