"Soy de San Luis" as written by and Jimenez....
Por Dios santos, que no vuelvo a Texas, ni por la feria, Flaco.

Voy ya cantar estos versos, aunque yo no soy de aqui,
yo soy puro Mejicano, soy de San Luis Potosí.
Caminando y caminando he llegado a San Antonio,
me encontre muy buen trabajo y tambien con el demonio.

Found me a little Tejanita and I fell in love with her.
She was so bonita and I had to marry her.
Then she took off to Laredo, and she called me from Nuevo León,
She said: Send me some more money, so I can come back home.

Ya me voy para mi tierra, aunque pobre es mi nación,
pero si, les aseguro, que alla manda el pantalón.
Ahí les dejo a mi Tejana, no la pude soportar,
hay que la toree el diablo, a ver, si el la puede aguantar.

Now I'm back in my homeland, back where I was born.
One thing I know for sure now, many wear the Pantalóns.
Left her in old San Antonio, 'cause I could not afford her.
Hay que la toree el diablo, a ver, si el la puede aguantar.
She belongs to el diablo, he can have her, I don't want her any more.


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"Soy de San Luis" as written by Santaigo Jr. Jimenez

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