"She Finally Spoke Spanish to Me" as written by and Butch Hancock....
Waiting for the train to France
I hung my head in shame
Feeling for all purposes like a
Man without a name
Adios that's all she said
I knew it had to be
But she finally spoke Spanish to me

Life just passed by on the sly
I tried to live mine over
It's been a cold dark lonesome night
On the white cliffs of Dover
Adios that's all she said
It echoed across the sea
But she finally spoke Spanish to me

Wine and dreams
She blew the candle out
I came to her for something
I went away without
Adios, that word will always haunt my memory
But she finally spoke Spanish to me

I left my boots in Italy
Souls wore out in Spain
I left my guns in London town
Just smokin' in the rain

Adios that's all she said
I knew it had to be
But she finally spoke Spanish to me
But she finally spoke Spanish to me

Wine and dreams
She blew the candle out
I came to her for something
I went away without
Adios, that word will always haunt my memory
But she finally spoke spanish to me


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