"Spanish Is the Loving Tongue" as written by Marc Williams Ellis and Charles Clark....
Spanish is the loving tongue
Soft as music, light as spray;
'Twas a girl I learned it from
Living down Sonora way.
I don't look much like a lover,
Yet I say her love words over.
Mostly when I'm all alone
"Mi amor, mi corazon"

(?)Oh my dawn the party oh
oh senora not in near(?)
me and Juana talkin' low
So the padre couldn't hear
how those hours would go a'flyin'
and too soon I'd hear her sighin'
in her little sorry tone
"Mi amor, mi corazon"

Never seen her since that night,
I can't cross the line, you know.
Tney want me for a gamblin' fight
Like as not it's better so.
Yet I've always sort of missed her
Since that last sad night I kissed her;
Left her heart and lost my own
"Adios, mi corazon."



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"Spanish Is the Loving Tongue" as written by Marc Williams Ellis Charles Clark

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