"Crickets Sing for Anamaria [Original Radio Edit]" as written by and Gilbert Valle....
Hey Maria pappa said you'd better go to bed Maria mamma said you'd better go to bed and little sister said you'd better go to bed and your old brother said you heard what pappa said you'd better say goodnight you'd better shut the light and pappa told you: no, you can't go out tonight but pappa didn't know Maria had a date and couldn't let him wait so in a little while she waited till the lights were low she went out to the window to her beau and so... a happy man let her hugging him and let her kissing him and let a happy thought and that was wonderful let her happy talk how very libertin how very make a lot of love which is just a normal thing to make a lot of love for it was summer time when all the crickets sing and it was sumer time when anyone's in love the crickets sing a happy song but they didn't do their repertoire for long Suddenly the pappa came, and then the mamma came, and then the sister came, and then the brother came, and then the uncle came, and then the cousin came, and even *** came, and I can tell you, this, it was a dirty shame because the pappa came, and then the mamma came, and then the sister came, and then the brother came, and then the cousin came, and even *** came, I can tell you thiiiissss, due due due due $*$*$* when anyone's in love the crickets sing a happy song but they didn't do their repertoire for long Suddenly the pappa came, and then the mamma came, and then the sister came, and then the brother came, and then the uncle came, and then the cousin came, and even *** came, and I can tell you, this, it was a dirty shame because the pappa came, and then the mamma came, and then the sister came, and then the brother came, and then the cousin came, and even *** came, And I can tell you Suddenly the pappa came, and then the mamma came, and then the sister came, and then the brother came, and then the uncle came, and then the cousin came, and even *** came, and I can tell you, this, it was a dirty shame because the pappa came, and then the mamma came, and then the sister came, and then the brother came, and then the cousin came, and even *** came, And I can tell you Suddenly the pappa came, and then the mamma came, and then the sister came, and then the brother came, and then the uncle came, and then the cousin came, and even *** came, and I can tell you, this, it was a dirty shame because the pappa came, and then the mamma came, and then the sister came, and then the brother came, and then the cousin came!


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"Crickets Sing for Anamaria" as written by Paulo Sergio Kostenbader Valle Marcos Kostenbader Valle

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