"Y'Arriva" as written by and Hank Marvin Bruce Welch....
Way down in the land of sunny Mexico
There's a fellow, I'm sue that you all know
Any time within his trouble there
You bound to hear his cry ringing through the air

Andele y'arriva
Andele y'arriva
In Spanish this means I'm here
Andele, andele, andele y'arriva

One day last May a tourist came to town
And very soon he started hanging 'round
With the Speedy's girl giving her the eye
And suddenly he heard this famous cry

Andele y'arriva
Andele y'arriva
In Spanish this means I'm here
Andele, andele, andele y'arriva

He hit the tourist with the speed of light
And next to no-time he had won the fight
The last words he remembered for his flight
Were: Senor, you're leaving Mexico tonight

Andele y'arriva
Andele y'arriva
In Spanish this means I'm here
Andele, andele, andele y'arriva

So if you ever go to sunny Mexico
Enjoy yourself but be careful how you go
And listen well to everything I say
'Cause I was that tourist there one day last May

Andele y'arriva
Andele y'arriva
In Spanish this means I'm here
Andele, andele, andele y'arriva


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