"El Desierto" as written by and Jose Fernando Emilio/gonzalez Trujillo Olvera Sierra....
Llegandito a Vallarta, me quisieron atorar
LLegandito a la playa, me quisieron enfiestar
Con 10 tequilas pa' empezar diez margaritas pa' arrancar
La borrachera fue mortal, salí arrastrando del lugar
No paraba el mariachi, de cantar y de pistear
Dos señoritas pa' bailar, me daban copas sin parar
Que me pusieron hasta atrás

Ahí viene el borracho ya ni puede caminar
Ahí viene el borracho que no para de chupar
Y con los tequilas se enfiestó su corazón
Y con el mariachi se rompió su corazón

Me aventé unos tequilas, me pusieron bien feliz
Me aventé unos mezcales, con todita y la lombriz
Pero el tequila estaba bravo Y con tus besos yo ahogado
Y con la cruda acabado, pero feliz como lombriz

Miren quien llegó
Ahí viene el borracho, miren ya está aquí
No se puede parar, miren quien llegó
Ni un tequila más, mira que borracho va
Ay que borracho es
Mira que borracho va
Ay que borracho es
Mira que borracho va, Ay que borracho es


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"El desierto" as written by Jose Fernando Emilio Olvera Sierra Alejandro Gonzalez Trujillo

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    General CommentEsta cancion, si que me llega directito al corazon. Por que todo lo que cuenta lo senti cuando deje mi querido pais Mexico, al venirme a estados unidos a estudiar. Y cada vez que escuchaba esta cancion antes de dormirme, se me salian las lagrimas.
    kidnapper777on February 04, 2002   Link
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    General CommentTRANSLATION: This song, is felt directly at the heart. So that everything that counts, i felt when I leave my beloved country Mexico, when coming to the United States to study. And whenever i listen to this song before I go to sleep, the tears come out for me.
    MorningStaron May 27, 2002   Link
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    General Commentvery poetic the mexican lanuage is...
    MorningStaron May 27, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIt's called spanish.
    ABottledSoulon June 02, 2002   Link
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    General Commentlol!!!
    hatebreederon September 23, 2002   Link
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    General Commentokay: everything everyone said except for kidnapper is stupid - kid is right, this is about leaving mexico, and leaving the one you love behind in search of "something else" or "better" and promising to come back for her (or him)
    toadworthon March 08, 2008   Link
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    General Commentoh yeah, and there's no such thing as "the mexican langauge" - what an idot morningstar is
    toadworthon March 08, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis song is pretty straight forward. I think anyone who has ever left their home and loved ones behind can relate to it.

    MorningStar, I think anyone looking up Mana lyrics understands Spanish, so no translation is needed. I'd also recommend gaining a better command of the Spanish and/or English language if you're going to try translating.
    JMCAutomaticon August 04, 2008   Link

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