Dal e mi soula
Y me incuerdo
Did you see my family
We had a sweet simple glory
We had a gallant who works for me

For I was once an immortal
With General Walker's gringo army
Yeah I was once an immortal
With William Walker's gringo army

Must be seven years that I followed him
All across the southern sea
And I never thought I hear the hammer
Beating on the iron of slavery

For I was once an immortal
With William Walker's gringo army
Yeah I was once an immortal
With William Walker's gringo army

Yeah I hear the horrors go to the barricade
You're going hungry without any guns
So señorita for the last time now
Share some love with the unknown one

For I was once an immortal
With General Walkers gringo army
Yeah I was once an immortal
With William Walker's gringo army
In William Walkers gringo army


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