"Welcome To Tijuana" as written by and Chuck/chao Rio....
Welcome to Tijuana
Tequila, sexo y marihuana
Welcome to Tijuana
Con el coyote no hay aduana

Bienvenida a Tijuana
Bienvenida mi amor
De noche a la mañana
Bienvenido a Tijuana
Bienvenida mi suerte
A mi me gusta el verte

Bienvenida a Tijuana
Bienvenida a Tijuana
Bienvenida mi amor
Bienvenida a Tijuana
Bienvenida tu pena
Bienvenida la cena
Sopita de camarón

Bienvenida a Tijuana
Bienvenida mi suerte
Bienvenida la muerte
Por la Panamericana

Welcome to Tijuana
Tequila, sexo y marihuana
Welcome to Tijuana
Con el coyote no hay aduana


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"Welcome to Tijuana" as written by Jose Manuel Chao

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  • +2
    General CommentThe last speech:

    Nuestra lucha es por el respeto a nuestro derecho a gobernar y gobernarnos
    y el mal gobierno impone a los mas la ley de los menos.

    Nuestra lucha es por la libertad para el pensamiento y el caminar,
    y el mal gobierno pone cárceles y tumbas.

    Nuestra lucha es por la justicia,
    y el mal gobierno se llena de criminales y asesinos.

    Techo, tierra, trabajo, pan, salud, educación, independencia, democracia, libertad.

    Estas fueron nuestras demandas en la larga noche de los quinientos años,
    estas son, hoy, nuestras exigencias.

    Hermanos y hermanas de otras razas y otras lenguas,
    aquel a cuya mano se acerque a este manifiesto
    que lo haga pasar a todos los hombres de esos pueblos

    ************************************

    Our struggle is for the respect of our right to rule and rule ourselves,
    and the bad government imposes to the many the law of the few.

    Our struggle is for the freedom of thought and wander,
    and the bad goverment builds prisons and graves.

    Our struggle is for justice,
    and the bad government fattens with criminals and murderers.

    Home, land, work, food, health care, education, independence, democracy, freedom.
    Those where our demands in the five hundred years long night.
    Those are, today, our requirements.

    Brothers and sisters from other races and other languages
    whoever reaches this pamphlet, hand it over to all your people.

    ************************************

    It is an excerpt of a political pamphlet from Emiliano Zapata.
    Danxon November 08, 2012   Link
  • +1
    General CommentUnfortunately, some of the best parts of Manu's songs are outside the lyrics, like in this one, i love the speech part, and especially "Quieres café mi vida? Pues siervete-lo!!!"
    CrowHearton August 26, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General Commenthaha "Do you want coffee my love? Well, get it yourself!"
    mangorifficon April 10, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentHhahaa. I looove that specific speech, too! I think it is my favorite of all the speeches incorporated in his songs.
    windex84on April 26, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Commentyeah, i want to know what those mean, but it takes me a while to figure them out. anyone wanna translate that speech who know more spanish then i do??
    boardersdcon February 26, 2006   Link

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