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Viajo sin rumbo fijo en mis botas viejas
cabos sueltos enlazan a mi cabeza
Si pensabas ir al lugar donde los paganos van
pongalo junto
invitacion extraño.

Despierto,
alguien arrastra mis huesos
Nosotros,
acendemos en la tarde
y recuerdo tu sonrisa,
donde el viento salvaje
hay algo vacio
cuando empieza.

Viajo sin rumbo fijo en mis botas viejas
cabos, sueltos enlazan mi cabeza
Si pensabas ir al lugar donde los paganos van
pongalo junto
invitacion extraño.


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    General Comment'Jack-ass', sung in spanish.
    telemarketingscamon February 25, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthanks i thought it was cantonese i'm glad i came here
    jimhushpupon January 04, 2007   Link
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    General Commentduh!
    of course it's in spanish
    beck came from a spanish-speaking town i believe
    this is a great b-side and is perfect for a marache song!
    treefingers505on November 01, 2007   Link
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    General CommentJimhushpup was being ironic, buddy/budette.

    This spaniard remake is awesome in an alien kind of way (no pun intended).
    caralhovoadoron January 26, 2009   Link
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    General CommentWow, this is so funny. The spanish version is as original as the first one !
    Beck is so versatile...

    I think he was born in a spanish neighborhood, the song Guero talks about this,
    being a white guy in a spanish town.
    QuebecGuy777on July 21, 2011   Link
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    General CommentI am travelling aimlessly fixed in my old boots loose link to my head if you thought go to the place where the pagans will place it alongside strange invitation.
    It's "Jack-Ass", and it conveys a good message in Spanish also.
    forpson March 09, 2012   Link

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