Es una linda mañana
El sol alumbra la ciuda d
Tranquila la gente del barrio
Se mueve en busca de la sombra

Yo ya estoy listo para el viage
Ya esta bien puesto mi equipaje
Hoy me marcho para siempre
El camino, camino por delante ay, ay, ay, ay

A dónde vas, hoy me voy
A dónde vas, hoy me voy
A dónde vas, hoy me voy
A dónde vas, hoy me voy

Desde las últimas casas
Me saluda una morena
(Hey, Sargento ¿a dónde vas?)
Hoy me voy pa' la ciudád
A buscar la suerte y una nueva vida

Me pellisca el corazón
Pensar en todo lo que dejo
No no no tengo otra solución
Que en mi pueblono hay trabajo ay, ay, ay, ay

A dónde vas, hoy me voy
A dónde vas, hoy me voy
A dónde vas, hoy me voy
A dónde vas, hoy me voy

Sargento
Sargento
Sargento
Sargento

A dónde vas, hoy me voy
Sargento
A dónde vas, hoy me voy
Sargento

A dónde vas, hoy me voy
Sargento
A dónde vas, hoy me voy
Sargento

A dónde vas
Ya esta bien puesto mi equipaje
A dónde vas
Hoy me marcho para siempre

A dónde vas
El camino por delante
A dónde vas
Hoy me voy
A dónde vas

A dónde vas
A dónde vas
A dónde vas
A dónde vas




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