Born on the wrong side of opportunity
Bled from my hands and my heart for this country
But I've lost all hope and I can't stay
Because in my dreams I swear she says my name

She's calling out
Her voice rings so proud
She's calling out
Entranced by the sound

I take one last walk down to the shore
Mi vista siena siempre mi amor
Because come tomorrow don't know where I'll be
I'll take my chances with the coyote

Lyrics submitted by punkpirate

Coyote song meanings
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    My OpinionThis song was my least favorite on a first listen through, but it has grown on me since then. It's now one of my favorites and the Spainsh lyrics remind me of "Just One More" for the obvious reason.

    I believe that "Mi vista siena siempre mi amor" is "My view sienna always my love" Anyone know enough to confirm this?
    bl7es34on April 22, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThis song is about crossing the border from Mexico to California. The lyrics are preety much self-explanatory. He was born on the wrong side of opportunity (Mexico), he feels California calling hing and is now going to take his chances.
    sale14on April 14, 2012   Link

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