Rolly and the Rebops | Muchachita

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Muchachita

by Rolly and the Rebops

This is a song of appreciation for a young Hispanic girl that took a shine to me. The lyrics are sung both in English and Spanish.
Genre: Latin: Rock en Espanol
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Well let’s see what do you want to know? Hmmmmm. I got my first guitar when I was 9. It was an old Kay with three strings. I shined some shoes and sold some news papers and purchased a new set of strings. I discovered that the school I went to did not have band, (it was a poor school on the poor side of town. (Boo Hoo Hoo, Poor poor pitiful me.)) but, it had a teacher who offered several of us Guitar lessons in exchange for yard work on Saturdays. I was in like Flyn. I took lessons from everyone and anyone who would teach me something. By the time I was 12, I could play ok, and I was learning to sing. Then I noticed girls. I also noticed that when you had a guitar and you could sing, girls would do anything you wanted them to do. And I wanted them to let me wear their shoes. Oh I’m just kidding, I’m kidding you. I wanted them to smooch me. They did, and one thing led to another. I liked older girls cause they had something I desperately wanted. No, not that. That came later when I was 13. They had drivers licenses and they would let me drive their cars. That’s where I learned that the back seat was a lot more fun than the front seat................
Read more about Paul on his web site Rolly and the Rebops.com


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