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Spanish Two-Step
Words by Tommy Duncan, Music by Bob Wills, 1946 - Traditional
Number 1 on the music charts in 1946 for 13 weeks.
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C - G7 -
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8-beat intro. with two lead-in notes (Down be-). 
Play 4-beats for each cell, reading from left to right.
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Down below the Rio Grande, a senorita held my hand,
And sweetly sang an old melody.
Without a worry or a care, a rose she gave me from her hair,
And then she whispered, "Si, Senor, si, si'.
In a cabaret we danced the hours away,
Her eyes told more than words e're could say.
I told her I had to go, left her down in Mexico,
While the band played "Spaish Two-Step" soft and low.
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Arranged by Jim Bottorff
 
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