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He was just a lad, not to old
Always lived in Mexico
And every day in the hot sunshine
He would dance and sing just to pass the time.

Dancin', prancin' up the street
Not even takin' time to eat
This little boy with the great big feet
Doing the boogie with the Mexican beat.

Seniorita, I ask you please
Do not sit down on my knees
I don't like for you to tease
Love me a little but a-please don't squeeze.

--- Instrumental ---

The girls they never get a chance
'Cause he's not a-lookin' for romance
He gives them not one single glance
'Cause all he like is to do his dance.

How the girls would like to meet
This little boy with the great big feet
They think that he's so doggone sweet
A doin' the boogie with the Mexican beat.

Seniorita, I ask you please
Do not sit down on my knees
I don't like for you to tease
Love me a little but a-please don't squeeze.

--- Instrumental ---

Then one day he went to Rome
Across the border into San Antoine
The girls there wouldn't leave him alone
When he did the boogie like he did at home.

Now this little boy I want you to know
Becaue he's always on the go
He don't ask anyone to form or go
A doin' the boogie in a-Mexico.

Seniorita, I ask you please
Do not sit down on my knees
I don't like for you to tease
Love me a little but a-please don't squeeze...



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