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Sweetheart From Venezuela lyrics

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Harry Belafonte – Sweetheart From Venezuela lyrics

Juanita my darlin' you sure you love me
(Si, seсor)
You feel in your heart you would marry to me
(Si, seсor)
You promise to love me the rest of your life
(Si, seсor)
I love Juanita, my sweetheart from Venezuela
A yes, Juanita, my sweetheart from Venezuela

I'll teach you to "Abla" in English like me
(Si, seсor)
No worries no nothing no difficulty
(Si, seсor)
I'll take you to Padre and marry you now
(Si, seсor)
I love Juanita, my sweetheart from Venezuela
A yes, Juanita, my sweetheart from Venezuela

Forget all the young men that you used to know
(Si, seсor)
I'm sorry but they wouldn't see you no more
(Si, seсor)
Forget all the letters that you used to write
(Si, seсor)
I love Juanita, my sweetheart from Venezuela
A yes, Juanita, my sweetheart from Venezuela

I'll kiss you each morning again and again
(Si, seсor)
And if we get children, must be 'bout ten
(Si, seсor)
I love you, I love you 'til death do us part
(Si, seсor)
I love Juanita, my sweetheart from Venezuela
A yes, Juanita, my sweetheart from Venezuela



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