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One night in Old Monterey by the silvery Rio Grande
I fell in love as the Spanish violins played my lovely senorita's serenade
The violins were singing a love song and my heart sang the song that they played
We held each other near till both our hearts could hear my lovely senorita's serenade
Spanish violins sing your love song again
Our hearts are light and gay every time you play my lovely senorita's serenade
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The violins seemed to say hold her closer and make her lips your own
I held her in my arms and we shared each other's charms
And the Spanish violins played on
The violins were singing...
Spanish violins sing your love song again...



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