De Los Dorados de Pancho Villa (I Am a Soldier of Pancho Villa)

DESCRIPTION: Spanish. "I am a soldier of Pancho Villa, Of his dorados I am but one." The singer says it does not matter if he is killed, because there are other soldiers. He will fight to the end. All Villa's followers will gladly die for him
AUTHOR: unknown (English translation by Jenny Wells Vincent)
EARLIEST DATE: 1952 (SIng Out!, volume 2, #12, according to Grimes)
KEYWORDS: foreignlanguage soldier Mexico nonballad
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REFERENCES (1 citation):
Grimes, p. 117, "I Am a Soldier of Pancho Villa" (1 text)
File: Grim117

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