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Spanish Fireball Recorded by Hank Snow Written by Dan Welch
G G7 I met a girl in Laredo down in Mexico while I was makin' the rounds C Down in a dim cafe she does the swing and sway G That's the talk of the town D7 G I never learned her name but she's called the Spanish Fireball
While she kept rhythm with her hips from her ruby lips G7 Came a love song so bright C And as she rumbled by the fire in her eyes G Looked like flames in the night D7 G T'was then I understood why she's called the Spanish Fireball
I finally asked her for a dance and I got the chance G7 Holding her closely to me C While we were cheek to cheek I grew too weak to speak G And it was plain to see D7 G That I had fallen in love with this cute little Spanish Fireball
She wore a ruby bracelet and a blue white diamond G7 Upon her little brown hand C She made a perfect date and in her Cadillac eight G Love began to expand D7 G I played the part and gave my heart to the Spanish Fireball
We wandered out beneath the stars while the old guitars G7 Strummed a Mexican tune C And as I stole a kiss I knew too well that this G Would all end too soon D7 G Cause I must go away and leave my Spanish Fireball
As that old moon was sinkin' low I heard the whistle blow G7 My train was pulling in sight C And so we kissed goodbye the tears were in her eyes G As I left in the night D7 G But someday I'll go back and claim my Spanish Fireball
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