While I was there, I felt romance everywhere
Moon was shining bright, and I could hear laughing voices in the night
Everyone was gay, This was the start of their holiday.
It was fiesta down in Mexico, and so I stopped a while to see the show
I knew that "frenesÃ" meant "Please love me" and I could say frenesÃ.
A lovely seÃ±orita caught my eye, I stood enchanted as she wandered by
And never knowing that it come from me, I gently sighed frenesÃ.
She stopped and raised her eyes to mine, Her lips just pleaded to be kissed
Her eyes were soft as candle-shine, so how was I to resist?
And now without a heart to call my own, a greater happiness I've never known
Because her kisses are for me alone, who wouldn't say frenesÃ.
these lyrics are submitted by kaan
Songwriter(s): Ray Charles, S. K. Russell, Alberto Dominguez
Copyright: Peer International Corporation
Record Label(s): Originally Recorded 1940, 1941, 1942 All rights reserved by BMG Music (P) Recorded Prior to 1972 All Rights Reserved by BMG Music Originally reco
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