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Feleena

Marty Robbins

Cifrado: Principal (guitarra y guitarra eléctrica)
Selo Cifra Club: esta cifra foi revisada para atender aos critérios oficiais da nossa Equipe de Qualidade.
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Out in New Mexico, many long years ago
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There in a shack on the desert, one night in a storm
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Amid streaks of lightnin' and loud desert thunder
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To a young Mexican couple, a baby was born;
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Just as the baby cried, thunder and lightnin' died
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Moon gave it's light to the world and the stars did the same
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Mother and Father, both proud of the daughter
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That heaven had sent them, Felina was this baby's name.

[Verse 2]
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When she was seventeen, bothered by crazy dreams
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She ran away from the shack and left them to roam
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Father and Mother, both asked one another
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What made her run away, what made Felina leave home;
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Tired of the desert nights, fartherly grieved to strife
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She ran away late one night in the moon's golden gleam
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She didn't know where she'd go, but that she'd get there
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And she would find happiness, if she would follow her dream.

[Verse 3]
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After she ran away, she went to Sante Fe
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And in the year that she stayed there, she learned about life
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In just a little while, she learned that with a smile
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She could have pretty clothes, she could be any man's wife;
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Rich men romanced her, they dined and they danced her
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She understood men and she treated them all just the same
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A form that was fine and rare, dark shining glossy hair
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Lovely to look at Felina was this woman's name.

[Verse 4]
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Restless in Sante Fe, she had to get away
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To any town where the lights had a much brighter glow
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One cowboy mentioned the town of El Paso
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They never stopped dancin' and money like whiskey did flow;
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She bought a one-way, a ticket from Sante Fe
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Three days and nights on a stage with a rest now and then
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She didn't mind that, she knew she would find that
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Her new life would be more exciting than where she had been.

[Verse 5]
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The stage made it's last stop, up there on the mountain top
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To let her see all of the lights at the foot of the hill
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Her world was brighter and deep down inside her
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An uncontrolled beating, her young heart just wouldn't be still;
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She got a hotel, a room at the Lily Belle
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Quickly she changed to a form-fitting black satin dress
                     D
Ev'ry man stopped to stare at this form fine and rare
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Even the women remarked of the charm she possessed.

[Verse 6]
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Dancin' and laughter was what she was after
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And Rosa's Cantina had lights, with a love in the gleam
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That's what she hunted and that's what she wanted
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Rosa's was one place a nice girl would never be seen;
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It was the same way it was back in Sante Fe
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Men would make fools of themselves at the thought of romance
                      D
Rosa took heed of the place was in need of
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This kind of excitement, so she paid Felina to dance.

[Verse 7]
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A year passed and maybe more and then through the swingin' doors
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Came a young cowboy so tall and so handsomely dressed
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This one was new in town, hadn't been seen around
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He was so different, he wasn't like all of the rest;
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Felina danced close to him, then threw a rose to him
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Quickly he walked to her table and there he sat down
                    D
And in a day or so, wherever folks would go
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They'd see this young cowboy, showin' Felina the town.

[Verse 8]
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Six weeks he went with her, each minute spent with her
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But he was insanely jealous of glances she'd give
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Inside he was a-hurtin', from all of her flirtin'
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That was her nature and that was the way that she lived;
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She flirted one night, it started a gun-fight
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And after the smoke cleared away, on the floor lay a man
                          D
Felina's young lover, had shot down another
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And he had to leave there, so out through the back door he ran.

[Verse 9]
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The next day at five o'clock, she heard a rifle shot
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Quickly she ran to the door, that was facin' the pass
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She saw her cowboy, her wild-ridin' cowboy
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Low in the saddle, her cowboy was ridin' in fast;
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She ran to meet him, to kiss and to greet him
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He saw her and motioned her back, with a wave of his hand
                     D
Bullets were flyin', Feleena was cryin'
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As she saw him fall from the saddle and into the sand.

[Verse 10]
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Feleena knelt near him, to hold and to hear him
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When she felt the warm blood that flowed from the wound in his side
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He raised to kiss her and she heard him whisper
                               D
"Never forget me - Felina it's over, goodbye."
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Quickly she grabbed for, the six-gun that he wore
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And screamin' in anger and placin' the gun to her breast
                      D
Bury us both deep and maybe we'll find peace
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And pullin' the trigger, she fell 'cross the dead cowboy's chest.

[Verse 11]
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Out in El Paso, whenever the wind blows
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If you listen closely at night, you'll hear in the wind

A woman is cryin', it's not the wind sighin'
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Old timer's tell you, Felina is callin' for him;

You'll hear them talkin' and you'll hear them walkin'
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You'll hear them laugh and you'll look, but there's no one around
                            D
Don't be alarmed - there is really no harm there
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It's only the young cowboy, showin' Felina the town.
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