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Por el camine del sitio mio

un carretero alegre paso

con su canciones que es muy sentida

y muy guajira allegre canto

Me voy al transbordador

a descargar la carretera (bis)

para cumplir con la meta

de mi pequena labor

A caballo vamos pa'l monte

a caballo vamos pa'l monte (bis)

Yo trabajo sin reposo

para poderme casar (bis)

y si lo llego a lograr

sere un guajiro dichoso

A caballo vamos pa'l monte

a caballo vamos pa'l monte (bis)

Soy guajiro y carretero

y en el campo vivo bien (bis)

porque el campo es el eden

mas lindo del mundo entero

A caballo vamos pa'l monte

a caballo vamos pa'l monte (bis)

Chapea el monte,cultiva el llano

recoge el fruto,de tu sudor (bis)


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