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Practice English Speaking&Listening with: José Antonio (Lucha Reyes)

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Along a path comes riding Jose Antonio

you come from Barranco to see flower Amancaes

In a Berebere criollo, he is going along the road

wearing jipijapa, handkerchief and white poncho of linen

While the morning is passing, his memory frolics

and with joyful romping the horse pajarea (scares away the birds)

Thin drizzle of June, kisses his both cheeks

and four singing hooves are on their way to Amancaes...

How beautiful is my chalán!! How elegant and jaunty

He holds the thin rein of silk, that is white and red,

How sweet manage the horse bit with only silk ribbons

While making a graceful swerve, to the criollo berebere.

Jose Antonio, Jose Antonio!!

Why do you left me here!

When I´ll find you again it must be June and it must be drizzling,

I´ll huddle up to your back under your poncho linen

And between the bands of your hat I want to see the Amancaes,

That I´ll gather for you When on the croup you lead me

On your achieved dream of your caballo de paso (horse of step)

That one of the peruvian step!!

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Jose Antonio, Jose Antonio!!

Why do you left me here!

When I´ll find you again it must be June and it must be drizzling,

I´ll huddle up to your back under your poncho linen

And between the bands of your hat I want to see the Amancaes,

That I´ll gather for you When on the croup you lead me

On your achieved dream of your caballo de paso (horse of step)

That one of the peruvian step!!

The Description of José Antonio (Lucha Reyes)