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MessagePosté le: Jeu 2 Juin 2016 - 18:30    Sujet du message: El Paso Marty Ro.bbins Répondre en citant

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The owner was Miguel Aranda, a former Asarco employee, who resided near the club at 332 Vista Hill Drive. And its fameas the only physical, real character of the storycontinues well into the 21st century, adds a Huffington Post blog. This article is about the Marty Robbins song. It moved the action to Azusa, California, where Rosa's Cantina became a pizza place where Faleena worked as a waitress. Robbins ballad inspired the name Rosas Cantina, not the other way around. After another year, the narrator of "El Paso" arrives, the first man she did not have contempt for. (Photo by and courtesy of Mark Cioc-Ortega) An advertisement for Rosas Cantina in the 1961 City Directory. The gunslinging narrator (whose death the ballad chronicles) was wholly fictional. In 2013, the song was featured in "Felina", the series finale of the hit TV series Breaking Bad.

(Photo by and courtesy of Mark Cioc-Ortega) The J & M Club in the 1959 City Directory. Sections Front Page Government Education Arts & Culture Health & Environment Business & Technology Perspectives Interviews Neighborhoods From the Tree Press Releases Let's Get Social Facebook Twitter E-Newsletter RSS Feeds About NPT Our Mission Archives Jobs & Internships Contact Permissions Community Discussion Rules Terms of Service Privacy Statement Site Feedback 990s/Annual Report Join The Tree Become a Member Donors and Members Send Us a Tip Freelancers Q&A Enter . When another cowboy made advances on "wicked Faleena", the narrator demanded that the other cowboy draw his gun; when the other cowboy did so, he gunned down the challenger, then fled El Paso for fear of being hanged for murder or killed in revenge by his victim's friends. Robbins' record company was unsure whether radio stations would play such a long song, and so released two versions of the song on a promo 45:[3] the full-length version on one side, and an edited version on the other which was nearer to the three-minute mark. So in angerI challenged his right for the love of this maidenDown went his hand for the gun that he woreMy challenge was answered in less than a heartbeatThe handsome young stranger lay dead on the floor. Something is dreadfully wrong for I feelA deep burning pain in my sideThough I am trying to stay in the saddleI'm getting weary, unable to ride. Exiting El Paso, he hides out in the "badlands of New Mexico". Robbins Marty Tabs. ."[not "chair").

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