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Era Alonzo Quijana.
Fue un hombre de La Mancha, y él creyó
Que era caballero.
Él era caballero, fue Don Quixote,
Él soñaba y soñaba.
Él soñaba y soñaba y soñaba. "Iré!"
Dijo a su vecino,
Dijo a su vecino, "Ve conmigo,"
"Ve conmigo, ve conmigo."
"Sancho Panza. Sancho Panza..."
Para ser caballero,
Para ser caballero, él necesitó
Luchar para una dama.
Luchar para una dama,
La más bonita, Dulcinea, Dulcinea.
"Dulcinea, Dulcinea, Dulcinea, iré!"
Él luchó con los molinos.
Él luchó con los molinos, y ganaron,
Y ganaron, y ganaron.
Ay La Mancha, Ay La Mancha...
Una vez que él vio
Él vio a Caballero de la Luna Blanca,
Y perdió l
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