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New Mexico

As Fred Rael drives his cream-colored Chevy lowrider through the streets of Espaņola, New Mexico, he listens to Sealevel by Supermajor, with music by Chris Hudson and Jeff Hallam and lyric by Uruguayan pop star Pajaro Canzani--


Yo voy a salir una noche cualquiera

A 190 por la carretera

De un lado la playa del otro palmeras

Como cuando te bese por vez primera

Y el viento jugaba con tu cabellera


  One of these nights I will go out

  190 KM Down the highway

  On one side the beach, the other the palms

  Like when we kissed for the very first time

  And the wind was playing with your hair


Se viene el verano fin de primavera

Me llega una brisa de melon y espera

Cae la cascada desde la pendiente

Trayendo un perfume de lluvia caliente

Frutas y colores perfumes y flores

Todo se confunde como en tu pollera

Venganza de cellos olvido ladera

A 190 por la carretera


  The summer is coming and spring is almost over

  I wait in the sweet wind of a melon

  The cascade falls from the cliff

  Bringing perfume of the hot shadows

  Fruits, colors, perfumes, and flowers

  Everything confused and wrinkled like your dress

  Revenge of jealousy, forgiveness, and the sheer drop off

  190 KM down the highway


Detras de los ceros aullan los perros

Quien hablando leve sea level

Tan leve, you see?


  Beyond the foothills the dogs are barking

  Who keeps softly saying 'sea level'?

  So sofltly, you see?


Sobre la ladera una nube revienta

Se desgarra el cielo llego la tormenta

Rayos y centellas y yo pienso en ella

Sola en esa casa de vidrio y Madera

Y yo como loco por la carretera


  Over the edge, a rain cloud is bursting

  The storm rips the sky open

  As the rays of light hit the earth

  Sparks fly in the horizon

  I think of her alone in a wood and crystal house

  And I am like a crazy man going down the highway


Detras de los ceros aullan los perros

Ahora llueve leve quien dijo sea level

Ya llueve, don't you see?


  Beyond the foothills the dogs are still barking, now its raining, who is saying 'sea level'?

  And how it rains, don't you see?