I'm bored. The mysterious explosions at Iranian nuclear facilities were fun, but I need something more. Aha! Then I thought of Freddy Fender.
Freddy sang "Tex-Mex" style and one of his songs that I love is "Rancho Grande." I always loved it but didn't understand a single word; now I am taking Spanish and have the highest grade in the class (I got 100% right on my last midterm). Now I understand the words to "Rancho Grande." Here's Freddy singing it live, followed by "Before the Next Teardrop Falls." (Freddy was born in Texas and was a U.S. Marine, but valued his Mexican heritage mucho.)
"Rancho Grande" is a traditional Ranchero song, very popular in Mexico, and often performed by Mariachi bands. Freddy, however, altered the song with a new verse of his own making:
Cuando se muere mi suegra,
Que la entieren boca abajo,
Que si quiere salirse,
Que se vaya más abajo
It translates: When my mother-in-law dies, let them bury her upside down, so if she wants to get out, she'll just go further down.
Nasty! I liked my mother-in-law, but I guess Freddy didn't like his.
New York Times Gives up on Ohio as Hillary’s Chances Fade
57 minutes ago