All Roads Lead to Here

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It's been said that the land is cursed by the Indians. That the mountains bare the faces of the natives whose land was taken from them.They say it's a vortex. Once you step foot in the desert you can never leave, or you always return but never know why. All roads lead to Tucson, Arizona.

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Dusty roads and cobwebs,
Rattle snake holes and sunsets,
Still I belong to you,
Still I return to you...

Broken hearts left behind,
Scattered throughout the desert confined,
Sill I belong to you,
Still I return to you...

Once glimpse of her beauty will leave you enticed,
You'll be riding the pale horse till you lose your...
Still I belong to you,
Still I return to you...
(Salvador) Solo la parte, solo la parte de mi...

Still I belong to you,
Still I return to you.

credits

from For Sale, released May 11, 2015
Music, lyrigs, guitar, & vocals: Maya Caballero
Trumpet: Jacob Valenzula
Male vocals and sound of horse: Salvador Duran
Engineered by Nathan Sabatino at Loveland Studio in Tucson, AZ
Mastered by Jim Blackwood at KXCI Tucson 93.1FM

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Maya Caballero New York, New York

Maya Caballero is an Americana singer-songwriter / musician born and raised on 42nd street in New York City. Sooth your soul with her adult like lullabies, as you step back in time to her whimsical 1920's ragtime/ Dixieland style, encompassing folk, a little bit of bossa nova, and blues influences from her travels across the United States and throughout Europe. ... more

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