Lupita

Vaya
Con Dios


Now the hacienda’s dark
The town is sleeping
Now the time has
come to part
The time for weeping

Vaya con dios, my daughter
Vaya
con dios, my child

Now the village mission bells are softly ringing
If
you listen with your heart
You’ll hear them singing

Vaya con dios, my
daughter
Vaya con dios, my child

Wherever you may be, I’ll be beside
you
Although you’re many million dreams away
Each night I’ll say a
pray’r
A pray’r to guide you
To hasten every lonely hour
Of every
lonely day
Now the dawn is breaking through a gray tomorrow
But the
memories we share are there to borrow

Vaya con dios, my daughter
Vaya
con dios, my child

Vaya con dios, my daughter
Vaya con dios, my
child

(Larry Russell / Inez James / Buddy Pepper)

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  1. She is in the Lords hands…

  2. Will pray with you that  God will keep his angels watching over these precious people in your life

  3. Praying for you … and Lupe. And for Deborah as she travels along.

  4. Mary-Ann. Thanks for taking in all us strays over the years! Love you all.

  5. You know the young lass that ministered to Naaman when he had leprosy? I wonder if her mom felt the same way.. when would she ever see her daughter again.. my heart is crying with/for you.

  6. I hope you hear soon of the safe arrival and very soon have your Deborah home.

  7. The Lord will protect her.  I know He’s watching over her and has great plans for her.  But it’s still hard to see them go. 

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