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Mexican Immigration Laws

Don't let yourself be fooled Mexico is not a poor country
Not just tortilla and bean, or a old Mexican man on a burro
But very rich nation, gold, silver, copper and oil galore
And the poor people are anything but free
Bit they are always ready to take a dollar from the Gringo
But that is not the picture given to the world by our neighbor next door

It is a Mexican law, that a gringo can not hold a job, hard way to make a living
It is a old saying."The most useless thing in the World"
" Is a Gringo with no money in Mexico"
Some of their law towards Americans are un for giving
But that is not what they try to tell the World
The Government and the super rich have all the money

If an American is caught with a single gun, 50 years in jail
If one buys some land, right off the Government owns half of it
They keep their people very poor, un educated for a reason, government control
And in no way do want to be there anywhere in jail
Wonder why Mexico always seems to make a profit
Almost like the Devil has their soul

Corrupttion is all they have ever known for many years
For a hundred dollar bill, you get, Get Out of Jail free card
Why so many work for the drug world or the Mafioso
Tell them that they will be safe and away from fears
Sometimes if it means working in the prison yard
If you don't want to go jail in Mexico,  then don't go

So no wonder why they all want to migrate to the land of milk and honey
Now with our new law, some are starting to cry
But I for one don't want to go over there and live
Fro the Stone Age, it has always been about money
It is times for some of those to say good bye
And live by the Immigration Laws, where they live

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