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  • The couple first met at a club called Carmelita, in a former whorehouse.

    Dark Angel of The Hills

  • He ignored her and turned to the woman he'd called Carmelita and spoke to her in rapid Spanish.

    A Man Called Jesse

  • This remarkable little gem of an album introduced us to "Carmelita," the only woman who could save the song's fallen hero from his latest bout with heroin.

    Deluxe of the Draw: R.E.M., Warren Zevon, Peter, Paul and Mary, and Juno

  • As far as the additional disc, there are interesting, previously unreleased moments such as the live groove of "Mama Couldn't Be Persuaded" and alternate versions of "Frank And Jessie James," "Carmelita," and "Poor, Poor Pitiful Me."

    Deluxe of the Draw: R.E.M., Warren Zevon, Peter, Paul and Mary, and Juno

  • Yoakam aces Warren Zevon's junkie lament "Carmelita"; but Emmylou Harris is predictably affectless on Butch Hancock's "West Texas Waltz" and Stephen Stills, covering his own "Change Partners" is, predictably, unlistenable.

    Hats Off To Nashville

  • The orchestra was playing 'Carmelita' and, as McCrimmon walked out, the music harmonized very well with the not unmelodious tinkling given off by the chromium ashtray and monogrammed forks and spoons in his coat pocket.

    The Lonely Sea

  • Afterwards we bought a couple of books at a local store and sat on the outside deck of the 'Carmelita' drinking beer with three very intoxicated Filipino Freemasons. TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

  • Carmelita had finally been roused by the sound of the footsteps on the stairway and the activity above.


  • Carmelita was the perfect maid and cook for our family because she was strong, efficient and discreet.


  • Carmelita was right behind him, too, keeping her right palm against his lower back to support and guide him.



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