II The Mexicans adore him and fear him To Tláloc, the god of rain and lightning They take what they want to his temple The children and the flowers he chooses every May The children are dressed in clothes Of cotton and quetzal feathers The flowers are woven into branches Of unparalleled colors and aromas The priests sing and dance to them And they tell them not to cry or be scared That Tláloc awaits you and gives you A paradise where they are always happy

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