IV But one day everything suddenly changes Some strange men arrive from afar They are the Spanish, who come with their people Armed with rifles and horses The Spanish want to conquer The Valley of Mexico and its riches The Mexicans want to resist and fight For their land and their beliefs A cruel and long war breaks out Between the two opposing sides The Mexicans defend their city The great Tenochtitlan, pride of its past

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