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"The Three Caballeros" is a song from the 1944 film of the same name.

This song was included on the VHS tapes, Disney Sing Along Songs: Heigh-Ho and in Disney Sing Along Songs: Collection of All Time Favorites: The Early Years.

Background

It is sung by Panchito Pistoles, Jose Carioca and Donald Duck after Jose and Donald meet Panchito for the first time.

Outside of the film, the song was featured in the EPCOT attraction Gran Fiesta Tour Starring The Three Caballeros, featuring some little changes. Donald, Jose, and Panchito also sang it again in Don Rosa's comic story The Three Caballeros Ride Again.
The rhythm and the final lines are based off Ay Jalisco No Te Rajes, a Mexican folk song.

Lyrics

Panchito: We're three caballeros
Three gay caballeros
They say we are birds of a feather
We're happy amigos
No matter where he goes
The one, two, and three goes
We're always together

We're three happy chappies
With snappy serapes
You'll find us beneath our sombreros
We're brave and we'll stay so
We're bright as a peso
Donald: Who says so?
José and Panchito: We say so!
The three caballeros

All: Ahhhh!
Panchito: We have the stars to guide us
Guitars here beside us
To play as we go
We sing and we samba
We shout: "¡Ay caramba!
José: What means: "¿Ay caramba?
Panchito: Oh yes, I don't know

All: Ahhhh!
Panchito: Through fair and stormy weather
We stand close together
Like books on a shelf
As pals though we may be
When some Latin baby
Says yes, no, or maybe
José and Panchito: Each man is for himself!

Panchito: Ahhhh! ¡Jalisco no te rajes!
Me sale del alma
Gritar con color
Abrir todo el pecho
Pa' echar este grito
¡Qué lindo es Jalisco!
Palabra de honor

Trivia

  • The word "gay" was censored in later versions of the song, due to the modern popular meaning of the word. However, it is not censored in the Gran Fiesta Tour attraction.


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Disney Saludos Amigos and The Three Caballeros Logos
Media
Saludos Amigos | Video | The Three Caballeros | Video | House of Mouse | Two Happy Amigos | A Present for Donald | South of the Border with Disney

Books and Comics: The Penguin That Hated the Cold | The Magnificent Seven (Minus 4) Caballeros | The Three Caballeros Ride Again | South of the Border with Disney: Walt Disney and the Good Neighbor Program, 1941-1948

Segments: El Gaucho Goofy | Aquarela do Brasil | Pedro | Lake Titicaca | The Cold-Blooded Penguin | The Flying Gauchito | Baía | Los Posadas | Mexico: Pátzcuaro, Veracuz and Acapulco | Donald's Surreal Reverie

Disney Parks
Gran Fiesta Tour Starring The Three Caballeros | It's a Small World | Mickey Mouse Revue

Restaurants: Mickey & Pals Market Café
Parade: Mickey's Soundsational Parade
Christmas: Mickey's Most Merriest Celebration | World of Color: Season of Light

Characters
Donald Duck | Goofy | José Carioca | Panchito Pistoles | Pedro | Mama Plane | Papa Plane | Aconcagua | Aracuan Bird | Burrito | Pablo and the Penguins | The Toy Bull | Flying Gauchito | Yaya

Guest Stars: Walt Disney | Frank Thomas | Lee Blair | Mary Blair | Norman Ferguson

Songs
The Three Caballeros | You Belong to My Heart | We Are The Three Caballeros | My Name is Panchito | Saludos Amigos
Locations
South America | Brazil | Mexico | Argentina | Chile | Peru | Uruguay
Deleted Concepts
The Laughing Gauchito | Caxanga | Cuban Carnival | The Hornero Bird | Blame It on the Samba | Aurora the Parrot | Miguelito Maracas

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