EL PASO THROUGH THE EYE OF A CAMERA LENS: Rosa's Cantina -- the legendary dive bar on Doniphan, and the inspiration for one of the most famous Country-Western songs ever recorded


Before Juarez's infamous violence started making global headlines, El Paso was mostly known as the place where Marty Robbins "fell in love with a Mexican girl," and Rosa's Cantina as the watering hole where "music would play and Faleena would whirl." So next time your near the racetrack, drop in and put a couple of quarters in the jukebox. You know which song to play.


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