La Blanca Paloma (The White Dove) is a song that originates from the opera, Calandria: Comedia de Costumbres Campestres. In Disney media, it (not all of the lyrics) is featured in the El Gaucho Goofy segment from the 1942 animated Disney film, Saludos Amigos where it is played during the scene where Goofy plays a melancholy ballad at a campfire at night. The song is entirely sung in Spanish. The lyrics are incomplete, because the full lyrics of the aforementioned song are not included as only a snippet of it is heard.
It is heard during the part where the narrator talks over a nighttime scene where a gaucho sings a melancholy song (called a "triste") where Goofy sings it solemnly but his horse cries briefly. Goofy then continues playing the song until he gets interrupted upon hearing a repeating record player. It ends with the narrator saying the gaucho is not only sad as the scene loops into the chacarera sequence where Goofy performs the dance with his horse.
Yo soy la blanca paloma (I am the white dove)
Tiene el cargar de la loma (Has the burden of the hill)
(record player repeats "Yo soy" multiple times until Goofy fixes it)
Yo soy la blanca paloma...