Mexico

Album: The Long Road Home (2016)
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  • Yeah I don't know about you
    But I'm feeling sunshine, chasing with the skylines
    Sipping on something chilly
    Watching señoritas dancing on the beaches
    I'm sitting back jamming on Willy

    I don't know about you but I gotta get away
    From this hustle and bustle
    Lay back and soak it up
    With a nice cold bottle of Bud

    I'm driving my ass to Mexico
    To get a little crazy, find a pretty baby and let go
    Tequila's got me hazy, dancing with the ladies
    I don't know when I'm coming home
    But I'm driving my ass to Mexico

    I don't know about you but I'm kind of thirsty
    Reckon I've been working just a little too much lately
    Feeling kind of sorta like heading south of the border
    Ain't clocking back in, try and make me

    I don't know about you but I gotta get away
    From this hustle and bustle
    Lay back and soak it up
    With a nice cold bottle of Bud

    And I'm driving my ass to Mexico
    To get a little crazy, find a pretty baby and let go
    Tequila's got me hazy, dancing with the ladies
    I don't know when I'm coming home
    But I'm driving my ass to Mexico

    Where the skies are blue
    Yeah the water's just right, just me and you
    Wait 'till the stars come out
    Go skinny dipping, there ain't no one else around
    I'll be honest I'm tipsy
    I just cracked another bottle, honey come on with me
    I ain't never ever leaving baby
    This is paradise, go ahead and leave me here (oh)

    And I'm driving my ass to Mexico
    To get a little crazy, find a pretty baby and let go
    Tequila's got me hazy, dancing with the ladies
    I don't know when I'm coming home
    But I'm driving to Mexico (oh, I'm driving)

    I'm driving to Mexico (oh, I'm driving)
    I'm driving my ass to Mexico (oh, I'm driving)
    I'm driving to Mexico (oh, I'm driving, oh yeah)

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