Tequila Eyes

Album: Nothing Shines Like Neon (2016)
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  • You look so out of place with these shades of neon on your face
    It's not like you have you here
    Your shadow on these smoky walls dont look good on you at all
    No more than those damn midnight kiss
    I can see the tequila in your eyes
    Makes me wanna run, run, run

    Save you pain from the pain you cant despise before you come undone
    Cause they cant hide the truth, I see right through those tequila eyes
    I noticedd when I first walked in that the stool besides you needs a friend, looks like you could use one too
    Girl, the trouble with the past, you cant kill it with a shot glass
    Once it catches up with you

    I can see the tequila in your eyes, makes me wanna run, run, run
    Save you from the pain you cant despise before you come undone, cause they cant hide the truth
    You're dying trying to, I see right through those tequila eyes
    You've either had too much, or havent had enough

    They cant hide the truth, youre dying trying too, I see right through those tequila eyes
    Oh, I see right through those tequila eyes
    Those tequila eyes
    Those tequila eyes Writer/s: BUDDY CANNON, DEAN DILLON, RANDY ROGERS
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, HORI PRO ENTERTAINMENT GROUP, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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