Still Feels Like Mexico

Album: Tattooed Heart (2016)
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  • You were with your friends, I was with mine
    Hangin' on the beach you walked up and smiled
    Stole a sip o' my beer
    I didn't mind, you were so fine
    Ended up in these arms of mine
    Baby, you're still here

    We might be a thousand miles away
    Thank God some memories never fade

    Still feels like Mexico
    Still feels like the first time baby
    Still feels like we're in Cancun
    'Cause I'm still drunk on you, that beachside motel room
    Still feels like those summer days
    Those nights we went a little crazy
    Who cares if we never go back
    When you kiss me like that, still feels like Mexico

    We don't need no string of lights
    No Mariachi band that's right
    Baby, we got this
    Put those pretty lips on mine
    Cross that border one more time
    Let's take a little trip

    We might be a thousand miles away
    Thank God some things never change

    Still feels like Mexico
    Still feels like the first time baby
    Still feels like we're in Cancun
    'Cause I'm still drunk on you, that beachside motel room
    Still feels like those summer days
    Those nights we went a little crazy
    Who cares if we never go back
    When you kiss me like that, still feels like Mexico

    Still feels like those summer days
    Those nights we went a little crazy
    Who cares if we never go back
    When you kiss me like that, still feels like Mexico

    Still feels like Mexico
    Oh, it feels like Mexico
    Still feels like Mexico
    Feels like Mexico Writer/s: JON RANDALL, TOMMY LEE JAMES
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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