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Featuring Blake Shelton

Empty house, empty rooms,
Empty bottle of Patrone.
I need to go out, but not around here.
There ain't nowhere we haven't gone.

There's this travel agent that I know
That says Cazumel's real nice.
And so he got me a deal on a flight and a room
And a little bit of free advice.

Don't drink the water.
I told him that's OK.
I ain't goin' down to Mexico
To drink the water anyway.

Blake, ain't you been there before?
(Blake)
Yeah, I've been there a time or two.
They've got some sweet senioritas
That are more than glad to meet ya.
But I'm telling you boy, whatever you do...

Don't drink the water.
(Brad)
OK, OK.
I ain't goin' down to Mexico
To drink the water anyway.

Corona or Tacate, or my old frind Jose.
I ain't goin' down to Mexico
To drink the water anyway.

On this trip, anything I sip
Better have a kick and a burn.
Strong enough to get you off my mind,
Pickle my liver and a little grub worm.

Here we go...

Don't dring the water.
That's what they say.
But I ain't goin' down to Mexico
To drink the water anyway.

No one I know goes to Mexico
To drink the water anyway.



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