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Jerrod Niemann – Down In Mexico lyrics

It was three A. M, got a call from my friends in Tijuana
Said, "We're down in Mexico. Man you oughta go
"Hop a plane if you wanna

"We've been soakin' up the sun here having fun
"Hanging out on the beach and drinkin'"
As I packed my bags, couldn't help but laugh as I got to thinkin'

Can you really be down in Mexico
With sweet drinks in hand, girls with cinnamon tans
Don't mix with tears, you know
From Monterrey to Tampico Bay
No matter how far south you go
Can you really be down in Mexico

So here I am surrounded by sand and clear water
Watching the sun shine, making tan lines
Don't know which is hotter

Mariachi band don't play the blues, and
That proves it's the only place
That you can have a broken heart and a smile on your face

Can you really be down in Mexico
With sweet drinks in hand, girls with cinnamon tans
Don't mix with tears, you know
From Monterrey to Tampico Bay
No matter how far south you go
Can you really be down in Mexico

Oh, from Monterrey to Tampico Bay
No matter how far south you go
Can you really be down in Mexico

Can you really be down in Mexico



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