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Tequila Talkin' lyrics

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I called about that conversation
That I had with you last night
It must have been a combination
Of shooters and neon lights
I didn't really mean to say
"I've been losing it since you left"
Yeah, I may have said the words
But they came from somewhere else

It was just the tequila talkin'
When I told you I'm still not over you
I get a little sentimental
When I've had one or two
And that tear in my eye
Was the salt and the lime
Not the memory of you walkin'
If I said I'm still in love with you
It was just the tequila talkin'

I don't know what they put in Cuervo
That got me to say those things
Usually I wouldn't care so much
Or make such a scene
But seeing you there in that dress you were wearing
Just drove me right out of my head
So don't hold me responsible
For anything I might have said

It was just the tequila talkin'
When I told you I'm still not over you
I get a little sentimental
When I've had one or two
And that tear in my eye
Was the salt and the lime
Not the memory of you walkin'
If I said I'm still in love with you
It was just the tequila talkiin'

If I said I'm still in love with you
It was just the tequila talkin'



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