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Tequila lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, this
is a fun to do country song recorded by Jim Reeves.
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Drinking Tequila Recorded by Jim Reeves Written by Bob Center
C G7 I'm just gettin' back from Juarez Mexico C And I'll tell you something I want you to know G7 My poor head is achin' it throbs and it swirls C From drinking tequila and teasin' the girls
G7 Don't get me wrong because I'm not complainin' C I have no regrets I am only explainin' G7 For all of you fellows that ain't had the thrill C Of drinkin' tequila and teasin' the girls
G7 Oooh-ha happy tonight C The maidens are dancing out in the moonlight G7 Oooh-ha on top of the world C Drinkin' tequila and teasin' the girls
G7 Moonlight and flowers make night so appealin' C The breeze from the garden comes tenderly stealin' G7 A beautiful maiden then whispers your name C And suddenly both of your hearts are aflame
G7 Her dark eyes are gleamin' her raven hair shinin' C You pull her up closer your hearts are entwinnin' G7 Her warm lips are thrillin' you're out of this world C From drinkin' tequila and teasin' the girls
G7 If down in Juarez you should happen to be C The Cafe El Gusto's the place you should see G7 They claim that they have and I know it's so C The prettiest dancers in old Mexico
G7 When Spanish maidens start squirmin' and dancin' C It's sure to set any young heart to romancin' G7 Your troubles get lighter your worries unfurl C While drinkin' tequila and teasin' the girls
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