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Rain lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a
very pretty country song recorded by Johnny Rodriguez.
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Mexico Rain Recorded by Johnny Rodriguez Written by Michael Hearne [3/4 time]
C G7 F C Well the smoke cuts the lights in this honky tonk bar F And I’m thinking where I’d rather be C G7 C Maybe chasing senoritas here in Old Mexico D7 G7 Or standing on the edge of the sea
C G7 F C Well if I had the money I tell you honey F We’d be on that first plane to Spain G7 C F But as long as we’re here oh the answer is clear G7 C We’ll waltz in the Mexico rain
F C G7 C (Mexico R-a-in) Lord it’s hot down in Texas F C G7 C (Mexico R-a-in) yeah I call this my home F C And if I ain’t happy here then I ain’t happy nowhere F G7 C Mexico rain when my mind starts to roam
G7 F C The lights of the city keep calling my name F Yeah but I’ve been through that before C G7 C It’s just a giant hotel on a long four lane street D7 G7 With the check out time on the door
C G7 F C Well if I had the money I tell you honey F We’d be on that New Delhi plane G7 C F But as long as we’re here Lord the answer is clear G7 C We’ll waltz in the Mexico rain
G7 F C I’ve been drinking all day with a man at the bar F He sure seems unhappy to me C G7 C He said he’s going nowhere and going there fast D7 G7 He envies this life that I lead
C G7 F C Well if I had the money I tell you honey F I’d keep him from going insane G7 C F There’s one thing for sure Lord there ain’t no cure G7 C Like a walk in the Mexico rain
F C Well if I ain’t happy here then I ain’t happy nowhere F G7 C Mexico rain when my mind starts to roam
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