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She Always Talked About Mexico lyrics and chords are intended for your
personal use only, it's a very good country song co-written and
recorded by David Ball.
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She Always Talked About Mexico Recorded by David Ball Written by Wood Newton and David Ball
C Em F She blew into this old one horse town G7 C Like something we ain't never seen Em F Old Bill hired her at the Sundown Grill G7 She tied that apron around her jeans
F C I started hanging out there every night F G7 Just to hear her talk and laugh C Em F I couldn't help but fall in love with her G7 C I should've known it wouldn't last
F She always talked about Mexico G7 C I never thought that she would really go Am F Thought my love could make her settle down G7 C I guess I know better now
F She's probably livin' down there by the sea G7 C I wonder if she ever thinks of me Am F One morning she was gone like the wind G7 C She won't be back this way again
Em F Old Bill could tell that I was missin' her G7 C As he poured me a drink Em F Said if you put a wild bird in a cage G7 You'll break it's will to sing
F C If that's true then she's better off F G7 Still out there wild and free C Em F So I bought straight tequila all around G7 C Said boy here's to her memory
G7 C She won't be back this way again G7 C She won't be back this way again G7 C Oh back this way again G7 C Oh back this way again
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