"Straight Tequila Night" as written by Kent M. Robbins and Debbie Hupp....
If you really want to know, she comes here a lot
She just loves to hear the music and dance
thirteen is her favorite song, if you play it you might have a chance
Tonight she's only sipping white wine
She's friendly and fun loving most of the time
Chorus
But don't ask her on a straight tequila night
She'll start thinking about him, then she's ready to fight
Blames her broken heart on every man in sight
On a straight tequila night
Here's a glass of chablis and some quarters in change
Maybe you can turn her love life around
Then she won't the salt or the lime anymore
To shoot that old memory down
Just remember her heart's on the mend
If you ever come back to see her again
Chorus
Don't ask her on a straight tequila night
She'll start thinking about him, then she's ready to fight
Blames her broken heart on every man in sight
On a straight tequila night


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"Straight Tequila Night" as written by Kent M. Robbins Debbie Hupp

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    General Comment"But don't ask her on a straight tequila night
    She'll start thinking about him
    And she's ready to fight
    Blames her broken heart on every man in sight
    On a straight tequila night
    "
    MusicalOddityon June 05, 2006   Link
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    General CommentOnly in the first run of the chorus though ;)
    MusicalOddityon June 05, 2006   Link
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    General Commenthaha, I feel so silly! I love this song and always thought he said

    "Then she won't need the song or that line anymore"

    but it's really,

    "She won't need the salt or the lime anymore."

    I might just keep singing it the wrong way :)
    alissakissaon November 10, 2009   Link
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    General CommentJohn Anderson is really short,but a great musician. :)
    redshiftdazzleron December 17, 2011   Link
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    My InterpretationThis song is about a woman who avoids dealing with her 'broken heart.' She just wants to escape through listening to music and dancing, but when her poison kicks in, tequila, then her suppressed feelings and emotions erupt like a volcano. The singer is giving advice to someone interested in her company. He seems to support the girl for handling herself the way she does out of respect for personal choice, but still cautions others to be careful with her fragile nature.
    graysunshineon February 27, 2012   Link

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