"Coahuila" as written by and Bethea Hammond....
I turned my microwave on and I cooked my chicken ravioli
The last ten years of my life I've been feeling kind of lonely
I don't do love, I don't do women named Hannah
And I don't do red haired girls from Louisiana

I'm suffering from a kind of indecision
About what I'm going to watch on television
And I'll dream tonight of dancing in Coahuila
With a little brown haired girl and her tequila

My mama always seems to sing the same song
You'll never meet no decent girls at Dallas honky-tonks
What she says is true with that I must agree
'Cause any girl worth having wouldn't have a thing to do with me

And I'm suffering from a kind of indecision
About what I'm going to watch on television
And I'll dream tonight of dancing in Coahuila
With a little brown haired girl and her tequila

I'm sitting here just sucking on my cavity, cavity
Thinking of the things you used to say to me tragedy
And I'm suffering from a kind of indecision
About a little brown haired girl, a little brown haired girl
A little brown haired girl and her tequila



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"Coahuila" as written by Murray Hammond Kendall Dewayne Bethea

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