"Mexico" as written by and Ronald Paul Morin....
My baby loves a talisman and a holy ghost
My baby loves the moon shine and the urchin smoke
She loves lotus swamp banjos under cypress groves
But my baby she don't love me no more

My baby loves her addiction and a stolen pearls
Loves her conviction to frozen world
She loves drunk galleys, telephones
But my baby she don't love me no more

My baby loves a monkey and the burglars wine
My baby loves the dungeon and matters of time
She loves blood red roses, December snow
But my baby she don't love me no more

My baby loves the city and the social crutch
My baby loves a cop and his brutal touch
My baby loves my money and Mexico
But my baby she don't love me no more




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"Mexico" as written by Ronald Paul Morin

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    General CommentI just stumbled across this song on Pandora by feeding in Jason Webley and Tom Waits. On the slim chance that you like Gill Landry but haven't listened to the others, I'm just connecting the dots here and leaving a comment so my activity log will bookmark this song.

    And the punchline to this film noir portrait...
    "My baby loves my money and Mexico, but my baby she don't love me no more."
    gementon February 08, 2012   Link

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