"I Need a Margarita" as written by and Tony Carl/holmes Mullins....
Met a little senorita named Margarita down in Mexico
She taught me more about love in a day or two than I'll ever know
I had to go back across the Rio Grande
And leave that little girl behind
I can't believe how heavy she's laying on my mind

Oh tonight I need a Margarita and I need it bad
I'm hoping that the tequila is gonna take me back
Give me the salt and the lime
So I can taste her and hold her one last time
Oh tonight I need a Margarita and I need her bad

Those eyes and that smile they drove me while, I just couldn't resist
I couldn't get enough from our first touch to our last kiss
I never understood a single word she said
Oh but she left no doubt
When she spoke to me in the language of love
She turned my world inside out

Oh tonight I need a Margarita and I need it bad
I'm hoping that the tequila is gonna take me back
Give me the salt and the lime
So I can taste her and hold her one last time
Oh tonight I need a Margarita and I need her bad


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"I Need a Margarita" as written by Monty H. Holmes Dana Hunt

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