"Mexican Girl" as written by O'neil Bryan, Trevor James, Paul Crossdale and P. Howell....
El hombre senorita (senorita) tenorita
Ladies, I am here to tell a story
About a lady I met in Mexico
This is my story
Cross in the bottle
You wish to listen (to listen, to listen) of El Paso (turn up your volume) eating a taco (shizzle)
Ma and my girlfriend listen (listen, listen)

[Verse 1]
She say I'm a vato
Gangsta live is my mato
From the day that I spot tou
I know that I got tou
Playing my banjo
Me and my hombre named Poncho
I would like to get some of your ellegro gato

Who is that stranger coming in from Santiago?
Leaving his mark on the girl on the were like carro
She is my Mexican girl, for the ladies senorita (ah-ha)
She is my Mexican girl, A hombre, listen its not finished

[Verse 2]
She say I'm a playa
She don't want no straya
My sweet senorita
My tia Mira
I not a heart-breaka
I am a love maka
I'm not from Mexico
I am from Jamaica

Who is that stranger coming in from Santiago?
Leaving his mark on the girl on the were like carro
She is my Mexican girl, shizzle, dedicate this for all the ladies all over
She is my Mexican girl, ladies, shizzle shizzle

[Verse 3]
Every night by my bedside
I pray for the West side
Including the desert
Although it's the dead side
This Mexican woman
Deserves a good man
To give her affection
And know satisfaction
Who is that stranger coming in from Santiago?
Leaving his mark on the girl on the were like carro
She is my Mexican girl (ah-ha) ladies (ah-ha) all over shizzle (ah-ha)
She is my Mexican girl (ah-ha) (ah-ha) shizzle A hombre (ah-ha)

Dedicate this for the ladies
Mexico, the West side
East side, New York
London
How could I forget about Jamaica?


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"Mexican Girl" as written by Patrick Howell O'neil Norman Bryan

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