"Not Enough Tequila" as written by Jim Brown and Erin Enderlin....
Winters are grey in Tennessee
That don't usually get to me
But here lately I've bin missin' the sun

So I caught a plane to cousin Lille
Thought a, weekend in that salty air would do me good
At least I thought it would

[Chorus]
Here I sit with a drink in my hand
Local canteena with a sign hanging sayin'
Something in Spanish bout
Let the good times roll
Between the sandy beeches and the margaritas
Thought I'd find a way to let you go
But there's not enough tequila in Mexico

Your memory didn't come around.
No not until the sun went down
And I startin' wishin' I had you to hold

It's a feelin that just won't fade
Even a thousand miles away
I still want you back: with every glass

[Chorus]

Between the sandy beeches and the margaritas
I thought I'd find a way to let you go
But there's not enough tequila in Mexico


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"Not Enough Tequila" as written by James Brown Emily Erin Enderlin

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