"Mexico" as written by and Brian David/clyne Blush....
Here comes another song about Mexico
I just can't help myself
I lost my old lady
Got my lures
Got my bobbers

Now I'm gonna go
Got off in the wrong direction
Found a hooker and lost my erection
So I had to lie
In the letter to the boys back home

Now the good guys and the bad guys
Never work past noon around here
They sit side to side in cantinas
Talk to senoritas
And drink warm beer

Here comes the same old verse about Mexico
We just can't help ourselves
We lost our old ladies
Got our lures
Got our bobbers
Now we're gonna go

Got off in the wrong direction
Found some hookers and lost my erections
And we had to lie
In the letter to the boys back home

So the good guys and the bad guys
Never work past noon around here
They sit side to side in Cantinas
Talk to senoritas
And drink warm beer

So the good guys and the bad guys
Never work past noon around here
They sit side to side in Cantinas
Talk to senoritas
And drink warm beer


Lyrics submitted by rabidpenguin

"Mexico" as written by Brian Blush Arthur "buddy" Edwards

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General CommentI had the opportunity to see Roger Clyne do a show with his drummer at the Bowery Ballroom in NYC. The started the show with this song, and since there was only two of them, they used gazoos to cover the part of the mariachi band. Incredible idea, incredible show.
    barfolimewon December 04, 2004   Link
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    General CommentRoger ALWAYS puts on an incredible show. Living in DC, we only got to see him once every year or two. We've moved west, and now see him 2-3 times a year. Vivan los Peacemakers!
    zigafuon March 11, 2006   Link
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    General Commentwhat do you think he means by the good guys and the bad guys never work past noon around here
    dadams309on May 26, 2009   Link

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