"Mexican Moon" as written by and Johnette Lin Napolitano....
Mexican Moon
Oh, amigo
Here we do things slow
Money, art, a broken heart
Where did you want to go
Senor, por favor
To the hotel, Zona Rosa
What did I come here for

Oh, senor
I run but the damage has been done
Miles have gone away
And my amore he never come

I look up at the sky
I am tired and dry
Uno Tecate and lime.
Thinking of you underneath the Mexican moonlight
Thinking of you underneath the Mexican moon
Thinking of you underneath the Mexican moon

Senor, you are wise
I can see a million years
A million tears behind your eyes
Take me home
Take me to the Zona Rosa
Mariachis and tequila
I will dance the night alone

Just some time
Just a little kiss of mine
Take me where I can forget, senor
You are so very kind

I look up at the sky
I am tired and dry
Dos Tecate and lime
Thinking of you underneath the Mexican moonlight
Thinking of you underneath the Mexican moon (2x)

I look up at the sky
I will try not to cry
Tres Tecate and lime
Thinking of you underneath the Mexican moonlight
Thinking of you underneath the Mexican moon (4x)


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"Mexican Moon" as written by Johnette Lin Napolitano

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    General CommentAmazingly hypnotic track. Great to listen to whilst driving at night.....in fact the whole album makes for a great road album.
    CalebAStaron June 04, 2004   Link
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    General CommentAnything Concrete Blonde makes for a good road album.
    voydlanderon January 20, 2007   Link
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    General CommentTen years after its first comment, still a timeless track. Sexy as hell.
    Noizemaker31on May 10, 2014   Link
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    General CommentI love this song. I absolutely love it.

    To me it represents ending up with the wrong person. For whatever reason. I'll be there some day too. It's incredibly sad. But easy to relate to. Love this song.
    JarrettCastilloon October 18, 2015   Link

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