Coahuila Lyrics

Old 97's


writers: Kendall Dewayne Bethea, Murray Hammond, Philip Wayne Peeples, Stewart Ransom Miller
album: Track 5 in album Drag It Up
release date: 2004-7-24
popularity : 28 users have visited this page.
genres: Rock Pop Folk, World, & Country
length: 2:28

Album Information

label: New West Records
country(area): United States
format: CD
barcode: 607396605729
script: Latin

Cover Art

Old 97's Drag It Up cover art


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The last ten years of my life I’ve been feeling kind of lonely
I don’t do love I don’t do women named Hannah
And I don’t do red haired girls from Louisiana

And I’m suffering from a kind of indecision
About what I’m going to watch on television
I’ll dream tonight of dancing in Coahuila
With a little brown haired girl and her tequila

My mama always seems to sing the same song
You’ll never meet no decent girls at Dallas honky-tonks
What she says is true with that I must agree
‘Cause any girl worth having wouldn’t have a thing to do with me

I’m sitting here just sucking on my cavity cavity


Track Listing

CD 1
  • 1 Won't Be Home
  • 2 Moonlight
  • 3 Borrowed Bride
  • 4 Smokers
  • 5 Coahuila
  • 6 Blinding Sheets of Rain
  • 7 Valium Waltz
  • 8 In the Satellite Rides a Star
  • 9 The New Kid
  • 10 Bloomington
  • 11 Adelaide
  • 12 Friends Forever
  • 13 No Mother