Who Sang Mexico? Chris Hillman

Release information
Release Date: 1993
Genre: Folk, World, & Country
Style: Bluegrass
length: 3:08
Some other versions of "Mexico"

Lyrics

Souther

She was here for the weekend
We were never really such good friends
You think the story's got to have an end
So you're making it up as you go
Baby you were on a holiday in Mexico
Spending your daddy's dough
I guess I got so lonely without you
I had to let somebody know
It was never like our love
I don't know what I was thinking of
But she gave me such a friendly shove
I could never say no
Baby you were on a holiday in Mexico
Spending your daddy's dough
I guess I got so lonely without you
I had to let somebody know
I might as well be walking the streets of Reynosa
Wearing out my shoes
I could be walking the streets of Reynosa
With nothing to do
Instrumental (Mandolin)
No, it didn't take a thing from you
I was yours and the lady knew
Why you could even say that we were true
She was a friend of yours you know
Baby you were on a holiday in Mexico
Spending your daddy's dough
I guess I got so lonely without you
I had to let somebody know
Baby you were on a holiday in Mexico
Spending your daddy's dough
I guess I got so lonely without you
I had to let somebody know


Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 Tomorrow Is a Long Time
  • 2 The Taker
  • 3 Here Today & Gone Tomorrow
  • 4 Morning Sky
  • 5 Ripple
  • 6 Good Time Charlie's Got the Blues
  • 7 Don't Let Your Sweet Love Die
  • 8 Mexico
  • 9 It's Happening to You
  • 10 Hickory Wind

  • Release information
    label: Sugar Hill Records
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    barcode: 015891372921
    script: Latin