Mexico (ft. Clara Wilson)

by Kevin Stokley

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The new single from Kevin Stokley's upcoming self-titled EP out March 2018.

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I know it's just a Tuesday night in Tenessee
And it's raining outside
A list of things you don't wanna do
It's just weighing on you

I'm on my way
Gonna shake things up
Call you senorita
Put salt on your coffee cup
Turn on those chili pepper lights
‘Cause baby tonight

I wanna be your Mexico
Tequila glow
The sun on your skin where your dress used to go
Let your hair fall down
I'll spin you around
‘Til there's nothing on your pretty mind to worry about
Girl, let my arms be the place you can't wait to go
I wanna be your Mexico

Turn the thermostat up to 83
Sit back and relax in the ceiling fan breeze
You wanna hear the ocean or feel the sand
Well close your eyes baby and I'll do what I can

I wanna be your Mexico
Tequila glow
The sun on your skin where your dress used to go
Let your hair fall down
I'll spin you around
‘Til there's nothing on your pretty mind to worry about
Girl, let my arms be the place you can't wait to go
I wanna be your Mexico
I wanna be your Mexico

Make you feel like your miles away
Just swaying to the rhythm of the mariachi
I whisper to you in broken English
We don't need plans girl, we can wing it



Lyrics © Creative Nation Music, Kobalt Music, Warner Chappell.

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released February 2, 2018
Acoustic, Bass, Electrics, Mandolin, Lap Steel: Brandon Autry
Acoustic, Drums, Keys, Mandolin, Percussion: Kevin Stokley
Background Vocals: Clara Wilson

Songwriters: Connie Harrington, Steve Moakler, Caitlyn Smith

Mixed and Mastered by Gone Coastal Productions


© Copyright Creative Nation Music, Kobalt Music, Warner Chappell
℗ 2018 Gone Coastal Records. All Rights Reserved.

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Kevin Stokley Cincinnati, Ohio

“Kevin Stokley has magnified and glorified the intersecting sweet spot of love for distinctly country music, swelling guitar string arrangements and the tricky craft of writing songs that are both intensely personal and universally identifiable.”

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