John Lawrence Schick
THE SUN, THE MOON, AND MEXICO
By: John Lawrence Schick
Catalog ID: 542427   Duration: 4:02   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 129   Vocal: Male Vocals
Genre: Tropical Latin Music | Tropical Pop
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Lyrics by Cal Francis DiFalco. A tropical romantic song with vocals. A Mexican "Love Boat" vibe, with a Manilow vocal touch. Ideal for travel and romantic applications. Romantic relationships.   Keywords: Passion Mexico South of the Border Rhythmic Heartbreak Romance Travel Love Boat Fun Bittersweet Sexy Dramatic Bar Drinking Lonely Vocal Fun in the Sun Love



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Lyrics:
The Sun, the Moon, and Mexico
Lyrics: Cal Francis DiFalco
Music: John Lawrence Schick

There’s a frozen margarita in the corner of the bar 

And another senorita, and an old Spanish guitar 

And the lure of Acapulco, has faded long ago 

And I’m drinking with the locals,
’cause I’ve got nowhere to go 



There’s a girl in Amarillo, who I can’t get off my mind 

When I lay upon my pillow, there are answers I can’t find 

Well I thought a little venture, might help to ease the pain 

But my off the cuff adventure, has proved itself mundane 



Yeah the sun and moon and Mexico, are only in the way 

Of a craving that I cant let go, how I need you here today 

And I thought a late siesta, might help me close my eyes 

To the desperate way I’ve missed you, but it’s only crystallized 



There are Spanish words around me, there is laughter and there’s cheer 

And the memories surround me, and take me far away from here 

Yes it seems my little haven, has only been another hell 

And it’s really not worth saving, yeah I guess it’s just as well 



'Cause the sun and moon and Mexico, are only in the way 

Of a craving that I cant let go, how I need you here today 

And I thought a late siesta, might help me close my eyes 

To the dire way I’ve missed you, but it’s only crystallized

La la la la la la Mexico
La la la la la la Mexico
And I thought a late siesta, might help me close my eyes 
To the desperate way I’ve missed you, but it’s only crystallized 

La la la...
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