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Mexican Girl  Smokie

Jua[G]nita came to me last night and she cried over and over,
Ooh Daddy [C]I love you yo[D]u know and I think it's the moo[G]nlight,
She[G] looked so fine well she looked alright and she moaned,
Ooh Daddy [C]move over oh b[D]aby you know what I like and I think
it's the mo[G]onlight.
Mad[G]e in Mexico, schooled in France ooh la lovin' [C]she needed
no teachin'
Oh m[D]an I can say international ways I believe [G]in.      [D]

Mexican [C]girl don't leave me alone,
I gotta h[G]eart as big as a stone and I n[D]eed you believe me
to be here and love me to[G]night. [D]
Mexi[C]can girl I want you to stay you know my [G]heart is
longing to say th[D]at as long as I live I wil[Am]l always
remember t[C]he one that I called[D] my Mexican girl[G].

Her skin was soft as the velvet sky and her hair it shone
in the moonlight,
And as the music did play well the night turned to day and
I held her tight,
Then she looked at me with her dark brown eyes and she
whispered hasta la vista.
Well I don't know what it means but it sounded so good so
I kissed her.




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