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Cigars, Guitars and Margaritas
Featuring Doug Adkins  - Montana USA


Written by: Barry P. Foley
Copyright @ 20 October 2014 Finished 27 Feb 2019

I need to go back down to Cabo,
The sea breeze helps me write my songs
But it's too much fun to go all by myself
Called my buddy Doug, to come along

There’s 2 feet of snow up where Doug lives
Around this time of  year
Told him pack your golf clubs and sunscreen
Trade that snow for sunshine and beer

Chorus
We'll have Cubans Cigars, Martin Guitars
And pitchers of  margaritas
We'll play golf in the day, we'll waste away
Our nights with pretty senoritas

Buy some fresh fish from the market
We write songs in the afternoon
Fire up the grill and cooks us a trill
And sing all our new tunes!

Me and Barry go way back
We met out on radio
We share a love for a good cigar
Golf and old Mexico

We’ll have the time, to make new rhymes
We been planning since I don't know when
The snow and the cold will wait to you get back
Or maybe it will be gone by then

Chorus
We'll have Cubans Cigars, Martin Guitars
And pitchers of  margaritas
We'll play golf in the day, we'll waste away
Our nights with pretty senoritas
Buy some fresh limes from the market
We write songs in the afternoon
We’ll make it all rhyme, with Tequila, salt and lime,
And howl at the  moon

TAG  We’ll  make it all rhyme, with  Tequila, salt and lime,
howling at the  moon