James Taylor performs “Mexico” and “Your Smiling Face” in Martha’s Vinyard 1992. Way down here you need a reason to move Feel a fool running your stateside games Lose your load, leave your mind behind Baby Jane Oh, Mexico It sounds so simple I just got to go The sun’s so hot I forgot to go home Guess I’ll have to go now Americano got the sleepy eye But his body’s still shaking like a live wire Sleepy Seorita with the eyes on fire Oh, Mexico It sounds so sweet with the sun sinking low The moon’s so bright like to light up the night Make everything all right Baby’s hungry and the money’s all gone The folks back home don’t want to talk on the phone She gets a long letter, sends back a postcard Times are hard Oh, down in Mexico I never really been so I don’t really know Oh, Mexico I guess I’ll have to go Oh, Mexico I never really been but I’d sure like to go Oh, Mexico I guess I’ll have to go now Talking ’bout in Mexico In a honky tonk down in Mexico Oh, Mexico Mexico, Mexico Oh, Mexico Mexico, Mexico Oh, Mexico Mexico, Mexico Whenever I see your smiling face, I have to smile myself Because I love you, yes, I do. And when you give me that pretty little pout, It turns me inside out. There’s something about you, baby, I don’t know. Isn’t it amazing a man like me Can feel this way, Tell me how much longer, It could grow stronger every day. Oh, how much longer? I thought I was in love a couple of times Before with the girl next door, But that was long before I met you, Now I’m

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