I Woke Up In New Orleans - Lucero

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I couldn't out drink anyone for nothing
But I'd act like it 'til I puked or passed out
Oh most nights I could get away with something
These days I don't seem to stand so proudShe asked me why can't I just stop drinking
Come on babe, we both know it's too late
Oh for either one of us to still be thinking
That I could live my life some other wayI woke up in New Orleans
Angry at the world and all alone
I want you to know darling
I love you and I want to come back homeIt was less than graceful ladies I've said we'll see
I've drank with scoundrels, tramps and god damn fools
Oh but I don't think that much care if it kills me
Living life the mans just passing throughThe last few years were stitched with floss and pipe dreams
A quilt of poor intentions raveled out
Oh but it was you who took me in and saved me
It seems I've paid you back with slack and broken vowsAnd I woke up in New Orleans
Angry at the world and all alone
I want you to know darling
I love you and I want to come back homeI know it should have been easy
Its too late to change the path I chose
This might not count for nothing
Just want you to knowI woke up in New Orleans
Angry at the world and all alone
I want you to know darling
I love you and I want to come back home
I love you and I want to come back home ml

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There is more than one artist with this name.
1) an American alt-country band based in Memphis, Tennessee
2) a Mexican singer and actress 1) Lucero is an American country-punk rock band that is based in Memphis, Tennessee. Their punk rock roots flavour their now "country-ish" music, while their Southern roots give them the twang that they have come to be known by. The band played for the first time in early 1998. Since 2001, they have played between 150 and 200 shows a year across the United States and Canada. They have released eight full-length albums, the latest entitled Women & Work.


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