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John Anderson performs "Straight Tequila Night"

"Straight Tequila Night" is a song written by Debbie Hupp and Kent Robbins, and recorded by American country music singer John Anderson. It was released in December 2, 1991 as the second single from Anderson's album Seminole Wind. It reached number-one on the country charts in the United States and Canada. It was Anderson's first number one song since 1983 and considered his comeback single.

 

The song is a mid-tempo number in which the narrator is a person counseling a man in a tavern, who is regarding a frequent female patron. The narrator advises the man not to speak with her when she is consuming straight tequila because it will make her think of her former significant other with whom she had recently ended a relationship, adding that she is otherwise friendly especially when consuming any other alcoholic beverage.

John Anderson - Straight Tequila Night Lyrics

 

If you really want to know

She comes here a lot

She just loves to hear the music and dance

K13 is her favorite song

If you play it you might have a chance

Tonight she's only sippin' white wine

She's friendly, and fun lovin'

Most of the time

 

But don't ask her on a straight tequila night

She'll start thinkin' about him, and she's ready to fight

Blames her broken heart on every man in sight

On a straight tequila night

 

Here's a glass of chablis, some quarters and change

Maybe you can turn her love life around

Then she won't need the salt or the lime anymore

To shoot that old memory down

Just remember her heart's on the mend

So if you ever come back to see her again

 

Don't ask her on a straight tequila night

She'll start thinkin' about him, and she's ready to fight

Blames her broken heart on every man in sight

On a straight tequila night

 

Don't ask her on a straight tequila night

She'll start thinkin' about him, and she's ready to fight

Blames her broken heart on every man in sight

On a straight tequila night

 

But don't ask her on a straight tequila night

She'll start thinkin' about him, and she's ready to fight

Blames her broken heart on every man in sight

On a straight tequila night



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