Lyrics: Mando Saenz – Come Out Tonight

From Mando’s Second CD “Bucket” Available at Red River Market.
Read the Texas / Red Dirt Review (Here)

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So come out tonight
I’ll be waiting for you now, it’s all right
The past is over
Save your silences for some other day again
I’m not full of sense but I’m not afraid to want you back, to want you back

So pick up the phone
It’s been ringing there for hours all alone
Oh so patiently
‘Cause I’m the one who’s telling you it’s my fault again
Won’t you lend an ear ’cause I’m the one who off and went away, I went away

So tell me about your relatives in Birmingham
Don’t tell me about the picture show
Tell me about the picker with a steady hand but a long, long way to
Go for what you wanted, isn’t he sweet
Did he buy you a souvenir?
And tell me about the drummer with the steady beat who was talking in your ear

Don’t stand by the fire
‘Cause I’m not looking for a bird on a wire
To sit there waiting for me
I’ll be in the midnight scenery against it all again
I’d be with you ordinarily, with no choice but to stop and stare, to stop and stare

So tell me about your relatives in Birmingham
Don’t tell me about the picture show
Tell me about the picker with a steady hand but a long, long way to
Go for what you wanted, isn’t he sweet
Did he buy you a souvenir?
And tell me about the drummer with the steady beat who was talking in your ear

I’ll be waiting for you now
It’s alright it’s alright
I’ll be waiting for you now
It’s alright it’s alright
Come out tonight

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