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22 Aug - 3 min - Uploaded by ClassicRockFan95 James Taylor performs Mexico live at the Blossom Music Center in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio July. "Mexico" is a song written by James Taylor that first appeared as the opening track of his album Gorilla. It was released as a single, with the album's title Lyrics and music - Reception - Other appearances. “Mexico” was the ‘A’ side of James Taylor’s second single release for his album ‘Gorilla’. “Mexico” peaked at #49 on the Billboard Hot but reached #5 on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart. “JT (James Taylor) told Leeza Gibbons in that “Mexico.
Lyrics to "Mexico" song by James Taylor: Way down here, you need a reason to move. Feel a fool running your stateside games Lose your load, l. Lyrics and video for the song "Mexico" by James Taylor. 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.
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Can you name the lyrics to 'Mexico' by James Taylor? Test your knowledge on this music quiz to see how you do and compare your score to others. Quiz by. James Taylor (2) · Mexico. originally released January 1, on Warner Bros. Records. $3 - Vinyl (7", Promo) (Used). Add to Cart. Make Offer. VG+ Condition. Lyrics to 'Mexico' by James Taylor: 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. A common thread of fan folklore about the song is that JT went to Mexico but became so ill he couldn't leave his hotel room – thus “I've never really been.” JT told.