(words and music by Brian Kious and Randall Belt)
Meet me down in Mexico and treat me like the fool I'm supposed to be.
Let me rest into your nest and lay my head down in your nursery.
You got lots of parking space and no one's giving me the third degree.
I don't mind the coffee stains and I don't mind the loose strands 'round your braids.
Maybe we could walk about and maybe we could talk it out down on me.
But your loose lips just won't sink my ship. Don't you have a mind to misbehave?
Money talks and bull$hit walks, I guess I know now why you walked away.
Oh lover spat! Hey Kitty Kat, this song's for that night you got on your knees!
But London Bridge is falling down and I can't seem to get the best of me.
Oh Mama-san, I made a mess. Maybe we should step out. Don't you think?
And tumble down your minstrel steps and roll around 'til we fall in the drink.
If love's the strongest thing you got then you can just go dump mine down the sink.
(C) (P) 2012 Randall Belt (ASCAP) and Brian Kious (ASCAP), Barleyfields Records (ASCAP)
Album - song notes:
The leading vocal is sung by Brian (also written by him) who changed his voice a bit to capture the mood of the song, with Randy singing the harmonies, also with a bit of voice change to match the leading vocal with harmonies. Casey sat in with us on this one for some of the background vocals, Casey taking the high harmonies, Randy the low harmonies. What's the song about? Well, thats for the listener to decide. It's a "lovers spat". Brian played all guitars on this one, Randy the bass, and session drummer Ron Vogt played the drums. Randy produced it. At one point in the studio Randy's cat sat in and did some meowing, but that got cut out of the final mix. Poor kitty. Maybe an anthology will have it in someday.