Alien​-​American

by Tequila Mockingbird

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Two shots of Rock with a spash of Alt-Country.
Genre: Rock: American Trad Rock
Release Date: 2004

Denver-based band Tequila Mockingbird serves up a huge shot of genre-bending rock. Since 1996, their infectious repertoire of original, catchy tunes steeped in American roots music has been delighting audiences across the Rocky Mountain Region, proving they’ve got the drive, endurance, talent and stamina worthy of acclaim.

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released January 1, 2004

Label: Lazy-Bird Records
Produced by: Eric Shiveley and Tequila Mockingbird
Members: Wendy Clark-Vocals, Dan Paschke-Lead Guitar, Mark Mauldin-Guitar, Rhett Haney-Bass/Vocals, Rob Cameron-Drums

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Track Name: The Honeymoon
The Honeymoon (3:29) the honeymoon’s not the same without you but i’m remaining optimistic my love just ain’t the same without you but i probably won’t be coming home it’s true but it’s alright yeah it’s alright never could write a love song about you without it sounding too sarcastic used to think the world about you but my universe is so elastic but it’s alright yeah it’s alright the sun-bleached sand where we used to stay i want to move so far away we would dwell here most each and every day i want to move so far away those vacations we would take without you i once believed were so fantastic thought i touched the heart inside you found that it was made of plastic but it’s alright yeah it’s alright the sun-bleached sand where we used to stay i want to move so far away we would dwell here almost each and every day i want to move so far away it’s not a pretty picture but i needed to get a shot i tried to write our story without a broken plot the honeymoon’s not the same without you but i’m remaining optimistic my love just ain’t the same without you but i probably won’t be coming home it’s true but it’s alright yeah it’s alright the sun-bleached sand where we used to stay i want to move so far away we would dwell here most each and every day i want to move so far away so far away so far away so far away