David Maxwell

David Maxwell

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Rock - Roots/Rock n' Roll | Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Total Song Plays: 98   
Member Since: 2007
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Plays:

56

Song Description

A lonely young man makes his first visit to the exotic Mexican coast, and immediately falls for a dark-eyed senorita.

Lyrics

Sweet Señorita


Ooh sweet señorita, with the skirt slit past your knee
Don't you know I'm lonely, won't you come and dance with me?
Well your dark eyes are sending me signals
Are you old enough to know your own mind?
'Cause I've been waiting for so long
For someone like you to be mine

(Chorus)
Never been in love before, so I'm not sure if it feels like this
Señorita quiero su amor, beseme a little kiss

When the stars started shining their night lights, and the smell of the sea drifted in
Well the moon knew it was the right time, for romance to begin
And your dark hair falls so beautifully, on your shoulders golden brown
I just know that you and me, tonight we'll paint the town

(Chorus)
Never been in love before, so I'm not sure if it feels like this
Señorita quiero su amor, beseme a little kiss

Ooh sweet señorita, your voice is singing in my ears
Sweetest sound I've ever known, all I want to hear
I can see your smile through the dark, dark night
Shining to me like a beacon
'Cause I've never felt like this before
It's your love that I'm so deep in

(Chorus)
Never been in love before, so I'm not sure if it feels like this
Señorita quiero su amor, beseme a little kiss

© 2004 David Maxwell

Song Length
3:47
Genres
Pop - Easy Listening, Pop - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
Falling in Love, Love at First Sight


Language
Multi-Language
Era
1980 - 1989

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