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Friday, January 1, 2010

Jose Cuervo's a Friend of Mine

Jose Cuervo's a friend of mine
He knows how to treat me mighty fine
Turns a Margarita into a real good time
Jose Cuervo's a friend of mine.

When life throws me a few hard knocks
I like Jose on the rocks
A double shot and a zesty lime
Takes the edge off in record time.

Forget about your whiskey or your girly wine
Jose sends tingles down your spine
Whatever the it rain or shine
Jose likes to party all the time.

If I'm blue or feeling down
Jose Cuervo rides into town
He's cool and fun to be around
And makes me smile instead of frown.

Some folks warn he's the devil in disguise
Wickedly smooth with hypnotic eyes
They say he's a fake, corrupt and crude
But after 2 drinks, I'm in love with this dude.

When friends have all deserted me
And no one helps in my adversity
Jose lifts my spirits..we laugh with glee
And raise a ruckus til quarter to three.

If you would like to meet Jose
You drop my mi casa any old day
I will introduce the two of you
And you will sing his praises too.

Jose Cuervo's a friend of mine
He knows how to show me a mighty good time
In a fancy glass or a plastic cup
Salt the rim and bottoms up.

CHEERS and HAPPY 2K10 to all my loyal readers!

DISCLAIMER: Since I wrote this little ditty, I've learned that there is a country tune with a similar title about a gal who drinks too much tequila and spends the night with a cowboy. For the record, my post is absolutely my own creation. I don't drink all that much and I've never slept with any grungy cowpokes. Sphere: Related Content


Saz said...

well glad you explained cos l thought it a beer...not being a BIG drinker, just a G&T girl occasional;y,
thanks for dropping by..
Happy new year!!

saz aka FFF

Marla said...

Boomer ~ Funny stuff especially your grungy cowpoke remark. Thanks for clarifying. LOL said...

Hi BP! I am so very grateful that you signed onto my blog, because now I know of and will follow yours. It's very fun! I'm laughing about the disclaimer because the lyrics did sound a bit familiar to this country music fan. I'm glad you and Jose aren't all that close in reality - but he's certainly there when you need him. Cheers to more fun blogging.

Dot-Com said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier, it's good to see new faces and I look forward to getting to know your blog.

Certainly a good start - I might not have a favorite brand of tequila (yet), but I'm very much a margarita fan - though I love my whiskey, as you'll be bound to learn sooner or later :)

Happy New Year!

A Woman Of No Importance said...

Is it time for my Margarita??! Heck, it's five o'clock somewhere!

Thanks for stopping by, treasure - and I see my darling Saz has beaten me over here! Love and light and all the best for 2010! Fhi x

Fran Hill said...

Would make a great song with a little bluegrass rhythm going on.

Rae said...

Thanks for dropping by my blog and following. I am going to take some time and read you blog. It looks like it is going to be an enjoyable and entertaining visit.

Nancy said...

I love Ta-Kill-Ya and once did a post about it. It never gives me a hangover as long as I sip it with lime and salt. Love the ditty!

rachel said...

Hello - and welcome to my blog too! Thanks for your comment.

You're the first blogger who got me to understand what Subscribing, as opposed to Following, meant. But I'd rather read other people's posts from my own blog than from my clogged-up email inbox, so I'll just bookmark you instead and keep popping in!

Happy New Year from a cold and snowy England.

Boomer Pie. said...

Rachel: No problem. I'm used to rejection. That's why Jose Cuervo's a friend of mine. But I'm sure you do know that when you "follow" another blogger, their posts appear in shortened version on your blog dashboard not in your email.Cheers!

The bike shed said...

Thanks for pooping by my blog - I'm off to look round yours now. I once got SO drunk on tequila - never again.

Sarah said...

good job. now i'll have to get some just to test it myself.

SquirrelQueen said...

Great song, it reminds me of a night in Cabo. Not that I remember that night in Cabo all that well!!!! Just kidding .... maybe.

I just saw you on another blog and thought I would pop over for a visit.

Happy New Year!

The Road to Here

Anonymous said...

I posted the first three verses of this song on:
and linked to here. It's great.


Michael said...

Absolutely hilarious and very close to the heart as margaritas are my favorite order.

Do you hate it too?
"If you're going through Hell, keep going."

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