Lyrics to Gringo Honeymoon; Your name as you would like it displayed. send your comment. We were standin' on a mountain top Where the cactus flowers grow I was wishin' that the world would stop. Lonely Feeling. I been down this street once or twice i played the bars and the blues never took noone's advice to me its all yesterday's news and we would drink an old flannery we were drinkin' and drinkin' some more the clock struck a quarter to three the cops busted right in the door (Refrain) Goodbye Clevland Danny Hinkle was the man running from the DEA. Gringo Honeymoon chords - Robert Earl Keen • Robert Earl Keen Sheet music Capo on third fret, A chord fingering Intro Asus, A, Asus, A A Bm We were standing on a mountain top D A Where the cactus flowers grow Bm I was wishing that the world would stop, D A When you said we'd better go. Tied our donkeys to an ironwood tree By the street where the children play We walked in the first place we could see Servin' cold beer in the shade. We stepped out onto the golden sand The sun was high and burning down Rented donkeys from an old blind man Saddled up and rode to town. Dreadful Selfish Crime. Get all the lyrics to songs on Gringo Honeymoon and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics. Too bad. The Raven And The Coyote. We were standin' on a mountain top Where the cactus flowers grow I was wishin' that the world would stop When you said we'd better go We to Lyrics to Gringo Honeymoon [DVD] by Robert Earl Keen, Jr. from the Live at the Ryman [DVD] album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more! I was there yesterday. Merry Christmas From The Family. Your Locaton. Comments: 1. Robert Earl Keen Lyrics. Your Comment. I'm Comin' Home. Goodbye Cleveland - Robert Earl Keen Lyrics. Lynnville Train. Lyrics to 'Gringo Honeymoon' by Keen Robert Earl. Robert Earl Keen - Gringo Honeymoon (Live) Lyrics. album: "Gringo Honeymoon" (1994) Think It Over One Time. Search. Lyrics for Gringo Honeymoon by Robert Earl Keen. He moved away when they closed the crossing. A gringo honeymoon. Lyrics to "Gringo Honeymoon" by ROBERT EARL KEEN: We were standing on a mountain top / Where the cactus flowers grow / I was wishing that the world would stop / When you said we better go / We took a row boat across the Rio Grande / Captain Pablo was our … Barbeque. Tat from Marfa Boquillas crossing reopened a few years ago. Gringo Honeymoon Robert Earl Keen Top Robert Earl Keen Lyrics The Dark Side Of The World Bluegrass Widow The Front Porch Song Theme: Road To No Return - Carolina Young Lovers Waltz The Road Goes On Forever A Border Tale Sing One For Sister Waves On The Ocean Play A Train Song Tom Ames' Prayer. Gringo Honeymoon. We were standin' on a mountain top Where the cactus flowers grow I was wishin' that the world would stop When you said we'd better go