Two Piña Coladas Karaoke Garth Brooks

Karaoke Song Two Piña Coladas Garth Brooks

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In the same key as the original: F

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Lyrics of Two Piña Coladas

I was feelin' the blues
I was watchin' the news when this fella came on the TV
He said I'm tellin' you that science has proven that heartaches are healed by the sea
That got me goin' without even knowin'
I packed right up and drove down
Now I'm on a roll and I swear to my soul tonight I'm gonna paint this town
So bring me two piña coladas
I want one for each hand
Let's set sail with captain Morgan oh I never leave dry land
Any troubles I forgot 'em
I buried em in the sand
So bring me two piña coladas she said good bye to her good timing man
Oh now I've gotta say that the wind and the waves and the moon winkin' down at me
Eases my mind but leavin' behind the heartaches that love often brings
Now I've got a smile that goes on for miles with no inclination to roam
And I've gotta say that I think I've gotta stay 'cos this is feelin' more and more like home
So bring me two piña coladas
I gotta have one for each hand
Let's set sail with captain Morgan oh I never leave dry land
Any troubles I forgot'em
I buried 'em in the sand so bring me two piña coladas she said good bye to her good timing man
Bring I'm such a rockstar me two piña coladas yeah I want one for each hand
Let's all set to sail with captain Morgan
Oh I never leave dry land no troubles I forgot'em troubles I forgot'em
I buried 'em in the sand
I buried 'em in the sand oh oh
So bring me two piña coladas and said hello to her good timing man
Hey bring me two piña coladas
I gotta have one for each hand
Let sun set sail with captain Morgan and we will never leave dry land yeah ah ah
Any troubles I forgot 'em yeah I buried 'em in the sand so bring me two piña coladas she said goodbye to her good timing man

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