9 Reply to “ Hot Burrito #1 ”

  1. The Mavericks Lyrics. "Hot Burrito #1". (originally by Flying Burrito Brothers) You may be sweet and nice. But that won't keep you warm at night. 'Cause I'm the one who showed you how. To do the things you're doing now. He may feel all your charms. He may hold you in his arms.
  2. Hot Burrito #1 (I'm Your Toy) Lyrics: You may be sweet and nice / But that won't keep you warm at night / I'm the one who showed you how / To do the things you're doing now / And he may feel all.
  3. The Flying Burrito Brothers - Hot Burrito No.1 Lyrics. You may be sweet and nice But that won't keep you warm at night Cause I'm the one who showed you how to do the things you're doing now He ma.
  4. rows · Watch the video for Hot Burrito #1 from The Black Crowes's Wiser for the Time for free, .
  5. Two songs were completed from them during the recording of The Gilded Palace of Sin as Hot Burrito #1 and Hot Burrito #2. This is confirmed by the song writing credits for the album. In Gandulf Hennig's documentary film, "Gram Parsons Fallen Angel", Chris Ethridge .
  6. Made it the first time as the recipe stated, great single-sauce for fish tacos, 4 stars. The second time I made it I used half the amounts of lime juice & sriracha because I usually serve fish tacos with lime slices as we like to squeeze some directly onto the fish & I also serve a medium-hot homemade salsa on the side - so halving the lime & sriracha made this the perfect sauce for those fish.
  7. Three and a half minutes of glorious misery, "Hot Burrito #1" was the song of a broken man opening up his soul for the woman who has left him behind; it's hard to imagine anyone else blending shame, regret, anger, and troubling memories so artfully as Parsons does as he cries, "I'm the one who showed you how/To do the things you're doing now.".
  8. Two songs were completed from them during the recording of The Gilded Palace of Sin as Hot Burrito #1 and Hot Burrito #2. This is confirmed by the song writing credits for the album. In Gandulf Hennig's documentary film, "Gram Parsons Fallen Angel", Chris Ethridge describes how he and Parsons wrote the two songs. Producer Ron Nevison Song Writing.
  9. Hot Burrito #2 Lyrics: Yes, you loved me and you sold my clothes / I love you but that's the way that it goes / So it goes, yes, you know how I feel / So it goes, it just couldn't be real / And we.

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