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David Lee Rodriquez delivers Texas Country tune ‘My Lonely Days Are Gone (‘Cause I Started Drinkin’)’

The Latin Grammy-nominated singer releases Texas Country track from sophomore album

David Lee Rodriquez dropped the original Texas Country tune “My Lonely Days Are Gone (“Cause I Started Drinkin’),” the latest single from the Latin Grammy-nominated singer’s much-anticipated sophomore album Mon Amor, Mi Reina.

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“I always tell people it’s a true story and if it’s not, it ought to be,” Rodriquez tells Tejano Nation. “It’s just a fun Country song. It has a good Texas Country feel to it, a good two-steppin’ feel and at the end, it’s one of those crowd participation type songs.”

The track was co-written by his 18-year-old son, David Rain Rodriquez, and produced by 18-time Grammy-winning producer Gilbert Velasquez.

“It’s a good song. I was really surprised that my song came up with the title and the melody of it,” added Rodriquez. “With that, we took off on it and within a matter of minutes we had the song complete.”

“My Lonely Days Are Gone (‘Cause I Started Drinkin’)” by David Lee Rodriquez and his sophomore album Mon Amor, Mi Reina is available to stream or download on all digital music platforms.

David Lee Rodriquez Y 411 – “My Lonely Days Are Gone (‘Cause I Started Drinkin’)
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