A Cajun song…

LOUISIANA HOME

 

Lipstick on my collar

Was passed out on the couch

I snuck out through the kitchen

Yeah, I’m finally getting out

 

That crazy little voodoo queen

Done cast a spell on me

Whiskey shot and Hurricane

Then down to Bourbon Street

 

Mississippi blues man

Bayou Cajun girl

Alligator sings his song

In his swampy world

Mullet jumping in the air

Crawdads diggin’ holes

Dolls with pins stuck in their hair

Lousiana home

 

Walk the streets for money

Looking for a fix

Countin’ cards in Metairie

Livin’ in the sticks

 

Mosquito’s are our family

We feed our blood for lunch

Dice are crappin’ out again

Rollin’ on a hunch

 

Mississippi blues man

Bayou Cajun girl

Alligator sings his song

In his swampy world

Mullet jumping in the air

Crawdads diggin’ holes

Dolls with pins stuck in their hair

Lousiana home

 

Dreamin’ ‘bout my grandpa

Soft shelled crabs by night

Shrimp it fills the gumbo pot

A good old southern life

 

When the winds bring down the rain

Old Cyprus knees exposed

Giggin’ frogs and grabbin’ cats

There is no place like home

 

Mississippi blues man

Bayou Cajun girl

Alligator sings his song

In his swampy world

Mullet jumping in the air

Crawdads diggin’ holes

Dolls with pins stuck in their hair

Lousiana home

Yeah, dolls with pins stuck in their hair

Lousiana home

Author: What Words May Come

Hopeless romantic; joker; father and grandfather; husband; sportsman; part-time writer;

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