From the recording BLUE MOON SHINE (stream or download here or anywhere)
Southern rock, upbeat @ 129BPM, good natured, ominous, cautionary tale, written by Lightning Rod Nichols. Male vocal by Kerry Hunter, "very excellent". Fun back up harmonies.
The song describes a Cajun voodoo queen, as well as, her home setting and cautions the listener to beware. Fun natured in the vein of Marie Laveoux, except this one is Southern rock.
lyrics: Louisiana voodoo queen
Bourbon Street, New Orleans, Creole beauty standing long and lean,
Long black hair, cat green eyes, a single glance can hypnotize,
When you look into those eyes of green, It’s nothing like you’ve ever seen
She makes you feel like it’s all a dream, she’s a Louisiana Voo Doo Queen.
Woah woah woah woah ……….Yeah yeah yeah
You take her home down in the swamp, bull frogs and alligators chomp chomp
Hooty owl in the midnight glow, Spanish moss from the trees hanging low,
Cotton fields, sugar cane pull them in like moths to a flame,
Heat of the fire makes a man scream, She’s a Louisiana Voo Doo Queen
Chicken hanging from the door, candle burning on the floor,
Hair of the hound, Leg of the frog, voo doo doll hanging on the wall,
She holds the doll above the flame, She smiles and you feel the pain,
Walking dead man on the screen, She’s a Louisiana Voo Doo Queen
Woah woah woah woah …. Voo doo queen, woah woah woah.. She’s gone get ya
Woah woah woah… “evil laugh” woah woah……….