He had 25 years tucked under his belt, along with a magnum 44
For the trouble he might find running pappies shine
Little did he know what laid in store
In an all night honky tonk down in Louisiana
The last run that he ever made
His pappy still wondering where he ever got to
But first of all he's wondering why he's stayed

CHORUS
All I can say it must have been the Cajun Lady
Along with the wine and a soft guitar
He fell in love with his Cajun Lady
Finally captured by the Cajun Stars

He'd been tougher than a coonhound
No one could slow him down
No one could ever change his ways
Just like a man of steel when he's behind the wheel
Of his 1967 Chevrolet
Everybody thought he'd be working pappy's still
Until the law put him in the ground
If they could only see, they would never believe
That it was love that finally brought him down

REPEAT CHORUS TWICE


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Cajun Stars song meanings
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