"Adalida" as written by and Michael Huffman Mike Geiger....
Adalida, pretty little Cajun queen
Sweet Dixie flower, the bell of the bayou
You're every young mans dream
Adalida, I'd walk through the hurricane
To stand beside ya sweet Adalida I'd swim the Ponchartrain

Oh no, here ya coming down the road
With your cotton dress a swishing
You're getting some attention
From all the boys in Thibodaux
Oh my, you're really filling up their eyes
Smiling and a winking
I know what they're thinking
But I'm the only one who loves you so


Oh no, the hottest little dish I know
I know that you can tell it
You're making me so jealous
From my head down to my toes
Oh me, you could make a red neck green
The way that you're a looking
You got me a cooking
And I ain't talking bout Etoufee'

[Chorus: x2]

To stand beside ya sweet Adalida
To stand beside ya sweet Adalida
Just to stand beside of my sweet Adalida
I'd swim the Ponchartrain

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"Adalida" as written by Michael Huffman Mike Geiger


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    General CommentI love how George sings this. It's catchy and hits his pitch perfect everytime.
    Makes ya want to listen to some Zydego.
    Thia007on November 22, 2011   Link

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