"Go to the Mardi Gras" as written by and Henry Roeland Byrd....
Go To The Mardi Gras 2:46 Trk 1
(R. Byrd, T. Terry)
Professor Longhair (vocal & piano)
Recorded: Cosimo Matassa's studio
(Governor Nichols St. in New Orleans, 1959)
W/John Boudreaux - drums, R. Payne - bass
Dr. John - guitar, M. Bechamin - tenor, E. Hines - trmb.
Single: Ron Records #329
Album: 'Mardi Gras in New Orleans'
Album: 'Mardi Gras in New Orleans'
Mardi Gras Records MG1001 (1987)
Transcriber: Awcantor@aol.com


While you stroll in New Orleans
You ought to go see the Mardi Gras
If you go to New Orleans
You ought to go see the Mardi Gras
When you see the Mardi Gras
Somebody'll tell you what's Carnival for

Get your ticket in your hand
If you wanna go through New Orleans
Get your ticket in your hand
If you wanna go through New Orleans
You know when you get to New Orleans
Somebody'll show you the Zulu King

You will see the Zulu King
Down on St. Claude and Dumaire
You know, you'll see the Zulu King
Down on St. Claude and Dumaire
An if you stay right there
I'm sure you'll see the Zulu Queen.

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"Go To the Mardi Gras" as written by Roland Byrd

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