"Louisiana Mama" as written by and Gene Pitney....
She`s my red hot Louisiana mama
From a town called New Orleans
Golden hair and eyes of blue
My real live Dixie queen
My Louisiana mama from New Orleans

She lives down on the bayou
When she`s really wild as can be
My heart longs to be there
So that once again I can see
My Louisiana mama from New Orleans

I met her at the Mardi Gras
On a warm and bright sunny day
I had to leave her standing there
But I`m going back to stay So if you ever go down the south my friend

To see what you can find
Remember when you get there
She`s mine all mine all mine
My Louisiana mama from New Orleans

She lives down on the bayou
When she`s really wild as can be
My heart longs to be there
So that once again I can see
My Louisiana mama from New Orleans

I met her at the Mardi Gras
On a warm and bright sunny day
I had to leave her standing there
But I`m going back to stay

So if you ever go down the south my friend
To see what you can find
Remember when you get there
She`s mine all mine all mine
My Louisiana mama from New Orleans


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"Louisiana Mama" as written by Gene Pitney

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