"Louisiana Hannah" as written by and Larry Williams....
I take four stands of your hair baby
And a five dollar bill
I'm gonna put'em in a letter yeah
Drop'em in the mail
Gonna send them to a woman
A friend of mine told me about
Well she's a gumbo cooker
And a alligator hooker
Make a dead man
Jump and shout

Talkin' bout a woman nammed Hannah
Down in Louisiana
they tell me she's a mojo worker
I know she could work it for me work out
I believe
I believe... send my baby back to me all right

She don't wear fancy stiches
All she wears is contenintal britches
Every now and then she take a lil sip
She got a .45 on her hip
She's got a bad reputation
Down in the southern land
One Friday night around twelve o'clock
When she hoo-dooed the hoo-doo man

Talkin' bout a woman named Hannah
Down in Louisiana
They tell me she's a mojo worker
I know she could work it for me
I know she work a spell for me
I believe
I believe... send my baby back to me all right

She don't wear fancy stitches
All she wears is contenintal britches
Every now and then she take a lil sip
She got a .45 on her hip
Got a bad reputation
Down in the southern land
One Friday night around twelve o'clock
When she hoo-dooed the hoo-doo man

Talkin' bout a woman named Hannah
Down in Louisiana
They tell me she's a mojo worker
I know she could work it for me
yeah
I believe
I believe... send my baby back to me all right

Talkin' bout Louisiana Hannah
Talkin' bout Louisiana Hannah
Well she's a gumbo cooker
Well she's a mojo worker
Down in the southern land
Down in the southern land
she work a spell for me
Goodness she work a spell on you!


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"Louisiana Hannah" as written by Larry Williams

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