"Louisiana Saturday Night" as written by and Tom T./newman Hall....
Well, get down the fiddle and you get down the bow,
You kick off your shoes an' you throw 'em on the floor.
Dance in the kitchen till the mornin' light:
Louisiana Saturday night.

Out in the front yard, they're sittin' on a log.
A single shot rifle an' a one-eyed dog.
Yonder come the kin folks in the moonlight:
Louisiana Saturday night.

Well, get down the fiddle and you get down the bow,
You kick off your shoes an' you throw 'em on the floor.
Dance in the kitchen till the mornin' light:
Louisiana Saturday night.

Well, my brother, Bill an' my other brother, Jack,
A belly full of beer an' a Possum in a sack.
Sixteen kids in the front porch light:
Louisiana Saturday night.

When the kin folks leave, kids get to bed,
Me an' my Missus gonna slip off to bed.
Have a little fun when we turn out the light:
Louisiana Saturday night.

Well, get down the fiddle and you get down the bow,
You kick off your shoes an' you throw 'em on the floor.
Dance in the kitchen till the mornin' light:
Louisiana Saturday night.

Well, get down the fiddle and you get down the bow,
You kick off your shoes an' you throw 'em on the floor.
Dance in the kitchen till the mornin' light:
Louisiana Saturday night.


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"Louisiana Saturday Night" as written by Bob Mcdill

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