"Sweet Louisiana Sound" as written by Andrew Michael Hyra and Kristian Bush....
Lookin' out from a hotel room
All alone on a Memphis afternoon
I've been waitin' for
this storm to pass
Gonna clear a path and you can kiss my ass, goodbye

I walk the streets where Elvis lived
But they ain't never gonna crown the king
And I never felt that broken hearted
I left before things ever got started

They got me on a riverboat driftin' down
Oh muddy water get me out of town
To that sweet Louisiana sound

Underneath a neon light
Another ghost down Beal street tonight
I ain't out to hurt nobody
But I played hand I lost all my money
They've got the dogs out after me
They're diggin' in the trash but there's no scent of me


Party boys out on Bourbon streets
Sweepin' them young girls right off of their feet
They got those love tatoos
Across their heart
They've been in Mardi Gras
Turn the jukebox loud as it can go
Pack'em inside this our last show

[Chorus: x2]

Driftin' Louisiana sound
Driftin' down sweet Louisiana sound

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"Sweet Louisiana Sound" as written by Kristian Bush Andrew Michael Hyra

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