"Linda Lou" as written by and Steve/richmond Ripley....
Louisiana got that southern style
They got they girls with they teenage smile
Cajun girls and gumbo cryin' out to be your friend
Backroad drivin' on a Saturday night
Knockin' at the door with the friendly light
She say hey hey baby baby baby come on in

She say she call herself Linda Lou
No need to ask her what it is she do
She had a yodel in her walk a swing like a new back door
As sure as BB done got the blues
I got it bad from my head down to my Baton Rouge
Yodel lodel love-hit me like a two by four

Love got a mind of its own love won't leave you alone
Love takes you for a ride you can't run you can't hide
I tell you boys and I tell you true I fell in love down in Baton Rouge
Yodel lodel love yodel lodel Linda Lou

Iko Iko runnin' through my head
Can't remember nothin' that the girl done said
She was a real queen you shoulda seen the one that got away
Back to back road drivin' on a Saturday night
Knockin' at the door with the friendly light
Singin' Iko Iko Jockamo Fi Na Ne

Love got a mind of its own...
I tell you boys and I tell you true...
Yodel lodel love yodel lodel Linda Lou


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"Linda Lou" as written by Walt Richmond Steve Ripley

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