"Voodoo Banjo" as written by and Bryan Wayne/johnson Ward....
Sail on a southbound train
Move up and peer inside
Creole tongue hard to understand
Move up and peer inside

Hip hop on a down town train
Mojo lord is in my veins
Burn the fat and play that voodoo banjo
Black wing bird up in the tree
Dead mans song that he sings for me
Burn the fat and play that voodoo banjo

Six foot tall a big long drink
Cajun lips hot and spicy to kiss

Hip hop on a down town train
Mojo lord is in my veins
Burn the fat and play that voodoo banjo
Black wing bird up in the tree
Dead mans song that he sings for me
Burn the fat and play that voodoo banjo

Royal Blue Avenue
Gold lame, platform shoes

Hip hop on a down town train
Mojo lord is in my veins
Burn the fat and play that voodoo banjo
Black wing bird up in the tree
Dead mans song that he sings for me
Burn the fat and play that voodoo banjo

She undressed by candle light
Incense sweet perfume
Her Creole tongue was hard for me to understand
Incense, sweat, anyhow

Hip hop on a down town train
Mojo lord is in my veins
Burn the fat and play that voodoo banjo
Black wing bird up in the tree
Dead mans song that he sings for me
Burn the fat and play that voodoo banjo


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"Voodoo Banjo" as written by D. Scott Johnson Bryan Wayne Ward

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