Keep a little corn pone cooking on the stove
Keep a sharp look out down around the cove
Fancy up my dress, wear a pretty hair bow
Johnny's coming home to the Louisiana Bayou

He's my man I tell you true
Cajun honey I'm a gonna love you
We'll honeymoon in the old Pirogue
When I get back to Louisiana Bayou

Johnny's been working in a dirty old town
The breathing in smog is a getting him down
He's a coming home where the trees are gonna shelter
Me and my honey on Louisiana delta

He's my man I tell you true
Cajun honey I'm a gonna love you
We'll honeymoon in the old Pirogue
When I get back to Louisiana Bayou

We'll be a hunting us a little piece of ground
Building us a house and settling down
Raise a little cain and eat a little gumbo
Do a heap of loving in Louisiana Bayou


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Louisiana Bayou Lyrics as written by Sonny James Carole Smith

Lyrics © MIKE CURB MUSIC

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