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  1. Arakora says:
    Mar 24,  · Well for years and years now I always thought the words in the song referenced a " Hoo-Doo " man, meaning a Deep South swamp person (Cajun?) who allegedly had powers to put 'spells' on people or make 'Talisman ' dolls to get back at evil doers or conjure up " Magic " of some breed or another using all sorts of ' Potions ' or a variety of items - - - - - Just my Long standing viewpoint(s) on.
  2. Zulkisho says:
    E7 Born on the E ba E7 you D A. E7 Born on the E ba E7 you D A. E7 Born on the E ba E7 you D A. E7 Wish I was E back on the E7 bayou. E7 Rollin' with some E Cajun E7 queen. E7 Wishin' I were a E fast freight E7 train. Just a E7 chooglin' on E down to E7 New Orleans. E7 Born on the E ba E7 you D A. E7 Born on the E ba E7 you D A. E7 Born on the.
  3. Dizuru says:
    Learn & play tab for bass, percussion and vocal with free online tab player, speed control and loop. Download original Guitar Pro tab.
  4. Arashikora says:
    Mar 24,  · born on the bayou born on the bayou. Wish I was back on the bayou rollin' with some Cajun Queen. Wishin' I were a freight train, oh, just a-chooglin' on down to New Orleans. Born on the bayou born.
  5. Dolabar says:
    {Please do not be fooled by the name of the book] Born on the Bayou. Read more. 4 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Amy McGee-Harrell. out of 5 stars Lourd paints a picture of the bayou and its people so clearly that you almost feel like you need to swat the mosquitoes and love/5(88).
  6. Tojora says:
    Born on the bayou born on the bayou born on the bayou Wish i was back on the bayou, rollin' with some cajun queen. wishin' i where a fast freight train, just a chooglin' on down to new orleans. born on the bayou born on the bayou born on the bayou I can .
  7. Nedal says:
    Apr 12,  · Joan Jett & Harley Quinn Do You Wanna Touch me Metal Extreme MONSTER Hard Rock HQ - Duration: aurevlis 4,, views.
  8. Sasida says:
    Doug Clifford said "Born on the Bayou" is his favorite CCR song, "bar none." "Born on the Bayou," " Proud Mary," and "Choolgin'" were all connected in John Fogerty's mind. In Bad Moon Rising, he said, "I was writing these at night, and I remember that Bobby Kennedy got killed during this time. I .

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