Jonathan East, Bourbon Street Lyrics

Bourbon Street Lyrics - Jonathan East

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Jonathan East - Bourbon Street Lyrics


Been flyiní down them back roads, where the swamp and blacktop meet
Been flyiní down them back roads, where the swamp and blacktop meet
Ridiní down to Louisiana, going back on Bourbon Street.

I know itís been a while now, since I seen that Cajun town
Yeah, itís sure been a while now, since I seen that Cajun town
I can almost taste the whiskey and smell that gumbo boiling, now.
Ah, here it comes.

(Guitar Solo)

Thereís a bar on every corner and pretty women in every club
Thereís a bar on every corner and pretty women in every club
They might look a little country, but honey, thatís the kind I love.

Gonnaí pull out that olí guitar, bend a couple of strings
Take another shot of whiskey, then Iíll start to sing
Oh, Lord, you canít help but move your feet
No, there ainít no kind of music, like the kind on Bourbon Street.
Ah, play it one time, son.

(Guitar Solo)

Got a bottle in my left hand, a cigar on my lip
A switch blade in my pocket and a pistol on my hip
And Iím rolliní down them back roads where the swamp and black top meet
Ridiní down to Louisiana, going back on Bourbon Street.

[Thanks to Johnathan East for lyrics]













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