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Hello everybody this cat is back,
Looking for a place called the Chicken Shack
They only serve warm beer rice and beans
But it feels just like it's down in New Orleans
Brace yourself baby I'm here to attack
Down at the place called the Chicken Schack

The girls at that place are mighty fine
But stay off sadie green cause that girl is mine
The moonlight shines through the holes in the wall
Everybody there is having a ball
They don't care that the place looks like a wreck
Down at the place called the Chicken Shack

I wanna rip it, rock it, really bop it
Flip it, flop it, David Crocket
Just like Roy Montrell everytime he hears hat mellow saxophone
The good old rockin' days will never come back
Except down at the place called the Chicken Shack

The good old rockin days will never come back
Except down at the place called the Chicken Shack



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    Yulia MalakhovaApr 29, 2013 at 2:47 pm
    тут они поставили рок-н-рольную версию 56 года, а мне по душе его первая- медленная, со стебом 1946 год- в горячем топе лучших хитов года! Странно- но все гениальные музыканты вроде Амоса погибали ужасно, как бы оправдывая мучительной долгой болезнью и невостребованностью все свои блистательные успехи. Ð'ообщем, частенько гению приходится еще при жизни искупить все свои грехи

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