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Eldorado baby, got my mojo baby
You can call my Danny, step in my Caddy
A sguigely wigely snake-a-didley
Seven boogie forty woogie blues
Colorado baby, dope-a-rama maybe
Fortysix Cincinatti, sweet little kitty katty
An Alabama mama shake-a-rama
Groovy movie blues
Dollars comin' baby, dollars going baby
A stetson rock'n roller, a hillybilly brother
A shakin' rolla dolla honey sguigely gigley
Tsugu way blues
I gotma rollin' baby, I gotta do it baby
I shocked the world baby, by rock'n rolla baby
Cincinattie, Tallahasee
Bourbon drinkin' redneck blues
L.A. voodoo baby, got me under spell baby
Black magic baby, devil's witch baby
A voodoo doll, boogaloo
Jiggy wiggy hoolabaloo blues
Old pair of boots, dope-a-rama blues
I gotta be de fool, blues in the roots
A swampy gamblin Mississippi
Crocodile moonshine blues
Devil on my track, can't turn my back
Even if I hit the sack, oh whatta drag
Crossroads and bad deal
Hellhound a train come blues
Oh lord what gonna do, my times ran out
With you
Alligators comin too, it seems my time is due
A doomed rock'n roller holla
Rollin down the highway blues



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