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Fats Domino – Walking To New Orleans lyrics

Walking To New Orleans Trk 18 1:58
Antoine 'Fats' Domino
(Antoine 'Fats' Domino, Dave Bartholomew & 'Bobby' Charles Guidry)
Session producer: Dave Bartholomew (Imperial records - Lew Chudd)
Recorded: Apr 30, 1960, Pop Chart # 6 Jun 20, 1960.
Fats Domino - piano & vocal, Joe Harris - alto sax
Herb Hardesty & Clarence Hall - tenor sax
Alvin 'Red Tyler - baritone sax, Ernest McLean - guitar
Frank Fields - bass, (The Great) Earl Palmer - drums.
Cosimo Matassa Studio New Orleans, LA.
Album: 'My Blue Heaven' - The Best of Fats Domino
Imperial/Capitol-EMI, 1990 CDP-7-92808-2

This time I'm walkin' to New Orleans
I'm walkin' to New Orleans
I'm gonna need two pair-a shoes
When I get through walkin' these blues
When I get back to New Orleans

I've got my suitcase in my hand
Now ain't that-a shame?
I'm leavin' here today
Yes, I'm goin' back home to stay
Yes, I'm walkin' to New Orleans

Ya used to be my honey
'Till you spent all my money
No use for you to cry
I'll see you by and by
'Cause I'm walkin' to New Orleans

I've got no time for talkin'
I've got to keep on walkin'
New Orleans is my home
That's the reason why I'm goin'
Yes, I'm walkin' to New Orleans
I'm walkin' to New Orleans

I'm walkin' to New Orleans
I'm walkin' to New Orleans.


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