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Anika Noni Rose – Down In New Orleans (Prologue) lyrics
In the south land there's a city
Way down on the river
Where the women are very pretty
And all the men deliver

They got music, it's always playing
Start in the day time, go all through the night
And when you hear that music playing
Hear what I'm saying, make you feel alright

Grab somebody, come on down
Bring your paintbrush, we're painting the town
There's some sweetness going around
Dreams do come true in New Orleans

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Songwriters: Randy Newman
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