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THE ZYDECO TABLET

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									THE ZYDECO TABLET Who stole my monkey and my one good shoe? I’m a traveling man looking for someone To love at night, but every day I’m blue. I’d walk ninety-five miles for a rendezvous, Barefoot and bleeding, my collar undone. Who stole my monkey and my one good shoe? I’m the moody one coming to sing for you, Rehearsing songs on my accordion. I’m in love at night, but every day I’m blue. I waltzed through Crowley in an orphan’s suit, No salt for the beans in my stew full of bones. Who stole my monkey and my one good shoe? Cochon de lait, I’d swallow nails to look at you, Say your name until my voice is gone. I’m in love at night, but every day I’m blue. Sugar, you’re the morning star, the midnight moon. Of all the ladies in the Delta you’re the one Who stole my monkey. You’re one good shoe To love at night, but every day I’m blue.


								
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