Stevie DuPree

Stevie DuPree

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Rock - Roots/Rock n' Roll | Houston, Texas, United States
Total Song Plays: 191   
Member Since: 2005
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2

Song Description

Don't mess with the Voodoo Man.

Story Behind the Song

A classic story of a man with some MAJOR JuJu giving one last warning to a dummy who won't take it.

Lyrics

PLENTY STRONG JU JU


When the mudslide come down the mountain
And it push your house into the sea
Just remember what I told you, Boy
?Bout comin? round here messin? with me
?Bout comin? round here messin? with me

When your heart start to beatin? hard & it won?t stop
And you feel like you gon? lay down and die
Just remember what I told you, Boy
?Bout comin? round makin? my woman cry
?Bout comin? round makin? my woman cry

I done warned you ?bout that swearin?
And about your wicked ways
If you don?t start to listenin? now
There?ll be Hell to pay

I can cause you a heap of trouble
And I can hurt you some
?Cause there be Plenty Strong Ju Ju
Boy, where I come from

I seen you downtown talkin? to the blind man
To the blind man who live on Fulton Street
You know damn well he ain?t takin? on no rider
Go on Boy, and let him be
Go on Boy, and let him be

When you lay down and you close them eyes
They be many frightful things that you see
And you?ll remember what I told you, Boy
When you shoutin? out that final plea
When you shoutin? out that final plea

?Cause I done told you to pack it up
And head back where you came
Take all of your belongings
And don?t forget my name

I can cause you a heap of trouble
And I can hurt you some
?Cause there be Plenty Strong Ju Ju
Boy, where I come from


Music by Don Merritt
Lyrics by Stevie DuPree
DosOlDudes Music 1005

Song Length
5:42
Genres
Blues - Delta, Blues - Rural
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Enraged

Subject Matter
Pain, Anger


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Stevie DuPree
Music Credits Don Merritt
Publisher Credits DosOlDudes Music