T. Edwin Doss

T. Edwin Doss

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Country - Americana | Silver Spring, Maryland, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,188   
Member Since: 2013
   Last Login: 10/10/2019

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Plays:

16

Song Description

Sheriff meets his demise with the voo doo woman

Story Behind the Song

Voodoo woman in the swamps of Louisiana, being pursued by authorities.

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Lyrics

One-Eyed Welina T. Edwin Doss Way out in the Louisiana lowlands Where no man should ever go Gators 'n snakes ..who knows what ..lurk in the waters below You'll never be the same if you make it out of there This is what the locals say "If the gators don't pull you underneath the black water The swamp will get you anyway". Rumor has it there's a Voo-Doo woman She can throw something bad on a man Always has fish heads boiling in a pot Snake eggs fryin'in a pan Rollin' bones with a mumbo- jumbo If you taste that witch's brew When your head starts spinnin' ..you know you got trouble She done thrown a wicked spell on you. Chorus: One - Eyed Welina learned from her Mama Who learned from her Mama 'fore that Folks say she can make a crazed alligator jump into a cookin' vat She'll take her glass eye out and smile sweet for you Don't think 'bout tryin' to run Every now and then she'll let somebody go You might be the lucky one Sheriff had a notionhe would bring her in ..Went in there alone All the deputies found was his badge and pistol Lyin' in a pile of bones They found a note written in his blood nailed to a cypress tree , it read, "Don't come back in here... I'll feed you to the gators if you try''n go messin' with me "
Chorus

Song Length
3:28
Genres
Country - Americana, Country - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
Danger
Similar Artists
Brad Paisley, Blake Shelton
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits T. Edwin Doss
Music Credits T. Edwin Doss
Producer Credits Dave Mallen/ T. Edwin Doss