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​The Mojo Boogie

This song is by J.B. Lenoir and appears on the album Alabama Blues (1965).

I been to New Orleans and I sure had a wonderful time
I been to New Orleans and I sure had a wonderful time
I was high, high as a Georgia pine

My auntie carried me all down on Rampart Street
Seen everybody I wanted to meet
She said, JB, son, stop, look and listen to me
They got something knock you off of your feet

Hey got the mojo boogie
The Mojo boogie
Got that mojo boogie, begin to slide on down

I thought she was talkin' about over in Algiers
I said, "Auntie, please tell me, what did you say?
They got the Louisiana boogie, all them other kind of things
They even got the thing they call the mojo hand

They got the mojo boogie
The Mojo boogie
They got the mojo boogie, begin to slide on down

I got one jack, sure is crazy
My aunt forgot to teach me, just how to operate it
I went to a night club, I was squeezing it tight
I believe that's the cause of them people's start to fight

Me and this mojo boogie
I had the mojo boogie
Had that mojo boogie, begin to slide on down

Written by:

J. B. Lenoir