Lonesome Sundown - Black Cat Bone

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Black Cat Bone

Well, I believe
My woman got a black cat bone 1
Well, I believe
My woman got a black cat bone
Because the men, I mean, the boys, the fellows
They just can't leave her alone
 
There was a young man one time
You know the boy was sick
He was about 21 years old
I said, there was a young man one time
That boy was sick
You know, he was about 21 years old
He said: "If I could just touch that little woman
You know something? I believe I'll be made whole."
 
So listen to this:
I believe (oh yes I do)
My woman got a bone
I mean a black cat bone
I believe my woman got a bone
(I mean a black cat bone)
Because the boys I mean, the men, the fellows
They just can't leave her alone
 
I'd better tell her girlfriend
She said
"Little, yeah, child, if you have trouble keeping your man"
I said, she even told it to her girlfriend
She said "Child, if you have trouble keeping your man
Just get yourself a black cat, girl"
I mean that's all you need - a mojo hand 2
 
So listen to this:
I believe
My woman got a bone
I mean a black cat bone
I believe, my little girl went and found herself a bone
Because the men I mean, the boys, the fellows
They just can't leave her alone
 
  • 1. a lucky charm from the African (American) tradition of Hoodoo
  • 2. A powerful hoodoo charm, usually a cloth bag filled with roots, herbs, minerals, goofer dust, etc
Kűldve: Safyra Szombat, 24/02/2018 - 03:16
Last edited by sandring on Szerda, 14/03/2018 - 20:30
Added in reply to request by MULOT
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Translations of "Black Cat Bone"
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