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Susana

written by: Rob Cooke

@BoBarnum1

 

My sweet, sweet Susana
Your hair swishing in the breeze
Dancing through the trees
of Louisiana

My sweet, sweet Susana
Running night and day
This time you're gonna stay
In Louisiana

You're just passing the time
Sipping blackberry wine
strolling down the lane
Driving me insane

I see that great wide smile
Been watching it for miles
Coming back to me
Where ya yearn to be

My sweet sweet Susana
Your hair swishing in the breeze
Dancing through the trees
of Louisiana

Sweet, sweet Susana
Running night and day
This time your gonna stay
In Louisiana

Rob Cooke

Rob Cooke

Rob Cooke, is an author, poet and songwriter. He has published Moonshiner's Legacy, it's available on Amazon, and The Lost Song of Miriam Landry and Sara's Swamp Blues will be released on RhetAskew Publishing the summer of 2019.
A fan of blues music and US history will be reflected in Cooke's writings.
Rob Cooke

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