LOUISIANA SATURDAY NIGHT

Well, you get down the fiddle
and you get down the bow,
Kick off your shoes
and you throw em on the floor.
Dance in the kitchen
'til the morning light:
Louisiana Saturday night.

Waiting in the front yard,
sitting on a log;
Single shot rifle
and a one-eyed dog.
Yonder come my kin folk
in the moonlight:
Louisiana Saturday night.

Well, you get down the fiddle
and you get down the bow,
Kick off your shoes
and you throw em on the floor.
Dance in the kitchen
'til the morning light:
Louisiana Saturday night.

My brother Bill
an' my other brother Jack,
Belly full o'beer
and a possum in a sack.
Fifteen kids
in the front porch light:
Louisiana Saturday night!

When the kinfolk leave
an' the kids get fed,
Me an' my woman
gonna slip off to bed.
Have a little fun
when we turn out the lights!
Louisiana Saturday night!

Well, you get down the fiddle
and you get down the bow,
Kick off your shoes
and you throw em on the floor.
Dance in the kitchen
'til the morning light:
Louisiana Saturday night.

Yeah, you get down the fiddle
and you get down the bow,
Kick off your shoes
and you throw em on the floor.
Dance in the kitchen
'til the morning light:
Louisiana Saturday night.

Get down the fiddle
and you get down the bow,
Kick off your shoes
and you throw em on the floor.
Dance in the kitchen
'til the morning light:
Louisiana Saturday night.


LYRICS
Bob McDill
MUSIC
Bob McDill
SINGER
Don Williams (original version)
Kenny Rogers
Mel Mcdaniel
Alabama
CHORDS
Chord chart for this song
DANCE CHOREOGRAPHER
Joyce Herzfeld
DANCE FORMAT
Line

Words transliterated by George Jakubovits of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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