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Way Down Yonder In New Orleans

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  1. Freddy Cannon – Way Down Yonder In New Orleans Lyrics Well, way down yonder in new orleans in the land of the dreamy scenes There's a garden of eden, ah-you know what I mean Yeah, creole babies with flashin' eyes softly whisper with tender sighs.
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  7. Feb 13,  · Way Down Yonder In New Orleans:Freddy Cannon. #3 in UK and USA in (Capo 3rd fret.)(Orig. in C.) INTRO: F C (x2) #1. C7 Gm7 C7 Well, way down yonder in New Orleans F in the land of the dreamy scenes. C7 Gm7 C7 F there's a Garden of Eden, you know what I mean. #2. C7 Gm7 C7 F Yeah, Creole babies with flashin' eyes, softly F whisper with.
  8. Tim Duncan: Way Down Yonder In New Orleans By Tim Duncan, University of New Orleans The French have a saying – C’est toujours le bon moment – which in .

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