BOY ACOSHA
THE HOUSE OF MME LESOLEIL LEVANT
(Julian Hoffmann, Catriona Blanke)
There was a house in New Orleans
They called LeSoleil Levant
The mistress ensnared a plenty poor man
Allez, monsieur, entréz, dedans

Myself I was a hard working girl
But besides being customers toy
If porter, barkeeper or pianoman
I got myself plenty of joy

One day beneath the entrance door
There stood a dashing young girl
She turned men's heads and shook them all
In one amazing big whirl

The place completely shattered
The house was blown away
It looks like this girl got the better of me
Who cares man cause I'll be okay



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