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Re: Amédé Ardoin Two Step De Mama lyrics

Joe Sue', I looked everywhere for the lyrics to Two Step de Mama, and you're right. It is not to be found. If you ever do get all of the lyrics, how are you going to sing that song? Chances of singing it like Amede Ardoin are about 10 out of 100. That's why no one touches his songs hardly. Unless of course you're Wilson Savoy. LOL. His feeble attempt to sing like Amede actually sounds like a case of chronic constipation. But, if you ever do get all the lyrics, be sure and tell everyone that you're about to play the song for,..that "Two Step de Mama" was recorded by Amede Ardoin, then later made more famous after it was re-recorded by Iry Lejeune as the Lacassine Special. If you don't believe it, have a close listen below.

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