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You are correct in that many, but not all, cajun speakers use the "mon" sound for what is "moi". Some even say "mo". There are a lot of these pronounciation differences that might throw someone used to hearing standard french.

Bryan Lafleur

Re: Lyrics to Valse de Opelousas - by Geno

The last line does not make sense because the transcription in the liner notes is wrong.
He simply sings : « Hé, c’est par rapport à ça t’as fait mais avec moi »
(......................I would never marry
Hey, it’s because of what you have done with me).


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