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The Hoodooin' Of Miss Fannie Deberry (Rogers Kenny)

Down in Sunflower County where I was born Used to be a crazy woman. Used to walk bare footed down a gravel road Singin' in an unknown tongue. One day I asked her Papa why she was crazy The tears welled up in his eyes, He said, "the Devil's inside my poor baby, She be crazy 'til the day she dies You know she's been hoodooed By the power of the voodoo You know she's been hoodooed By the power of the voodoo Said Fanny always was a peculiar child Never could make her mind She used to slip out and go walkin' in the woods late at night Always came home cryin' But then one night she came home laughin' Talkin' out of her head She said, Now I ain't got to worry 'bout dyin' Papa I been sleepin' in a Devil's bed You know she's been hoodooed By the power of the voodoo. You know she's been hoodooed By the power of the voodoo Hoodoo woman pickin up Qwewee Hoodoo woman pickin up Qwewee Said "Fanny's Mama was a Voodoo Queen Died when Fanny was born He remembered her very last words to him She said, "'m goin' Honey, take care of Fanny 'til the Devil comes So if you see her buried down in a graveyard Diggin' in a grave for Foofoo You know she's gonna Hoodoo somebody And if you cross her she might Hoodoo you You know she's been hoodooed By the power of the voodoo You know she's been hoodooed By the power of the voodoo Don't be messin' with a hoodoo woman She's gonna Hoodoo you Don't be messin' with a hoodoo woman She's gonna Hoodoo you Don't be messin' with a hoodoo woman She's gonna Hoodoo you Hoodoo woman Pickin up a Qwewee Hoodoo woman Pickin up a Qwewee