Looking for a New Orleans Voodoo song?

I know little about the song other than it has Rampart street and green beans in the lyric's.It is about a guy going to a voodoo shop and finds a woman, they have a good time and then she disapears and it turns out the shop is abandon.

I think the song came out around mid 90's

Update:

Sorry not the one, But great Job anyway! I will look up that song as well.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    VooDoo Shop Hop??

    I had a mission I had a goal

    wanted to get rid of this foul betraying soul

    someone suggested to try a voodoo doll

    but that ain't something you go get a the mall

    No, I had to go for the real deal

    something beyond crystal balls and coffee beans

    I had to find a person with the right skill

    I took the weekend off and went to New Orleans

    Voodoo shop

    I went voodoo shop hoppin' in new Orleans

    Voodoo shop

    I went voodoo shop hoppin' in new Orleans

    I arrived I shopped around

    ate too much Gumbo till I finally found

    this scary little shop, creepy as hell

    a voodoo-woman gnarly as ****

    sold me the spell

    She told me to use it on a certain date

    I was distracted by her dog lucy biting my jeans

    the magic would backfire if I didn't wait

    and I was on my way out of New Orleans

    Voodoo shop

    I went voodoo shop hoppin' in new Orleans

    voodoo shop

    I went voodoo shop hoppin' in new Orleans

    Graveyard dirt and a rusty nail

    chicken feet and virgin blood

    take the grease from a snail mix with Transylvanian mud

    now spice it up with Spanish flies

    to make sure he suffers before he dies

    add cursed water by druids at Stonehenge

    and I'll guarantee you sweet revenge

    Voodoo shop, voodoo voodoo voodoo

    I went voodoo shop hoppin' in new Orleans

    voodoo shop

    I went voodoo shop hoppin' in new Orleans

    voodoo shop

    I went voodoo shop hoppin' in new Orleans

    voodoo shop

    I went voodoo shop hoppin' in new Orleans

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I grew up in New Orleans and do not remember the song. You sure it wasn't red beans and rice? That's definitely a voodoo dish, eaten by everyone on Mondays.

    Rampart Street was the home of the burgeoning R&B scene that became rock and roll. It's a frequent reference in New Orleans songs.

    Long live Papa Stoppa!

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  • velo
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

    coronary heart of the nighttime/p.c.. coronary heart Of The NightIn the middle of the nightIn the cool southern rainThere's an entire moon in sightShinin' down on the PontchartrainAnd the river she risesJust like she used to doShe's so full of surprisesShe jogs my memory of youChorus:interior the middle of the nightIn the middle of the nightIn the middle of the nightOh, down in New OrleansThere's a nightbird singingRight on with the aid of till the dawnAnd the streets are nonetheless ringingWith human beings donning onIt's been so long waitingJust to be right here againAnticipatingAll the time i might desire to spend(refrain)and that i've got faith on your loveNever fallin' downAnd I have faith on your loveJust like I do in this townOh, in no way fallin' downOh, in no way fallin' down(Saxophone solo)interior the middle of the nightIn the cool fallin' rainThere's an entire moon in sightShinin' down on the PontchartrainAnd the river she risesJust like she used to doShe's so full of surprises (oh mama)She jogs my memory of you (suitable right here)(refrain)and that i'm so happy to be back in New OrleansPlease do no longer wake me, do no longer shake meIf that is only, if that is only only a dreamCause that's the only place that i will faceIt makes me experience so rightBelow that Dixie moon and lovin' youIn the middle of the nighttime

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