Walking to New Orleans
Fats Domino Lyrics


This time I'm walkin' to New Orleans
I'm walkin' to New Orleans
I'm gonna need two pair of shoes
When I get through walkin' these blues
When I get back to New Orleans
I've got my suitcase in my hand
Now ain't that a shame?
I'm leavin' here today
Yes, I'm goin' back home to stay
Yes, I'm walkin to New Orleans
You used to be my honey
Till you spent all my money
No use for you to cry
I'll see you by and by
'Cause I'm walkin' to New Orleans
I've got no time for talkin'
I've go to keep a-walkin'
New Orleans is my home
That's the reason why I'm goin'
Yes, I'm walkin' to New Orleans
I'm walkin' to New Orleans
I'm walkin' to New Orleans

Lyrics © BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
Written by: Antoine Domino, Dave Bartholomew, Robert Charles Guidry

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

Rebel Baron

This time we're paradin into Philly
Now that dont sound too silly
The Sixers will win the prize
Had to happen by n by
This time we paradin into Philly

This time the Sixers
Gonna weein
Cuz Joel will jam it eein
No use for Tronto today
Its the Sixers anyway
This time we're walkin into Philly



All comments from YouTube:

Stoned Meadow Of Doom

This is one of those songs that ends WAY too soon. It's beautiful, I wish it went on for several more minutes.

Rebel Baron

This time we're paradin into Philly
Now that dont sound too silly
The Sixers will win the prize
Had to happen by n by
This time we paradin into Philly

This time the Sixers
Gonna weein
Cuz Joel will jam it eein
No use for Tronto today
Its the Sixers anyway
This time we're walkin into Philly

aharon angelle

Buckwheat zydeco has a good version

Rhonda Godwin

You are so absolutely. I had just played it twice. When i saw yr comment

sylvia Cholck

True, It's a Spectacular Sentiment! I still luv Antoine!

Beverley Korte

Me too 👍

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Greg Gross

He never left New Orleans. Not even Hurricane Katrina could force him out. One of the all-time greats in blues. It’s been a long walk, bruh. Rest In Peace.

Christoffer Rasmussen

Makes it sound less deep when you realize that he's been walking very short distances ;) from new orleans to new orleans haha

SMB superfan

I may be wrong, but I think even Elvis Presley, the king of R&R, said that he considered Fats Domino to be his superior in the music world.

J mc

yup they literally plucked him off the roof after katrina

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