C'est les veuve de bayou qui est parti au village
Pour achete les chaussons noir à la boutique
Pour aller oui au bal pour un tas de beau temps
Ça aller, oui, toute seul, dedans chagrin.
C'est la veuve de bayou (elle est) venu au villageTout l'monde est content de la voirOn connait chere catin elle est belle et si migonneQuoi faire (elle est) comme ça, on connais pas.
|Crowley Daily Signal|
July 2, 1959
It's the widows of the bayou who left to go to the village,
To buy some black socks at the shop,
To go to the dance for there will be good times,She's going to that, yes, all alone, in sorrow.
It is the widow of the bayou, she came back to town,Everyone is happy to see her,We understand, dear doll, she is beautiful and she is so cute,Why is she like that, we don't know.
By the late 1960s, Eddie Shuler of Goldband records re-released the recording on 45 RPM giving it the name "Chico Two Step" yet keeping the same #1061. Like many of Shuler's later recordings, it's believed the electric bass guitar was overdubbed, possibly by Robert Bertrand.
- Lyrics by Jerry M, Herman M, and Bryan L