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Zachary Richard — One Kiss
Album: Snake Bite Love
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Total ratings: 74

Released: 1992
Length: 4:40
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We had just got married,
When I picked up and left home,
Headed out to California,
Gonna make it in the oil boom.
It was back in '57
In a worn out Chevrolet..
Ceasar Junior held the squeeze box
Though he was too young to play.

One kiss from the lady's love,
One kiss is all it takes.
One kiss from the lady's love,
That's the one, that's the one
That you'll never forget.

It's been thirty years
Around the San Francisco Bay,
Ceasar Junior plays the squeeze box
Just like the king Clifton Chenier.
When we get together
Down at 'Ti Jolie.
I'm always asking about you,
Maybe you asking about me.


Leave the light burning all through the night"
Leave the light burning, oh, oh so bright.

I am just a working man,
I use my hands most everyday.
I got a lot of feeling, but I ain't got much to say.
I got a house full of Cajun kids,
And I love them every one,
But some times I get to lonely,
I sing the French blues all night long.
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lifts the spirit..
I kinda like it...
not hearing mick
wow.  worst ratings I've ever seen.  Doesn't this guy have a mother to rate him a ten?
There used to be a short program called "The annoying music show" on Saturday afternoon on NPR WBEZ Chicago.  This might just barely qualify.  Nice to hear he has better stuff tho.  
:stupid: not working for me. nothing exciting about it at all. cute cajun, dull beats
frankydee wrote:
Zachary Richard has waaaaay better songs
So true....should look elsewhere in his catalogue to showcase his talent.
this is kind of vanilla. in an annoying way.
so glad my keyboard has a mute button...
Zachary Richard has waaaaay better songs
please make it stop!
Wow, glad I'm not in the minority. I was thinking about how boring the precussion and melody of this song are- apparently so were others.
Spliff wrote:
Cajun Jimmy Buffet.
I've actually heard him refferd to as the Cajun Mick Jagger
Spliff wrote:
Cajun Jimmy Buffet.
True. And that's not a good thing. It's remarkably unremarkable.
Cajun Jimmy Buffet.