Pauline Viardot-Garcia, André Cognet, Sandrine Piau, Jean Rigby, Susannah Waters, Elizabeth Vidal, Paul Austin Kelly, Nicholas Kok, Jean-Luc Viala, Geoffrey Mitchell Choir Cendrillon: Act III Scene 4: Mesdames, je vous remercie (Prince, Barigoule, Armelinde, Maguelonne) - Scene 5: Oh! Le charmant petit pied! (Barigoule, Prince, Cinderella, Armelinde, Maguelonne, Baron) cover

Cendrillon: Act III Scene 4: Mesdames, je vous remercie (Prince, Barigoule, Armelinde, Maguelonne) - Scene 5: Oh! Le charmant petit pied! (Barigoule, Prince, Cinderella, Armelinde, Maguelonne, Baron)
by Pauline Viardot-Garcia, André Cognet, Sandrine Piau, Jean Rigby, Susannah Waters, Elizabeth Vidal, Paul Austin Kelly, Nicholas Kok, Jean-Luc Viala & Geoffrey Mitchell Choir
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Cendrillon: Act III Scene 4: Mesdames, je vous remercie (Prince, Barigoule, Armelinde, Maguelonne) - Scene 5: Oh! Le charmant petit pied! (Barigoule, Prince, Cinderella, Armelinde, Maguelonne, Baron) Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
Well I come from Alabama with my banjo on my knee
And I'm bound for Louisiana, my own true love for to see
It did rain all night the day I left
Verse 2
The weather was bone dry
The sun was so hot I froze myself
Suzanne, don't you go on and cry
I said, oh, Susannah
Now, don't you cry for me
As I come from Alabama with this banjo on my knee
Verse 3
Well I had myself a dream the other night
When everything was still
I dreamed that I saw my girl Suzanne
She was coming around the hill
Now, the buckwheat cake was in her mouth
A tear was in her eye
Verse 4
I said, that I come from Dixie land
Suzanne, don't you break down and cry
I said, oh, Susannah
Now, don't you cry for me
Cause I come from Alabama with my banjo on my knee

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