Delta blues-inspired fingerpicked acoustic guitar, harmonica and slide guitar. Understated but with a brisk rhythm and a "I'm on New Orleans time, I'll do it tomorrow" lyric. Male Vocals, Americana, Americana
Sweet September night near Lake Ponchartrain So much on my mind that I can't explain I'm saving it up, going to see you soon If I can find the time New Orleans moon Waiting for the night New Orleans moon
From the Vieux Carre to these ten cent dreams I've been hanging on down in New Orleans And I wear it thin in the afternoon Save myself for night New Orleans moon Waiting for the night New Orleans moon
Hear the jukebox croon old Ray Charles songs Sweet magnolia breeze almost hums along I might leave here between tonight and June If I can find the time New Orleans moon But time slips through my hands New Orleans moon
Extended Keywords: Delta/New Orleans-inspired song. Ideal for scoring documentary, historical, love scenes, travel, thinking about Louisiana or credits. Acoustic instruments with a steady rhythm, strong solo from both acoustic slide guitar and harmonica to accompany swampy male vocals.