Who Them Saints

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Sam R Gibson

Sam R Gibson is a singer-songwriter based in Holywood, County Down who has taught in further education in Ireland and the Middle East. Sam spends a lot of time in North East Donegal and has performed live at venues in the region both solo and with The Wonder Boys – Billy Robinson, Jonathan Smeaton, Seamus Devenny and Peadar Coll, all of whom, along with Percy Robinson, play on Sam’s first album Seeking The Assassin.


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Laughing loud in Lafayette
kinda days you don’t forget
driving out to Le Grand Mamou
dance a Cajun waltz with you

Highway 10 to Baton Rouge
Mississippi Delta Blues
you turned up the radio
rocking to that Zydeco

Who them saints I heard you say
Who them saints where them today
Who them saints where did they go
Are they all just scattered souls

Opelousas and Pontchartrain
St Charles shining in the rain
bayou nights you lay with me
Louisiana history

Hurricane came raging through
blew away both me and you
Mississippi rolling on
where are you my Jolie Blon

And when those saints come marching in
gonna be back there again
gonna hold you in my arms
at the centre of the storm 

Who them Saints I heard you say
Who them saints where them today
Who them saints where did they go
Are they all just scattered souls

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Written by: Sam R Gibson

Submitted by: gareth_s on May 25, 2018

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