This is a delightful Cajun rhyme. A band of animal musicians come together under a Cypress tree stand in south Louisiana and played foot tapping, back slapping Zydeco. It is based on the rhyme scheme of Hay Diddle Diddle but has a distinctly Cajun musical twist. Enjoyable for all ages.
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About the Author
The Author was born and raised in Southwest Louisiana. The family roots dates back to some of the original Cajun settlers of the new land and includes a geography which encompasses all of area. The deep, rich heritage included oral, French, cultural, religious and family traditions. From this grew a deep sense of enjoyment for listening and sharing stories and the culture. One such indicator of his deep heritage is his Cajun nick names given to him as a child; Nonc Patout, Nonc Poolou...both are worn with equal pride and enjoyment.