Jennifur Sun from RamonaActually John lived in El Cerrito, although i believe he was born in Beserkly(or Berkley as it's real name is). have also heard the story about it coming at a sound check. if you get a chance watch his interview with Dan Rather, and read his book.
Ed from Lebanon, PaA hoodoo has also been described as a ghost, so who knows?
Marijuana from Really South, Neutral Zonehoodoo actually is an old southern term meaning racoon not an african american
Martin Sheen from Saigon, --Was used in Born On The Fourth of July
Joe from Frankfort, Ilthis song is actually about john chasing an African American threw the woods. the line chasing a hoodoo there is from the grate American novel Huckleberry Finn. Jim in the book says a famous line Hoodoo there when Huck sneaks up on him and Fogerty say he is cashing him threw the woods with his dog
Spencer from Las Vegas, NvJames from Elizabethtown, it is not "Chooglin'". It is indeed "Keep On Chooglin". I know this because it is one of my favorite songs by CCR. That and Green River.
Spencer from Las Vegas, NvJames from Elizabethtown, it is not "Chooglin'". It is indeed Keep On Chooglin". I know this because it is one of my favorite songs by CCR. That and Green River.
James from Elizabethtown, Ky"CHOOGLIN' on down to New Orleans" - a reference to another, lesser known CCR song called "Chooglin'"
Tim from Michigan City, InThe lyrics are "runnin' through the backwoods BARE, and I can still hear my old hound dog barkin', chasin' down a hoodoo THERE".
Seb from --Reminds me of "Mama Told Me Not To Come" by Tom Jones just in the intro...
Awesome song though. Probably my favourite CCR song, in fact, except perhaps for "Fortunate Son".
Sled from St. Louis, Ne"running through the backwoods BAY"
"wish I was a fast freight train I'm talking choogin' on down to New Orleans"