Cajun Navy

Late in the summer
Came an endless rain
Didn’t have a number
Didn’t have a name

Then came the cameras
And the preacher man
To pray for Louisiana
All over again

It flood their house just the same
It wrecked their car just the same
It stole their dreams just the same
A storm is a storm by any other name

Call out the navy, the Cajun Navy
The good ol’ boys and girls are at it again
When the storm is ragin’ trust in a Cajun
They won’t let you down



Call it a deluge
A “thousand year rain” 
But you save the sirens
For the hurricanes

Pack all your memories
In the kiddie pool
Paddle down the streets
Of ol’ Baton Rouge

It flood their house just the same
It wrecked their car just the same
It stole their dreams just the same
A storm is a storm by any other name

Call out the navy, the Cajun Navy
The good ol’ boys and girls are at it again
When the storm is ragin’ trust in a Cajun
They won’t let you down