Cajun Bob Tribute by Alexander Baron
A tribute to a man from Rexburg, Idaho who won’t be forgotten: Cajun Bob Hernandez.
There were days when friends and I would go for a ride out.
Know I wasn’t trying to hurt you or to hide out.
I was outside just hopin’ and wishin’
I could eat out at your famous Cajun kitchen.
Mm, mm, yum, yum, we know it’s delicious!
I wish you were here to give us tips for riches.
I cut that credit card.
You saw it was very hard.
I thought it was the end but
It was just the very start
Of our friendship
And this won’t end it.
Savin’ cash for you
I still won’t spend it.
Better days in the past it’s hard to move on.
I hope up in heaven you can hear this song.
Cajun Bob we miss you
We would give you
all we have
to eat with you again
That Cajun Cookin
The pool hall where we first met up
The one you sold that random stuff
I go back
To where it started
I know I didn’t really stop by all too often.
When I did say hi, it was always poppin’.
People from the school shootin pool all night.
We all love the cookin, no it wasn’t just hype!
If I could take days back I’d visit more frequently.
Po boy, white bread, mayo spread evenly.
Cajun life, cajun wife.
I wished I had it secretly.
But now you’re gone, I’ll just say it out loud.
I was born in cali, but I’m a Cajun at heart.
I was fearless like Bob, but now I’m torn apart.
I’ll try to keep composure while I’m singing this song.
If you feel the pain I do, then please sing along.
2 best sellers, that they call unforgettable.
Your writing was pristine just like your vegetables.
A household name amongst the community.
Who knew you could pass? We thought you had immunity.
Your spices live on, and they never go wrong.
Served fresh on a po boy thin, rich and long.
A rumor went around that you died in a car wreck.
Life started again when I learned it was bull crap. (Thanks JC)
Please just tell me I’m going insane.
I want you to come back, now I’m racking my brain.
We remember a Cajun Cafe
Down on memory lane.
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