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The Mississauga Man
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This song reached no. 1 on the Southern Rock charts during July 2009.
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Morris P. Rainville & Dorothy Rainville
The Mississauga Man
Thu Aug 14, 2008
Rock : Southern Rock
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Charts position
» highest in charts:   # 18   (260,340 songs currently listed in Rock)
» highest in sub-genre:   # 1   (2,585 songs currently listed in Rock > Southern Rock)

Morris P. Rainville
Dorothy Rainville

The sun was hot as blazes, the day I came to town
Lord I swear I weren't no ladies man
My jeans were worn and faded and my hair was a-hanging down
My T-shirt torn and my beard was rough and long

I was sure that I had talent, I was headed for the big time
With my guitar and my music and my band
But I didn't have an angle nor a name they could remember
So I called myself, The Mississauga Man

I sat upon a barstool and kicked the floodlights on
And I sang a song about some good old boys
The rednecks all got rowdy but they liked the songs I played
So they all sang and I just played along.

I looked out past the spotlight and I swear I saw an angel
With raven hair and a California tan
And written 'cross her T-shirt was "The Mississauga Lady"
So I shouted back, I'm "The Mississauga Man"

Beautiful lady, you found your man
Love your shapely body and your deep dark tan
I like your raven hair won't you take my hand
Mississauga Lady want to be your Mississauga Man.

The Mississauga Lady took me all the way to stardom
With my guitar and my music and my band
Now the audience goes crazy when they're listening to my music
They finally heard, The Mississauga Man.

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