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Hoodoo Voodoo

Who do Voodoo?
You do Voodoo.

That is, IF you have one of
Rev. Samantha Corfield's CREOLE VOODOO™ Spell Kits.
This fine young debutante quite deliciously recommends them.

Voodoo Sayings and Phrases that Have Nothing to Do with Voodoo:

  • "Who do you voodoo?" - This phrase is often used to playfully question someone's mysterious or enchanting abilities.
  • "You do that voodoo that you do so well." - A line from the song "You Do Something to Me" by Cole Porter, often used to describe someone’s magical or captivating skills.
  • "Voodoo economics" - A term popularized by George H. W. Bush to describe Ronald Reagan's economic policies, implying they were based on magic or unrealistic assumptions.
  • "Voodoo doll" - A common reference to a small doll used in folklore to represent a person, where manipulating the doll is believed to affect the person it represents.

Songs Mentioning Voodoo:

  • "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" by Jimi Hendrix - A classic rock song with powerful guitar riffs and lyrics that evoke mystical imagery.
  • "Voodoo" by Godsmack - A song with haunting melodies and lyrics that reference voodoo rituals.
  • "Voodoo" by Nick Jonas - A pop song that uses voodoo as a metaphor for being enchanted or mesmerized by someone.
  • "Black Magic Woman" by Santana - While not directly about voodoo, it references a mystical woman with magical powers.
  • "Marie Laveau" by Bobby Bare - A country song about the famous New Orleans voodoo queen, Marie Laveau.
  • "Voodoo People" by The Prodigy - An electronic dance track that uses voodoo imagery in its lyrics.
  • "I Put a Spell on You" by Screamin' Jay Hawkins - A song that talks about casting a spell to keep someone close.
  • "Witchy Woman" by Eagles - A rock song that describes a bewitching woman with mystical powers.
  • "Voodoo Lady" by Ween - A quirky, upbeat song that references a mysterious woman with voodoo powers.
  • "Sympathy for the Devil" by The Rolling Stones - Though not explicitly about voodoo, it references various occult and mystical elements.

Movies and TV Shows Where Voodoo Was Involved (Supposedly):

  • "Live and Let Die" (1973) - A James Bond film featuring voodoo rituals and a character named Baron Samedi, inspired by the Vodou loa of the same name.
  • "The Princess and the Frog" (2009) - A Disney animated film set in New Orleans that features voodoo elements and a character named Dr. Facilier, also known as the Shadow Man.
  • "American Horror Story: Coven" - A TV series that features a storyline involving New Orleans voodoo, including characters based on historical figures like Marie Laveau.
  • "Angel Heart" (1987) - A thriller that involves voodoo practices and a mysterious investigation.

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