Welcome to Tuxedo Junction, 1968. Carmilla Queen of the damned loves to stop by and relive her glory days back at this classic Jazz shack. Sometimes she even travels back in time to accompany herself on the piano.

She sings the song way out of key. You can smell liquor on her breath.

 

"Feelin' low

Rockin' slow

I want to go

Right back where I belong

 

Way down south in Birmingham

I mean south in Alabam'

There's an old place where people go

To dance the night away

 

They all drive or walk for miles

To get jive that southern style

It's an old jive that makes you want

To dance till break of day

 

It's a junction where the town folks meet

At each function in a tux they greet you

 

Come on down, forget your care

Come on down, you'll find me there

So long town, I'm heading for

Tuxedo Junction now

 

Feelin' low

Rockin' slow

I want to go Right

back where I belong

 

'hick'

 

Way down south in Birmingham

I mean south in Alabam'

There's an old place where people go

To dance the night away

 

They all drive or walk for miles

To get jive that southern style

It's an old jive that makes you want

To dance till break of day

 

It's a junction where the town folks meet

At each function in a tux they greet you

 

'hick'

 

Come on down, forget your care

Come on down, you'll find me there

So long town, I'm heading for

Tuxedo Junction now

 

Tuxedo Junction now

 

'burp'"