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Paul Stone Wight - God Knows We're Here To Stay / Casey Jones mp3 album

  • Performer: Paul Stone Wight
  • Title: God Knows We're Here To Stay / Casey Jones
  • Genre: Pop / World, Country
  • Formats: AA RA MP4 MIDI AHX ADX MP4
  • Style: Country
  • MP3 album: 1409 mb
  • FLAC album: 1943 mb
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Paul Stone Wight - God Knows We're Here To Stay / Casey Jones mp3 album

Casey Jones" is a song by the American rock band the Grateful Dead. The music was written by Jerry Garcia, and the lyrics are by Robert Hunter. Hunter stated in a 2015 interview with Rolling Stone that "Casey Jones" didn't start out as a song, it just suddenly popped into my mind: "driving that train, high on cocaine, Casey Jones, you better watch your speed

Casey Jones Lyrics: Come all you rounders if you want to hear the story about a brave engineer, Casey Jones was the roller's name on a 68 wheeler course he won his fame, Caller called Casey about.

Album · 2014 · 1 Song. Released: 12 Jul 2014.

Casey Jones hit the river bottom; Casey Jones broke his blessed spine; Casey Jones was an Angelino, He took a trip to heaven on the S. P. line. When Casey Jones got up to heaven, to the Pearly Gate, He said: "I'm Casey Jones, the guy that pulled the S. freight. You're just the man," said Peter, "our musicians went on strike; You can get a job a-scabbing any time you like. Casey Jones got up to heaven; Casey Jones was doing mighty fine; Casey Jones went scabbing on the angels, Just like he did to workers of the S. line

Casey Jones was a railroad engineer known for his speed who died in 1900, when he collided with another train. He was immortalized as an American folk hero with the release of Wallace Saunders's song "The Ballad of Casey Jones. Born John Luther Jones on March 14, 1864, in Missouri, Casey Jones is an American folk hero who was an engineer during the heyday of the American railroad. In 1891, he was offered a job at Illinois Central Railroad as an engineer. Jones earned a reputation as an engineer who would always stay on schedule, even if it meant pushing the train to great and sometimes dangerous speeds-a trait that made him a popular employee. The public began to recognize Jones for the "whippoorwill call" he would make on the engine's whistle while driving through towns.

We get some rules to follow That and this, these and those No one knows We get these pills to swallow How they stick in your throat Taste like gold Oh, what you do to me No one knows. I realize you're mine Indeed a fool am I I realize you're mine Indeed a fool am I. I journey through the desert Of the mind with no hope I follow I drift along the ocean Dead lifeboat in the sun And come undone Pleasantly caving in I come undone


A God Knows We're Here To Stay
B Casey Jones

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Rodeheaver Recording Labratories
  • Published By – International Music Company


  • Tenor Vocals [Uncredited] – Paul Stone Wight


With piano accompaniment by unknown artist.

This disc "features a tenor identified as Paul Stone Wight of Scottdale, Pennsylvania. On one side he sings "God Knows We're Here To Stay." The melody is that of Bonds' "A Perfect Day" but new lyrics concern the Ku Klux Klan. On the reverse he sings the melody of the famous railroad song "Casey Jones"--again, lyrics are about the KKK. Both performances feature piano accompaniment." -Tim Gracyk

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout (partially beneath label)): 12 2 21 1S 9031
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout (partially beneath label)): 11 0 21 S 9055

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