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Casey Jones - Don't Ha Ha

"Casey Jones" is a song by the Grateful Dead, an American rock band. Jerry Garcia composed the music, while Robert Hunter wrote the words. In a 2015 interview with Rolling Stone, Hunter revealed that "Casey Jones" did not begin as a song; rather, it "just came into my thoughts" while driving that train while high on cocaine: "driving that train, high on cocaine, Casey Jones, you better watch your speed." I just jotted it down and carried on with whatever else I was doing, and I came across it some time later and thought, "That's the germ of a really nice song." [1] The song was released for the first time on the Dead's 1970 album Workingman's Dead. It was later featured on many of their live albums. [2] From June 1969 through October 1974, the Grateful Dead performed "Casey Jones" live on a regular basis. Following that, they continued to perform it live, although on a less frequent basis. They played the song live more than 300 times in total. [3]

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Casey Jones Don'T Ha Ha Text

Grateful Dead song from 1970 "Casey Jones" is a song by the Grateful Dead, an American rock band. Jerry Garcia composed the music, while Robert Hunter wrote the words. In a 2015 interview with Rolling Stone, Hunter revealed that "Casey Jones" did not begin as a song; rather, it "just came into my thoughts" while driving that train while high on cocaine: "driving that train, high on cocaine, Casey Jones, you better watch your speed." I just jotted it down and carried on with whatever else I was doing, and I came across it some time later and thought, "That's the germ of a really nice song." [1] The song was released for the first time on the Dead's 1970 album Workingman's Dead. It was later featured on many of their live albums. [2]

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