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Thread #159780   Message #3786883
Posted By: Joe Offer
23-Apr-16 - 08:19 PM
Thread Name: Lyr Req: A song help, please (bawdy Casey Jones)
Subject: RE: Lyr Req: A song help, please
You got me wondering, Bob. I guess there ARE parallels between "Jay Gould's Daughter" and "Casey Jones" - and Southbound Passenger Train

I'd say your verse must be from "Jay Gould's Daughter" - although I admit I've never heard the verse before. You'll find your verse in Ed Cray's Erotic Muse, or in this post (click). So, is the song "Casey" or "Gould"? I dunno.

-Joe-

P.S. Take a look at this quote (click)


Thread #19719   Message #206007
Posted By: RWilhelm
03-Apr-00 - 09:56 AM
Thread Name: Lyr Add: Casey Jones 2 and queries
Subject: Lyr Add: CASEY JONES (bawdy version)

Stewie, Thanks for the recommendations. I've got the Dixieland Jug Blowers CD and the incredible "Ruckus Juice & Chittlins" CDs. I will definitely check out Clifford Hayes Louisville Stompers.

Now, how about a dirty version of Casey Jones. _The Erotic Muse_ by Ed Cray has two versions, here's one:

CASEY JONES

Casey Jones was a son-of-a-bitch.
His balls were covered with the whorehouse itch.
He went to the door with his pecker in his hand,
Says to the lady, "I'm a railroad man."

Casey Jones said before he died
There were five more things he'd like to ride:
Bicycle, tricycle, automobile,
Bow-legged woman and a ferris wheel.

Casey said before he died
There were two more drinks he'd like to try.
"Well, tell me, Casey, what can they be?"
"A cup of coffee and a cup of tea."

They were rolling down the line 'bout half past two.
Casey pissed in the fire and the boiler blew.
The fireman drowned in a yellow stream
And for miles around you could see yellow steam.