"Caution (Do Not Stop on Tracks)" as written by and William Schumann....
(do not stop on tracks)

I went down one day, I went down one day to see a gypsy woman,
Just one old day, yes I did,
I want to find out, I want to find out,
I want to find out, I want to find out now,
What's wrong with me and my baby.
We ain't gettin' down like we used to do,
I mean it's pretty good now, but there was a time,
When it didn't work too well.

I went down to see this gypsy woman, you understand,
I told her my story, I told her what was goin' on.
And she told me, man she said, all you need, all you need,
She said all you got to have, oh lord,
Just a touch of mojo's hand, oh bring it back on,
And it feels pretty good, yes indeed.



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"Caution" as written by Michael S. Hart Jerome J. Garcia

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    General Commentthis song is really called Caution (Do not stop on tracks).
    Cortez, The Killeron August 07, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI always thought the title was a reference to Neal Cassady, but I don't really see how the song relates to him, so I must be wrong about that.
    nyshon May 20, 2007   Link

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