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Old 12-23-2010, 03:09 PM   #21
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Old 12-23-2010, 03:34 PM   #22
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OK, now let's have equal time, just to be fair about this.
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Old 12-23-2010, 05:37 PM   #23
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Ahh, yes - a John Prine classic. I forgot about that one when I put my Christmas playlist together. I wonder if the old folks would notice it? And the young kids probably never heard it before.


"It's Christmas in prison, and the food's real good..."

I just love his dry understatement, he's got some great ones.

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Old 12-24-2010, 09:47 PM   #24
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"It was Christmas in prison and the food was real good
We had turkey and pistols carved out of wood..."
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Ahh, yes - a John Prine classic. I forgot about that one when I put my Christmas playlist together. I wonder if the old folks would notice it? And the young kids probably never heard it before.


"It's Christmas in prison, and the food's real good..."

I just love his dry understatement, he's got some great ones.

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Definite Prine fan here. I play several of his tunes on acoustic, including Dear Abby, Please Don't Bury Me, Illegal Smile, Grandpa Was A Carpenter, Souvenirs...

I met Allah and Buddah
They were singing at the savior's feast
While up in the sky
An Arabian rabbi
Fed Quaker Oats to a priest

Pretty good, not bad, I can't complain
But actually everything is just about the same...

Or how about...

Father forgive us for what me must do
You forgive us, we'll forgive you
We'll forgive each other 'til we both turn blue
Then we'll whistle and go fishin' in heaven.

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This is really neat.

When Sarah posted it a month ago here, there were only 300,000 views. Now it's been seen more than 26 million times. Can you say "viral"?
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