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The Great Compromise - John Prine - Prime Prine - The Best Of John Prine (CD)

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  • “The Great Compromise” by John Prine appears on his album, Diamonds in the Rough. Prine wrote this as a social commentary on the political direction of America.
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  • Rhino's Great Days: The John Prine Anthology is an excellent summary of John Prine's prime period, from his sublime eponymous debut to 's Missing Years. This (appropriately) draws heavily from his early recordings (including the aforementioned debut), but it also does a terrific job of finding songs on uneven albums, while giving weight to such classic albums as Bruised Orange.
  • The Great Compromise By John Prine Capo 5 G C G I knew a girl who was almost a lady she had a way with all the men in her life D C G Every inch of her blossoms in beauty she was born on the Fourth of July G C G Well she lived in an aluminum house trailer and she worked in a juke-box saloon D C G She’d spent all the money I'd give her just to see the old man in the moon Chorus: G I used to.
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  • Subject: MUSIC: Great Comprimise - John Prine Message-ID: Sender: [email protected]fo Nntp-Posting-Host: bleachaceluatunde.paymangbowestwebdobulocsiralarri.infoinfo Reply-To: [email protected] Organization: U of Delaware, College of Marine Studies / Lewes Date: Mon, 3 Aug GMT Lines: 74 TITLE: Great Compromise ARTIST: John Prine D a little girl who was almost a lady G D had a way with all the men .
  • May 28,  · (The Gulf of Tonkin Resolution) (This is part of an occasional series on John Prine's second album, Diamonds in the Rough: Everybody The Torch Singer Souvenirs The Late John Garfield Blues Sour Grapes Billy The Bum The Frying Pan Yes I Guess They Oughta Name a Drink After You Take the Star Out of the Window The Great Compromise Clocks and Spoons Rocky Mountain Time.

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