Music: Jesus The Missing Years

This here’s a shoutout and a dedication to Johnathan Camac, debate 101er and apologist extraordinaire. It’s an example of how people will cling to shit that’s just made up. Only in Prine’s case it’s entertaining and just as true as the nonsense Camac’s peddling.

Without further ado, here’s the incomparable John Prine singing “Jesus the Missing Years”.

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7 Responses to Music: Jesus The Missing Years

  1. Carmen says:

    I ADORE John Prine! And I had never heard that song . . . (he looks young in that vid!)

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    • persedeplume says:

      Oh! Adore doesn’t begin to cover it. He’s “folks” answer Willie Nelson but better writing.
      The Missing Years (1991) won the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk Album.

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      • Carmen says:

        Well, that explains it. I didn’t really start listening to John Prine (or anyone else, for that matter) until our kids got to be teenagers. Then, we listened to whatever they were listening to. (well, except for Hank Williams, Sr. – he’s hubby’s absolute favourite. Yes, really)

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  2. KIA says:

    Great tribute. Thx for the link up

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  3. judyt54 says:

    reminds me strongly of the Beverly Hillbillies theme song.

    I wonder how many folks are sure, because of the song, that France
    was actually on the map…somehwere…this is wonderful.

    The images are hysterical.

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