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Jesus, The Missing Years

From the Album The Missing Years
September 24, 1991 | Format: MP3

$0.99
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Bought this album for a few songs though I am a huge fan of John Prine. Jesus the missing years is good but "its a big old goofy world" is one of my favorites. Overall a good addition to one's John Prine collection!
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No, it's not a put-down of the biblical reality but a soft suggestion of the "hip" views of the times when this song was so very popular and played on every FM radio station...
It's a story that lends credance to thought...that as a young man, a teenager, Jesus lead a life as most teenagers would live...subject oneself to adventure and exploration of life.
And when this teenager became of age, he understood his end would be at the hand of others...
The guitar chords are plucked so beautifully...very well done...
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Everything about this song is incredible. What are you going to be when you grow up? God. What have I got myself into. This combines the way people feel with weird things that reflect institutional thinking and even worse behavior. I liked something about pretty Italian chicks.
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