|1||Hello In There|
|2||In Spite of Ourselves|
|3||Let's Talk Dirty In Hawaiian|
|4||Dont Bury Me|
|6||How Much Tequila|
|7||Grandpa Was A Carpenter|
|11||Your Flag Decal Won't Get You Into Heaven Anymore|
|12||Donald And Lydia|
|13||Ain't Hurtin' Nobody|
John Prine (born October 10, 1946) is an American country/folk singer-songwriter. He has been active as a composer, recording artist, and live performer since the early 1970s.
Born and raised in Maywood, Illinois, Prine learned to play the guitar at the age of 14. Subsequently serving in West Germany with the U.S. armed forces, by the late 1960s he had moved to Chicago, where he worked as a mailman, writing and singing songs as a hobby. Becoming a part of the city's folk revival, he was discovered by Kris Kristofferson, resulting in the production of Prine's self-titled debut album through Atlantic Records in 1971. After receiving critical acclaim, Prine focused on his musical career, recording three more albums for Atlantic. He then signed to Asylum Records, where he recorded an additional three albums.