- Performer Compton Brothers
- Title Pine Grove / Old Memories
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- Genre Folk music
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Written-By – Harry Compton. Arranged By – Buddy SpicherWritten-By – Bill Compton. Companies, etc. Record Company – Famous Music Corporation. Published By – Two Brothers Music. Producer – Henry Hurt. White labels with black font, which note: "Audition Copy Not For Sale". Matrix, Runout (Side A, Label): MB 25803-S.
A. Pine Grove Written-By. B. Old Memories Arranged By. – Buddy. Record Company – Famous Music Corporation Published By – Two Brothers Music.
It is the follow-up to his second album 2001 (1999) after the cancellation of the long-planned Detox.
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Video clip and lyrics Old Pine Box by The Dead Brothers. Throw me in an old pine box And nail that lid on to. .Forgive me Holy Father, if you must. And throw me in an old pine box And nail that lid on top. I can't afford to pay for heat this Winter Ice is crawling up and down the walls If any one should ever stop to wonder Just tell them no one lives here anymore. Throw me in an old pine box And nail that lid on top Yeah, throw me in an old pine box And nail that lid on top. Lyrics was added by zanzara. Video was added by zanzara.
Written-By – Harry Compton
Arranged By [String Arrangement] – Buddy SpicherWritten-By – Bill Compton