"Orange Crate Art" as written by and Van Dyke Parks....
Orange crate art was a place to start
Orange crate art was a world apart
Home for two with view of sonoma
Where there's aroma and heart

Memories of her orange crate art
Orange crate table and a rockin' chair
Barnyard gate waiting some repair
Trust in fate and sweet inspiration

You could go bust to replace
Just what is here by the case
Hear the lonesome locomotion roar
Hobo hop on if you dare

And it rolls where grapes of wrath are stored
Stops on a bracero's prayer
On the dawn of a vintage cruise
Calms the wine of this rendezvous

Room for two in view of sonoma
Back when ramona had heart
Memories of her orange crate art
Room for two in view of sonoma

Back when ramona had heart
Memories of her orange crate art


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"Orange Crate Art" as written by Van Dyke Parks

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