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If The Good Lord's WillingMe And Bobby McgeeGoin' By The BookThe Old AccountGospel RoadCall Your MotherBaby Ride EasyOut Among The StarsChristmas With YouMelva's WineLuther Played The BoogieKing Of LoveIt Came Upon A Midnight ClearMama's BabyGospel Boogie (A Wonderful Time Up There)Pick A Bale O' CottonLately I Been Leanin' Toward The BluesLet There Be CountryIf I Told You Who It WasAfter AllShe Used To Love Me A LotLuther's BoogieThat Christmasy FeelingChristmas Time's A-comin'Go On BluesThe Frozen LoggerAway In A MangerThe Big LightCome Along And Ride This TrainFamily BibleFoolish QuestionsThe Engineer's Dying ChildLife's Railway To HeavenThe Greatest Cowboy Of Them AllThunderballLay Me Down In Dixie (with Cindy Cash & The Carter Family)A Fast SongCause I Love YouSixteen TonsThat Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine (Live)The Cowboy Who Started The FightCat's In The CradleThe Prisoner's Song (Live At Osteraker Prison, Sweden, October 3, 1972)Keep On The Sunny Side (Live At Newport Folk Festival, Newport, RI, July 16, 1964)A Little At A TimeThe Twentieth Century Is Almost OverWithout LoveBrakeman's Blues (Incomplete)ParadiseThe TroubadourMerry Christmas MaryMy Ship Will SailRock And Roll Ruby (Early Demo)Bottom Of The MountainWhen I Stop DreamingJim, I Wore A Tie TodayLocomotive Man (Single Version)You're My Baby (Early Demo)The Winding StreamI'm Gonna Sit On The Porch And Pick On My Old GuitarWildwood FlowerYou Can't Beat Jesus ChristFlowers On The Wall (Live)Galway BayDrink To Me Only With Thine EyesLord, Lord, LordI'll Take You Home Again KathleenThe House Is Falling DownSaginaw, MichiganThe Ballad Of Boot HillI've Got A Thing About TrainsWalking The BluesIn God's HandsLook At Them BeansThe Devil To Pay
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Related Information for Johnny Cash Johnny Cash (born J.R. Cash, February 26, 1932 – September 12, 2003) was a Grammy Award-winning American country singer and songwriter. Cash is widely considered to be one of the most influential American musicians of the 20th century. Although primarily remembered as a country music icon, his genre-spanning songs and sound embraced rock and roll, rockabilly, blues, folk, and gospel. This crossover appeal won Cash the rare honor of multiple induction in the Country Music, Rock and Roll.. read more