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Devil's Right HandRemember The AlamoOh What A Good Thing We HadCold Lonesome MorningHe Stopped Loving Her TodayIt's Just About TimeBelshazzarI'm Movin' OnWhen He Reached Down His Hand For MeMy God Is RealSo Doggone LonesomeDon't Make Me GoI'm Alright NowGod Bless Robert E. LeeHappiness Is YouOver The Next HillAccidentally On PurposeKing Of The HillNo Earthly GoodThat's The TruthGentle On My Mind (feat. Glen Campbell)It Could Be You (instead Of Him)The General LeeTwelve Days Of ChristmasFarther AlongFar Side Banks Of JordanI Heard The Bells On Christmas DayPickin' TimeMister GarfieldHey Good Lookin'The Christmas SpiritWrinkled Crinkled Wadded Dollar BillWhite GirlCindy (feat. Nick Cave)You Are My SunshineSing A Travelin' SongThe Talking LeavesRide This Train (part 5)Boss JackAmazing GraceWhen I Take My Vacation In HeavenCall Daddy From The MinesThe Fourth Man In The FireChattanooga Sugar BabeI'd Just Be Fool Enough (to Fall)ShantytownI Ride An Old PaintGod Must Have My Fortune Laid AwaySwing Low Sweet ChariotSouthwindThe Ten CommandmentsSons Of Katie ElderSouthwestwardTimes A WastingLook Unto The EastLet Me Down EasyWaiting For A TrainWhen He ComesAlways AloneDon't Go Near The WaterDown The Street To 301It Was JesusTrouble In MindIf He Came Back AgainWhy Do You Punish MeSilent NightStill In TownPie In The SkySoftly And TenderlySing It Pretty SueHome Of The BluesEverybody's Trying To Be My Baby (featuring Carl Perkins)The Wind ChangesRemember Me (i'm The One Who Loves You)The Vanishing Race
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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