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Johnny Cash
Chords and Lyrics

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The Man In Black will forever be a legend in country music and he had too many songs to count. We have enjoyed adding a few of Johnny Cash song lyrics to this web site in hopes that someone might like to learn to play and sing them. Johnny Cash was honored to be the youngest inductee into the Country Music Hall Of Fame at the age of 48. The Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame also honored him in 1995 thus making him one of just a handful of country artists to be noted in both organizations.

These country classic song lyrics are the property of the respective artist, authors and labels, they are intended solely for educational purposes and private study only. The chords provided are my interpretation and their accuracy is not guaranteed.

Get your kids involved in music, maybe teach them how to play the guitar, it may become one of their passions and therefore just might keep them on the straight and narrow path, it’s difficult in these modern times. I realize most youngsters don’t particularly enjoy country, but most have never heard many of these great songs. If they have a tendency to sing or play, most classic country songs are not that difficult, so if they can do it well, he/she might succumb to our music and what a great way to keep some of these great old songs alive. Johnny Cash song lyrics may be the ones to win them over.


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Johnny Cash Chords and Lyrics

See Ruby Fall

Second Honeymoon


Shepherd Of My Heart

She's A Go-er

Sing A Traveling Song

Sing It Pretty Sue

Snow In His Hair

So Doggone Lonesome

Song Of The Patriot

Someday My Ship Will Sail

Story Of A Broken Heart

Sunday Morning Coming Down

Sweet Betsy From Pike

Tear Stained Letter

Tennessee Flat Top

Thanks A Lot

That Old Wheel

That's All Over

That's Enough

The Great Speckled Bird

The Greatest Cowboy Of All

The Highwaymen

The Man On The Hill

The Night Hank Williams Came To Town

The Old Account

The Preacher Said Jesus Said

The Rebel (aka Johnny Yuma)

The Reverend Mr. Black

The Ten Commandments

The Thanksgiving Prayer

The Wall

The Wind Changes

The Wreck Of The Old 97

There You Go

There's Always A Mother Waiting At Home

These Things Shall Pass


This Town

Time and Time Again

Train of Love

Troublesome Waters

Two Timing Woman

Understand Your Man

Veterans Day

Waiting for a Train

Wanted Man

We Are The Sheperds

What Do I Care

When He Reached Down His Hand For Me

When I Take My Vacation In Heaven

When I've Learned Enough To Die

When The Roses Bloom Again

Where Did We Go Right

While I Got It On My Mind

Who Kept The Sheep

Wide Open Road

Wildwood Flower

Wings In The Morning

Without Love

Wrinkled Crinkled Wadded Dollar Bill

You And Me

You Are My Sunshine

You Dreamer You

You Remembered Me

You Tell Me

You Won't Have Far To Go

You'll Be All Right

You're So Close To Me

You're The Nearest Thing To Heaven

You've Got A New Light Shining In Your Eyes

You've Got The Ways Of A Woman In Love

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If you want to change the "Key" on any song, click here for the easiest way possible. Copy and paste lyrics and chords to the key changer, select the key you want, then click the button "Click Here". If the lyrics are in a long line, first paste to Microsoft Word or a similar word processor, then recopy and paste to key changer. This software was developed by John Logue.