Johnny Cash - Closing Medley

Song Rating: 8.51/10

Song lyrics:

I hear the train a comin
Its rolling round the bend
And I aint seen the sunshine since I dont know when,
Lord, Im stuck in Folsom prison, and time keeps draggin on
And that train keeps a rollin on down to San Antone..

[Spoken:] Lets give her a big hand, June Carter
Helen, Anita, Mother Maybelle The Carter Family

I keep a close watch on this heart of mine
I keep my eyes wide open all the time
I keep the ends out for the tie that binds
Because youre mine, I walk the line

Hey alright Now The Tennessee Three: Marshall Grant, Bob Wootton, W.S. Holland

[Spoken:] The Statler Brothers

I Fell Into A Burning ring of Fire
I Went Down, Down, down
And The Flames Went Higher

And It Burns, Burns, Burns
The Ring Of Fire
The Ring of Fire

[Spoken:] Yeah Carl Perkins

Well, when I was a baby my mama told me Son,
That I want you to be a good boy, I dont want you to play with guns.
But I shot a man in Reno, I shot him just to watch him die, Lord yeah
Now that train keeps a rollin, I hang my head down and cry..

Johnny Yuma was the rebel he roamed through the west
Yeah Johnny Yuma the rebel he wandered alone
He got fightin mad this rebel lad he packed no star as he wandered far
Where the only law was a hook and a draw the rebel Johnny Yuma

[Spoken:] I wanna thank you for being so good to us. I like to say a special hello to all the men here at the prison thatre not with us tonight If they couldnt find the key to the door or something. They couldnt let the bunch of them out here. I wish everyone of you couldve be out here with us. All you guys I understand their pipe and the show in for you. Cell somewhere... that supposed... listening... maybe.Is that closed circuit television that you have in here, is it? No. Anyway hello to all you fellers that cant see the show tonight. We wish you could all been here. Weve had a ball, have we not.

Well if theyd freed me from this prison,
If that railroad train was mine
I bet Id move it all a little farther down the line
Far from Folsom prison, thats where I want to stay
And Id let that lonesome whistle blow my blues away...

Date of text publication: 16.01.2021 at 15:46