They're In Their Song

 

John's Love For June, was a Burning Flame, June's Love For John, Flamed The Same!

(Johnny Cash & June Carter Cash Tribute)


They're In Their Song

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He wrote his songs, about the working man

Rails & Trains that help build our lands

How He Walked The Line & A Boy Named Sue

He even shared, his Folsom Prison Blues

 

He's an All American Hero, He's our Man In Black

He's a Country Music Legend, He's our Johnny Cash

He's Not Gone, Gone, Gone, He's in his songs

He's in his song . . . . .

 

Johnny's one of the Highwaymen

Who shared their songs, across our lands

He stood up tall for his American Flag,

A man in need, never saw his back

 

He's an All American Hero, He's our Man In Black

He's a Country Music Legend, He's our Johnny Cash

He's Not Gone, Gone, Gone, He's in his songs

He's in his song . . . . .

 

John's Love For June, was a Burning Flame

June's Love for John, Flamed The Same

Now they sing and they play

And greet their friends, at the Pearly Gates

 

They're All American Heroes, June and Johnny Cash

They're Country Music Legends, together forever at last

They're Not Gone, Gone, Gone, They're in Their Songs

They're in Their Song . . . . .

 

They're Not Gone, Gone Gone, They're in Their Songs

They're in Their Song . . . . .

 

By Doc "MistaBluesman" Quinn - September 12, 2003 - 11:38am

- Doyle Richard Quinn Jr.

Writer's Note: When I was a kid growing up with country music Johnny Cash was my Country Music Hero and remains my Country Music Hero!

I think back and remember how hard I worked at singing Folsom Prison Blues like Johnny Cash did and playing the lead guitar to the song like Luther Perkins did. My Father (Buddy Quinn) helped me accomplish this and would play it with me dang near everyday! - Fact is, he (My Father) would wake me up in the middle of the night to play Folsom Prison Blues because that was when he would come in from work as a truck driver.

After hearing of Johnny's moving up to The Pearly Gates to be with June Carter Cash the morning of September 12, 2003 I sat with tears rolling off my face and wrote what my heart was thinking of Johnny and June. What you have read above is the outcome of that heartbreak.

I refrained from sharing this write for many years because I wrote it for myself (which I rarely do), but my time is nearing and I want every music lover, fan and artists in the world to know when Johnny Cash moved on to our heavens above, part of me went with him. Sorry for my delay in sharing.

I am working on the backing track as I hear it in my Heart & Soul. Hope to soon have this tribute ready for your listening pleasures and reminiscing.

Now, please understand that my wishful wants of Hank Jr. to record this tribute doesn't limit my acceptance of maybe, Willie, Kris or Toby Keith and so many others that would make sure this write would get around the world. So, come on Hank Jr., I wrote it for you to perform, my number is below! - Lets Talk!

Thanks,

Doc

 

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