“God Bless Robert E Lee” by Johnny Cash


This fan video features Johnny Cash’s song “God Bless Robert E Lee”. This is song is about Johnny praising the Confederacy general for preventing the unnecessary loss of life.

When Robert E Lee surrended the Confederacy
Jefferson Davis was upset about it
He said how dare that man rescind an order
Form the president of the Confederate States of America
Then somebody told him that General Lee had made the decision himself

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Johnny Cash and Sandy Kelly Sing “Woodcarver”


Check out this music video for the lovely Johnny Cash and Sandy Kelly duet “Woodcarver”.

Woodcarver carve me the house of my dreams
Carve me a valley, make me a stream
That runs through the mountains and under the trees
Woodcarver do this for me
Well I can Carve you a house out of oak out of pine
Make you a castle that sits on the Rhine
Even a cottage that no one can find
With a sun that forever will shine

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Johnny Cash & Glen Campbell Sing “Understand Your Man”

In this video clip from the year 1970, Johnny Cash is joined by another country music great, Glen Campbell, to performing “Understand Your Man” live.

Don’t call my name out your window, I’m leavin’
I won’t even turn my head.
Don’t sent your kinfolk to give me no talkin’
I’ll be gone, like I said.

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Johnny Cash’s “Five Minutes to Live”

Here is Johnny Cash’s song “Five Minutes to Live”. This song was released in the year 1961 along with the movie of the same title.

What all can you give, with five minutes to live?
Hear the tock tick tock of the laughing clock.
What can you do or say?
Maybe you oughta pray.
But you better think positive.
You got five minutes to live.

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Johnny Cash Talks About His Early Years

Johnny Cash talks about the early days of his career and more in this Academy of Achievement interview in 1993.

Johnny Cash starts off sharing when he knew that he wanted to be a singer and performer. He then shares some more insight through the early years of his career up until he has received more acclaim through the years. ‘

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“Drive On” – Johnny Cash Performs Live

In a 1993 episode of the Nashville Now show, Johnny Cash and his band perform “Drive On” live. This song is inspired by the experiences of soldiers in the Vietnam War.

Drive on, it don’t mean nothin’
My children love me, but they don’t understand
And I got a woman who knows her man
Drive on, don’t mean nothin’, and don’t mean nothin’
Drive on

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Johnny Cash Accepts the AMA Merit Award in 1977

In this clip of the 1977 American Music Awards, Johnny Cash accepts the Merit Award.

Johnny Cash who is joined by his wife June and son John as he received this award. He gives a short speech saying how much he appreciates the award and also shares some of the mistakes that he has made in the past and how it helped him grow to the man that he was.

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