Here on this Jackson song by Johnny Cash page are free demos, chord sheets and more for not only the Jackson song , but for other Johnny Cash classics as well.
Help yourself to the free pdf chord sheets. If you require full tutorial lessons for these songs below, there is a purchase link for a small fee. Deeper discounts available from the homepage. I have moved two songs from here and added two others to my Johnny Cash gospel songs page here.
Feb 26th, 1932 – Sep 12th, 2003 (Age 71)
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Ballad Of A Teenage Queen was a 1958 single from the album "Sings The Songs That Made Him Famous".
The song is just a bit over 2 minutes long and hit #1 on the US country charts.
Cocaine Blues was a B-side to a single released in 1979 entitled I'll Say It's True, which peaked t #42.
Cocaine Blues can be found on the album Silver.
Delia's Gone was written about a 14 year old girl who was murdered and Johnny Cash covered the song in 1994.
The song never charted but can be found on his album American Recordings.
Goodbye Little Darlin hails from the 1959 album entitled "Greatest".
The song reached #22 on the US Country Charts.
I Walk The Line was an early hit for Johnny Cash reaching #1 way back in 1956 and hit #17 on the Pop charts.
The song appeared on his first album "With His Hot And Blue Guitar".
In The Jailhouse Now was a single back in 1962 and peaked at #8 on the US Country charts for Johnny.
The track hails from the album The Sound Of Johnny Cash.
It Ain't Me Babe was recorded with June Carter back in 1964 and reached #4 on the country charts.
The track can be found on the album "Orange Blossom Special".
I've Been Everywhere was written by Australian Lucky Starr back in 1962. The song used Australian place names. An American version was created and first recorded by Hank Snow in 1962.
And then in 1996 Johnny Cash put the track on his album Unchained, but he never released the song as a single.
Jackson was another duet song Johnny recorded with June back in 1967 from the album "Johnny Cash's Greatest Hits Vol 1".
The song reached #2 on the US country charts.
Ring Of Fire was written by Johnny's wife June and Merle Kilgore in 1963. The song went on to become a #1 smash hit for Johnny.
You'll find this one on the album Ring Of Fire:The best Of Johnny Cash.
San Quentin was written by Johnny Cash and performed live while at the San Quentin prison show in 1969. The song is found on the album "At San Quentin".
Although the song was quite popular, it was never a single release.
Wanted Man was written by Bob Dylan for his friend Johnny Cash and first recorded back in 1969 for the live album "At San Quentin".
I don't believe the single was released a single at the time but it was released years later in 1991 from The Mystery Of Life album, but the song failed to chart.
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