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The Legend of Johnny Cash (50 Essentials)

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01
Remember Me (I'm the One Who Loves You)
2:00  
02
I Can't Help It (If I'm Still in Love With You)
1:46  
03
You Win Again
2:17  
04
I Love You Because
2:26  
05
Come in Stranger
1:42  
06
Mean Eyed Cat
2:29  
07
Second Honeymoon
1:58  
08
Big River
2:32  
09
Give My Love to Rose
2:41  
10
My Treasure
1:17  
11
Oh Lonesome Me
2:29  
12
So Doggone Lonesome
2:36  
13
When Papa Played the Dobro
2:55  
14
Boss Jack
3:56  
15
Old Doc Brown
4:15  
16
The Fable of Willie Brown
1:57  
17
If the Good Lord's Willing
1:43  
18
Don't Make Me Go
2:29  
19
A Day in the Grand Canyon
10:50  
20
I Couldn't Keep from Crying
2:11  
21
Time Changes Everything
1:52  
22
My Shoes Keep Walking Back to You
2:26  
23
I'd Just Be Fool Enough (To Fall)
2:08  
24
Rock Island Line
2:11  
25
Painted Desert
3:53  
26
On the Trial
8:17  
27
I Could Never Be Ashamed of You
2:13  
28
Cold Cold Heart
2:20  
29
The Wreck of the Old '97
1:48  
30
Belshazar
2:25  
31
Smiling Bill McCall
2:07  
32
Sunrise
5:52  
33
Port of Lonely Hearts
2:34  
34
Cry, Cry, Cry
2:26  
35
Why Do You Punish Me (For Loving You)
2:21  
36
I Will Miss You When You Go
2:04  
37
I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry
2:41  
38
Slow Rider
4:11  
39
Lumberjack
3:03  
40
You're the Nearest Thing to Heaven
2:40  
41
The Story of a Broken Heart
2:11  
42
Going to Memphis
4:22  
43
Down the Street to 301
2:04  
44
Life Goes On
1:59  
45
Transfusion Blues
2:34  
46
Hey Good Lookin
1:43  
47
Seasons of My Heart
2:34  
48
I Feel Better All Over
2:06  
49
I Heard That Lonesome Whistle
2:25  
50
Sugartime
1:48  
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Total Tracks: 50   Total Length: 139:47

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