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Unchained Melodies: Live At Dusseldorf, Germany, Johnny Cash
Unchained Melodies: Live At Dusseldorf, Germany
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Release date:

1997

 
Duration: 72:11  
Size, Mb: 82,80  
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1
Folsom Prison Blues Lyrics
I hear the train a-coming
It's rolling round the bend
And I ain't seen the sunshine
Since I don't know when
I'm stuck at Folsom Prison
And time keeps dragging on
But that train keeps rolling
On down to San Antone

When I was just a baby
My mama told me, "Son
Always be a good boy
Don't ever play with guns"
But I shot a man in Reno
Just to watch him die
When I hear that whistle blowing
I hang my head and cry

I bet there's rich folk eating
In a fancy dining car
They're probably drinking coffee
And smoking big cigars
But I know I had it coming
I know I can't be free
But those people keep a-moving
And that's what tortures me

Well, if they freed me from this prison
If that railroad train was mine
I bet I'd move on over
A little farther down the line
Far from Folsom Prison
That's where I want to stay
And I'd let that lonesome whistle
Blow my blues away
04:27 160 5,09 0.10
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Bury Me Not Lyrics
Recitation: Lord, I've never lived where churches grow I loved creation better as it stood That day you finished it so long ago And looked upon your work and called it good I know that others find you in the light That sifted down through tinted window panes And yet I seem to feel you near tonight In this dim, quiet starlight on the plains I thank you, Lord, that I'm placed so well That you've made my freedom so complete That I'm no slave to whistle, clock or bell Nor weak eyed prisoner of Waller Street Just let me live my life as I've begun And give me work that's open to the sky Make me a partner of the wind and sun And I won't ask a life that's soft or high Let me be easy on the man that's down Let me be square and generous with all I'm careless sometimes, Lord, when I'm in town But never let them say I'm mean or small Make me as big and open as the plains And honest as the horse between my knees Clean as a wind that blows behind the rains Free as the hawk that circles down the breeze Forgive me, Lord, if sometimes I forget You know about the reasons that are hid You understand the things that gall or fret Well, you knew me better than my mother did Just keep an eye on all that's done or said And right me

sometimes when I turn aside And guide me on that long, dim trail ahead That stretched upward toward the great divide

Oh, bury me not on the lone prairie These words came low and mournfully From the pallid lips of a youth who lay On his dying bed at the close of day

Oh, bury me not and his voice failed there But we took no heed to his dying prayer In a shallow grave just six by three We buried him there on the lone prairie.
04:06 160 4,70 0.10
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Over The Next Hill You'll Be Home Lyrics 03:36 160 4,11 0.10
4
Country Boy Lyrics
Country boy, ain't got no shoes
Country boy, ain't got no blues
Well, you work all day while you're waitin' to play In the sun and the sand, with a face that's tan
But at the end of the day, when your work is done
You ain't got nothin' but fun

Country boy, you got a shaggy dog
Country boy, up a hollow log
Well, he comes in a run, when you pick up your gun
And with a shell or two, and your dog and you
When you get your rabbit, you'll skin his hide
He's gonna be good fried

Country boy, you got alot to lose
Country boy, how I wish I was in your shoes

Country boy, ain't got no ills
Country boy, don't owe no bills
You get a wiggly worm and then you watch him squirm
While you put him on a hook and you drop him in a brook
If everything's gonna turn out right, you're gonna fry fish tonight

Country boy, got alot to lose
Country boy, how I wish I was in your shoes

Country boy, you got work to do
Country boy, in the morning dew
You gotta plant the seed, you gotta cut the weeds
There's many a row you know you gotta hoe
When it's quittin' time, and your work is through
There's alot of life in you

Country boy, you lucky thing
Country boy, I wish I was you, and you were me
03:08 160 3,57 0.10
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Unchained Lyrics
I have been ungrateful And I have been unwise Restless from the cradle But now I realize It's so hard to see the rainbow Through glasses dark as these Maybe I'll be able From down on my knees

Oh I am weak Oh I know I am vain Take this weight from me Let my spirit be unchained

Old man swearin' at the sidewalk And I am overcome Seems that we've both forgotten Forgotten to go home

Have I seen an angel Or have I seen a ghost Where's that rock of ages When you need it most

It's so hard to see the rainbow Through glasses dark as these Maybe I'll be able From down on my knees
02:54 160 3,34 0.10
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Ring Of Fire Lyrics
Love is a burning thing
And it makes a fiery ring
Bound by wild desire
I fell into a ring of fire

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

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

The taste of love is sweet
When hearts like ours meet
I fell for you like a child
Oh, but the fire went wild

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

And it burns, burns, burns
The ring of fire
The ring of fire
The ring of fire
03:00 160 3,44 0.10
7
Band Introduction Lyrics 02:16 160 2,61 0.10
8
I Walk The Line Lyrics
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 you're mine
I walk the line

I find it very, very easy to be true
I find myself alone when each day is through
Yes, I'll admit I'm a fool for you
Because you're mine
I walk the line

As sure as night is dark and day is light
I keep you on my mind both day and night
And happiness I've known proves that it's right
Because you're mine
I walk the line

You've got a way to keep me on your side
You give me cause for love that I can't hide
For you I know I'd even try to turn the tide
Because you're mine
I walk the line
02:15 160 2,56 0.10
9
Guess Things Happen That Way Lyrics
Well you asked me if I'll forget my baby.
I guess I will, someday;
I don't like it, but I guess things happen that way.
You asked me if I'll get along.
I guess I will, someway;
I don't like it, but I guess things happen that way.

God gave me that girl to lean on;
Then he put me on my own.
Heaven, help me be a man and
Have the strength to stand alone.
I don't like it, but I guess things happen that way.

You asked me if I'll miss her kisses.
I guess I will, everyday;
I don't like it, but I guess things happen that way.
You asked me if I'll find another.
I don't know; I can't say;
I don't like it, but I guess things happen that way.

God gave me that girl to lean on;
Then he put me on my own.
Heaven, help me be a man and
Have the strength to stand alone.
I don't like it, but I guess things happen that way.
02:09 160 2,47 0.10
10
I Still Miss Someone Lyrics
At my door the leaves are falling
A cold wild wind has come
Sweethearts walk by together
And I still miss someone

I go out on a party
And look for a little fun
But I find a darkened corner
because I still miss someone

Oh, no I never got over those blues eyes
I see them every where
I miss those arms that held me
When all the love was there

I wonder if she's sorry
For leavin' what we'd begun
There's someone for me somewhere
And I still miss someone
03:30 160 4,00 0.10
11
Rusty Cage Lyrics
You wired me awake
And hit me with a hand of broken nails
You tied my lead and pulled my chain
To watch my blood begin to boil

But I'm gonna break
I'm gonna break my
I'm gonna break my rusty cage and run

Too cold to start a fire
I'm burning diesel, burning dinosaur bones
I'll take the river down to still water
And ride a pack of dogs

I'm gonna break
I'm gonna break my
I'm gonna break my rusty cage and run

Hits like a Phillips head Into my brain
It's gonna be too dark
To sleep again Cutting my teeth on bars
And rusty chains,
I'm gonna break my Rusty cage and run

When the forest burns
Along the road Like God's eyes In my headlights
When the dogs are looking
For their bones
And it's raining icepicks
On your steel shore

I'm gonna break
I'm gonna break my
I'm gonna break my rusty cage and run
03:15 160 3,73 0.10
12
Big River Lyrics
Now I taught the weeping willow how to cry,
And I showed the clouds how to cover up a clear blue sky.
And the tears that I cried for that woman are gonna flood you Big River.
Then I'm gonna sit right here until I die.

I met her accidentally in St. Paul (Minnesota).
And it tore me up every time I heard her drawl, Southern drawl.
Then I heard my dream was back Downstream cavortin' in Davenport,
And I followed you, Big River, when you called.

Then you took me to St. Louis later on (down the river).
A freighter said she's been here
But she's gone, boy, she's gone.
I found her trail in Memphis,
But she just walked up the block.
She raised a few eyebrows and then she went on down alone.

Now, won't you batter down by Baton Rouge,
River Queen, roll it on.
Take that woman on down to New Orleans, New Orleans.
Go on, I've had enough;
Dump my blues down in the gulf.
She loves you, Big River, more than me.

Now I taught the weeping willow how to cry,
And I showed the clouds how to cover up a clear blue sky.
And the tears that I cried for that woman are gonna flood you Big River.
Then I'm gonna sit right here until I die.
02:32 160 2,91 0.10
13
Orange Blossom Special Lyrics
Look it yonder coming,
Coming down that rail road track,
Hey, look it yonder coming,
Coming down that rail road track,
It's the Orange Blossom Special,
Bringing my baby back.
Well, I'm going down to Florida,
And get some sand in my shoes,
Or maybe California,
And get some sand in my shoes,
I'll ride that Orange Blossom Special,
And lose these New York blues.
Say man, when're you going back to Florida?
When am I going back to Florida?
I don't know, I don't reckon I ever will.
Ain't you worried about getting your nourishment in New York?
Oh, I don't care if I do die, do die, do die, do die, do die, do die.
Hey, talk about a'rambling,
She's the fastest train on the line,
Talk about a'traveling,
She's the fastest train on the line,
It's that Orange Blossom Special,
Rolling down the sea board line.
04:50 160 5,53 0.10
14
Jackson Lyrics
We got married in a fever,
Hotter than a pepper sprout,
We been talking 'bout Jackson,
Ever since the fire went out.
I'm going to Jackson,
I'm gonna mess around.
Yeah, I'm going to Jackson,
Look out Jackson Town.
We're going down to Jackson,
Go ahead and wreck your health.
Go play your hand you big-talking man,
And make a big fool of yourself.
Yeah, go to Jackson,
Go comb your hair.
I'm then gonna snowball Jackson,
See if I care.
When I breeze into that city,
People gonna stoop and bow,
All them woman gonna make me,
Teach 'em what they don't know how.
I'm going to Jackson,
You turn loose my coat,
Cause I'm going to Jackson,
Goodbye, that's all she wrote.
They're gonna laugh at you in Jackson,
And I'll be dancing on a pony keg.
They'll lead you 'round town like a scalded hound,
With your tail tucked between your legs.
Yeah, go to Jackson,
You big-talking man,
And I'll be waiting in Jackson,
Behind my Jay pan plan.
Well now, we got married in a fever,
Hotter than a pepper sprout.
We've been talking 'bout Jackson,
Ever since the fire went out.
I'm going to Jackson,
And that's a fact.
Yeah, we're going to Jackson,
Ain't never coming back.
We got married in a fever,
Hotter than a pepper sprout.
We've been talking 'bout Jackson,
Ever since the fire went out.
03:08 160 3,59 0.10
15
If I Were A Carpenter Lyrics
If I were a carpenter,
And you were a lady,
Would you marry me anyway,
Would you have my baby?
If you were a carpenter,
And I were a lady,
I'd marry you anyway,
I'd have your baby.
If a tinker was my trade,
Would I still find you?
I'd be carrying the pots you made,
Following behind you.
Save your love through loneliness,
Save your love through sorrow,
I gave you my onlyness,
Give me your tomorrow.
If I were a miller,
And a mill wheel grinding,
Would you miss your colored blouse,
And your soft shoes shining?
If you were a miller,
And a mill wheel grinding,
I'd not miss my colored blouse,
And my soft shoes shining.
Save your love through loneliness,
Save your love through sorrow,
I gave you my onlyness,
Give me your tomorrow.
If I worked my hands on wood,
Would you still love me?
I'd answer you yes I would.
And would you not be above me?
If I were a carpenter,
And you were a lady,
I'd marry you anyway,
I'd have your baby.
Save your love through loneliness,
Save your love through sorrow,
I gave you my onlyness,
Give me your tomorrow.
03:29 160 3,98 0.10
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Shadow Water Lyrics 03:02 160 3,48 0.10
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Sunday Morning Coming Down Lyrics
Well, I woke up sunday morning
with no way to hold my head, that didn't hurt
and the beer I had for breakfast
wasn't bad so I had one more for dessert

Than I fumble through my closet for
my clothes and found my cleanest dirty shirt
and I shaved my face and combed my hair
and stumbled down the stairs to meet the day

I'd smoked my brain the night before
and cigarettes and songs that I've been pickin'
but I lit my first and watched a small kid
cussin' at a can that he was kicking

Then I crossed the empty street and caught
the sunday smell of someone fryin' chicken
and it took me back to somethin' that
I'd lost somehow somewhere along away

On a sunday mornin' sidewalks
wishing Lord that I was stoned
'cause there is something in a sunday
that makes a body feel alone
And there's nothin' short of dyin'
half as lonesome as the sound
on the sleepin' city side walks
Sunday mornin' comin' down

In the park I saw a daddy with
a laughing little girl who he was swingin'
and I stopped beside a sunday school
and listened to the song that they were singin'

Then I headed back for home and
somewhere far away a lonely bell was ringin'
and it echoed thru the canyon like
the disepparing dreams of yesterday
04:37 160 5,29 0.10
18
The Wall Lyrics
Theres a lot of strange men in cell block ten
But the strangest of them all
Was a friend of mine who spent his time
Staring at the wall
Staring at the wall

In his hand was a note that his gal had wrote
Proving crime don't pay
Was the very same gal he robbed and stole for
Naming her wedding day
Naming her wedding day

As he looked at the wall
So strong and tall
I could hear him softly curse
Nobody at all ever climed that wall
But I'm gonna be the first
I'm gonna be the first

Then the warden walked by and said son don't try
I'd hate to see you fall
Cause there ain't no doubt they'll carry you out
If you ever touch that wall
If you ever touch that wall

Well a years gone by since he made his try
But I can still recall
How hard he tried and the way he died
But he never made that wall
He never made that wall

There's never been a man ever shook this can
But I knew a man who tried
The newspapers called it a jailbreak plan
But I know it was sucide
I know it was sucide
04:25 160 5,05 0.10
19
Ballad Of Ira Hayes Lyrics
Ira Hayes,
Ira Hayes

CHORUS:
Call him drunken Ira Hayes
He won't answer anymore
Not the whiskey drinkin' Indian
Nor the Marine that went to war

Gather round me people there's a story I would tell
About a brave young Indian you should remember well
From the land of the Pima Indian
A proud and noble band
Who farmed the Phoenix valley in Arizona land

Down the ditches for a thousand years
The water grew Ira's peoples' crops
'Till the white man stole the water rights
And the sparklin' water stopped

Now Ira's folks were hungry
And their land grew crops of weeds
When war came, Ira volunteered
And forgot the white man's greed

CHORUS:
Call him drunken Ira Hayes
He won't answer anymore
Not the whiskey drinkin' Indian
Nor the Marine that went to war


There they battled up Iwo Jima's hill,
Two hundred and fifty men
But only twenty-seven lived to walk back down again

And when the fight was over
And when Old Glory raised
Among the men who held it high
Was the Indian, Ira Hayes

CHORUS:
Call him drunken Ira Hayes
He won't answer anymore
Not the whiskey drinkin' Indian
Nor the Marine that went to war

Ira returned a hero
Celebrated through the land
He was wined and speeched and honored; Everybody shook his hand

But he was just a Pima Indian
No water, no crops, no chance
At home nobody cared what Ira'd done
And when did the Indians dance

CHORUS:
Call him drunken Ira Hayes
He won't answer anymore
Not the whiskey drinkin' Indian
Nor the Marine that went to war

Then Ira started drinkin' hard;
Jail was often his home
They'd let him raise the flag and lower it
like you'd throw a dog a bone!

He died drunk one mornin'
Alone in the land he fought to save
Two inches of water in a lonely ditch
Was a grave for Ira Hayes

CHORUS:
Call him drunken Ira Hayes
He won't answer anymore
Not the whiskey drinkin' Indian
Nor the Marine that went to war

Yeah, call him drunken Ira Hayes
But his land is just as dry
And his ghost is lyin' thirsty
In the ditch where Ira died

03:11 160 3,65 0.10
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Daddy Sang Bass Lyrics
You're gonna be, maybe the one that lifts me, baby
You're gonna be, maybe the one that fits me, baby
You're gonna be, maybe the one that kissed me, baby
You're gonna be, maybe my dreams come true!

Baby, I don't believe that anybody loves you like I do,
I'm sure that anybody's gonna care about you like, I will do for you

Hold me tight, I'll love you through the night,
Help me please, to take away my sorrow,
Me and you, its like a paradise,
Show me the light!

*You're gonna be, maybe the one that sets me, baby
You're gonna be, maybe the one that loves me, baby
You're gonna be, maybe the one that gets me, baby
You're gonna be, maybe my whole life now!

You're gonna be, maybe the one that leads me, baby
You're gonna be, maybe the one that fits me, baby
You're gonna be, maybe the one that kissed me, baby
You're gonna be, maybe my dreams come true!

Baby, I dont believe that anybody feels the way I do,
Im sure that anybody trusts in love,
Because the world now will break in two

Hold me tight, I'll love you through the night,
Help me please, to take away my sorrow,
Me and you, its like a paradise,
Show me the light!

*repeat

*fade out*
03:07 160 3,56 0.10
21
Southern Accents Lyrics
There's a southern accent, where I come from The young'uns call it country The Yankees call it dumb I got my own way of talkin' But everything is done, with a southern accent Where I come from

Now that drunk tank in Atlanta's Just a motel room to me Think I might go work Orlando If them orange groves don't freeze I got my own way of workin' But everything is run, with a southern accent Where I come from

I got my own way of working When everything is wrong With a southern accent Where I come from

For just a minute there I was dreaming For just a minute it was all so real For just a minute she was standing there, with me

There's a dream I keep having Where my mama comes to me And she kneels down over by the window And says a prayer for me I got my own way of prayin' But everyone's begun With a southern accent Where I come from

We have our own way of livin' But everything is done With a southern accent Where I come from
04:03 160 4,65 0.10
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Instrumental Outro Lyrics 01:19 160 1,49 0.10