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Walk The Line #154
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Walk The Line #154

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Voicing/Format Easy Play Today
Composer John R. Cash
Artist Johnny Cash
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series E-z Play Today
Grade Easy
Catalog # 00100228

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Product Description

Walk The Line #154 Composed by John R. Cash. Performed by Johnny Cash. For Easy Play Today. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00100228, UPC: 884088112417)

15 songs from the best-selling soundtrack and Oscar®-winning film, including: Cry, Cry, Cry · Folsom Prison Blues · I Walk the Line · Jackson · Ring of Fire · That's All Right · You're My Baby · and more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
COCAINE BLUES CASH,JOHNNY ARNALL,T.J.  
CRY CRY CRY CASH,JOHNNY CASH,JOHN R.  
FOLSOM PRISON BLUES CASH,JOHNNY CASH,JOHN R.  
GET RHYTHM CASH,JOHNNY CASH,JOHN R.  
HOME OF THE BLUES CASH,JOHNNY CASH/DOUGLAS/MCALPIN  
I WALK THE LINE CASH,JOHNNY CASH,JOHN R.  
I'M A LONG WAY FROM HOME CASH,JOHNNY COCHRAN,HANK  
IT AIN'T ME BABE DYLAN,BOB DYLAN,BOB  
JACKSON CASH,JOHNNY LEIBER/WHEELER  
JUKE-BOX BLUES CASH,JOHNNY CARTER/CARTER  
MILK COW BLUES CASH,JOHNNY ARNOLD,KOKOMO  
RING OF FIRE CASH,JOHNNY CARTER/KILGORE  
THAT'S ALL RIGHT CRUDUP/LANE  
WILDWOOD FLOWER CARTER FAMILY,THE CARTER/TRADITIONAL  
YOU'RE MY BABY CASH,JOHNNY CASH,JOHN R.  

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