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The Ghost Of Johnny Cash

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The storm approaches, blocking out the western sky
The road is slick with oil, the scent of gasoline
I’ve dreamed of finding home someday before I died
I’ve come along way and I won’t lay down that dream

And in this Arizona desert where the Joshua trees grow
I’ll ride alone when there’s nowhere left to go
Dressed in black, a memory of the past
I’ll ride into the sunset with the ghost of Johnny Cash

The lightning crashes, and I feel the thunder near
I’ve done more in my life than most men think they could
And when my time comes, let this be the last words I hear
I saw these days, I did these things, I lived this life and it was good

And in this Arizona desert where the Joshua trees grow
I’ll ride alone when there’s nowhere left to go
Dressed in black, a memory of the past
I’ll ride into the sunset with the ghost of Johnny Cash

I sang “Yippee kay-yeah” when we all were young and free
I’ll sing “Yippe kay-yoh” when the ravens come for me
And when it’s our turn to ride the range up in the sky
Dress my soul in black for my spirit will never die

And in this Arizona desert where the Joshua trees grow
I’ll ride alone when there’s nowhere left to go
Dressed in black, a memory of the past
I’ll ride into the sunset with the ghost of Johnny Cash