Top Ten Johnny Cash Songs
The Top Ten
my eyes water every time I hear this...
This song had actually saved my life. It really has. I went through an awful stage in my life and started doing something to cope with my problems that in fact made the situation worse. Its ok though I've arranged to talk to a professional. This song helped me on some of my worst days. Its the best cover in the world. He took a song and made it his own but it worked because he had the emotions right. Johnny's life was ending. He was watching the love of his life die in front of him. In many ways, this was like his last words. I love the original too but this is the best cover in the whole world. You wouldn't even know it was a cover.
the most moving song I have ever heard.
Wow! the best song of the country, evers!
so catchy I think this is the first cash song I heard and I fell in love
I'm a Dutch guy born in the 90's, And I Love Johnny Cash, also my friends, The Ring Of Fire is the song we love the most. At every party we are asking for this song!
I first heard this on tony hawk underground 2 I remember playing it over and over again on tony hawk underground 2 as a kid
This a good song, I used to listen to it over and over again on tony hawk under ground 2 as a kid, I still listen to it today
I know most people prefer the new Johnny Cash songs, like Hurt or God's Gonna Cut You Down, but we should not forget his origins and influence in country music all together. This has to be my favorite, with Folsom Prison Blues and Ring of Fire close behind, but the passion he had for this song really made him the artist he was.
I've loved Johnny Cash's music since the first time he ever opened his mouth to sing. No one will ever replace him in my heart.
Come on, this one is a poem, one who no one should love that much, because it means that you are crazy as well...
Just walk the line...
The best real simple country song you can ever heard, I think even johnny cash knew that he hadn't produced such a perfect song like Folsom prison Blues,
Greatest song ever made by Johnny Cash, really gives a groovy feeling but also gives you a country / folky feeling, and the realisation of how bad Folsom Prison really is/was.R.I. P Johnny Cash, He'll always be remembered for his great music, and even now Folsom Prison Blues is still a legendary song.
Wow, this song is what makes cash great to listen to I listen to this song at least once a day. The man in black is a legend.R.I. P but he still lives forever though song
This song was the epitome of Johnny Cash. He cared about the common man whether they were in prison or not. Never sold out to rich corporate greed. We need more music artist like him.
Flat out best story ever told on a song. This is the greatest Johnny Cash song hands down! Every time I listen to it I promise I'm going to name my first son Sue.
If I ever have a son I'm gonna call him Bill or George, anything but sue.
Definitely Johnny Cash's best song out there; it tells the best story with unforgettable and timeless lyrics. Absolutely hilarious as well.
I love the story in this song.. It has dark humour and teaches a lesson...
This song is my favorite Johnny Cash song! His Revelation songs like this and Redemption Day really speak to the truth of what we need to look to in these days of immorality. Johnny's life speaks, and he saw this as important. "And at His feet, they'll cast a golden crown..."
This song truly is a masterpiece ever since the American albums came out his songs have been great but this one truly is a masterpiece
The poetry and music make this one of Cash best songs if not the best. Top three for sure.
What the hell this is one of his best up there with hurt and Folsom prison blues it is lyrically genius. One of my favourite songs ever
Come on this is a classic and makes your spine shiver from the voice of Johnny. This song is one of my favorites and always will be
I love him, when I listen to his songs I go to another level of thinking of life, but this one is a killer, makes you think about death.
Have just discovered Cash's later, Rubin era, music and it's like discovering Bowie all over again. Stark, stripped, simple words and music, a legend
Badass song. Love this as a die hard Cash fan.
The version performed with Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings and Kris Kristofferson is one of the most brilliant songs in history of music. Every time I listen to this I nearly start to cry. Absolutely legendary. Love thoes great men.
This should be number one! Need I mention this song does not only have Johnny Cash in it, but also Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristofferson and Willie Nelson!
Amazing lyrics and music!
Something about this song always brings a smile upon my face when I listen to it
This song shows that Johnny not only speaks for himself but others. He realizes that this world is not a peaceful one and that it never will be. Johnny Cash wore the black because he wanted to show this.
Johnny Cash is an excellent role model, and shows it in this song in a matter that emphasizes the need for morality in today's society. He bears the cross of the people so that everyone else's day may be brighter
People always talk about a "peaceful world" but there never will be, because someone or some people will rebel (i haven't listened to the song so sorry)
Great song, really moving and the deepest of reflections
Great acoustic song, awesome rythym. Really one of the best songs of jonnhy cash.
Best remake song period... Should be in the top 5 maybe even just the top 10 this song deserves a much higher place
Great lyrics, got to feel it inside your head for getting the meaning
This song is legendary. It's just legendary. It's great. Damn...
The Undertaker will be remembered for much longer as this chillingly good song echoes through the decades and will keep Johnny Cash's name where it belongs- among legends... RIP Johnny.
Most beautiful song ever. This song always sends shivers down my spine. Damn.
I don't know how this is not considered one of the best songs ever made by anyone, let alone his best song.
Wonderful lyrics, amazing guitar & brilliant voice! This should be number 1 song!
Most people wouldn't agree, but I think this one is the best.
One pice at a time rules...
This song not bad I remember hearing it on call of dudy black ops 2 zombies on one map
Awesome cover pretty heavy song for Johnny Cash although it's a Soundgarden cover
One of the best songs from johnny rest in piece
Great song of Johnny
Kris Kristofferson may have wrote this song, but I believe that even he would agree that it was Johnny's song. Johnny even basically said as much on his 1970's television show. Not may songs called "epic" truly are epic, but this one deserves that label. This is a top five song, in a laundry list of amazing Johnny Cash sung songs. AND Kris did his own song proud when he sung it at the Johnny Cash Memorial Concert (see YouTube).
Kristofferson was actually working as a janitor at Columbia records when he pitched his song to Cash, who wasn't that eager to hear it at first, as Kristofferson was unknown at the time. Kristofferson was a pilot in the military and delivered the song to Cash by way of helicopter before he finally listened to it. After hearing Sunday Morning Coming Down, Cash realized that this was a pretty good songwriter, and the rest is history.
Lyrically the best johnny cash song in my opinion. I also play it whenever I'm hungover, I wish it was better known though my friend said johnny cash was his favourite singer yet had never heard this
Kris Kristofferson if I remember correctly. Amazing Singers and Songwriters alike, Kris and John. - Beatlesboy9
I wish Scotty McCreey would record this song. I think it was Johnny's BEST!
I think that's the one of the best song. Its really romantic...
For those who don't know, it's a cover of a Depeche Mode song.
ı don't know why but ı like that sond listen it!
you can't listen to this song.. I've Been Everywhere.. without getting up and dancing. this song rocks the house and for us adventurous souls who've done a lot of traveling or moving around- we can relate to its message.
Have to agree, when a friend of mine who dislikes country music totally admitted he enjoyed listening to it when I posted him it!
I used to think I disliked country music. That changed when I listened to this song.
How was this gem not on the list
A great song from one of the greatest albums of all time by one of the greatest artists of all time
It's a little dark...but strong indeed!
The most coolest song
Love you and thr family
This is my favorite song from jonny cash
If you only know the "Popular" J.C. Songs, in addition to Get Rhythm, try listening to: Big River (genius), Luther played the boogie, Straight A's in Love, Delia's Gone, and of course Hey Porter.
It'll shake all the trouble from your worried mind!
Amazing and mesmerizing. This song is a true masterpiece.
Listen to that song, one of the best of Johnny Cash Song
Cry Cry Cry is one of Johnny's legendary songs, it should be at least with the top 5
Cry, Cry, Cry and Hey Porter are Johnny Cash's original hits and showcase he talent early on. They still stand today as one of his best and both should be top 10 in my opinion
This is one of his greatest songs ever, it belongs with the top 5
Absolutely legendary hit... Underrated for its brilliance
Still a great tune...
Such a good song - really puts you in a good mood and I also love june carter's voice as well!
This is the best John/June song. Belongs in Top 5, even with stuff competition
It is not good place for this beautiful sing.
If it speaks to you, it really speaks to you
Great song! At least it have to stand 10th
One reason why Johnny Cash is Number ONE has to do with the quality of his songs. Where other top artists may have 20-30 awesome songs over a career, Johnny has hundreds that would qualify. Sometimes, especially with Johnny Cash songs, some of his earlier works do not get the recognition they deserve, and even more so when the listener was born after 1980 and does not really know his earlier work. Big River is poetry, sung by a poet at the top of his game. Perhaps not his number one song, but at least in the conversation for his best when he was at his best.
Amazing song. Belongs in top Five. Johnny sang three good versions (one with the Highwaymen).
Just a great country rock song, great storytelling lyrics, instantly recognisable intro that sounds just as fresh to this day, no matter how many times you've heard it