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The Meaning of "The Man Comes Around" by Johnny Cash

"And I heard a voice in the midst of the four beasts. And I looked, and behold a pale horse, and his name that sat on him was Death, and hell followed with him." - Revelation 6:7-8, (Johnny Cash "The Man Comes Around")

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Johnny Cash Hurt. What a powerful version of the Nine Inch Nail song, as it was recorded shortly before the death of his wife (who has a cameo in the video) and his death. Watching this is heart wrenching as it is almost a retrospective on his life and gives the lyrics new meaning......he really made this song his own.

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“I love songs about horses, railroads, land, Judgment Day, family, hard times, whiskey, courtship, marriage, adultery, separation, murder, war, prison, rambling, damnation, home, salvation, death, pride, humor, piety, rebellion, patriotism, larceny, determination, tragedy, rowdiness, heartbreak and love. And Mother. And God.”

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this is a remix i did to johnny cash's "god's gonna cut you down." the acapella is from 2pac's "only fear of death." to download this and all my other remixe...

Johnny Cash AKA John R. Cash Born: 26-Feb-1932 Birthplace: Kingsland, AR Died: 12-Sep-2003 Location of death: Nashville, TN [1] Cause of death: Diabetes complications

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1983: Cash is attacked by a large African ostrich named Waldo in his wild animal park in Henderson, Tenn. The animal crushes several of Cash's ribs and tears open his stomach. While recovering, Cash becomes addicted to painkillers. In December of that year, he checks into the Betty Ford Center to kick his prescription pill addiction. In 1986, Cash publishes, Man in White, a novel about the Apostle Paul. In July, after a decade without a hit, Johnny is dropped by Columbia Records.

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from syracuse.com

Johnny Cash's great-niece Courtney Cash found stabbed to death, stuffed in box

Johnny Cash's great-niece Courtney Cash found stabbed to death, stuffed in box | syracuse.com

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July 4, 2006: ‘American V: A Hundred Highways,’ one of of Cash's final collaborations with producer Rick Rubin, is released posthumously. The album debuts at no. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 album chart. On February 23, 2010, three days before what would have been Cash's 78th birthday, the Cash Family, Rick Rubin, and Lost Highway Records released his second posthumous record, titled ‘American VI: Ain't No Grave,’ which debuts at no. 3 on the Billboard 200.

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from Washington Post

Leonard Cohen, singer-songwriter of love, death and philosophical longing, dies at 82

His “Hallelujah,” “Suzanne” and “Bird on the Wire,” were recorded by performers as disparate as Nina Simone, R.E.M. and Johnny Cash.