Johnny and June (Greg McDougal)

Performed by Greg McDougal
Written by Greg McDougal and Stan Johnson

If Johnny Cash were living
He’d be in church on Sunday morning
Singing don’t you weep for me when I’m gone

Cause one day he met Jesus
And he heeded the warning
That God would be calling him home

He didn’t go to Jackson
He’s not in Folsom Prison
He don’t hear no lonesome whistle blow

There ain’t no ring of fire
It’s a heavenly choir
He’s singing for the One who called him home

Miss June Carter Cash
She made Johnny walk the line
God knew he wouldn’t make it on his own

Johnny whispered, “See you soon”
On the day that Miss June died
He knew that God was calling her home

She didn’t go to Jackson
She’s not in Folsom Prison
She don’t hear no lonesome whistle blow

She’s a wildwood flower
In that heavenly choir
She’s singing for the One who called her home

If they were here to tell you what they found
They’d ask you, “Are you hell or heaven bound?”

They didn’t go to Jackson
They’re not in Folsom Prison
They don’t hear no lonesome whistle blow

There ain’t no ring of fire
It’s a heavenly choir
They’re singing for the One who called them home

They play the wildwood flower
In that heavenly choir
They’re singing for the One who called them home

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