I've been on a bit of a Johnny Cash jag lately; listening to his American Recordings series, his historic At Folsom Prison and several CDs of his collected works. I've kinda had Johnny Cash on the brain. And it got me to thinking, "Hey, maybe there's a hidden meaning behind his song titles."
What got me going was I Walk the Line. When were were younger the lyrics we sang were, "I keep my pants done up with a piece of twine, because you're mine, just pull the twine". Yeah, pretty silly, eh? Well, you ain't seen nothin' yet.
I Walk The Line
The mantra of the surviving members of the Flying Wallendas.
Ring Of Fire
The result of drinking 13 Coronas the night before.
Man In Black
What they called that movie before they signed Will Smith to co-star with Tommy Lee Jones.
One Piece At A Time
Rules for successfully completing jigsaw puzzles
Send A Picture Of Mother
His first request if Norman Bates had gone to prison.
A Boy Named Sue
Because your mother really, really wanted a girl.
The name of your personal injury lawyer.
The Beast In Me
That's the last time I order those double Tabasco sauce-laced burritos with jalapeno peppers.
Cry, Cry, Cry
I said that's the last time I order those double Tabasco sauce-laced burritos with jalapeno peppers.
The Latino fella that you pay under the table for doing your gardening.