Walk the Line

00:02:42Mr. Cash?
00:02:44M... Mr. Cash?
00:02:49Mr. Cash.
00:02:54J.R., turn it off and get to sleep.
00:02:57Change it, J.R. Turn it off.
00:03:07Guess which Carter that is.
00:03:11- Anita? - Nope. June.
00:03:13That was 10-year-old June singing.
00:03:15What was the name of that number?
00:03:17I was gonna sing...
00:03:18Turn it off. Do I have to come in there?
00:03:22Now here's the cut...
00:03:25Let's get to bed.
00:03:39It's hot.
00:03:42It's gonna be hotter tomorrow.
00:03:44Maybe Daddy will quit us early and we can go fishing.
00:03:48We'll go fishing Saturday.
00:03:52Daddy needs a good day from us tomorrow, J.R.
00:03:55I know.
00:04:00- Jack? - Mm-hm?
00:04:06How come you're so good?
00:04:10I ain't.
00:04:14- You pick five times more than me. - Well, I'm bigger than you are.
00:04:18You know every story in Scripture.
00:04:21Well, you know every song in Mama's hymnal.
00:04:24Songs are easy.
00:04:26They ain't for me.
00:04:29There's more words in the Bible than in Heavenly Highway Hymns.
00:04:32Look, J.R., if I'm gonna be a preacher one day...
00:04:35...I gotta know the Bible front to back.
00:04:37I mean, you can't help nobody if you can't tell them the right story.
00:04:50They said by noon it's gonna be 104.
00:04:53Them radio stations say anything to get them niggers off.
00:04:58Ray, why don't you let J.R. Take the babies in?
00:05:01I told Rollins we'd have a crop yesterday.
00:05:04What do I say when he pulls up here and we're shy?
00:05:07You ready to unload that piano?
00:05:10We're not selling Daddy's piano.
00:05:14And I'm not the one in Bardstown drinking every Saturday.
00:05:23Am I a soldier of the cross
00:05:29A follower of the Lamb
00:05:33And shall I fear to own His cause
00:05:46Eh, what's up, doc?
00:06:22Hey, what did that...? That rooster say when he was all blown up...
00:06:25...by TNT and picking his feathers up outside that henhouse?
00:06:29"Fortunately, boy, I keep my feathers numbered for just such an emergency. "
00:07:09I got it. I got it.
00:07:16Can we go soon?
00:07:18Mr. Coles gave me a dollar to cut the whole pile and not half.
00:07:23Go on ahead, J.R. Catch a fish.
00:07:32Put a worm on a hook
00:07:37And drop it in a brook
00:07:42If things go right
00:07:47You'll fry some fish tonight
00:08:09Where you been? Where you been?
00:08:14Throw that pole down. Get in the car. In the car.
00:08:51You hear them, J. R?
00:08:55Do you hear them angels?
00:08:57I can hear them, Jack.
00:09:00They're so beautiful.
00:09:02They're beautiful.
00:09:07Do something.
00:09:11Do something.
00:10:19You know what that is, J. R?
00:10:21- You know what that is...? - Stop it, Ray.
00:10:34Nothing. That's what that is.
00:10:39That's what that's worth.
00:10:41And that's what you are.
00:10:42Leave him alone, Ray. He didn't do this.
00:10:45The devil did this. He took the wrong son.
00:10:49Stop it, Ray. He was my best. Now he's gone.
00:10:52Jack, please don't leave me alone.
00:10:54Ray. Quiet!
00:10:55Stop it... Quiet! Everybody, quiet!
00:11:09You're gonna miss your bus.
00:11:23How come they put "John" on there, J. R?
00:11:25Your name's J.R., not John.
00:11:28Letters don't cut it in the Air Force, Reba. They told me to pick a name.
00:11:34Communist troops have been driven out of Seoul...
00:11:37...by U.S. Forces, led by General Douglas MacArth...
00:11:41Oh. What's that?
00:11:46- Anybody seen Tommy? Hey. - He's leaving, Ray. Come on.
00:11:53Now, don't start crying, Mama.
00:11:56- Be careful with that rifle, J.R. - Yeah, I will, Mama.
00:12:00Last month that Purvis boy got confused and shot himself.
00:12:03Ain't gonna be no battles, Carrie.
00:12:06He's going to Germany. The war is in Korea.
00:12:09I love you. - Love you too.
00:12:12Take this.
00:12:19Thanks, Mama.
00:12:21Take care of yourself, Donzil. Take care of my sister too.
00:12:24I will.
00:12:26Hey, Tommy? Be a good boy.
00:12:34- You're gonna miss your bus. - Yeah.
00:13:53Excuse me. May I?
00:14:49"Dear Vivian, I really miss you.
00:14:52Boo hoo hoo. "
00:14:54It don't matter what you write, Cash.
00:14:56No chassis like that's gonna stay parked in her daddy's driveway for two years.
00:15:19Write something.
00:15:42I saw this church in DĂźsseldorf made of limestone.
00:15:45Big as a train station.
00:15:46We can get married there and go to Venice.
00:15:49That's in Italy, Viv. The streets are made of water. I ain't kidding.
00:15:56I haven't seen you for two years.
00:15:59We only dated for a month.
00:16:02My daddy says there's something wrong with you.
00:16:06Well, what do you say, Viv?
00:16:11I mean, I thought you said you loved me.
00:16:14I do. Oh, I do. I...
00:16:19Well, then don't be scared. You tell him that.
00:16:21- You tell him I love you too. - He says that's impossible.
00:16:25- He says that you hardly know me. - I think I know perfect when I meet it.
00:16:29Let's go, Cash.
00:16:34Listen, baby. You tell your daddy I'm your man.
00:16:37Tell him we'll make a family, and I'm gonna be on the radio because I am.
00:16:41You tell him we'll have a nice house, and we'll be happy.
00:16:43We'll live in Memphis. Tell him I'll love you forever.
00:16:46- You promise? - That's a promise, Viv. You hear me...?
00:16:50Five minutes was up five minutes ago.
00:17:00I am Folsom Prison.
00:17:03At one time they called me Bloody Folsom.
00:17:07And I earned the name. My own prisoners built me.
00:17:10Every block of my granite is cemented by the blood of men.
00:17:15Is it any wonder a man sometimes went berserk...
00:17:17...and fought the hated walls that shut him in?
00:17:20Knock it off, you. Let a guy get some sleep.
00:17:23This was a common scene in those old days.
00:17:26I had so little work for them to do.
00:17:29I hear the train comin'
00:17:34Comin' down the line
00:17:38I can't see no sunshine
00:17:42From this window of mine
00:17:50I'm stuck.
00:17:51When I was just a baby My momma said to me, "Son"
00:17:59"Always be a good boy"
00:18:03"Don't you mess around with guns"
00:18:07But I killed a man in Reno
00:18:15Just to watch him die
00:18:22When I hear that whistle blowin'
00:18:27I hang my head...
00:18:38- and cry
00:19:12You gonna try today, John?
00:19:15Really try to sell something?
00:19:17- What does that mean? - I cleaned out your case last night.
00:19:21Baby, all I found were peanut bags and music magazines.
00:19:27I need you to think about what my daddy offered.
00:19:33Viv, I'm trying. I mean, I'm really trying to sell stuff.
00:19:51Hello, ma'am. I'm from Home Equipment Company over on Summer...
00:19:54...and we have a lot of products...
00:19:57Enamel colors that you can choose from, uh, that we can...
00:20:02Hello, I'm John Cash, and I'm from the Home Equipment Company on Summer.
00:20:06Lucretia. Lucretia, who is it?
00:20:50Hey, you are late.
00:21:27Well, I woke up this morning Looked out the door
00:21:32I can tell that old milk cow By the way she lowed
00:21:35Well, if you've seen my milk cow Please ride her on home
00:21:42I ain't had no milk and butter Since that cow's been gone
00:21:50I've tried to treat you right Day by day
00:21:54Get out your little prayer book Get down on your knees and pray
00:21:57You're gonna need
00:22:02You're gonna need your lovin' Daddy's help someday
00:22:07Well, then you're gonna be sorry For treating me this way
00:22:13Oh, come now!
00:22:28A little higher.
00:22:31You're close. Little higher.
00:22:35A little... Yeah, a little higher.
00:22:37Now play the chord.
00:22:42That's good.
00:22:45Let's hear your E, Marshall.
00:22:48There's my E.
00:22:51Loulabelle, time to come in.
00:22:54Jack. Jack, get in here.
00:22:57- Let's go. Jack.
00:22:59Let's go, John.
00:23:06There are some people
00:23:10Say you cannot tell
00:23:14Whether you are saved or Whether all is well
00:23:22They say you only can hope and
00:23:26Trust that it is so
00:23:30Well, I was there when it happened
00:23:33And so I guess I ought to know
00:23:39Yes, I know when Jesus saved me
00:23:41- Saved my soul - The very moment He forgave me
00:23:45Made me whole
00:23:47He took away my heavy burdens
00:23:50Lord, He gave me peace within
00:23:53- Peace within - Well, Satan can't make me doubt it
00:23:58I won't doubt it
00:24:02I'm gonna shout it...
00:24:13Viv, open the door.
00:24:20Viv, don't embarrass me. Everyone's out there watching.
00:24:30I wanna see my daddy.
00:24:33I wanna go home, John. Please.
00:24:37He's just got a job sitting in there, in San Antonio waiting for us.
00:24:41- It's just sitting there, waiting. - Viv. The guys are here.
00:24:44My band is here in Memphis.
00:24:46Your band? John, your band?
00:24:49Your band is two mechanics who can't hardly play.
00:24:55Oh, baby, can't you hear the difference between you and that?
00:24:59You have your wife and your baby in a dump, John...
00:25:04...and another one on the way. And we can't even make rent.
00:25:21Soon your sugar-daddies will all be gone
00:25:28You'll wake up some cold day And find you're alone
00:25:34You'll call for me But I'm gonna tell you, "Bye, bye, bye"
00:25:40When I turn around and walk away You'll cry, cry, cry
00:25:48You're gonna cry, cry, cry
00:25:52And you'll cry alone
00:25:55When everyone's forgotten And you're left on your own
00:26:01You're gonna cry, cry, cry
00:26:11- You hate me? - No, I don't.
00:26:16That's a mean song.
00:26:18Stupid is what it is, Viv.
00:26:28Vi... Viv, it's just a song.
00:26:48Excuse me, sir? You the owner of this place?
00:26:51- That's me. - Hello. I'm J.R. Cash.
00:26:54Sam Phillips.
00:26:56Good to meet you, Mr. Phillips. I'm a singer, and I got a band.
00:26:59We've been working on some songs.
00:27:00You wanna cut a record, son, it's $4.
00:27:03Well, what about the guys there on the wall in the pictures?
00:27:06- I mean, they pay $4? - They're on my label.
00:27:09Well, how do I get on there?
00:27:11- You audition. - Right now?
00:27:16Call my secretary, Marion, when she comes back.
00:27:18She's at the salon. She'll get you an appointment next month.
00:27:21- I can't wait that long, Mr. Phillips. - Excuse me?
00:27:26I can't wait that long.
00:27:31- What about this one? I can iron it. - No.
00:27:34John, you can't wear that one. It's black.
00:27:37It's the only color of shirt we all have. Nothing wrong with black.
00:27:40- It looks like you're going to a funeral. - Well, maybe I am.
00:27:45Yes, I know when Jesus saved me Saved my soul
00:27:49The very moment He forgave me - Made me whole
00:27:53He took away my heavy burdens Lord, He gave me peace within
00:27:59- Peace within - Well, Satan can't make me doubt it
00:28:04I won't doubt it - It's real and I'm gonna shout it
00:28:07I'm gonna shout it
00:28:09Hold on. Hold on.
00:28:11I hate to interrupt, but you guys got something else?
00:28:19I'm sorry. I can't market gospel no more.
00:28:26So that's it?
00:28:29I don't record material that doesn't sell, Mr. Cash.
00:28:32And gospel like that doesn't sell.
00:28:36So is it the gospel or the way I sing it?
00:28:41Well, what's wrong with the way I sing it?
00:28:44I don't believe you.
00:28:46- You saying I don't believe in God? J.R., come on. Let's go.
00:28:51No. I wanna understand. I mean, we come down here...
00:28:54...we play, and he tells me I don't believe in God.
00:28:57You know exactly what I'm telling you. We've already heard that song.
00:29:02A hundred times. Just like that. Just like how you singing it.
00:29:08- Well, you didn't let us bring it home. - Bring it...
00:29:12Bring it home? All right, let's bring it home.
00:29:17If you was hit by a truck, and you was lying out in that gutter dying...
00:29:21...and you had time to sing one song, huh?
00:29:24One song people would remember before you're dirt...
00:29:28...one song that would let God know what you felt about your time...
00:29:33...here on Earth, one song that would sum you up...
00:29:36...you telling me that's the song you'd sing?
00:29:39That same Jimmie Davis tune we hear on the radio all day?
00:29:44About your peace within and how it's real...
00:29:47...and how you're gonna shout it?
00:29:49Or would you sing something different?
00:29:53Something real? Something you felt?
00:29:55I'm telling you right now, that's the kind of song...
00:29:58...people want to hear. That's the kind of song...
00:30:00...that truly saves people.
00:30:04It ain't got nothing to do with believing in God, Mr. Cash.
00:30:08It has to do with believing in yourself.
00:30:16Well, I got a couple songs I wrote in the Air Force.
00:30:22You got anything against the Air Force?
00:30:28I do.
00:30:33J.R., whatever you're about to play, we ain't never heard it.
00:30:40I hear the train a-comin'
00:30:44It's rollin' around the bend
00:30:48And I ain't seen the sunshine
00:30:52Since I don't know when
00:30:56I'm stuck in Folsom Prison
00:31:01And time keeps draggin' on
00:31:12But that train keeps a-rollin'
00:31:17On down to San Antone
00:31:24When I was just a baby
00:31:27My momma told me, "Son"
00:31:31"Always be a good boy Don't ever play with guns"
00:31:38But I shot a man in Reno
00:31:42Just to watch him die
00:31:50When I hear that whistle blowin'
00:31:54I hang my head and cry
00:31:59I bet there's rich folks eatin' In a fancy dining car
00:32:05They're probably drinkin' coffee And smokin' big cigars
00:32:10Well, I know I had it comin'
00:32:13I know I can't be free
00:32:20But those people keep a-movin'
00:32:24And that's what tortures me
00:33:01Where you been?
00:33:04Are you drunk?
00:33:09- What happened? - He didn't like our gospel.
00:33:15So I played him some songs that I wrote.
00:33:18And we made a record, Viv.
00:33:21I mean a real, real record.
00:33:28We did it like six times. I had to sing the song over and over again.
00:33:32And I'm playing it, and you should've seen Marshall, he was so nervous.
00:33:36But, I mean, we made a real record of my song.
00:33:38- Oh, gee. - I can't believe it. It's still...
00:33:46Yes, sirree, you're listening to the Tennessee Farm Hour.
00:33:50Now, here's a new one from our girl Patsy.
00:34:05Good lyrics.
00:34:07Did you write it?
00:34:08Yeah, it won a poetry prize in Stars and Stripes.
00:34:11That was before... That was before I set it to music.
00:34:22Hey, flip that over for me, will you?
00:34:28This is Bob Neal, and you're listening to the Tennessee Farm Hour...
00:34:32...brought to you by Bronson Seed and Feed.
00:34:36Mr. Phillips? Oh, man, I broke it. I broke it, I broke it.
00:34:39John. John. Broke what? - The record, man, it's smashed.
00:34:43Mr. Neal, he asked me to flip it over...
00:34:44...and when I went to do it, it slipped out of my hands and it broke.
00:34:48The worst part is, I think he liked it.
00:34:50John, I know. We can do it right now.
00:34:53- Let's get Luther and Marshall. - We don't need to record it. Sit down.
00:34:56- I wanna record it. - John.
00:34:57Sit down, John. You don't have to record another one.
00:35:01What you broke is the test press.
00:35:03The factory sends me one of those before they do a run of a thousand.
00:35:09He's yanking your chain, Mr. Phillips.
00:35:12Ain't no way nobody could be that dumb.
00:35:14Leave him be, Jerry Lee.
00:35:24John? Hmm?
00:35:28When are we gonna talk about...
00:35:30...how this tour is gonna work?
00:35:34Because you're...
00:35:36...out of town three out of four weeks for the next three months.
00:35:46You wanted it. - Viv, I don't believe it.
00:35:48He's playing it again.
00:35:50Them folks at Sun tell me...
00:35:52...this boy starts a four-state tour next week.
00:35:58Ho-ho! Son of a gun!
00:36:00We got a baby sleeping. Come on.
00:36:10Vivian, you hear that?
00:36:13Hey! Hey, that's my song!
00:36:15Oh, the baby.
00:36:29Hear Daddy in the wind?
00:36:34Cry, cry, cry
00:36:37I think she really likes it.
00:36:53My name is Jerry Lee Lewis Come from Louisiana
00:36:56Gonna do a little boogie On this here piano!
00:36:59Doing mighty fine Gonna make you shake it
00:37:02Gonna make you do it Make you do it till it breaks
00:37:05Called the Lewis Boogie In the Lewis way
00:37:07Lord, I do my little boogie-woogie Every day
00:37:16Never seen nobody play like that.
00:37:26Well, down in New Orleans
00:37:29The land of dreams The best doggone place, son
00:37:32You ever have seen Yeah, the cats go wild
00:37:34With a boogie that's hot And my boogie makes you want to stop
00:37:38And do the bop It's called the Lewis Boogie
00:37:40In the Lewis way
00:37:42I do my little boogie-woogie Every day!
00:37:49Jerry Lee Lewis, ladies and gentlemen. "The Killer," Jerry Lee Lewis.
00:37:56Grab yourselves a pine box, boys.
00:37:58Nobody follows "The Killer. "
00:38:00These next boys have just put out their first record called "Cry, Cry, Cry. "
00:38:05Oh, shoot. Now I'm late.
00:38:07Oh, my gosh. Excuse me.
00:38:10That's my cue. Oh, no, y... Oh, that's stuck right on my dress.
00:38:14- Hey, Bill. Hold on, Bill. I'm coming. - I think...
00:38:18Oh, my, I think I hear June Carter's voice, ladies and gentlemen.
00:38:24I'll be right there, Bill. I'll be right there.
00:38:27Reckon when, June?
00:38:29Well, Bill, I got tangled.
00:38:33- In what, June bug? Johnny Cash's guitar strap.
00:38:39Don't worry, I can keep this funny for at least two minutes.
00:38:42And I'll tell you what, Bill. He's a strapping boy, that Johnny Cash.
00:38:45And his guitar strap's pretty strapping too.
00:38:50Here. I love that "Cry" song, by the way.
00:38:53Hey, thanks.
00:38:55Ladies and gentlemen, Miss June Carter.
00:38:57Bill. Bill, I had to come and tell you. I had to tell you.
00:39:01I had to tell you. I just can't sing tonight.
00:39:07You best be getting out here.
00:39:11Bill, I got the laryngitis.
00:39:14Me too.
00:39:15June, we just... - I do. Y'all laughing, but I do.
00:39:19We all just heard you hollering up a storm backstage.
00:39:23Well, I didn't have it then, Bill.
00:39:28Ladies and gentlemen, Miss June Carter.
00:39:39All right, June's gonna be back to sing later.
00:39:41Her family's also with us tonight.
00:39:43But like I was saying, these boys up next are hotter than a pistol.
00:39:47They are burning up the radio with their new hit, "Cry, Cry, Cry. "
00:39:51And I wanna make sure we give them a big Texarkana welcome.
00:39:54So here they are, folks. New passengers on the Sun Rocking Railway...
00:39:58...Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two.
00:40:13Hello. I'm Johnny Cash.
00:40:27Hey, get rhythm When you get the blues
00:40:32Come on, get rhythm When you get the blues
00:40:37Get a rock 'n' roll feelin' In your bones
00:40:39Get taps on your toes And get gone
00:40:41Get rhythm when you get the blues
00:40:47Little shoeshine boy Never gets low down
00:40:49But he's got the dirtiest Job in town
00:40:51Bendin' low at the people's feet On the windy corner of a dirty street
00:40:56Well, I asked him While he shined my shoes
00:40:58How he'd keep From getting the blues
00:41:00He grinned as he raised his little head
00:41:02He popped a shoeshine rag And then he said
00:41:04"Get rhythm when you get the blues
00:41:08Come on, get rhythm When you get the blues
00:41:13Yes, a jumpy rhythm Makes you feel so fine
00:41:15It'll shake all the trouble From your worried mind
00:41:18Get rhythm when you get the blues"
00:41:39All right.
00:41:41Well, I sat down to listen To the shoeshine boy
00:41:44And I thought I was gonna jump for joy
00:41:46Slapped on the shoe polish Left and right
00:41:48He took a shoeshine rag And he held it tight
00:41:51He stopped once To wipe the sweat away
00:41:53I said, "You're a mighty little boy To be a-workin' thataway"
00:41:55He said, "I like it" With a big, wide grin
00:41:57Kept on a-poppin' and he said again
00:41:59"Get rhythm when you get the blues
00:42:03Come on and get rhythm
00:42:04All right!
00:42:06When you get the blues
00:42:08It only costs a dime, just a nickel a shoe
00:42:10It does a million dollars' worth Of good for you
00:42:13Get rhythm when you get the blues"
00:42:24Thank you. Thank you very much.
00:42:28Well, I love that hair, long and black
00:42:30Hanging down to the middle of your back
00:42:32Don't cut it off, whatever you do I need it to run my fingers through
00:42:36Viv, I'm telling you, I think this is the best show we've ever done.
00:42:39Hell, it might be the best show I've ever seen, no kidding.
00:42:42Where are you? - Texarkana. Baby, I miss you.
00:42:46Hey, do you hear Orbison doing our song? He turned it to a two-step. Listen.
00:43:06- Do you hear that? - Damn it.
00:43:07What's the matter?
00:43:10Damn it. Roseanne just ran her head into the table.
00:43:12Roseanne. Roseanne. Here, talk to Daddy.
00:43:16Hey, Roseanne? Hey, it's Daddy.
00:43:18Honey, don't, don't cry. Daddy's gonna be home real soon.
00:43:22- John, I have to go. - Huh?
00:43:24I have to go, John.
00:43:35Hey, y'all say hi to Johnny Cash. Dad, he wrote that "Cry, Cry, Cry" song.
00:43:38Mother Maybelle.
00:43:40- How you doing, Johnny Cash? - Good. Heck, I'm great, ma'am.
00:43:43- Hello, John, I'm Ezra. - Yeah, I know.
00:43:46- It was nice to meet you, son. - Real good to meet you, sir.
00:44:12I walked into a honky-tonky Just the other day
00:44:16I dropped a nickel in a jukebox Just to hear it play
00:44:20I didn't have no tune in mind I didn't wait to choose
00:44:24Just dropped a nickel in the slot And played the Jukebox Blues
00:44:36There's a guy in there With an old tin horn
00:44:38And a feller on an old banjo
00:44:40And the man on the fiddle He wasn't no slouch
00:44:42He could really drag that bow
00:44:48You sounded good tonight, Cash. Real tight.
00:44:51Oh, thanks, man.
00:44:54You want some chili fries?
00:44:56Oh, no, that's okay.
00:44:58She's been in the spotlight since you and me was biting ankles.
00:45:03They say Maybelle had a crib at the Ryman...
00:45:05...so she could pull her out and let her whoop and holler...
00:45:08...and pop her back in and go to sleep.
00:45:10It must have been a drum
00:45:12It gave that song a solid beat Boy, he was goin' some
00:45:24I walked into a honky-tonky Just the other day
00:45:28I dropped a nickel in a jukebox Just to hear it play
00:45:32I didn't have no tune in mind I didn't wait to choose
00:45:36Just dropped a nickel in the slot And played the Jukebox Blues
00:45:48I've played a lot of jukeboxes Most every one in town
00:45:52But that's the first tune I ever heard That could make one dance around
00:45:58Play the Jukebox Blues
00:46:00Such a rhythm I never heard I danced out both of my shoes
00:46:16- We're leaving in an hour, John. All right.
00:46:21Oh, that's a sweet story, honey.
00:46:25All right.
00:46:29I'm leaving in, like, five minutes.
00:46:32All right.
00:46:33Is everything else all right?
00:46:37I love you too.
00:46:40- Bye-bye. Bye-bye. How you doing?
00:46:43- Coffee? - Yeah...
00:46:45...and some toast, please.
00:46:51- Hey. - Hey, how are you?
00:46:53Good. Do you mind?
00:46:54No, not at all.
00:46:56- Did you lose your voice? - I did.
00:46:59I was just singing my heart out up there.
00:47:01I got to ask you how you came up with that sound.
00:47:05What sound?
00:47:06That sound everybody's talking about. Steady like a train. Sharp like a razor.
00:47:11Well, we'd play faster if we could.
00:47:15You know, I guess it just come out like that.
00:47:19I gotta close my register. - Oh, yeah, sure.
00:47:24Thank you.
00:47:28Here's a picture of my wife, Viv.
00:47:31- My baby, Roseanne. - Oh, look at her. She's beautiful.
00:47:35Thanks. Got another one on the way.
00:47:37- I got a little girl too. - Yeah?
00:47:38Her name's Carlene. Yeah. She's about the same age.
00:47:45When I was in the service, I used to look at pictures of you.
00:47:49- You know, in magazines. - Oh.
00:47:53No. No, it wasn't like that.
00:47:56I mean, I... I liked your music, you know?
00:47:58- Yeah? - Yeah.
00:48:00I mean, I... You were... Well, you are... I mean, I... I kept track of you.
00:48:04Yeah, you and your family, you know.
00:48:07I listened to your voice my whole life, you know?
00:48:10Now, me and my brother, Jack, we always listened to your songs.
00:48:15- You know, like "Swallerin' Place. " - Yeah.
00:48:17Yeah, we liked it when you'd sing one alone.
00:48:20Well, you and Jack are the only ones.
00:48:24- What do you mean? - I'm not really much of a singer, John.
00:48:28I mean, I got a lot of personality, I got sass.
00:48:32I give it my all, but my sister Anita's really the one who's got the pipes.
00:48:36- Well, who said that? - Everybody.
00:48:38My mama, my daddy.
00:48:40That's how come I learned to be funny. So I'd have something to offer.
00:48:49Parents aren't always the best judge of things...
00:48:51...you want my opinion.
00:48:57So how long you on the tour?
00:49:00Another couple of weeks. We just got on board...
00:49:03...but I tell you, it feels like a lot longer.
00:49:06I'm sure.
00:49:08I'm headed off. I'm going to the Ryman.
00:49:10Tell your brother Jack to tune in, I'll sing him something.
00:49:13What does he like?
00:49:15Oh, that's... That's sweet. But he passed.
00:49:19I'm sorry. Were y'all real close?
00:49:23Yeah. Yeah, he's, uh...
00:49:31It's funny, I ain't talked about Jack in a long time, you know? It's...
00:49:37After he died, I... I talked about him all the time...
00:49:44...but I guess people grew tired of it.
00:49:47So I just stopped.
00:50:01You're tired, aren't you?
00:50:08It'll slow down.
00:50:12It will.
00:50:15I better get going.
00:50:18It was good to talk to you.
00:50:20- You too. - Take care.
00:50:22Hopefully, I'll see you soon. - You better tune in.
00:50:25- I'll sing you that "Swallerin' Place. " - I will. I really will.
00:50:43That's fine. That's... That's perfect.
00:50:45Yes, ma'am.
00:50:49When was the last time you heard him moving around in there?
00:50:52I don't know.
00:51:03Thought you were gonna help me today, John.
00:51:13You head out tomorrow.
00:51:16- Yeah. - Yeah.
00:51:19Better start living life here with us when you come home...
00:51:23...before you have to leave again.
00:51:27You know, I was thinking.
00:51:31You know, maybe I could get Bob to push my dates.
00:51:34I'm happy when I'm here.
00:51:38I like waking up and seeing your face.
00:51:52John, those bags over there...
00:51:55Those letters in there are 10-to-one from girls.
00:51:59Ten to one. And they're obscene.
00:52:03Reba's been trying to answer some of them.
00:52:05Half of them ain't even 15...
00:52:07...and they are sending pictures of themselves in bathing suits.
00:52:11Pictures for you to look at while you're doing time at Folsom.
00:52:16- Oh, Viv. - This one girl, she sent you her diar...
00:52:19Viv, don't even read those letters, they're...
00:52:22It's just crazy right now, that's all.
00:52:25You know.
00:52:27Hell, you should have seen last week.
00:52:30We was at the fair...
00:52:32...and this bus full of 4-H girls pulls up, you know...
00:52:35...and they come piling out of there.
00:52:37They go running, screaming after Carl and Roy. I mean, running.
00:52:40John. I have a casserole in the oven and your sister...
00:52:44...in the kitchen, and I don't want to talk about the tour.
00:52:49Well, Viv, you, you're the one that brought it up.
00:52:52In fact, that's my new rule.
00:52:55When you come home...
00:52:57...I wanna get right down to talking about regular things.
00:53:00Viv, don't give me no rules.
00:53:02All I got are rules.
00:53:04All I got is to be at this place at this time.
00:53:06I'm trying to go there...
00:53:08...and I'm trying to spend time with you, the kids.
00:53:10And write songs through this. What do you want from me?
00:53:13I got you your dream house. All of your things, all the pretty little things.
00:53:17I got you your car. What do you want from me?
00:53:20I want you, John. I want you. And I want everything that you promised me.
00:53:27Well, what if I can't do that?
00:53:57Got your mind on something?
00:54:01What are you doing up there, man?
00:54:03I'm building a bomb.
00:54:06Where are we going again?
00:54:08Tyler. George Jones' show.
00:54:12Where was it we just was?
00:54:15- Have another one, Carl. Austin, Carl.
00:54:18That's where y'all picked me up.
00:54:19Hey, John, you seen the new charts?
00:54:22"Cry, Cry, Cry" was 14, I think.
00:54:24Yeah, I heard that, but I haven't seen it.
00:54:26Wherever we've been, I can tell you where we're going.
00:54:31Everybody in this car's going to hell.
00:54:34And what about the car up there?
00:54:37We're all going to hell for the songs we sing.
00:54:40People who listen to them will go to hell too.
00:54:42You shut up with that.
00:54:44God gave us a great big apple, see?
00:54:46And he said, "Don't touch it. "
00:54:48He didn't say touch it once in a while or take a nibble when you're hungry.
00:54:52He said, "Don't touch it. "
00:54:54Don't think about touching it.
00:54:56Don't sing about touching it.
00:54:58Don't think about singing about touching it.
00:55:04And what about me, Jerry Lee? Am I going to hell?
00:55:09No, June. You're beautiful.
00:55:13Sleepy is what I am.
00:55:18She's making me fall in love with her.
00:55:25Feel my heart. Come here. Sincerely.
00:55:27Feel my heart, baby. It's just a-beating for you.
00:55:30- Stop. Come on, feel it.
00:55:32- I'm falling for you. Hey.
00:55:33- No, you're not. Jerry Lee. Jerry Lee.
00:55:36Come on.
00:55:37Sit your ass down. Just sit down.
00:55:40The 1957 Chevrolet. There's new designs...
00:55:44Looks like we're here.
00:55:46Oh, thank goodness.
00:55:48Get me out of this car and all these boys.
00:56:03Let's go. Home sweet home, boys.
00:56:07You can just put those right there. That'd be great.
00:56:12Oh, wait. I wanted to give you that Billboard.
00:56:15Oh, right.
00:56:18It's in here somewhere.
00:56:22You got a library in there, June.
00:56:27Here it is. I circled it for you. It's right there.
00:56:31Yeah, 14.
00:56:35I can't believe it.
00:56:38Um, I wanted to give you this.
00:56:43I just finished it. It's really amazing.
00:56:47- "The Prophet"? - Yeah.
00:56:49Keep it.
00:56:51- Oh, no. You don't... - Whenever I finish a book...
00:56:53...I give it away to somebody. It just lightens my load.
00:57:04I just went through a terrible divorce.
00:57:10And I got a world of judgment on me right now.
00:57:17And, um, it's really none of my business...
00:57:20...but you seem like you have a nice family.
00:57:26I'm sorry. It just happened.
00:57:29Just happened?
00:57:34And you wear black because you can't find anything else to wear?
00:57:38You found your sound because you can't play no better?
00:57:42And you just tried to kiss me...
00:57:45...because it just happened?
00:57:50You should try taking credit for something every once in a while.
00:58:09- Hey, Luth. - Hey, John.
00:58:11You okay?
00:58:13I'll let you know in a few minutes. How you doing?
00:58:16Okay. That boy Elvis sure likes to talk poon.
00:58:21That's all I heard since Lubbock.
00:58:24- You want some? - What is it?
00:58:29They'll make you wanna drive all the way to Jacksonville...
00:58:32...and enjoy yourself once you get there.
00:58:35Elvis takes them.
00:58:44Yes, sir. Try some.
00:58:46That's a lot. Be careful.
00:58:48Here comes Marshall with his bomb.
00:58:50You got your lighter, J. R? - Yeah.
00:58:54All right, you help me get up in there. Grab that fuse.
00:58:57How long we got us after we light it?
00:58:59About 30 seconds a foot.
00:59:02All right.
00:59:05He light it? Does your wife know...
00:59:07...you like to blow stuff up?
00:59:08Sure she does. That's why I married her, John.
00:59:12Well, you light it?
00:59:14There's a bomb up there...
00:59:18It'll go.
00:59:22It didn't work.
00:59:24Way to go, Johnny boy.
00:59:31It was around about four And I thought she would stop
00:59:34She looked at me And then she looked at the clock
00:59:37She said, "Now, wait a minute, Daddy Now, don't you get sore"
00:59:40"'Cause all I want to do Is rock a little bit more"
00:59:43'Cause she's my rock 'n' roll Ruby Rock 'n' roll, rock 'n' roll Ruby
00:59:48Rock 'n' roll When Ruby starts a-rockin'
00:59:51It satisfies my soul
00:59:55One night my Ruby left me all alone I tried to contact her on the telephone
01:00:01I finally found her about twelve o'clock
01:00:04She said, "Leave me 'lone, Daddy 'Cause your Ruby wants to rock"
01:00:07'Cause she's my rock 'n' roll Ruby
01:00:09Rock 'n' roll Rock 'n' roll Ruby, rock 'n' roll
01:00:13When Ruby starts a-rockin' Man, it satisfies my soul
01:00:24Thank you. Thank you very much.
01:00:31How about them boys, huh?
01:00:33Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Three.
01:00:36- You kicked it good tonight, John. Thanks, man.
01:00:39That's right. Kiss his ass.
01:00:40Hey, Jerry Lee, your mama know you're out?
01:00:42She knows.
01:00:44She knows.
01:00:46How about that Johnny Cash, everybody?
01:00:49Johnny Cash.
01:00:59Well, that's all right, Mama That's all right with you
01:01:03That's all right, Mama
01:01:06Just any way you do
01:01:07Well, that's all right, that's all right
01:01:11That's all right now, Mama
01:01:14Any way you do
01:01:17Well, Mama, she done told me
01:01:19Papa done told me, too
01:01:21Said, "Son, that gal you're foolin' with
01:01:23She ain't no good for you"
01:01:25Well, that's all right That's all right
01:01:28Now, that's all right now, Mama
01:01:31Any way you do
01:01:52Mr. Cash? Yeah?
01:01:54There's a Miss Audrey Parks here to see you.
01:02:00Audrey Parks.
01:02:19Well, that's all right That's all right
01:02:22Now, that's all right now, Mama Any way you do
01:02:28Oh, get it now!
01:02:37Ray, why don't you say grace?
01:02:39Mama, it's J.R.'s table. Why don't you say grace, J. R?
01:02:43No, go ahead, Pa.
01:03:10I go out on a party
01:03:15And look...
01:03:17I go out on a party
01:03:23And look for a little fun
01:03:29I found...
01:03:33But I find a...
01:03:43But I find a darkened corner
01:04:43Go out on a party
01:04:50And look for a little fun
01:04:58But I find a darkened corner
01:05:16'Cause I still miss someone
01:05:28'Cause I still miss someone
01:05:40Hi. - Hi.
01:05:49You're June Carter, ain't you? Oh, my. Betsy Purvis.
01:05:55Hi, Betsy. So nice to meet you.
01:05:57- We're coming to the show. - Wonderful.
01:05:59- This is my husband, Lloyd. Hi, Lloyd. So nice to meet you.
01:06:03You know where the fishing tackle is?
01:06:05- Back of them footballs on the corner. - All right, great.
01:06:08Enjoy the show. And if you have any requests, just holler them out.
01:06:12Good morning. - Hey.
01:06:13She's even prettier in person.
01:06:35Can I help you? - Oh, I'm looking for some lace.
01:06:39Oh, the sewing store on Saticoy's got lace.
01:06:42Thank you.
01:06:45You know, your ma and pa...
01:06:47...are good Christians in a world gone to pot.
01:06:49Well, I'll tell them you said that.
01:06:51I'm surprised they still speak to you.
01:06:53After that stunt with Carl Smith.
01:06:56Divorce is an abomination. Marriage is for life.
01:07:03I'm sorry I let you down, ma'am.
01:07:22- Hey. Hey.
01:07:24What's funny?
01:07:26You've been standing in that spot for about 10 minutes...
01:07:29...staring at that Polly Pepper book.
01:07:32Well, I can't... I can't figure which one Roseanne would like more.
01:07:36She got brown hair, which makes me think this one.
01:07:39- Right. - But this is "Baby Sisters. "
01:07:41And she got a baby sister, and...
01:07:44Well, I got that one for Carlene, and she liked it.
01:07:46- Mm-hm. I missed her birthday. - Oh.
01:07:51So I wanted to get her something more...
01:07:53...you know? Like one of these dollhouses.
01:07:56But I don't know how to get it out to her.
01:07:58Want me to help you?
01:08:04I think there's a lake right up around the corner.
01:08:16- You got a hitch in your giddyup? - Yeah.
01:08:39Forgot how much I like this.
01:08:42Hey, June? I never used one of these fancy reels before.
01:08:47Well, what'd you use, a sapling?
01:08:51Okay, hold on. I'll help you.
01:08:54It's like there's some kind of lock on it or...
01:08:57No. My daddy taught me how to do this, I'll show you.
01:08:59Keep your thumb there on the button.
01:09:01That loosens the line.
01:09:03And then you're gonna bring it back.
01:09:05Then you're gonna throw it out there.
01:09:07And then when you're ready, if you got a good spot for it...
01:09:10...you let go of the button. All right?
01:09:12- Sidearm? - Yeah, sidearm.
01:09:14All right.
01:09:18See? There you go.
01:09:39Just around the corner There's heartache
01:09:45Down the street that losers use
01:09:50If you can wade in Through the teardrops
01:09:55You'll find me At the Home of the Blues
01:10:00Yeah, you're gonna find me at The Home of the Blues
01:10:15Hey, folks, what do you say we get June Carter out here again?
01:10:18Maybe she'll sing with me.
01:10:20No, no, no. No.
01:10:21Oh, come on, June. I never sing with you.
01:10:24I got my slippers on, and I'm not coming out there.
01:10:26They don't care if you got your slippers on.
01:10:29Come on, it's the shank of the evening.
01:10:31Folks, let's hear it. June. June.
01:10:33June, June, June.
01:10:35June, June, June.
01:10:37- June, June, June. - Come on, June, prove Elvis wrong.
01:10:41He says you can't do nothing that ain't written in your calendar.
01:10:44June, June, June, June, June, June.
01:10:59See, June? They wanna see us together.
01:11:01All right. Quit that clutching on me and I'll sing with you.
01:11:04But you gotta quit clutching on me.
01:11:06Hi, folks. How y'all doing again?
01:11:08I hope y'all don't mind my bare feet.
01:11:11So, what are we gonna sing, Johnny?
01:11:13You got me out here. Is that where your plan ends?
01:11:17Well, I always liked that song of yours:
01:11:19"Time's a-Wastin'." Let's do that one.
01:11:21Oh, come on. I don't know about that. How about your hit song, "Big River"?
01:11:25That's a good song.
01:11:27Well, "Big River" ain't a duet.
01:11:29- Uh, let's do "Time's a-Wastin'." - I am not gonna sing that song.
01:11:33It's inappropriate. I recorded it with my ex-husband. I will not sing it.
01:11:37No better way to put it behind you.
01:11:39- I'm not gonna do it. - June, just sing.
01:11:42- I've got arms - And I've got arms
01:11:44Let's get together and use those arms
01:11:47Let's go
01:11:49- Time's a-wastin' - Time's a-wastin'
01:11:52I've got lips
01:11:54And I've got lips
01:11:55Let's get together and use those lips
01:11:58Let's go
01:12:00- Time's a-wastin' - Time's a-wastin'
01:12:03A cake's no good If you don't mix the batter
01:12:06And bake it
01:12:09And love's just a bubble
01:12:10If you don't take the trouble To make it
01:12:14- So if you're free to go with me - So if you're free to go with me
01:12:17I'll take it quicker than one-two-three
01:12:20Let's go
01:12:22- Time's a-wastin' - Time's a-wastin'
01:12:37Don't do that.
01:12:40Hey, June.
01:12:54June? Open up.
01:12:57June, open the door.
01:12:58Just leave me be, John, all right?
01:13:02What? What, what did I do?
01:13:06June, it's a song.
01:13:09Just please get away from me.
01:14:16I think I hear Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Three.
01:14:20They'll be playing all weekend long at the Malco.
01:14:22Matinees and evening shows...
01:14:24...along with Jerry Lee Lewis, June Carter and Carl Perkins.
01:15:07It's the candyman
01:15:08Well, all you ladies gather round
01:15:11You know who's comin' to town
01:15:13And it ain't Santa Claus
01:15:14It's the candyman
01:15:16The candyman right there, Luther.
01:15:18How come you don't never try this brand of picking, Luther?
01:15:25What you're looking for, Waylon, I already found.
01:15:29The candyman is coming home
01:15:32Don't get stuck On the candyman's stick
01:15:37Well, hey, June.
01:15:40Hey, Jerry Lee.
01:15:46How you doing, John?
01:15:53Well, okay, June. How you doing?
01:15:56I surmise you've never been to bed.
01:15:59- "Surmise. " We got a show at 2.
01:16:02- A matinee. You remember? We were just practicing.
01:16:04- Sit down. It's slick here. Practice makes perfect.
01:16:07- Not today, Jerry Lee. Why not?
01:16:10- Because you're drunk. Uh-oh.
01:16:14Amen, brother.
01:16:16Come on, Junie, just come have a beer with us.
01:16:19I'm going home tonight after the show.
01:16:21I'm not here to look after y'all.
01:16:26You're not?
01:16:31You got somebody to do that for you, John.
01:16:34You got a wife somewhere. You remember that?
01:16:37Well, what if I didn't?
01:16:40There's too many ifs in that sentence.
01:16:42Only one, actually.
01:16:44There's only one if in that sentence, June.
01:16:48Good point.
01:16:50I thought it was a good point. I mean, there is only one.
01:16:53- Really? It's a good point.
01:16:59Hey. - Don't talk to me like that.
01:17:02We surrender. We surrender.
01:17:04What was I thinking? I must've been crazy.
01:17:08Y'all are gonna blow this tour.
01:17:10You can't walk no line.
01:17:13June, we ain't blowing the tour.
01:17:15I am not gonna be that little Dutch boy with my finger in the dam no more.
01:17:19You're lying to yourself if you think this is about a tour.
01:17:22This isn't about a tour.
01:17:24This isn't about a song.
01:17:42I keep a close watch On this heart of mine
01:17:47I keep my eyes wide open all the time
01:17:51I keep the ends out For the tie that binds
01:17:55I got his picture.
01:17:57Because you're mine, I walk the line
01:18:04As sure as night is dark And day is light
01:18:09I keep you on my mind Both day and night
01:18:13And happiness I've known Proves that it's right
01:18:17John. Honey, I wanna take your picture. Roseanne, look at Mommy.
01:18:21Say cheese.
01:18:25You've got a way To keep me on your side
01:18:30You give me cause for love That I can't hide
01:18:34For you I know I'd even try to turn the tide
01:18:39Because you're mine, I walk the line
01:18:44What do you think of California?
01:18:46We like it. We just bought a house.
01:18:49I keep a close watch On this heart of mine
01:18:53I keep my eyes wide open all the time
01:18:58I keep the ends out For the tie that binds
01:19:02Because you're mine, I walk the line
01:19:27Come on in, everybody.
01:19:32Hey, Kath? Roseanne?
01:19:36Hey, girls, look up in the sky.
01:19:38Hey, girls! Hurry up, you can't miss it.
01:19:42Hey. You see that bird up there?
01:19:47You see that bird? That's a falcon.
01:19:50Yeah. Yeah.
01:19:54Come on in, everybody.
01:19:55This is the topic. All right, the answer is:
01:19:58You ought to know that one. You look at the funnies.
01:20:00- Shmoos. What were the shmoos?
01:20:03Correct. Go on and choose the next.
01:20:05Let's go with...
01:20:07What is this?
01:20:09Hey, I've been looking for that.
01:20:11That's the letter I wrote to Bob Dylan on the plane.
01:20:14That folk singer I told you about.
01:20:15You wrote it on an airsickness bag, honey.
01:20:19So what?
01:20:22What's so funny?
01:20:24I was thinking maybe you ought to try sleeping at night.
01:20:28Maybe eating. Maybe both.
01:20:32Hey, Viv, you made your mind up about tonight?
01:20:37You coming?
01:20:41Well, okay. Because you're asking so nice.
01:20:45I got it. Got it.
01:20:52Hello? Hey, Bob.
01:20:54Hey, can you hold on a second? One second.
01:21:11So, uh, you tell them awards people that we're gonna come.
01:21:19Hey, Bob. Do you know, is June gonna be there?
01:21:24This year we had a British invasion, a beautiful girl from Brazil...
01:21:28...a matchmaker from New York. We even had a flying nanny.
01:21:32- In 1964, we covered the globe. Hey, Johnny.
01:21:35Hey, Randy, how are you?
01:21:36- With some incredible acts...
01:21:38June? Hey.
01:21:39Hi, John.
01:21:41- Been a long time. - Yeah.
01:21:44- Hi, Vivian. How are you? - Hello, June.
01:21:48I saw you got married.
01:21:50- Uh, yes, I did. - Congratulations, June.
01:21:53Thank you. I appreciate that. - You're welcome.
01:21:55- So you think this one will stick? John.
01:21:57Is this your third? John.
01:21:59I'm just asking a question.
01:22:01Do not do this to me.
01:22:13- Hey, June, wait. I need to talk to you. - I don't want to talk to you, John.
01:22:16Hey, excuse me, fella, do you mind?
01:22:20You don't look good, John.
01:22:22Well, you look real nice.
01:22:25So where's your truck driver?
01:22:27Stock-car driver.
01:22:29You'll be happy to know things aren't working out.
01:22:32It doesn't make me happy.
01:22:35Well, a little, it does.
01:22:40I wanna tour with you again, June.
01:22:44I miss the tour.
01:22:46I miss the music.
01:22:48I got two growing girls, John. I can't tour.
01:22:51You're gonna do the comedy act the rest of your life?
01:22:53You got a voice, June. Use it.
01:22:56One week a month. That's all.
01:22:58All right, you'll work for me.
01:22:59You don't have to worry about bookings, agents, publicists or anything.
01:23:03And if one of your girls get sick, you stay home and I pay you anyways.
01:23:05And if one of your girls get sick, you stay home and I pay you anyways.
01:23:12Oh, he taught me to love him And promised to love
01:23:19And to cherish me over All others above
01:23:27How my heart is now wondering No misery can tell
01:23:34He's left me no warning No words of farewell
01:23:41Oh, he taught me to love him And called me his flower
01:23:49That was blooming to cheer him Through life's dreary hour
01:23:57How I long to see him And regret the dark hour
01:24:04He's gone and neglected This pale wildwood flower
01:24:27Thank you. That's my mama's favorite song.
01:24:31So y'all sit down, squat down or lie down, but make yourselves at home...
01:24:35...because here's the one and only...
01:24:37...Mr. Johnny Cash.
01:24:50Hello, I'm Johnny Cash.
01:25:06Go away from my window
01:25:10Leave at your own chosen speed
01:25:14I'm not the one you want, babe
01:25:18I'm not the one you need
01:25:22- You say you're looking for someone - You say you're looking for someone
01:25:26- Who's never weak but always strong - Who's never weak but always strong
01:25:31- To protect you and defend you - To protect you and defend you
01:25:35- Whether you are right or wrong - Whether you are right or wrong
01:25:39- Someone to open each and every door - Someone to open each and every door
01:25:43- But it ain't me, babe - But it ain't me, babe
01:25:46- No, no, no, it ain't me, babe - No, no, no, it ain't me, babe
01:25:49- It ain't me you're looking for, babe - It ain't me you're looking for, babe
01:26:02- Go lightly from the ledge, babe - Go lightly from the ledge, babe
01:26:06- Go lightly on the ground - Go lightly on the ground
01:26:11- I'm not the one you want, babe - I'm not the one you want, babe
01:26:15- I'll only let you down - I'll only let you down
01:26:19You say you're looking for someone Who'll promise never to part
01:26:27Someone to close his eyes to you Someone to close his heart
01:26:35- Someone to die for you and more - Someone to die for you and more
01:26:39- But it ain't me, babe - But it ain't me, babe
01:26:42- No, no, no, it ain't me, babe - No, no, no, it ain't me, babe
01:26:46- It ain't me you're looking for - It ain't me you're looking for
01:26:49Great show. - Thank you.
01:26:52We loved it. - It's all June. It's all June.
01:26:54- Brilliant, John. Thank you.
01:26:57Hi, good to see you. - Thanks for coming.
01:27:00- Hello. What's next?
01:27:01- We're booked in Vegas. June?
01:27:03Yeah? - I want you to meet my parents.
01:27:06- That's my mama and my daddy. - Hi.
01:27:08How you doing? - It's so nice to meet you finally.
01:27:11Hi, I'm June Carter.
01:27:12- Miss Carter. - Nice to meet you.
01:27:14You haven't met my little girls, have you? This is Roseanne...
01:27:17Oh, they were sleeping with... Ain't they sweet?
01:27:21You girls are all dressed alike. I love those yellow ribbons.
01:27:24June. - Yeah?
01:27:26Stay clear of my children.
01:27:28Vivian, I was just saying hello. - You heard me.
01:27:33- Vivian, please. - No.
01:27:36But ifthey'll laugh at you in Jackson
01:27:40I'll be dancing on a pony keg
01:27:44They'll lead you 'round town Like a scolded hound
01:27:47With your tail tucked Between your legs
01:27:51You're going to Jackson
01:27:54You big-talking man
01:27:57And I'll be waiting in Jackson
01:28:01Behind my Japan fan
01:28:04- Oh, now, we got married in a fever - We got married in a fever
01:28:10- Hotter than a pepper sprout - Hotter than a pepper sprout
01:28:13- We've been talking about Jackson - We've been talking about Jackson
01:28:17- Ever since the fire went out - Ever since the fire went out
01:28:20- I'm going to Jackson - I'm going to Jackson
01:28:23- And that's a fact - And that's a fact
01:28:26- Yeah, we're going to Jackson - Yeah, we're going to Jackson
01:28:30- Ain't never coming back - Ain't never coming back
01:28:34Oh, wait, catch it. Come on, y'all.
01:28:36I got this beef jerky. You're gonna love it, man.
01:28:40Nice boots. High rollers out there?
01:28:51Say, officer, how do you get your shirts to stay that way...
01:28:55...so stiff?
01:28:58Just starch.
01:29:02Huh. It's real nice.
01:29:10- What? - Are you out of your rabbit-assed mind?
01:29:15All right, good night. - Good night, y'all.
01:29:18- Good night. Give me two, give me two.
01:29:25- That was a fun show tonight. - Yeah, it was.
01:29:27- This is my room. - Right.
01:29:30Hey, you wanna have one of these with me?
01:29:37I don't know.
01:30:07Can I have one?
01:30:19- John. - All right.
01:30:23Wait, wait, here.
01:30:24I'll get a good one.
01:30:37You know what? You're just mean.
01:30:39That's what you are, you're mean.
01:30:41Here, here. - You're a mean man.
01:30:43Don't say that. - And I knew it.
01:30:44I've known it all along.
01:30:46Wait a minute. Here.
01:30:53- Come on. Open your mouth. - No.
01:30:56I don't trust you.
01:30:58- Don't say that. - I don't trust you.
01:31:01Yes, you do.
01:31:03Open your mouth. Open your mouth.
01:31:13You're so evil. Terrible.
01:31:23I suppose I better answer it.
01:31:32Oh, hey, Carlene, what's wrong?
01:31:37Okay, sweetie, I can't understand what you're saying, you're crying so hard.
01:31:42I know, but you gotta calm down, honey.
01:31:48All right. But everything's okay?
01:31:53Yeah, I know, sweetie, sometimes that happens.
01:31:56Sweetie, little sisters do stuff like that sometimes.
01:31:58You gotta learn to be patient with her.
01:32:11Um, okay, well, um...
01:32:16...tell Linda that Mommy said you can have pancakes on Saturdays.
01:32:20- Hey, June, I'm gonna go to my room. - All right?
01:32:24Yeah, I know, sweetie. I'm gonna come home soon.
01:32:26Yeah, sweetie, please don't cry.
01:32:31Front desk. - Hi, could I have June Carter's room?
01:32:34Certainly. One moment, sir.
01:32:57It's not wrong, June.
01:32:59This ain't wrong.
01:33:04I'm not gonna do this, John. I'm not gonna do this.
01:33:28Thank you so much. Thank you. Thank you so much.
01:33:34Where's Johnny? Johnny.
01:33:37Well, Johnny Cash'll be out in just a minute.
01:33:39He's been detained for just a minute.
01:33:41But we're gonna keep you entertained till then.
01:33:44And we're gonna play a wonderful...
01:33:45Hold on, hold on. Johnny's here.
01:33:50Here he is, Mr. Johnny Cash.
01:33:54Hi, folks, I'm Johnny Cash.
01:33:56What about that June Carter, ain't she a sweetheart?
01:33:59"I Got Stripes. " "I Got Stripes. "
01:34:23On a Monday, I was arrested
01:34:27On a Tuesday, they locked me in jail
01:34:31On a Wednesday, my trial was attested
01:34:35And on a Thursday, they said, "Guilty" And the judge's gavel fell
01:34:40I got stripes Stripes around my shoulders
01:34:44I got chains Chains around my feet
01:34:48I got stripes Stripes around my shoulders
01:34:53And them chains Them chains
01:34:55They're about to drag me down
01:35:02Get it on, man. Play the fucking thing.
01:35:06I got my... just got our britches
01:35:09On a Tuesday, I got my ball and chain
01:35:13On a Wednesday, my trial
01:35:19On a Thurs... They had to knock me down
01:35:22I got stripes
01:35:29I'm okay, I'm okay.
01:35:34Oh, my God. John.
01:35:36- Close the curtain. John. John. Get a doctor.
01:35:40Put the curtain back.
01:35:41Come on, pull him back.
01:35:43J.R., you okay? - Yeah.
01:35:45J.R., look at me. John.
01:35:50"Fortunately, I was keeping my feathers numbered for just such an emergency. "
01:35:58Let's get some help. - Junie? June?
01:36:00Come on, get him some help.
01:36:21- Yeah? J. R?
01:36:34The tour's been canceled, John.
01:36:38Who says?
01:36:40We got you a ticket home, John. Tomorrow.
01:36:45You see where I'm putting it?
01:36:47Right here by the phone.
01:36:55Take care of yourself, John.
01:37:14You're burning up.
01:37:18Got hotter places than my forehead.
01:37:26Tell me you don't love me.
01:37:32I don't love you.
01:37:35You're a liar.
01:37:38Well, then I guess you ain't got no problems, do you?
01:37:52- Where are my pills? - Flushed them all.
01:37:54June... Junie, don't say that.
01:37:58Now, hold on. I... I... I need those.
01:38:01I need those pills. Listen, that's just, baby... Those are my prescriptions.
01:38:05From the doctor. Okay? I need... I need those.
01:38:19Now, I know... I...
01:38:46It burns...
01:38:48...burns, burns.
01:39:09Few more minutes, pal.
01:39:18There you go.
01:39:27The taste of love is sweet
01:39:37And it burns, burns, burns, burns
01:39:48Then it burns, burns, burns, burns
01:39:53The ring of fire
01:39:58The ring of fire
01:40:09Now boarding, flight 1919. Service to San Jose.
01:40:14At this time, we'd like to see a boarding pass.
01:40:19Final boarding call for flight 57. Now boarding at gate 7.
01:40:32Mr. Cash.
01:40:44You wanna take these strings off, or do you want us to break it?
01:41:17There he is.
01:41:24What kind of trouble is there?
01:41:26- Your career, Mr. Cash?
01:41:29Right this way. Mr. Cash?
01:41:33Right here. Come on, John.
01:42:02Your mama was here. Your daddy too.
01:42:07What'd he say?
01:42:09Said now you won't have to work so hard...
01:42:12...to make people think you've been to jail.
01:42:25- Daddy. - Hey, baby.
01:42:28You okay?
01:42:31Yeah, I'm fine. I'm fine.
01:42:37I'll see you in the morning.
01:43:03Cindy doesn't like mustard.
01:43:12The pills were legal, Viv. You know, I got prescriptions.
01:43:15You're not supposed to buy them across the border, that's all.
01:43:19Other than that, it's fine.
01:43:22- So the radio's lying? - Yeah.
01:43:25- The TV's lying. - Baby, they'll say anything.
01:43:29Your lawyer's lying. Luther's lying.
01:43:32- Marshall's lying. Your manager. - Viv, I don't wanna fight.
01:43:37What about June?
01:43:40Does she think it's fine her new boy's a drug addict?
01:43:43She left the tour, Viv. In Vegas.
01:43:50Well, that explains everything, doesn't it?
01:44:04God said to Abraham, "Kill me a son"
01:44:07- Abe said, "You must be puttin' me on" - John.
01:44:11God say, "No" Abe say, "What?"
01:44:14God say, "You can do What you want, Abe
01:44:17But the next time you see me comin' You better run"
01:44:25John, what are you doing?
01:44:27It's 7 a. m.
01:44:31The kids are getting ready for school.
01:44:34Just hanging pictures.
01:44:46John, please don't hang these.
01:44:48Viv, they're pictures of my band.
01:44:52Don't hang these.
01:44:56- No, don't hang these. - Let go of the picture.
01:44:59- I said, please don't hang these, John. - Viv.
01:45:04Viv, get back here. Viv.
01:45:08Viv, get back here.
01:45:10- Viv, I ain't kidding. - No.
01:45:19Vivian, give me the damn picture.
01:45:23- Viv, give me the pic... - No.
01:45:28Hey, Viv, wa... Don't do that.
01:45:33- Now, stop it. Baby, stop it. All right... - You. You pathetic excuse for a man.
01:45:37She will find out, you liar. She'll find out.
01:45:41She'll find out, John.
01:45:43- You liar. - Stop it.
01:45:45- No. - You think you're perfect?
01:45:47- You think you're perfect? Huh? Huh? - No. No.
01:46:17I'm coming.
01:46:22Shut the door...
01:46:35Hey, you leave them out of this. Viv. You leave them out of this.
01:46:39Girls. Girls. No.
01:46:59I'm a long way from home
01:47:07And so all alone
01:47:12Homesick like I never thought I'd be
01:47:20I'm a long way from home
01:47:27Everything is wrong
01:47:32Someone please watch over me
01:47:48Thirty hours.
01:47:57You've been asleep for 30 hours, hoss.
01:48:00Hey, did June call?
01:48:04Woman won't return my damn calls.
01:48:14They disconnected it yesterday.
01:48:17Insufficient "fundilation. "
01:48:20Now, come on, man. I gave you money for that.
01:48:23Well, that was last month. This is this month.
01:48:29You see, I'm a little behind right now...
01:48:34...and I need this to turn my phone back on.
01:48:37Because I need to talk to my woman.
01:48:40You see, I'm in love with a woman and I need to talk to her, you understand?
01:48:44I need this to get my car out of the shop.
01:48:47And she lives way, way out on the edge of town.
01:48:50It's the Bataan Death March to get there, you see?
01:48:52So if you'll just go ahead and cash this.
01:48:56I'm sorry, Mr. Cash.
01:48:58- You know who I am. - Yes, sir.
01:49:01Okay, then just please cash my check for me.
01:49:05The bank puts an automatic hold on checks like this.
01:49:09It's a large amount.
01:49:12If you can't cash it, then it's just a piece of paper.
01:49:15- Oh, don't do that. Please... - Why? You can't cash it.
01:49:17It ain't nothing. Just a damn piece of paper.
01:49:30Mama, Johnny Cash is here.
01:49:36Hey, girls.
01:49:39- Hey, Carlene, you look real nice. - Hey, Johnny.
01:49:43- Mama, Johnny Cash is here. - Hi, Mother Maybelle.
01:49:47Hey, John.
01:49:49How are you doing?
01:49:50Doing all right.
01:49:53Hi, June.
01:49:56Hi, John.
01:49:57Hey, girls can you go inside the living room and clean up that mess?
01:50:01All right, honey. - I tried to call, June...
01:50:03...but I think there's something wrong with your phone.
01:50:06Look at you.
01:50:08Have you looked in a mirror lately?
01:50:10How are you gonna sing when you can't even talk?
01:50:13"I got the laryngitis. " Remember?
01:50:18- Marry me, June. - Oh, please. Get up off your knees.
01:50:21You look pathetic. Come on.
01:50:24I don't want my girls seeing somebody like this.
01:50:26- Come on, baby. - Where's my friend John?
01:50:30What'd he get, high? Or is he incognito? Is he gone?
01:50:34Because I don't like this guy Cash.
01:50:36I ain't incognito.
01:50:39I'm right here. You see?
01:50:42- I'm here. - Fine. Where's your car?
01:50:45It's in make up.
01:50:47- You walked here? - Yeah.
01:50:51You walked here all the way from Nashville?
01:50:53Yeah, well, walking's good for you. See, I'm trying to get in shape, June.
01:50:57It cleans out your system. Well, it's a spiritual thing.
01:51:01I'm on a love walk.
01:51:04- The June Carter love walk. Immemorial. - You know what?
01:51:08I am supporting more than myself right now.
01:51:10Please do not blow another tour.
01:51:12Oh, June, love's more important than a tour.
01:51:15- Is that right? - Yes, it is.
01:51:17Well, then start loving yourself. So we can go back to work.
01:51:21All right, June.
01:51:23Hey, you keep your phone on, and I will too.
01:51:26I'll call.
01:51:30I'll call you.
01:51:34When you're feeling better, I'll call.
01:51:44Oh. Oh, come on.
01:51:49Listen, you know, times like this, I say to myself...
01:51:52...I say, "Jack, what would the baby Jesus do?"
01:52:00- That's your name? Jack? - Mm-hm. Jack.
01:52:04Shit, I need another drink.
01:52:07Ahh. I am lit up of the spirit. Yes, sir, Jack needs another drink.
01:52:28June Carter, June Carter Would you give me some time?
01:52:34How much longer will it be till Till I can call you mine?
01:52:41When you see Johnny, would you tell him That you're gonna stick around?
01:52:48And then Johnny will buy you
01:52:52A nice white gown
01:53:52Hey, that's a beautiful house.
01:54:07Hey, man.
01:54:11Beautiful place, man.
01:54:13- Yeah? Thanks. - Uh-huh.
01:54:24Hello? - June?
01:54:26- Hey, it's John. - Hi.
01:54:29Hey. How you doing?
01:54:32I'm fine, John. How are you?
01:54:35Uh, doing a lot better than last time you saw me.
01:54:39Well, that's good. I'm glad to hear that.
01:54:42- You still taking those pills? - No.
01:54:45That was, you know... That was a rough patch there, June.
01:54:48I just needed to, you know, get some time.
01:54:52I'm doing better, though, now, you know?
01:54:54I got out of that apartment...
01:54:56...and got this place out in Hendersonville on a lake. Big spread.
01:55:00- I heard that. - Yeah, I'm...
01:55:04...trying to get things together. - Uh-huh.
01:55:08Are you alone on Thanksgiving, John?
01:55:12Yeah... My folks are coming down with Reba and Roseanne...
01:55:16...and I got this big bird, but I don't know when to put it in the oven...
01:55:20...or really what temperature to set it at or...
01:55:28It is beautiful. Really lucky.
01:55:30I'm really proud of you. - You see? It goes from right up there...
01:55:33...clear across halfway around the lake. - Yeah.
01:55:36What's going on down there with that tractor?
01:55:41Uh, I got it stuck. I was trying to pull this stump, and I come up...
01:55:45Doing something dangerous. - Yeah, but...
01:55:47That's a fine piece of equipment to leave in that mud.
01:55:50Is that the way you take care of your things?
01:56:00Thanksgiving, okay?
01:56:01Look at this. Hey.
01:56:03Hey. Happy Thanksgiving.
01:56:05Here, Carlene.
01:56:06- Happy Thanksgiving. Hey, John.
01:56:08Hi. - I like this place here.
01:56:10Oh, thanks. Hey, Rosie. Happy Thanksgiving.
01:56:13Thank you. - Hey.
01:56:14Let's go and meet John's... - House is beautiful.
01:56:17Thanks. Thanks for coming.
01:56:21- John, how you doing? Let me help you.
01:56:23- That's my mama, Carrie. - Maybelle Carter, Happy Thanksgiving.
01:56:27- This is my daddy, Ray. - How you doing?
01:56:29- Good to meet you. - My mama, Carrie.
01:56:31- How do you do? - Carrie was gonna cook for y'all...
01:56:34...but J.R., he doesn't have a pot or a pan, so...
01:56:36We're happy to share our food.
01:56:38I just moved in, you know.
01:56:40Thanks. - Come inside.
01:56:42If you gonna get out on big water like lakes or a river...
01:56:45...you're gonna need something you can cast out pretty good.
01:56:48If you haven't got one, I'm gonna tell you...
01:56:50...you need to get you a Zebco 33.
01:56:52That's about the best reels you can get.
01:56:55Don't tangle up much, and you can cast them about as far as you want.
01:56:58There in them little farm ponds, you don't need nothing but a cane pole...
01:57:03...and a float and maybe some crickets or worms, if you can dig them up.
01:57:07That's all we ever had.
01:57:08The Zebco 33 is probably your best bet. I bought June one when she was 12.
01:57:12- Remember that? - That's right. I caught a lot of fish.
01:57:15You sure did.
01:57:18So, what do you think, Daddy?
01:57:21About what?
01:57:25About the house.
01:57:33It's a fine big house, John.
01:57:35- Thanks. - It's not as big as Jack Benny's.
01:57:39What, you been to Jack Benny's, Ray?
01:57:42Saw it on the TV.
01:57:44Carrie, I was meaning to ask you, did you teach the boys to play?
01:57:49Well, J.R. Always sang pretty, but I don't think I could take credit for it.
01:57:54I'll bet you did. I bet you learned the same way I did.
01:57:56Oh, out of the hymnals, sure. I knew you'd say that.
01:58:00You know, you'd be surprised how many musicians can't read shape notes.
01:58:04I can't imagine. I know.
01:58:06But my husband's uncle, E.M. Bayes, he taught me with hymnals too.
01:58:10Well, how about you, John? You know how to read shape notes?
01:58:18Mama asked you a question, John.
01:58:20I'm really glad y'all could be here today.
01:58:24Especially you, Daddy.
01:58:26Glad he came...
01:58:29...to dinner, and Thanksgiving, and all.
01:58:36Not everybody's here.
01:58:43Jack's not here, is he?
01:58:51"Where you been?"
01:58:56That's what you said to me. Remember?
01:59:04And I was 12 years old...
01:59:08...youse got Jack's bloody clothes...
01:59:13...and you says to me, "Where you been?"
01:59:19...where were you?
01:59:22Where were you?
01:59:30I quit drinking a long time ago, J.R.
01:59:34What about you? You still taking them pills?
01:59:38- That'll kill you, you know. - Yeah, well, so will a car wreck.
01:59:44You're sitting on a high horse, boy.
01:59:48I never had talent. I did the best I could with what I had.
01:59:51Can you say that?
01:59:54Mister Big Shot? Mister Pill-Popping Rock Star?
01:59:56- Ray. Who are you to judge?
01:59:59You ain't got nothing. Big empty house. Nothing.
02:00:03Children you don't see. Nothing.
02:00:07Big old expensive tractor stuck in the mud.
02:00:35Come on.
02:00:38Let's do it. Come on.
02:00:42You is a son of a bitch, ain't you? Come on.
02:00:48Do it, do it.
02:00:50Come on.
02:00:54Come on.
02:01:00I'm gonna sit in the middle this time.
02:01:02Come on, you son of a bitch.
02:01:06- John? A fine piece of equipment, huh?
02:01:09- John. Come on.
02:01:14You should go down to him. Mama.
02:01:17- He's mixed up. - I am not going down there.
02:01:19- If I go down there... - You already are down there, honey.
02:01:30Let's do it. Let's do it.
02:01:44John. John.
02:01:48- John. - Aah!
02:01:50John. John.
02:02:02- June? Come on.
02:02:16You should have left me.
02:03:57Go on ahead, J.R.
02:04:00You know what that is?
02:04:02Just please get away from me.
02:04:10Hey, John?
02:04:12Oh, shit. Jesus. Hey... What...? Hey, John?
02:04:16Get your ass out of here, boy. - Hey, John.
02:04:18Get out. Take your poison with you.
02:04:21Okay. I'm leaving. I'm leaving.
02:04:47Mom and I picked these up down the road.
02:04:50They're good.
02:05:15It's good to see you again.
02:05:19Can I get you something else?
02:05:21Just stay.
02:05:29You're an angel.
02:05:34No, I'm not.
02:05:36You've been here with me.
02:05:40I had a friend who needed help.
02:05:43You're my friend.
02:05:47But I done so many bad things.
02:05:51You done a few. That's true.
02:05:58My daddy's right.
02:06:02Should have been me on that saw.
02:06:12Jack was so good.
02:06:15He would have done so many good things.
02:06:19What have I done?
02:06:23Just hurt everybody I know.
02:06:30I know I've hurt you.
02:06:39I'm nothing.
02:06:44You're not nothing.
02:06:49You are not nothing.
02:06:52You're a good man.
02:06:56And God has given you a second chance to make things right, John.
02:07:02This is your chance, honey.
02:07:08This is your chance.
02:07:29Hi, how are y'all?
02:07:36Could you...?
02:07:40It's okay. Come on.
02:07:53- The evidence of things not seen.
02:07:55By faith, Abel offered God a better gift...
02:07:59...than his brother, Cain. Better by faith.
02:08:04Cain left God. Cain fell from faith.
02:08:11He went out from the Lord and he dwelt in the land of Nod...
02:08:16...on the east of Eden.
02:08:22Let's all rise.
02:11:10What about the Tropicana? What's wrong with the Opry?
02:11:13He was banned after he smashed up the footlights.
02:11:17Well, if he smashes lights at Folsom, they're gonna keep him there.
02:11:21Look, Frank, while Johnny was out recuperating, the world changed.
02:11:26Dylan's gone electric.
02:11:28The Byrds are electric, the Beatles are electric. Hell, everybody's electric.
02:11:32He needs a fresh sound, and all he wants to do...
02:11:35...is cut a live album with the same old pickers...
02:11:38...at a maximum security penitentiary.
02:11:40You can talk to me, you know. I'm standing right here.
02:11:43And what's with the black? It's depressing.
02:11:46Looks like you're going to a funeral.
02:11:49Maybe I am.
02:11:53Your fans are church folk, Johnny.
02:11:57They don't wanna hear you singing...
02:11:59...to a bunch of murderers and rapists, trying to cheer them up.
02:12:05Well, they're not Christians then.
02:12:09I'm fine with you doing a live record.
02:12:11Just not at a prison. That's my compromise.
02:12:21January 13th...
02:12:23...I'll be at Folsom Prison with June and the boys.
02:12:28You listen to the tapes.
02:12:30If you don't like them, toss them.
02:12:43Mr. Cash?
02:12:46M... Mr. Cash?
02:12:49Mr. Cash?
02:12:52Might I suggest you refrain from playing any more tunes...
02:12:55...that remind them, the inmates, that is, that, well... That they're in prison.
02:13:03You think they forgot?
02:13:06Perhaps you and your wife could do another spiritual.
02:13:10That's not my wife, warden.
02:13:14I keep asking her, and she keeps saying no.
02:13:23You ever drink this water, warden?
02:13:26No. No, I'm a Coca-Cola man.
02:13:48All right.
02:14:03I wanna remind you we're recording live here today...
02:14:05...so you can't say hell or shit or anything like that.
02:14:11I gotta tell you, I can't tell you how many shows we've done...
02:14:15...but this is the best audience we ever had.
02:14:17I wanna thank you for that.
02:14:23You know, standing back there in your shop, catching my breath...
02:14:28...I come to admire you even more.
02:14:31You see, I never had to do hard time like you.
02:14:34Although I have, on occasion...
02:14:36...got myself busted.
02:14:40Once in El Paso I had this bag of... Oh, you heard about that?
02:14:44You been in El Paso too?
02:14:46Well, anyways I felt tough, you know?
02:14:48Like I'd seen a thing or two, you know?
02:14:54Well, that was till a moment ago.
02:14:56Because I gotta tell you, my hat's off to you now.
02:15:00Because I ain't never had to drink this yellow water you got here at Folsom.
02:15:15This song is for your warden.
02:15:17Early one mornin' While makin' the rounds
02:15:21I took a shot of cocaine And I shot my woman down
02:15:25I went right home and I went to bed
02:15:29I stuck that lovin' forty-four Beneath my head
02:15:33Got up next mornin' And I grabbed that gun
02:15:37Took a shot of cocaine and away I run
02:15:41Made a good run but I run too slow
02:15:45They overtook me Down in JuĂĄrez, Mexico
02:15:49Late in the hot joint takin' the pills
02:15:53In walked the sheriff from Jericho Hill
02:15:56He said, "Willy Lee, your name is not Jack Brown"
02:16:00"You're the dirty hack that Shot your woman down"
02:16:05I was dressed in black.
02:16:08When I was arrested I was dressed in black
02:16:12They put me on a train And they took me back
02:16:16Had no friend for to go my bail
02:16:20They slapped my dried-up carcass In the county jail
02:16:24The judge, he smiled As he picked up his pen
02:16:28Ninety-nine years in the Folsom pen
02:16:32Ninety-nine years underneath that ground
02:16:36I can't forget the day I shot that bad bitch down
02:16:40Come on, you gotta listen unto me
02:16:43Lay off that whiskey And let that cocaine be
02:16:50All right!
02:17:16In the back.
02:17:37Hey, June.
02:17:46What's wrong, John?
02:17:49I don't know. Bad dreams. Memories.
02:17:55Well, you need to get some rest, sweetie.
02:17:58You did good tonight.
02:18:01- But we got another show tomorrow. - Yeah.
02:18:05Hey, listen.
02:18:08The thing is, I think it's time now.
02:18:12You know? I think it's about time.
02:18:14- Time for what? - For you and me...
02:18:18...to get married.
02:18:22Go to sleep, John.
02:18:26I don't wanna sleep.
02:18:28I wanna marry you, and I'm telling you it's the time.
02:18:32Well, I am telling you with 100 percent certainty that it is not the time.
02:18:38It's not about time.
02:18:40It's not the right time. It's not even a quarter to the right time.
02:18:48How do you know when...?
02:18:49You haven't been clean even six months.
02:18:53Except for a honeymoon, you have not thought about what you're asking me.
02:18:57Yes, I have.
02:19:00I have. It's all I've thought about.
02:19:02Well, how's it gonna work, John?
02:19:04Where we gonna live?
02:19:07What about my girls?
02:19:09What about your girls? What about your parents, John?
02:19:12Your daddy won't even look at me.
02:19:15June, that stuff will just work itself out.
02:19:17No, it doesn't work itself out.
02:19:19People work it out for you, and you think it works itself out.
02:19:24- You're scared. - What?
02:19:27Scared of being in love.
02:19:30Scared of losing control. And you know what, June Carter?
02:19:34I think you're scared of living in my big fat shadow.
02:19:37- That's your problem. - Oh, really?
02:19:39- Is that my problem? - Yeah, it is.
02:19:41My problem is it's 2 a. m.
02:19:43My problem is I'm asleep.
02:19:45I'm on a tour bus with eight stinking men.
02:19:47Rule number one: Don't propose to a girl on a bus.
02:19:50You got that? Rule number two:
02:19:51Don't tell her it's because you had a bad dream.
02:19:56- June? - What?
02:19:59Marry me.
02:20:09Well, that's... That's the last time I'm asking.
02:20:13Well, good. I hate reruns.
02:20:25I got your extra bag. You don't have to bother...
02:20:30Hey, June?
02:20:46What, you're not talking to me?
02:20:48You are not allowed to speak to me. After that stunt...
02:20:51...you're only allowed to speak to me on-stage.
02:20:53- Do you understand? - What'd I do?
02:20:56Why don't you ask your big fat shadow?
02:20:58- Come on, baby. - "Come on, baby. "
02:21:00Baby, baby, baby, baby, baby.
02:21:05The taste of love is sweet
02:21:10When hearts like ours meet
02:21:15I fell for you like a child
02:21:19Oh, but the fire went wild
02:21:24I fell into a burning ring offire
02:21:28I went down, down, down And the flames went higher
02:21:34And it burns, burns, burns The ring of fire
02:21:39The ring of fire The ring of fire
02:21:44The ring of fire The ring of fire
02:21:57All right. Thank you.
02:22:01I don't know if y'all know who wrote that song...
02:22:04...but it's this long-legged gal standing right here, Miss June Carter.
02:22:10Thanks, y'all. Thank you very much.
02:22:12So, June, you gonna stand over there all night...
02:22:15...or you wanna come over here and sing with me?
02:22:18I'll sing with you. You sure that's what you want?
02:22:21- Yeah. - All right. Hold on.
02:22:29- Well, folks, what do you say? All right, Johnny.
02:22:32You wanna hear "Jackson"?
02:22:39I thought you was gonna wax poetic a little bit longer.
02:22:42- Oh, no, I'm done with that, June. - Okay, good.
02:22:54- We got married in a fever - We got married in a fever
02:22:57- Hotter than a pepper sprout - Hotter than a pepper sprout
02:23:01- We've been talking about Jackson - We've been talking about Jackson
02:23:05Ever since the fire went out
02:23:08I'm going to Jackson
02:23:11I'm gonna mess around
02:23:14Yeah, I'm going to Jackson
02:23:18Look out, Jackson town
02:23:21Well, go on down to Jackson
02:23:25Go ahead and wreck your health
02:23:28Go play your hand, you big-talkin' man
02:23:32Make a big fool of yourself
02:23:35You're going to Jackson
02:23:38Go comb your hair
02:23:45See if I care
02:23:56Sorry for the interruption, folks...
02:23:59...but I gotta ask June here a question before we finish this song.
02:24:04What's that, John?
02:24:08Will you marry me?
02:24:13Why don't we just sing the song, John.
02:24:16No, darling.
02:24:20Come on, finish the song. People wanna hear us sing.
02:24:26Sorry, folks...
02:24:28...but I just can't do this song anymore unless she's gonna marry me.
02:24:32It'd just be like we're lying.
02:24:35You got these people all revved up, John.
02:24:37- Now, come on, let's sing "Jackson. " - You got me all revved up.
02:24:41I've asked you 40 different ways, it's time you come up with a fresh answer.
02:24:47Please sing.
02:24:49I'm asking you to marry me.
02:24:53I love you, June.
02:24:58Now, I know I've said and done a lot of things...
02:25:00...that I hurt you. But I promise I'll never do that again.
02:25:06I only wanna take care of you.
02:25:08I will not leave you like that Dutch boy with your finger in the dam.
02:25:17You're my best friend.
02:25:20Marry me.
02:25:29All right.
02:25:55In case none of y'all heard, she said yes.
02:26:04She finally said yes.
02:26:40Grandpa, here. Let's talk on this.
02:26:43- What do you want me to do with it? - Well, you listen and you talk.
02:26:47It's a tin-can telephone, and the sound goes up the string.
02:26:53Hello, grand girls.
02:26:55Hello, grand girls.
02:26:57Can you hear us? - Hello, Roseanne.
02:27:00- Hello, Carlene. - You gotta pull it tight, Daddy.
02:27:03Grandpa, speak. Talk, Grandpa.
02:27:05- Tell us a story. Speak. Grandpa.
02:27:08- Take it and talk to them. - They wanna talk to their grandpa.
02:27:11Well, I don't got no stories. You got all the stories. You...
02:27:16Why don't you tell them about the flood?
02:27:18About how you made a boat out of the front door and got us all out of there.
02:27:22They'll like that.
02:27:25Tell us. - Go on, tell them. Pull the string tight.
02:27:29It was 1937. There was a flood.

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