Released: April 1963
This paean to the grisly aftermath of an unforgiving curry – or tribute to love's steamy embrace, whatever you fancy – was written by Johnny Cash's future wife June Carter with Merle Kilgore, and originally recorded by June's sister Anita. Cash boosted it with the mariachi horns that give it its overriding, buoyant character.
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Trail includes bridge that echoes Folsom State Prison's east gate guard towers
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- Mar 28, 2014
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- Mar 5, 2010
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