|Performer:||Johnny Cash With June Carter|
|Title:||Give My Love To Rose|
|Style:||Folk Rock, Country Rock|
|Category:||Rock / World, Folk, Country|
|Other format:||ADX AHX RA VOX MPC TTA APE|
Give My Love to Rose is a country song by Johnny Cash, which he recorded together with the Tennessee Two at Sun Records under the production of Sam Phillips in 1957. The song was released in August of the same year as the B-side of the single "Home of the Blues" (Sun 279), which reached No. 3 in the Country Jockey charts and No. 5 in the Country & Western Chart. Give My Love To Rose" reached No. 13 in the Country & Western Chart.
Carryin' On with Johnny Cash and June Carter is an album by Johnny Cash and June Carter released in 1967 (see 1967 in music), on Columbia Records. The album consists exclusively of duets by Cash and Carter, including "Jackson"; "Long Legged Guitar Pickin' Man" (written by Cash's bass player, Marshall Grant) was also released as a single. One track, a cover of Bob Dylan's "It Ain't Me, Babe", dated back to 1964 and had previously been released on Cash's 1965 album, Orange Blossom Special.
Wont ya tell um, I said thanks for waitin' for me Tell my boy to help his ma at home Tell my rose to try to find another 'Cause it ain't right that she should live alone Mister here's the bag with all my money It won't last them long, though it goes God bless you for finding me this. morning Now don't forget to give my love to rose.
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And don't forget to give my love to Rose. А главное - что я её любил. Tell my Rose to try to find another. Скажи, пускай она найдёт другого, For it ain't right that she should live alone. Что ж тут поделать? Раз всего живём. Mister here's a bag with all my money. Как здорово, что ты здесь оказался. It won't last them long the way it goes.
Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash. Written by: Johnny R. Cash. Last update on: November 25, 2012.