|Performer:||Molly & The Heymakers|
|Title:||He Comes Around / This Time|
|Category:||World, Folk, Country|
|Other format:||MPC AAC AU DTS AIFF MMF VOC|
|He Comes Around||3:21|
|7-19332||Molly & The Heymakers||He Comes Around / This Time (7", Single)||Reprise Records||7-19332||US||1991|
|7-19332||Molly & The Heymakers||He Comes Around (7", Promo)||Reprise Records||7-19332||US||1991|
Gary Burr, Molly Scheer. Molly & the Heymakers. 9. Anyone Can Be Somebody's Fool. Harlan Howard, Buck Owens.
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Molly & the Heymakers was an American country music group formed in 1990. The band consisted of Martha "Molly" Scheer (lead vocals, fiddle, mandolin, rhythm guitar), Andy Dee (lead guitar), Jeff Nelson (bass guitar), Joe Lindzius (drums) and Chad ". Udeen (steel guitar). Their highest charting single, "Chasin' Something Called Love," peaked at on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart in 1991; it was included on their self-titled debut album, issued in 1992 on Reprise Records.
The Man Comes Around" is the title track from Johnny Cash's American IV: The Man Comes Around, released in 2002. It was written several years prior to the release of the album; however, Cash updated it for the album. It is one of the last songs Cash wrote before his death. Both sung and spoken, the song makes numerous Biblical references, especially to the Book of Revelation.