The episode opens with Johnny Cash singing "Three Feet High and Rising"; Then Lulu sings "Morning Dew" and duets with Cash on "Games People Play"; Fannie Flagg sings "You've Changed"; The "... See full summary »

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The episode opens with Johnny Cash singing "Three Feet High and Rising"; Then Lulu sings "Morning Dew" and duets with Cash on "Games People Play"; Fannie Flagg sings "You've Changed"; The "Ride This Train" segment features Cash singing "San Quentin" and "Give My Love To Rose." John Hartford sings "Tear-Stained Monologue" then jams on bluegrass medley with Cash and Norman Blake. Chet Atkins follows with a brilliant instrumental, then Cash recites a poem he's written to Atkins' accompaniment. The closing series of songs finds Cash essaying "Wanted Man" then turning center stage over to the Statler Brothers who sing their hit "Less of Me," then Cash and the ensemble sing "Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms." The episode closes with Cash singing "I Saw A Man." Written by abargle

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Games People Play
Written by Joe South
Performed by Lulu and Johnny Cash
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