The Johnny Cash Show: Season 1, Episode 23

Episode #1.23 (11 Mar. 1970)

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Johnny sings, "The One on the Right is on the Left". O.C. Smith sings, "Son of Hickory Holler's Tramp" and "Moody". Hank Williams Jr. sings, "I Walked Out on Heaven". Johnny and June duet on "If I Were A Carpenter". Linda Ronstadt sings, "Will You Love Me Tomorrow?".

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Johnny sings, "The One on the Right is on the Left". O.C. Smith sings, "Son of Hickory Holler's Tramp" and "Moody". Hank Williams Jr. sings, "I Walked Out on Heaven". Johnny and June duet on "If I Were A Carpenter". Linda Ronstadt sings, "Will You Love Me Tomorrow?".

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Son of Hickory Holler's Tramp
Written by Dallas Frazier (uncredited)
Performed by O.C. Smith
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