The Johnny Cash Show: Season 1, Episode 25

Episode #1.25 (25 Mar. 1970)

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Waylon Jennings sings, "I Guess Things Happin That Way" & "Bad News". Johnny Cash duets with Jackie DeShannon on "No Light Will Shine On Me". Johnny & Waylon duet on "Waylon's Back In Town"... See full summary »

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Waylon Jennings sings, "I Guess Things Happin That Way" & "Bad News". Johnny Cash duets with Jackie DeShannon on "No Light Will Shine On Me". Johnny & Waylon duet on "Waylon's Back In Town". Johnny duets with Michael Parks on "Oklahoma Hills". Johnny sings "Land Of Israel", "He Turned The Water Into Wine", "God Is Not Dead" & "Rock Island Line". Johnny & June Carter Cash duet on "Love's Been Good To Me". Johnny with Carter Family, Statler Brothers & Carl Perkins perform "Seeing Nellie's Home". Written by VTC

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Guess Things Happen That Way
Written by Jack Clement (uncredited)
Performed by Waylon Jennings
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