Turn it, leave it, start — format it. Pentatonix — американская акапелла группа, которая исполняет песни без музыкальных инструментов. My tea’s gone cold I’m wondering why I. The morning rain clouds up my window. It’s been six months and still no word — I don’t deserve it?
Hey Slim, I drank a fifth of vodka, you dare me to drive? Phil saw it all, then at a show he found him? Oh shit, I forgot, how am I supposed to send this shit out? You said your girlfriend’s pregnant now, how far along is she? But what’s this shit you said about you like to cut your wrists too? And what’s this shit about us meant to be together? Come to think about, his name was. Да и зачем, там все равно все серо. Если у меня будет дочка, то знаешь, какое имя я ей дам?
Прошло 6 месяцев, а от тебя ни слова — я что, не заслуживаю? Эй, Слим, «я выпил пять бутылок водки, ты мне разрешаешь вести? Знаешь песню Фила Коллинза «В воздухе ночи»? Фил все это видел, а потом разыскал его на шоу? О черт, я забыл, как же я тебе это дерьмо отошлю? Говоришь, твоя девушка беременна, а на каком она месяце? А что за дерьмо ты гнал по поводу того, что ты тоже любишь резать вены? Я эту фигню говорю просто так, мужик, ты че, совсем улетел? А что за дерьмо насчет того, что мы созданы друг для друга?
The song was recorded on March 25, 1963, and became one of the biggest hits of Cash’s career, staying at number one on the country chart for seven weeks. It was certified Gold on January 21, 2010, by the RIAA and has also sold over 1. From the album Ring of Fire: The Best of Johnny Cash. This sample a portion of the chorus. Flourishes from the mariachi are also featured. June Carter was experiencing with Johnny Cash at the time. Cash’s first wife, Vivian Liberto, offered a different conception of “Ring of Fire” in her book I Walked the Line. She contended that June Carter Cash was not a co-writer of the song: “To this day, it confounds me to hear the elaborate details June told of writing that song for Johnny. She didn’t write that song any more than I did.
Mercury released Anita’s version as a single and it was a featured “pick hit” in Billboard magazine. After hearing Anita’s version, Cash claimed he had a dream where he heard the song accompanied by “Mexican horns”. Cash stated, “I’ll give you about five or six more months, and if you don’t hit with it, I’m gonna record it the way I feel it. Cash noted that adding trumpets was a change to his basic sound. When the song failed to become a major hit for Anita, Cash recorded it his own way, adding the mariachi-style horns from his dream. This sound was later used in the song “It Ain’t Me Babe”, which was recorded around the same time. Cash’s daughter Rosanne has stated, “The song is about the transformative power of love and that’s what it has always meant to me and that’s what it will always mean to the Cash children. In 2004, Merle Kilgore, who shared writing credit for the song with June Carter Cash, proposed licensing the song for a hemorrhoid cream commercial.