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Johnny Cash: When the Man Comes Around
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Elvis A Lantigua 11/27/2011 Historical Figure Paper Rough Draft When The Man Comes Around “I'd love to wear a rainbow every day, and tell the world that everything's OK, but I'll try and carry off a little darkness on my back, 'till things are brighter, I'm the man in black” (“Lyrics to Man in Black”).
Although he is not with us today, his legend still lives on through his musical influence. Cash was born on February 26, 1932 in the city of Kingsland, Arkansas. He was the son of Ray Cash and Carrie Rivers Cash and was one of their seven children. His father was a poor baptist sharecropper. In the year 1935, marginal farmers living in the hill country were convinced by the President Franklin D Roosevelt’s New Deal administration to reestablish themselves in the northeastern Arkansas where the soil was more fertile and suitable for farming. To make ends meet, he moved the family to Dyees, Arkansas, when Cash was around the age of three. The Cash family moved into a five-room house where they farmed twenty acres of cotton and other crops on their land. For the next fifteen years, Cash spent most of his time working with his family on the farm. They all worked together to cultivate the cotton crops over a 20 acre land. Cash helped his parents in the farming. The Cash family used to get together in the front porch by the evening after completing the whole day’s chores. Carrie played the guitar and the rest of the family members sang traditional hymns. Cash loved this family spirit and was very much fascinated by his mother’s guitar playing as well as singing abilities. ...
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