Jason Aldean “Johnny Cash” Music Video & Lyrics

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Country music entertainer Jason Aldean covered and released "Johnny Cash" back in 2007! Enjoy the song and turn it waaay up!

Country music star Jason Aldean‘s rebellious track “Johnny Cash” was written by John Rich, Vicky McGehee, and Rodney Clawson. The song was originally recorded by Tracy Byrd and Jason covered it in 2017 for his album Relentless.

Check out the official “Johnny Cash” music video below!

“Johnny Cash” Lyrics

What ya got?
Quit my job, flipped off the boss, took my name off the payroll
Screw you, man
Picked up my cell, rang my baby’s bell, said, “I’m three miles from home.”
I said, “Sugar, why don’t you put on that sun dress I like so much?
Wait out by the road; I’m comin’ to pick you up.”
Throw your suitcase in the back
(Whoa)
Done gassed up the Pontiac
(Whoa)
Blastin’ out to Johnny Cash
Headin’ for the highway
Baby, we ain’t ever comin’ back
It’s four hundred and sixty-seven miles to the outskirts of Las Vegas
What do you say we go get married by a preacher man who looks like Elvis?
Yeah, mama
Sugar, don’t you worry ’bout tellin’ your mama goodbye
We’ll send her a souvenir postcard from the wild side
Throw your suitcase in the back
(Whoa)
Done gassed up the Pontiac
(Whoa)
Blastin’ out to Johnny Cash
Headin’ for the highway
Baby, we ain’t ever comin’ back
Throw your suitcase in the back
(Whoa)
Done gassed up the Pontiac
(Whoa)
Blastin’ out to Johnny Cash
Headin’ for the highway
Baby, we ain’t ever comin’ back
Suey
(Whoa)
(Whoa)
(Whoa)
Hear that train a-comin’, rollin’ ’round the bend
(Whoa)
The man in black gonna rock your ass again
(Whoa)
(Whoa)
(Whoa)

Makes you want to break away and head out to Las Vegas, doesn’t it? Share this throwback tune with other fans of the Georgia native!

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