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Johnny Cash and June Carter in the cotton fields near Cash’s childhood home in Dyess, Arkansas in the late 1960s (via)

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Johnny Cash & June Carter

There’s unconditional love there.  You hear that phrase a lot, but it’s real with me and her.  She loves me in spite of everything, in spite of myself.  She has saved my life more than once.  She’s always been there with her love, and it has certainly made me forget the pain for a long time, many times.   When it gets dark, and everybody’s gone home and the lights are turned off, it’s just me and her. –Johnny Cash

Johnny and June at the pool, c. late 1960s

Johnny & June on location for The Johnny Cash Show at Cummins Prison Farm, 1969

Johnny Cash and June Carter at the Newport Folk Festival, 1969.  Photographed by Jim Marshall.

John & June, 1971.

Johnny Cash and June Carter on The Johnny Cash Show, 1969.
Johnny and June, 1969.

You hear that phrase a lot, but it’s real with me and her.  She loves me in spite of everything, in spite of myself.  She has saved my life more than once.  She’s always been there with her love, and it has certainly made me forget the pain for a long time, many times.   When it gets dark, and everybody’s gone home and the lights are turned off, it’s just me and her. –Johnny Cash