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Song Released: 1955


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    anonymous
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    May 10th, 2017 5:39pm report


    Elvis feeling sorry for Johnny Cash on concieving and loosing his oldest illegitimate daughter on a train..walking the line to get a glimpse of her and then sitting in front of a burning barrrel ( the ring of fire) for a week drunk upon realizing he could not have or know her ,,later giving the song Ring of Fire to Anita Cash to save face on why he ever wrote the song in the first place ...I am that illligit daughter ,by the way ,,but only realized it recently Johnny Cash was very good friends with Elvis in 1955 when the baby(me)
    was officially taken away



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    Apr 3rd, 2013 4:34pm report


    Mystery Train" is a song recorded by American blues musician Junior Parker in 1953. Considered a blues standard, Parker, billed as "Little Junior's Blue Flames", recorded the song for producer/Sun Records owner Sam Phillips and it was released on the Sun label. The song was written by Junior Parker (aka Herman Parker), with a credit later given to Phillips.




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