Johnny Cash, wrote “This Ragged Old Flag” Perfect for the 4th of July

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By Jim Campbell

July 4th , 2018

Johnny Cash, lived and died in Nashville,Tennessee On September 12, 2003.

He was a native he was born in Kingsland, Arkansas of February 26, 1932.

Many today still believe his death is a hoax, it isn’t.

“I’m proud of this ragged old flag,” is probably one of the more patriotic tributes to the United states ever.

In April 1974, while the nation’s TV screens were tuned to the myriad twists and turns of the Watergate scandal, which ultimately led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon four months later.

Johnny Cash, long one of country music’s most outspoken, socially conscious entertainers released another of his “message” songs.

 In the tradition of his previous spoken-word records “Man in Black” and “What Is Truth,” Cash’s “Ragged Old Flag” reflected the singer-songwriter’s patriotism and reaffirmed his faith in America at a time when many younger…

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