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Cash: The Autobiography Chapter Summary & Analysis - Bon Aqua Summary

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Johnny writes the first chapter of his next section from Bon Aqua. He says that he sometimes goes there to be alone, especially after touring. This is a piece of property that was purchased by Johnny's accountant with money he'd embezzled from Johnny's accounts. Johnny says he learns an important lesson about finding an accountant he can trust, and that he'd chosen not to prosecute the man. The property is named for a nearby spring and the land carries the legend of a soldier who had killed two Yankees threatening to requisition the man's cow which was necessary for his children.

In chapter two, Johnny talks about his recording success over the decades, saying that he'd been strong in the mid-1950s, had lost some of that in the early-1960s but had returned to the top by 1968, but had then come to...

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