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Cash: The Autobiography Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Road Again Summary

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The Road Again Summary and Analysis

In chapter one, Johnny writes from Wisconsin and says that he is waiting for another concert and hopes that the fans will not be disappointed. Toward that end, he rests as much as he can prior to the show. He says that he hopes his final moments of life will be onstage, with his family and band at hand and "Fluke still laying down the beat." Johnny then says that he's going to start with "A" and tell his stories, hopefully at least to "Y" because he wants to include Trisha Yearwood. Those he tells stories about are Eddie Arnold who had the good fortune of releasing a string of number ones; John Anderson who is all country; Bobby Bare who is "a free spirit" and Bobby's friend; Shel Silverstein who wrote "A Boy Named Sue" which Johnny first performed at...

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