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Gone Girl (album)

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Gone Girl is the 58th album by American country singer Johnny Cash, released on Columbia Records in 1978. It features The Rolling Stones' Beggars Banquet song "No Expectations", the original "It Comes and Goes" and Rodney Crowell's "A Song for the Life", as well as a version of Kenny Rogers' famous single "The Gambler", released just a month before Gone Girl. Three singles from the album, "Gone Girl", "I Will Rock and Roll with You" and "It'll Be Her", were released, but did not reach the country chart's top 20.

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Track listing

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Gone Girl" Jack Clement 3:12
2. "I Will Rock and Roll With You" Cash 2:54
3. "The Diplomat" Roger Bowling 4:03
4. "No Expectations" Mick Jagger, Keith Richards 3:14
5. "It Comes and Goes" Cash 2:34
6. "It'll Be Her" Billy Ray Reynolds 3:09
7. "The Gambler" Don Schlitz 3:43
8. "Cajun Born" Kermit Goell, Jo-El Sonnier 3:21
9. "You and Me" (with June Carter Cash) Roger Bowling, Larry Butler 2:45
10. "Song for the Life" Rodney Crowell 3:12

Personnel

Additional personnel

  • Produced by Larry Butler
  • Engineers: Billy Sherrill, Charlie Bradley, Charlie Bragg, Jerry Watson
  • Recorded at Jack Clement Recordings Studios and Sound Spectrum Studios, Nashville, Tn
  • "Gone Girl", "The Diplomat", "It'll Be Her", and "A Sing for the Life" arranged by Bill Justis
  • Photography: Norman Seeff
  • Art Direction: Virginia Team

Charts

SinglesBillboard (North America)

Year Single Chart Position
1978 "Gone Girl" Country Singles 44
1978 "It'll Be Her" Country Singles 89
1978 "I Will Rock and Roll with You" Country Singles 21

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This page was last edited on 12 May 2018, at 19:36.
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