Juke Box Blues
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"Juke Box Blues" is a country music song written by June Carter Cash's mother, Maybelle Carter and June's sister, Helen Carter. The song was recorded by June Carter Cash, and was one of her few hits. In the 2005 film, Walk the Line, it was sung by Reese Witherspoon.
Each stanza has the same melody, followed by a short instrumental interlude played by the instrument(s) referred to in the previous stanza.
Juke Box Blues was originally recorded by June Carter under the Columbia Label in 1953. It Was the "B" Side of the record. The "A" Side was No Swallerin' Place.
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