Sings Hank Williams is the seventh album by Americancountry and rock and roll singer Johnny Cash, released under Sun Records on September 15, 1960. The album was reissued on Varèse Sarabande on June 17, 2003 as Sings Hank Williams and Other Favorites with five bonus tracks, two of them being alternate recordings of numbers already available on the album. Contrary to what the title might suggest, only the first four out of the twelve tracks on the album were written by Williams himself, with most of the others being versions of Cash's self-penned songs. (Additional songs composed by Williams are included in the 2003 reissue, however.) About half of the songs on the album had previously been issued on LP by Sun. Making their album debut are the tracks "Straight A's in Love", "Come in Stranger", "Give My Love to Rose", "Mean-Eyed Cat" and "I Love You Because".