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LISTEN: Lost Johnny Cash music released

LISTEN: Lost Johnny Cash music released

NEW MUSIC: Johnny Cash will posthumously release a new album on March 25. Photo: Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) — Although he’s been gone more than a decade, a new Johnny Cash video has just been released.

It’s for the recently discovered Cash recording “She Used To Love Me A Lot.”

The song is part of a previously unreleased Cash album called “Out Among The Stars,” due out March 25.

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