Jerry Lee Lewis: We’re all going to hell for the songs we sing!
June Carter: And what about me, Jerry Lee; am I going to hell too?
Jerry Lee Lewis: No, June, you’re beautiful.

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Johnny Cash: I want to marry you and I am telling you it’s the time.
June Carter: Well I’m telling you with 100 percent certainty that it is not the time. It’s not about time, it’s not the right time, it’s not even quarter to the right time.

Ray Cash: Mister big shot, mister pill poppin’ rock star. Who are you to judge, you ain’t got nothin’, big empty house, nothin’, children you don’t see, nothin’, big ol’ expensive tractor stuck in the mud, nothin’.

Johnny Cash (referring to proposing): Now I’ve asked you forty different ways and it’s time you come up with a fresh answer.

Vivian Cash: June.
June Carter: Yeah?
Vivian Cash: Steer clear of my children.
June Carter: Vivian, I was just saying hello.
Vivian Cash: You heard me.

June Carter: We’ve got these people all revved up, John. Now c’mon, let’s sing Jackson for ’em.
Johnny Cash: You’ve got me all revved up. Now I’ve asked you forty different ways and it’s time you come up with a fresh answer.
June Carter: Please sing.
Johnny Cash: I’m asking you to marry me. I love you, June. Now I know I said and done a lotta things, that I hurt you, but I promise, I’ll never do that again. I only want to take care of you. I will not leave you like that dutch boy with your finger in the dam. You’re my best friend. Marry me.
June Carter: All right.
Johnny Cash: Yeah?
(They kiss & the crowd cheers)