Johnny Cash: You’re an angel.
June Carter: No, I’m not.
Johnny Cash: You’ve been there with me.
June Carter: I had a friend who needed help. You’re my friend.
Johnny Cash: But I’ve done so many bad things.
June Carter: You’ve done a few, that’s true.
Johnny Cash: My Daddy’s right. It should have been me on that saw. Jack was so good. He would have done so many good things. What have I done? Just hurt everybody I know. I know I’ve hurt you. I’m nothin’.
June Carter: You’re not nothin’. You are not nothin’. You’re a good man, and God has given you a second chance to make things right, John. This is your chance, honey.

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Ray Cash: I told Roz we’d have a crop today. What do I say if he pulls up here and we’re shy? You ready to unload that piano?
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Johnny Cash: Oh yeah. And what’d he say?
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Carrie Cash: I can hear ’em Jack, they’re beautiful. So beautiful.

Vivian Cash: That bag over there are letters 10 to 1 from girls. 10 to 1, and they’re obscene. Reba’s been trying to answer some of them but half of them ain’t even 15, and they’re sending pictures of themselves in bathing suits. Pictures for you to look at while you’re doing time at Folsom.

June Carter: I gotta tell you, I can’t sing tonight. I got the laryngitis. Y’all laughin, but I do.
Billy: We just heard you hollerin up a storm back there.
June Carter: Well, I didn’t have it then, Billy.