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Joe Friday

Johnny Cash's childhood home, which was restored in 2015, has been added to the National Register of Historic Places

The Man in Black lived in the home, located in a small Arkansas town called Dyess, from when he was three years old through to high school. The family left in the 1940s. The five-room house is available for touring, and contains items that belonged to Cash's parents - a shaving mug in the bathroom and an upright piano atop red linoleum in the living room. Cash slept in a bedroom with three of his siblings while he lived in the Dyess home, and wrote his song "Five Feet High and Rising" about a flood on the farm.

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