Hear Brad Paisley's Collaboration with Johnny Cash

With just a few days until Brad Paisley’s new project Love and War drops, the singer is sharing one of its moving new tracks.

Brad collaborates with the late Johnny Cash on “Gold All Over the Ground,” which was inspired by a line from one of the Man in Black’s poems.

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Anchored by the line, “If you’re ever down, I’d give you rows of roses and gold all over the ground,” the poem was first published in Johnny’s posthumous 2016 collection Forever Words.

“I’d pick you up and carry you cross every stream I see/And I’d bundle you in kindness until you cling to me/We’d sit beneach straw branches/My arms would twin around/I’d turn your green to emerald/And give you gold all over the ground,” BP sings in the track.

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The recording features audio snippets of Cash’s voice. Meanwhile, the album features Mick Jagger on “Drive of Shame,” John Fogerty on “Love and War.” “Whisperin’” Bill Anderson on “Dying to See Her,” and hip-hop producer Timbaland on two tracks.

Love and War drops April 21.

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