3 pages | PDF | 747.0 KB"Cocaine Blues" is a classic country song by Johnny Cash, famously featured in the 2005 film Walk the Line. Originally composed by T.J. Arnall, the song is in the key of D major and B minor and consists of 29 measures. Laid-back and wistful, the track is an ode to the joys and sorrows of life on the road, and the pitfalls of drug use. Featuring a simple but effective guitar riff, the song is a classic example of early country music. Cash's signature deep and soulful vocals draw the listener in, creating an atmosphere of melancholic nostalgia. Combining bluesy guitar with Cash's lyrics of heartache, "Cocaine Blues" captures the essence of a bygone era.