December 19

Martina McBride and Dolly Parton Recorded Cash’s “I Still Miss Someone”

“I Still Miss Someone” is one of Johnny Cash’s recordings in the late ’50s. It was a song written by Johnny and Roy Cash, Jr. “I Still Miss Someone” was performed live at the Folsom State Prison. Sadly, his song wasn’t released as a single. Therefore, it wasn’t recognized and unsuccessful. However, despite not entering the chart, “I Still Miss Someone” was recorded by various artists. The Statler Brothers, Flatt &Scruggs, Emmylou Harris, Martina McBride & Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt, and others covered Johnny Cash’s song.

Martina McBride and Dolly Parton Recorded Cash’s “I Still Miss Someone” 1

What the Song’s All About

It’s all about remembering the person you once loved. “I Still Miss Someone,” a nostalgic song, where beautiful and sad memories of the past come running back. The narrator remembers her lover as she watches people walking together. Everywhere she goes, she is being reminded of the man she once loved, and still love. She misses him so much that it hurts her a lot.

Oh I never got over those blue eyes

I see them everywhere

I miss those arms that held me

When all the love was there

“I Still Miss You” by Johnny Cash

Martina McBride’s Recording

This sad song of Johnny Cash was recorded by Martina McBride in 2004. It was part of her album Timeless. Just like the title of the album, all the singles in it were definitely timeless. It contains eighteen classic country songs from legendary country artists. Martina’s recording was as classic as the original song. In her version of “I Still Miss Someone,” she worked with Dolly Parton. It turns out to be an incredible and flawless recording.  McBride’s version entered the US country chart at number fifty.

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Her Album, Timeless

Martina worked with other artists on the making of this album. She collaborated with Dan Tyminski and Rhonda Vincent to record the song “I’ll Be There.” She also worked with Dwight Yoakam to record Guy Mitchell’s single “Heartache by the Number.” Her album was a chart-topper on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. In addition, Timeless placed at number three on the Billboard 200. It was a great collection of songs, and Martina collaborated with talented artists that added to the stunning album of hers.


Dolly Parton, i still miss someone, Martina McBride

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