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"First Time Ever I Saw Your Face". Love at first sight, re-visited in old age—and still just as moving as that first moment, when that other person brought light to "the dark and the endless sky".
"Personal Jesus". "Reach out and touch faith", indeed.
"Look At Them Beans". A poor farmer dies. The next year his family is astounded when their land yields a huge crop. Corny, joyous and bittersweet all at the same time (the original version by Joe Tex, "Papa's Dream", is a little heavier on the bittersweet side, while Cash's is more joyous).