There have been many memorable television theme songs, but when it comes to measuring the greatest of all time, it's hard to argue with the numbers. The twangy, galloping theme from Bonanza has been recorded dozens of times in various styles, both instrumentally and with vocals. It was voted the 58th best western song of all time by the Western Writers of America. A guitar instrumental broke into the Billboard Top Twenty in
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Johnny Cash recorded an own version, with lyrics rewritten by him and his friend Johnny Western ,   and released it as a single on Columbia Records Columbia , " Bonanza! Rather than release another single from the album [ The Sound of Johnny Cash ], Columbia chose to issue "Bonanza," the theme to the hit television show, with lyrics rewritten by Cash and Johnny Western. The song briefly touched the Pop chart at 94 before dropping off, and did not hit the Country charts at all. The B-side was another Leadbelly adaptation, "Pick a Bale o' Cotton," that also failed to attract much attention. In Cash took another stab at a TV western theme song by cowriting and recording "Bonanza.
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