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Numerous artists have charted with Clark-penned tunes. “The Last Gunfighter Ballad” was the title song of Johnny Cash’s 1977 studio album. In 1982, Bobby Bare made it to the Country Top Twenty with Clark’s “New Cut Road”. That same year, bluegrass leader Ricky Skaggs hit No. 1 with Clark’s “Heartbroke”, a song that permanently established his reputation as an ingenious songwriter. Among the many others who have covered Clark’s songs are Vince Gill, who took “Oklahoma Borderline” to the Top Ten in 1985; The Highwaymen, who introduced “Desperados Waiting for a Train” to a new generation that same year; John Conlee, whose interpretation of “The Carpenter” rode into the Top Ten in 1987; and John Denver, who recorded Clark’s “Home Grown Tomatoes” in 1988. Clark is frequently referred to as The Fifth Highwayman.