Johnny Cash’s lyrics are to be collected for the first time in a new book to be released in November.

The book, titled “Johnny Cash: The Life in Lyrics,” will feature rare never-before-seen visuals, along with stories and commentary from Johnny Cash’s son, John Carter Cash, and Mark Stilper, family historian and others.

Country music artist Johnny Cash, who died in 2003, wrote more than 600 songs in his lifetime, including hits such as Folsom Prison Blues Don’t Take Your Guns to Town and I Walk the Line. During his 45-year career the singer-songwriter released more than 70 albums and won 11 Grammy Awards.

It’s the first time the Johnny Cash Foundation has opened its archive to share with fans stories about the process of creating his music.

John Carter Cash, according to a report in “The Guardian” newspaper, said that “there is no better way to know my father than to look at his written works.”

“Whether in the songs he recorded, in his poetry, or in the material that was not published during his lifetime, he put his heart, blood and spirit into everything he wrote,” he continued. “I am blessed to see this book come out and know that his brilliance and life are being honored by focusing on his greatest creation, his words.”

The book ‘Johnny Cash: The Life in Lyrics’ will be published by White Rabbit in the UK and Kindle Edition in the US.