The ashes of late singer-songwriter Guy Clark are being turned into a work of art. Clark’s biographer Tamara Saviano wrote on Facebook, “Guy’s last wishes were clear. At some point in his waning years, his lyrical request – ‘Susanna, oh Susanna, when it comes my time, won’t you bury me south of that Red River line’ – changed to instructions to be cremated, with his cremains sent to Terry Allen to be incorporated into a sculpture.” Allen is a longtime friend of Clark. He’s also a musician and artist whose works are displayed in galleries across the country. “Rolling Stone country” reports, Clark’s ashes were transported to Santa Fe following a private wake in Nashville. Clark passed away on May 17th at the age of 74.