John Denver - Back Home Again

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Barry Marks:
Pulitzer  Prize winning photographer Bernie Boston (flower in the gun-barrel)--used this song for his slide presentations.
Daz8276:
First time I've heard this song today! Wow! Utterly brilliant!
Gary Plummer:
this song brings back a time when i got off the greyhound in portland maine in 1980,i went threw basic training and ect,as my dad and i went to the car he put his arm around my shoulder ,showing he was proud of me...i still have that feeling i recieved today..if i could go back thats what i want to go back to,the little things...not what we are today...
Has S:
some of the best music ever nothing like the soulless angry junk today
Jainam Khakhra:
John Denver's music is so lovely. So soothing, so peaceful, so happy. It's just magical. His songs make anyone feel so light and happy... He will be terribly missed for generations to come. John Denver is one of the only few musicians whose music makes you laugh and smile rather than cry. :)
John Hobson:
When I go, my ashes, full of the love for my beautiful son's, along with my wife will be spread on the corner of Michigan and Trumbull, and on Grand Bahama Island. I will then be back home.

Go Tigers!
Jonathan Wilson:
This song reminds me of the day I was being driven from Duke
Marine Laboratory (Beaufort, NC) in 1978 to the Beltsville, MD on my way home
to Freetown to meet my family after completing the International Training Program
in Marine Sciences.  I was so home sick
at the time and when this song came on the cassette player, I requested it be
played over and over on the trip.  As I
was dropped off by the professor (who gave ride, can’t remember his name) I was
given the tape with this song as a parting gift.  I will always remember that ride on my home,
and the generosity of the professor. I play this song over and over today in thanks
and remembrance.  God Bless prof.
Lynn Slaughter:
I'm sitting here watching WV & Notre Dame play the 2nd round of the NCAA. All of a sudden I think of John Denver's Country Roads. I go to YouTube and search for it. I find it. As I'm listening, I remember how beautiful his voice was. His songs always choked me up made me cry, especially Annie's Song. We lost one of the most amazing songwriters ever to be born.
Michele Beers:
it's good to be back home again I already feel part of your family if they are anything like you I'll be the luckeyest woman in the country I feel special to have met you my sweetiest guy I know and saved me from! a life of negativety and despare we will be free from all that and free from all that because you are the real thing my sweetie you always believed in me and our love is getting better every day we will always have sunshine even if we don't have it we make our own no one is going to bring us down or break us up I'll give you my cell phone number the pats are going to win I can feel it in my bones we will cheer them together I won't turn you away ever my sweetheart heart you have given me a reason to get up in the morning my darling Mike your pumpkin mimi forever in my heart love you only
Mike Volpe:
Back in the day(and I DO mean back) I was a hard drinking, fist fighting, take no prisoners, muscle headed Guido. My buddies thought it was hilarious that I loved this song. They would sing it to me and collapse in hysterics. I miss those guys
Norman Bates:
This song brings a moment of comfort in a very troubled world.
Pearl Caster:
Never a trucker; just raised in a rural town out on the prairie. The imagery of a storm rolling in, a hot summer afternoon, the sounds that come from a highway, a railroad miles away; it's the little things that evoke memories of a childhood. The lapping wave of nostalgia is a pleasure; it's good to be reminded like a long-lost friend...
Scott Burton:
This song is proof positive that John Denver was a superb entertainer.
Yosafat Dhimas:
this song remembering me about my little home
kyrane100:
My grandmother loved this song.
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Take Me Home, Country Roads: https://youtu.be/1vrEljMfXYo
Rocky Mountain High: https://youtu.be/eOB4VdlkzO4
Leaving On A Jet Plane: https://youtu.be/SneCkM0bJq0

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Lyrics:

There's a storm across the valley, clouds are rolling in,
the afternoon is heavy on your shoulders.
There's a truck out on the four lane, a mile or more away,
the whining of his wheels just makes it colder.

He's an hour away from riding on your prayers up in the sky
and ten days on the road are barely gone.
There's a fire softly burning, supper's on the stove,
but it'sthe light in your eyes that makes him warm.

Hey, it's good to be back home again.
Sometimes this old farm feels like a long lost friend.
Yes, and hey, it's good to be back home again.
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