John Denver - Rocky Mountain High

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Debra Nelson:
Have always loved John Denver and his music. Rest in Peace you beautiful soul.
Doug Murray:
What a terrible lose, he was 2 young
DragRaceFanatic660 M:
Before my time but he sure can sing!
I think "Rocky Mountain High" should be the Colorado state song. I don't live there anymore, unfortunately, but I lived in Colorado 25 years... grew up there, basically. This song really depicts what it is like to live there. The song speaks to your soul in the same way Colorado does when you're camping way up in the mountains -- when you wake up on a crisp, cold morning, with a dusting of snow on the ground and seeing your breath in the cold air -- suddenly, you look to the east and there is a beautiful sunrise. The first thing in my mind is this song. It so perfectly describes that crisp, clear, cold morning in the Colorado wilderness. The feeling is actually rather difficult to put into words, but there it is. A real "rocky muntain high."
Fabian Roybal:
that John Denvers full of shit man!?!?
G Kidwell:
I am surprised that there are any dislikes. Perhaps it is because there is no vulgar language, nothing about: killing, shooting, sex or dope. I loved this song as a teen. I live in New Mexico and technically not in the Ricky Mnts, but close enough to have the Rocky Mountain high every time I notice a majestic mountain pressed against brilliant blue sky framed with puffy clouds. Whew! Gonna to go peak out my window now for some free and enduring inspiration. Thanks for the song, John. R.I.P.
Gabe's Gaming:
That last little highaaayeeeeee
Hudson Bailey:
John did hit the sun where he'll shine forever in the brilliance of music. Fly, John.
Janets BabyShower:
My papa used to sing me to sleep with this song. (It was his and my dad's favorite song.) My dad would sing this on normal nights, and then the nights before he deployed he would sing Annie's Song. I can't listen to John Denver without tearing up a bit and having a full heart!
John Strate:
In '72 my new wife and I climbed Long's Peak. Fire in the sky has real meaning. Fear strikes when lightening bolts hit a few hundred feet below you. It's best to head out very early in the morning--lesson learned.
Mark Shaffer:
One of the best, real, and still has my heart in a certain way.
"I've seen it rainin' fire in the sky" IS HE ALLUDING TO UFO/POSSIBLE ALIEN SIGHTINGS?
Rebekah Rodenberg:
RIP John. you make the worst days seem like a blessing. much love.
Steve Sunset:
Your cancer ad really upset me... I have enough depression in my life... I trying to find happiness.... rocky mountain High
Two Sisters Cleaning:
Gone too soon. Thanks John for touching our hearts so deeply .........

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He was born in the summer of his 27th year, coming home to a place he'd never been before.
He left yesterday behind him,you might say he was born again,
you might say he found a key for every door.
When he first came to the mountains, his life was far away on the road and hanging by a song.
But the string's already broken and he doesn't really care,
it keeps changing fast, and it don't last for long.

And the Colorado Rocky Mountain high, I've seen it raining fire in the sky.
The shadows from the starlight are softer than a lullaby.
Rocky Mountain high, Colorado. Rocky Mountain high.