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"He was born on his 27th year. Coming home to a place he'd never been before. He left yesterday behind him, you might say he's born again. Might say he found the key for every door." Thank you Lord Jesus Christ for your love, sacrifice, and my salvation. And thank you heavenly Father for giving your beautiful only begotten son to be the ultimate sacrifice for the world.
Why on earth would you create a beautiful video and then not allow people to share it with others? I am floored! You create a beautiful dedicated video about John Denver and then when we try to share it with friends...its says it can't be shared????Wow! I wonder what John thinks about that?
Was sitting out on the back porch of my daughters Provo Utah home, enjoying the view of the sunset falling on the stunning Wasatch Mountain range. I had my 4 year old granddaughter on my lap, and turned on this song, which she enjoyed just as much as I. What a beautiful experience, thanks for giving the world some of it's finest music JD.
im a military kid, my dad is a colonel, and we've moved more times than i can count, im moving away from Colorado in a month and my heart is breaking and im crying. because of covid i never got to explore Colorado for what its known for. i will miss it. i think Colorado is my home. ive never had a place to call home. God.. my feelings are too much for me to handle
I loved living in Colorado Springs in the early 70's. It was so awesome to wake up and walk out the door and see Pikes Peak. I had to shout as I have lived in Europe (Germany) since joining the army. John Denver's music always touched me growing up, and today I heard this great song on German radio, and I had to say something. I remember I cried when I heard that John had left us, and right now I have tears in my eyes just thinking back to the beautiful city that I grew up in. I am a 64 year old army veteran and I say, thank you John for your great music that I will never get tired of listening to.
Makes me think about Telluride. I could have married man of my dreams and lived there in what I thought was heaven on earth. ——— but —— newly recovering alcoholics that we were —— I put it off for a while. Followed my gut feeling. Ended up going to school for drug and alcohol addiction followed by working in the best treatment center on earth. Did that for 20 years. Lost the guy because I wanted to see where this Adduction Therapy was going to take me. I thought and think about him every day. He died from alcohol use. I often think —- if I would have married him — would he have stayed sober ? No he wouldn’t have. No one can keep anyone else sober but I have battled that thought despite knowing better. Well —— maybe “eternal recurrence” exits. We’ll see.
I used to visit my aunt and uncle in Colorado from about 2007-2012. They lived 2 miles from Glen Haven, and we visited them once or twice a year when I was a kid. My parents and I went to the Alpine Visitor Center and saw the cool lime green tour Jeep with the red roll cage, the 1950s Chevy truck yard art in Glen Haven, and walked around Estes Park. Uncle died in 2011 and aunt a few years later. The last time we were there was in 2012, which I have some pictures of on my DS, but we may never go back since it wouldn't be the same. I found this song sometime around 2013, and I always thought it would be cool to play this song if we ever went back.
I’ve been to Colorado a ton. I would recommend going there in Winter or Spring. Winter is so beautiful and it’s Christmas time all winter in the Mountains. Great skiing, views, and so much more. The spring is beautiful for hiking, camping and the views match Winter.
Love this song! Lived in Loisville for a year. This state has to be THE MOST BEAUTIFUL STATE! Clean fresh air, Beautiful mountains, Fresh snow! Lol! I have seen it raining fire in the sky. Stars and meteorites falling. JUST BEAUTIFUL. Just wish it was less expensive to live there.
That was really enjoyable ... not sure but seem to recall a clip years ago where John talked about inspiration /? writing the song coming from a camping trip in the Colorado mountains , partying with friends --- and the "I've seen fire in the sky" line referring to the group easing back and enjoying one of the busy meteor showers ... along with their Rocky Mountain High!
Thank you to the person that posted this. I literally have tears in my eyes listening to the lyrics and watching the beautiful pictures flow past my eyes. John Denver was definitely a legend and it’s too bad we did not have him on the earth today still making his beautiful music.
I am finally going to visit the beautiful state of Colorado - its been my dream as long as I can remember. I am 55 years old...raised 3 amazing children as a single mom...spent many many years broke and struggling...now they are grown....all graduated college...my eldest daughter moved to Denver 2 years ago and I was supposed to visit her in May for my birthday but it was cancelled due to the wonderful VIRUS....now...in 2 weeks I am finally getting to make my trip...I am so overwhelmed with emotion and excitement....I have listened to this song 25 times in the last week....and I cry every time. Thank you John...xoxo