John Denver: Take Me Home, Country Roads Meaning
Song Released: 1971
Take Me Home, Country Roads Lyrics
Blue Ridge Mountains, Shenandoah River
Life is old there, older than the trees, younger than the mountains,
growin' like a breeze
Country Roads, take me home
to the place I belong
West Virginia, mountain...
anonymous Feb 19th 2019 report
I've always wondered if "mountain mamma" refers to a person or to the concept that the mountains are the momma of West Virginians. Being a West Virginian myself, I've always thought of it as the mountains being the momma of us all.
anonymous Sep 30th 2015 report
I think it's where he wants to be laid to rest.
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