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John Denver: We Don't Live Here No More Meaning

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We Don't Live Here No More Lyrics

Make believe you're on a boat without water around.
Picture yourself at a circus without any clowns.
Pretend that you're on a highway without any end.
Then empty the ashtray, sweep up the floor, put a lock on your door.
If somebody calls in...

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    anonymous
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    Nov 20th, 2019 11:38am report


    A song about dealing with the grief of death.
    Think about firing in a different way. “Dream of a time when the tides ebbing now rise again. Then you will know that to die is not really to end.”



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    anonymous
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    Sep 19th, 2019 9:25am report


    Breaking up with partner -- moving out of the relationship and perhaps a home they shared together. Think of other things to get your mind set right to go on with the business of moving out. Empty the ashtray and sweep up the floor, put a lock on the door.. if somebody calls in the morning, just say we don't live her no more. Meaning.. they wont have to deal with any of the fall out of the broken relationship because they are no longer together. Sad song. Beautiful song, though.




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