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Colene
And her peaches and cream
It'll give us a shot in the arm
Down at our Uncle John's farm

Rock on the porch swing
By the light of the moon
we learned more than we earned
When we got paid by Cash

Then came the time when our career
Demanded that we go
And through some tears we all
we learned more than we earned
When we got paid by Cash

Then came the time when our career
Demanded that we go
And through some tears we all
compassion
He lives in the love
That lives in our hearts

Words and music by John Denver and Joe Henry
St John's
Where rum is very cheap
We'll drink a health of Captain Guy
Who brought us o'er the deep
A health to all our sweethearts
And to our
find out you won't change
Serving the song
Walking the range.

'John Cage had come to feel
Art in our time
Was much less important
Than our daily
me?

This is the sound
Of the desperation bound
By our own collision
We are the voice of breaking down

The static comes alive
Beneath
me?

This is the sound
Of the desperation bound
By our own collision
We are the voice of breaking down

The static comes alive
Beneath
me?

This is the sound
Of the desperation bound
By our own collision
We are the voice of breaking down

The static comes alive
Beneath
cried.
Beauty and love are our riddle,
Never to answer but always to try,
And boy, did I try?
I tried with Harold and I tried with John,
I tried with Alphy
This song appears on three albums, and was first released on the Different Directions album, and has also been released on The John Denver Collection
every time.

Lately it seems things vanish by degrees. How soon we forget we made our tree houses out of trees. When we going to realize some reasons just
Anyways, this song was written by our friend Glen Shirley
Um, hope we do your song justice Glen, we're going to do our best

Inside the walls of prison my
John Denver, music by John Denver and Glen D Hardin
I drive by your house its late / Your silhouette / In the window / I want to stand on your front lawn / With a radio / Playing our song / Like John
singing this song, out version of a John Sebastian song
Darling companion

Darlin' companion, come on and give me understandin'.
And let me be your
By one so small
Let love be in the
Hearts of all
Oh I can't wait until there's sunshine in their eyes

You and I may never see them cry
Or wonder
by those standards and those John Hughes endings.
But there will be soft skin and pillows to share.
He's nailed to the white picket with his heart
Well it seems like more and more were being stifled.
All them colorful words I once used are wrong
So before we lose our free speech and our rifles
And music by John Kay

All the songs of pain I once knew
It's so hard to sing them with you
For the words no longer ring true
All the things I used
Words and music by John Kay



And we carried him down the hollow
Where we laid his kind soul down to rest
Then we sang until the dawn just to him
This country has been surprised by the way the world looks now.  They don't know if they want to be Matt Dillon or Bob Dylan.  They don't know if they
[based on the poem "Tragediens Trone" by John Henrik Svaren]
[is translated by the undersigned, and hereby dedicated to Kristoffer Garm Rygg]

Hear!
Based on the poem "Tragediens Trone" by John Henrik Svaren,
Is translated by the undersigned,
And hereby dedicated to Kristoffer Garm Rygg
Hear!
From
(Olivia Newton-John)

I need to tell the truth
I can't lie anymore
I need to do what's right
I know that's what my life is for
I can't be quiet