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And if they had we'd never have
These lovely mountain songs

'Moon Of Alabama' is my favorite country tune
It's got lyrics by a communist and music by
after you
Listen what I'm saying to you Run
Run Devil Run 

By a swamp in Alabama in the cold in the damp
Sitting reading by the light of a kerosene
watches as time
Rolls by
Saying there's mountains to climb and
The sky if we are willing to aim high
We are just children at heart
If not in our minds
For
fevered brow

Whispering Jesse still rides in the mountains
Still sings in the canyons
Still lives in my heart
 
Words and music by John Denver
You're climbing mountains, I'm on a hill
You're always running I'm standing still
You live for the moment, no future no past
I may be a fool to love
I cross the Green Mountain
I sit by the stream
Heaven blazing in my head I
I dreamed a monstrous dream
Something came up
Out of the sea
Swept
called me by my name just hillbilly
My Grandpa taught me how to live off the land
And his taught him to be a business man

He used to send me pictures
Montgomery
Battle devil down 
In Georgia
By the time 
We get to Phoenix 
You'll be 
Rocky mountain high

If you buy us a round
We won't turn it down
Come
called me by my name just hillbilly
My Grandpa taught me how to live off the land
And his taught him to be a business man

He used to send me pictures
and Arkansas
Maine, Alabama, and Panama
All mixed together and having a ball

Yeah we went out last night
One thing started leadin' to another
Out last night
Music and lyric: Loreena McKennitt

This glancing life is like a morning star
A setting sun, or rolling waves at sea
A gentle breeze or lightning in
Tell me what we have
Have the day and night
Have the songs we play
And the moments we stay

Dreaming side by side
Watching clouds go by
Seeing
me
To a heartbeat, my lady lives for me

Out of the country to my city life
All wrapped in dreams she wears like pearls
She dances to the music that I
All men are bored with other men's lives

I listened and I heard music in a word
And words when you played your guitar
The noise that I was hearing
crippled by the manacles of segregation and the chains of discrimination. One hundred years later, the Negro lives on a lonely island of poverty in the midst
to climb every mountain
And the unknown in you understand it
Yeah you do, oh yeah

When we're face to face oh I
When the music plays oh I
Standing side by
Everybody wants to feel those arms around them
To be rocked like a cradle by their mama, their lover or the Lord
And hearts live on no matter how
Hunnington Beach, CA)
Tuscaloosa, Alabama (Arcada, Clarkston, Michigan)
Cleveland, Ohio
Fountain Valley (Texas, Barstow)
Bear Mountain, Victorville
Mountain of wisdom,
Of music and light
Muse of all vision,
Grant us the Waters of Life
Seeking the mountain,
Apollo's sacred realm,
Where the Muses
called me by my name just hillbilly
My Grandpa taught me how to live off the land
And his taught him to be a business man

He used to send me pictures
over my shins

The only way to live is to love again or just burn out in love’s flame
Music and words will kill me or save me once again

Spending money
hang,
We live and scrape in misery; we die by our own hand,
And still we murder our own children, brotherhood of man.

Blood on all our hands we
pass out
Security carry that ass out
Get in the zone when I'm stoned like I live in a glass house
Last bout I was in started to get real serious
compassion
He lives in the love
That lives in our hearts

Words and music by John Denver and Joe Henry
(Words and Music by Joan Baez)

The ship that sails the seven seas
Has finally brought me to my knees
It's not much to my liking
The people standing