It was written after John and I had gone through a pretty intense time together and things were pretty good for us. He left to go skiing and he got on the Ajax chair on Aspen mountain and the song just came to him. He skied down and came home and wrote it down… Initially […]
And you say that the battle is over And you say that the war is all done Go tell it to those With the wind in their nose Who run from the sound of the gun And write it on the sides Of the great whaling ships Or on ice floes where conscience is tossed […]
And talk of poems and prayers and promises And things that we believe in How sweet it is to love someone How right it is to care How long it’s been since yesterday And what about tomorrow And what about our dreams And all the memories we share — Poems, Prayers, and Promises, John Denver.