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Just One More Time (the John Denver Poem)


It was an early Sunday morning

When I flew the Rocky Mountains

And in the dawn of light’s first glowing

I swear I saw your face

Reflected on the snowcaps

In a still creek water flowing

You smiled at life’s great master plan

When I whispered out your name

And did you say


Just one more time

Can you sing another song about the mountains

Just one more time

Can you hear all the voices in the wind

Just one more time

Can you say that this world belongs together

Just one more time, just one more time

Let us begin


So I closed my eyes in sadness

As I felt the sweet surrender

How your life brought so much gladness

To a world yet undefined

Can you still hear the voices

Of the children of the forest

To live our lives in harmony

With all that we may know

And did I go


Just one more time

Can you sing another song about the mountains

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