To The Wild Country Paroles

John Denver

Paroles To The Wild Country

To The Wild Country Video:
Paroles de To The Wild Country There are times I fear I lose myself, I don't know who I am, I get caught up in the struggle and the strain. With my back against a stone wall, my finger in the dam, I'm losing strength and going down again. When I take a look around me, my eyes can't find the sun, there's nothing wild as far as I can see. Then my heart turns to Alaska and freedom on the run, I can hear her spirit calling me to the mountains, I can rest there. To the rivers, I will be strong. To the forests, I'll find peace there. To the wild country, where I belong. Oh, I know sometimes I worry on worldly ways and means, and I can see the future killing me. On a misbegotten highway of prophesies and dreams, a road to nowhere and eternity. And I know it's just changes and mankind marching on, I know we can't live in yesterday. But compared to what we're losing and what it means to me, I'd give my life and throw the rest away to the mountains, I can rest there. To the rivers, I will be strong. To the forests, I'll find peace there. To the wild country, where I belong. to the mountains, I can rest there. To the rivers, I will be strong. To the forests, I'll find peace there. To the wild country, where I belong.