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A Song For All Lovers Lyrics

Artist: John Denver
Album: The Wildlife Concert

This song was first released on the The Wildlife Concert Album. It is the only album it has been released on.

I see them dancing somewhere in the moonlight
Somewhere in Alaska, somewhere in the sun
I hear them singing a song for all lovers
A song for the two hearts beating only as one

Imagine the morning no longer alone
The arms of another, a place to belong
No longer the struggle, no longer the night
And ever becoming in the quickening light

To see the darkness, to listen within
To answer in kindness, to ever begin
To ever be gentle, to always be strong
To walk in the wonder, to live in the song

In a place of enchantment where the wild things are known
Will the future remember when the lovers are gone?

And I see them dancing somewhere in the moonlight
Somewhere in Alaska, somewhere in the sun
I hear them singing a song for all lovers
A song for the two hearts beating only as one
A song for the two hearts beating only as one

Words and music by John Denver
Comments/Interpretations
by alison vaughan on 5/31/2008 4:42am
i am only 13 years of age but john denver is my all time favouret singer of my life and always will be
with great thanks alison vaughan
by Leanne on 11/12/2008 11:41pm
If John Denver sang about the color of dirt, I would buy it!!
by Diane on 1/14/2009 1:01pm
Truly, John Denver was the greatest and most beloved singer/songwriter that ever lived. There have been great singers, there have been great songwriters, but none that could ever be defined as true as John Denver. His great love for all God's finest creations also made him one of the most outstanding environmentalist and humanitarians. The mere sound of his voice can touch the depth of ones' soul. Some messages in his music could provide the path for you to not only see but feel all in life that should be valued and cherished, and all things on and in God's great earth that should be most treasured.
Without question, a life that was taken much much too soon from this world!
As Leanne so aptly stated, "If John Denver sang about the color of dirt, she would buy it"! Leanne, I totally agree.
by frank from baltimore on 3/16/2009 1:57pm
John denvers' songs make me believe there's hope for this planet still. When I meet a woman who can appreciate what he was trying to say in his songs then and only then will I find my soul mate. I am 50 so there little hope that this will happen.
by Linda Zaaiman on 7/26/2009 5:57am
How can I get hold of the the guitar chords
by lina on 9/29/2009 2:33pm
frank from baltimore - dont give up! there are many of us out here - leave the city to find your soulmate. try Alaska even. this song is about Olaus and Mardy Murie and their honeymoon into teh wilderness. thier story was amazing. i was the dispatcher that had to announce her death to grand teton national park and my heart, years later, still hurts because of it.
by Johnny on 5/29/2010 11:19am
to Linda if you have not already found out - - - google find guitar chords - - - click on basically the first link and then when the letters of the alphabet come up at the top
choose "D" for Denver. I found a list of 107 songs
by Austin McGinley on 8/10/2010 8:58am
I had the great pleasure of meeting John Denver on 2 occasions. The first happened in June, 1970 .At hat time he was not particularly well known. He was the vocalist at the wedding of Bill Carlson and Nancy Nelson both of Minneapolis. John was sporting a new suit, which, he said was tailored in Germany, He seemed so proud of that suit. He sang several of his songs at the wedding, Memory fails me now, but I'm sure he sang "Sunshine of my shoulders" They were married at the Church of St Albert the Great where I had just been appointed pastor. They were all most gracious. Then, a few years later, I was in Burlington Northern Railroad Station, again in Minneapolis. There I recognized John. His career had really taken off by then. We both recognized each other. Again he was the epitome of graciousness. For me and thousands of others, his untimely death was a tragedy in the world of music. God bless him!
by Elizabeth on 4/29/2011 6:59pm
Ya know, Leanne, John Denver was a wonderful singer, and only he could make dirt fly! I am one of his biggest fans. i know his birthday, the day he died, what his last album was called, and some , if not alot of his songs. I think my alltime favorite is Annie's Song, because my middle name is annie.
by porcupinetracker on 4/30/2011 8:51am
This song was inspired by the lives of conservationists and Artic National Wildlife Refuge advocates Mardy and Olaus Murie. Read more about them in Jonathan Waterman's book: Where Mountains Are Nameless. I'm going to learn to play this on the guitar too.
by Richard on 4/13/2012 6:27pm
Hi im trom australia,i have played,listened,and loved John Denvers songs for as long as i can remember,he was one of the best,if not the best,so much meaning in all of his songs.
by LINELLE on 7/29/2012 5:45pm
John would get a kick out of all these comments. And I know this because I've talked with him many times since he's been on the Other Side -- see my book "Talks with John 1997 - 2007." Some copies might still be available at Phoenix and Dragon Bookstore in Atlanta.
by James L on 2/11/2014 6:19pm
Diane Your words about John were simply beautiful. I play guitar and play his music for people all the time. Enjoy life and peace Forever. Love james


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