A Song For All Lovers Lyrics

John Denver


publisher: ©BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC , RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
writers: John Denver
album: Track in album The Wildlife Concert
release date: 1995-6-13
popularity : 6 users have visited this page.
genres: Folk, World, & Country
styles: Country
length: 5:49

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John Denver The Wildlife Concert cover art
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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 in 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?


(Instrumental)

To ever be gentle, to always be strong
To walk in the wonder, to live in the song

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


Track Listing


CD 1
  • 1 Rocky Mountain High
  • 2 Rhymes & Reasons
  • 3 Take Me Home, Country Roads
  • 4 Back Home Again
  • 5 I Guess He'd Rather Be in Colorado
  • 6 Matthew
  • 7 Sunshine on My Shoulders
  • 8 You Say the Battle Is Over
  • 9 Eagles and Horses
  • 10 Darcy Farrow
  • 11 Whispering Jesse
  • 12 Me & My Uncle
  • 13 Wild Montana Skies
  • 14 Medley: Leaving on a Jet Plane / Goodbye Again
    CD 2
  • 1 Bet on the Blues
  • 2 The Harder They Fall
  • 3 Shanghai Breezes
  • 4 Fly Away
  • 5 A Song for All Lovers
  • 6 Dreamland Express
  • 7 For You
  • 8 Is It Love?
  • 9 Falling Out of Love
  • 10 Annie's Song
  • 11 Poems, Prayers & Promises
  • 12 Calypso
  • 13 Amazon
  • 14 This Old Guitar