Ripplin' Waters Lyrics

John Denver

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publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
writers: Jim Ibbotson
album: Track 6 in album I Want to Live
release date: 1977-11
popularity : 10 users have visited this page.
genres: Rock Folk, World, & Country
styles: Folk Rock/Country/Soft Rock
length: 3:58

Album Information

country(area): United States
script: Latin

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John Denver I Want to Live cover art

Lyrics

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I've got rippling waters to wake me to the morning, my woman in love,
Tall pine trees are pointing us easily to Heaven above.
Blue Spruce flaming on the grate in the evening, takes the chill away fine,
Cut the telephone line, the story's the same.
There's a worn red chair by the window that she found at a sale down the way,
When some old woman said that they needed more room for the winter.
People like pulling out the stuffing when they sit down, so it passes the time,
Cut the telephone line, the story's the same.

Ooh, like a bubble on a windy day start to flutter when I hear you say,
That you feel too good to go away and you make me feel fine.
And you made the world a warmer place, by the sparkle of your diamond face.
On a gray spot, put a little lace and you make me feel fine,
Warm as a mountain sunshine, on the edge of a snowline, in a meadow of Columbine.

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Track Listing

  • 1 How Can I Leave You Again?
  • 2 Tradewinds
  • 3 Bet on the Blues
  • 4 It Amazes Me
  • 5 To the Wild Country
  • 6 Ripplin' Waters
  • 7 Thirsty Boots
  • 8 Dearest Esmeralda
  • 9 Singing Skies and Dancing Waters
  • 10 I Want to Live
  • 11 Druthers