Fuck Yeah John Denver

 

reflections

John Denver sings about women in a way that seems quaint by today’s standards. The narrator in his songs shares a life with the women in the songs, shares adventure, shares days and farms and roads with them. Growing old with Country Mama seems groovy. The stories are filled with phone calls and eparture. They talk about what the inlaws had to say and feeling the baby move.

He wants and enjoys a *life* with the women in his songs—he doesn’t want sex or their ass or a mouth to ejaculate in or their unending love. He wants to open his body to them (come fill me again) and share his world with them. He wants a life with these women—not because women can be used, but because partnership makes a home a home.

9/9/2009 - Video

classic muppet moment.

John Denver’s “Grandma’s Feather Bed” on the Muppet Show (via dteeps42)

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one of the earlier versions of the song—one of my favorite.

Rocky Mountain High: John Denver (via angusyoung111)

9/9/2009 - Video

one of the last performances of this song. i don’t enjoy it—i appreciate it, but enjoy a softer, less agressive version.

John Denver - Rocky Mountain High (via egofilo)

9/6/2009 - Photo

men back in the olden days had so much more potential.

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men back in the olden days had so much more potential.

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9/6/2009 - Photo

this old guitar….


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this old guitar….

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and you think John Denver is not sexy.


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and you think John Denver is not sexy.

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9/6/2009 - Photo

one of my favorite christmas albums ever.


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one of my favorite christmas albums ever.

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