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8 thoughts on “ My Heart - John Denver - Rhymes & Reasons (CD, Album)

  1. Jul 03,  · Rhymes & Reasons is the first commercial studio album by the American singer-songwriter John Denver, released in October, by RCA Records.
  2. Rhymes & Reasons is a decent enough example of late 60s singer-songwriter fare, sprinkled with folk and country influences. Denver's tendency towards tweeness and the endless references to children and flowers are largely kept in check.
  3. Brakinos says:
    Lyrics to 'Rhymes & Reasons' by John Denver. This song appears on eleven albums, and was first released on the rhymes and reasons album, then this is john denver, the rocky mountain collection, the country roads collection, and reflections Has been rerecorded on the very best of john denver (double cd), john denver (italian), country classics and greatest hits vol 1 albums.
  4. Tazshura says:
    This song appears on seventeen albums, and was first released on the Rhymes & Reasons Album, This Is John Denver, The Country Roads Collection) and The Rocky Mountain Collection, and has also been rerecorded on the Greatest Hits Vol 1, Changes, Voice of America, John Denver (Italian) Country Classics, Take Me Home, Country Roads - and Other Hits, The Very Best of John Denver (Double CD.
  5. Rhymes & Reasons is the first commercial studio album by the American singer-songwriter John Denver, released in October, by RCA Records. It was reissued on CD by Legacy Recordings in
  6. Tojashakar says:
    Rhymes & Reasons: B1: Yellow Cat: B2: Leaving On A Jet Plane: B3 (You Dun Stomped) My Heart: B4: My Old Man: B5: I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free: B6: Today Is The First Day Of The Rest Of My Life (Sugacity)4/5(2).
  7. Rhymes And Reasons: 9: Yellow Cat: Leaving On A Jet Plane: My Heart: My Old Man: I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free: .
  8. You Dun Stomped On My Heart This song is by John Denver and appears on the album Rhymes and Reasons (). I told you that I loved you, you said that is so good I called you my darlin.

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