Aspenglow

Album: Rocky Mountain Christmas (1975)
  • See the sunlight through the pine
    Taste the warm of winter wine
    Dream of softly falling snow
    Winter snow Aspenglow

    As the winter days unfold
    Hearts grow warmer with the cold
    Peace of mind is all you know
    Winter snow Aspenglow

    Aspen is a life to live
    See how much there is to give
    See how strongly you believe
    See how much you may receive

    Smiling faces all around
    Laughter is the only sound
    Memories that can't grow old
    Winter snow Aspenglow

    Aspen is a life to live
    See how much there is to give
    See how strongly you believe
    See how much you may receive

    See the sunlight through the pine
    Taste the warm of winter wine
    Dream of softly falling snow
    Winter snow Aspenglow Writer/s: JOHN DENVER
    Publisher: Alfred, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 3

  • Tina Cox-cole from Fairbanks, AlaskaThis is my all time favorite song;it lifts my spirits. He was such a great songwriter and artist. I miss him very much. What a loss to the world .
  • Peter from Aspen ColoradoAspenglow is the red light that glows on the peaks around Aspen just before sunset. It is a play on "Alpinglow". Which is the same phenominon in the Alps.i don't know where someone came up,with that it is from the Winterskol torches...never heard that and I've lived in Aspen almost 40 years.
  • Martina from St. Père, FranceA very nice song! It warms up my heart, great melody and I also like the lyrics. John Denver was a very great singer!!
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