Song of Wyoming

John Denver2013年8月12日


Song of Wyoming - John Denver (約翰·丹佛)

I'm weary and tired

I've done my day's riding


Night time is rolling my way


The sky's all on fire and the light's slowly fading


Peaceful and still ends the day


Out on the trail night birds are calling


Singing their wild melody


Down in the canyon cotton wood whispers

A song of wyoming for me


Well I've wandered around the town and the city


Tried to figure the how and the why


Well I've stopped all my scheming


I'm just drifting and dreaming


Watching the river roll by


Here comes that big old prairie moon rising


Shining down bright as can be


Up on the hill


There's a coyote singing

A song of wyoming for me


Now it's whiskey and tobacco


And bitter black coffee


A lonesome old dogie am I


But waking up on the range


Lord I feel like an angel


Free like I almost could fly


Drift like a cloud

Out over the badlands


Sing like a bird in the tree


The wind in the sage

Sounds like heaven singing


A song of wyoming for me


A song of wyoming for me