“This Old Guitar”

I do not know anybody who does not love at least something that the late John Denver recorded, so to find something which (to me) was a little different from his popular songs was quite difficult. He had so many popular songs! “This Old Guitar” was a song that I came across by accident, and immediately loved it. If you are in a bit of a time squeeze, he takes 1:35 to introduce the song… so you can start at that point if you so wish. Enjoy!

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23 thoughts on ““This Old Guitar”

  1. I am a fanatical riff enthusiast. John Denver(God rest his soul!) is a perennial favorite of mine. Glen Campbell is also at the top of my most inspiring singers. I plan to get the Box Sets (cd) of both of these gentlemen. I enjoy their music so very much !

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    • Both those gentlemen left spaces in our world when they left us. Perhaps they should be reminders for us to make the best of our time here. Don’t put off things to tomorrow because one day… tomorrow will not come.

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  2. What a wonderful song choice for this week. Always liked John Denver and this was one of his songs that I didn’t know as well. His music had a special touch to it. Now I know what CD I have to listen to today. πŸ™‚

    There was something that stood out to me when he introduced the song. It was when he said that once he accepted that his guitar was gone, is when he found it! Isn’t that how it is in our lives at times. We try to hold onto some things so tightly and can get obsessed with it, but letting go can surprise us in 2 ways.
    We can find the beauty in the peace of letting go, and down the road we may be surprised at what shows up!
    Just Thinking… πŸ™‚

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