Jimmy Buffett

Jimmy Buffett - A Mile High In Denver

By: Jimmy Buffett

1970

Sittin' on a pocket full of hard earned wages

Lookin' at the world through magazine pages

I heard a lot about the mountains and the Colorado range

Made this stop for personal reasons

Didn't know I'd catch the changin' of the seasons

Winter dictates everything from frost to naked trees

Chorus:

I'm about a mile high in Denver

Where the rock meets timberline

I've walked this ground from town to town

Just to finally call it mine

Lookin' for the cloud with a styrofoam lining

Hopin' that the sun will keep on shinin'

Leading me to distant peace that waits so patiently

Need a little love to try some givin'

Try a little love and then start livin'

Things I feared so long ago

When everything was wrong

Chorus:

I'm about a mile high in Denver

Where the rock meets timberline

I've walked this ground from town to town

Tonight I'll call it mine

Tonight I'll call it mine

Sittin' on a pocket full of hard earned wages

Lookin' at the world through magazine pages

I heard a lot about the mountains and the Colorado range

Need a little time to try some livin'

Try a little love and then start givin'

Things I feared so long ago

When everything was wrong

I'm about a mile high in Denver

Where the rock meets timberline

Where God and trees create the breeze

Tonight I'll call it mine

Tonight I'll call it mine

Tonight I'll call it mine

Tonight I'll call it mine

Tonight I'll call it mine

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