Since its release, “Take Me Home, Country Roads” has been the standard of country music. Perhaps, the lyrics define the roots of country and the simplicity of life in the countryside. Also, the harmony of the song depicts the real country sound. This timeless traditional song is also being conveyed from generation to generation. Numerous artists sang the song as well. Probably, one of the best renditions is from Olivia Newton John’s. Hers can truly inspire us and will make you recollect yesterday once more. Indeed, it will take you back home to your country roots.
Take Me Home, Country Roads…
Bill Danoff, Taffy Nivert, and John Denver pooled resources for the words and lyrics of “Take Me Home, Country Roads.” It was initially recorded and released by John Denver in 1971. In fact, it became John Denver’s hallmark song. Since the day of its release, the song kept selling even up to these days. The song became one of West Virginia’s official state anthems.
Then, in 1973, Olivia Newton-John recorded her version. Her cover received massive response all throughout the world. It topped in countries such as Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Moreover, Olivia Newton John’s approach to the song is different because of her smooth and angelic voice.
In the 50th Annual CMA Awards, the song has been used as and produced the most significant music video. The music video features 30 CMA Award-winning acts.
Above all, “Take Me Home, Country Roads,” is indeed one of the best country songs ever penned. The song is a reminder of how good country music is.
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