What comes into your mind when you hear the word nature? Do you imagine streams, rivers, forest, and birds? Anyway, that sounds nice and relaxing, isn’t it? Especially if you are in the forest, hearing the birds chirping in the morning. Also, it’s nice to feel the cool breeze and smell the flowers scent. Those are only a few things that nature has to offer. It’s just sad that humans are destroying these priceless gifts that were given to them. But tell me, what is your unforgettable experience with nature? Is it priceless? Just like John Denver, he had loved nature and appreciated its beauty. That’s why the hit “Rocky Mountain High” was created. I hope that you are still familiar with this song.

The Gem of Country Music

He was one of the music icons of his generation. Further, this artist is also a songwriter, actor, activist, and humanitarian. During his breakthrough as an artist, he was considered one of the most successful solo acts. Due to his popularity, he was able to sell over 33 million records worldwide. It’s just sad that he had to go at an early age. I hope that you did not forget the man behind the famous hits “Annie’s Song” and “Leaving on a Jet Plane.” Of course, I’m referring to the hit maker John Denver.

Photo Credits: John Denver Official Home Page

Colorado’s Official State Song

This hit featured the beauty and wonders of nature. In addition, the song mentioned a state and praised its beauty. This hit was released in 1972 and it dropped at number nine in the U.S. Hot 100. “Rocky Mountain High” is so iconic that it was included in the top 100 western songs of all time. This hit was created to plainly adore the beauty of nature that Denver had ever witnessed.