1. The song refers to the Shenandoah River, of which only a small fraction flows thru WV, the rest of it is in Virginia 2. Also referenced is the Blue Ridge Mountains, virtualy none of which are in West Virginia 3. Rumor has it the song was originally entitled "Old Virginia"
Carry Me to Old Virginia
The chorus of the song is: "Country Roads, take me home, to the place, I belong! West Virginia, Mountain Mama, take me home, Country Roads"
Take Me Home Country Roads by John Denver.
Cherry Lane Music Publishing Co.
obviously the song CROSS ROADS is about nothing besides CROSS ROADS
take me home country roads cotton eyed joe
Dirt Road Anthem by Brantley Gilbert and Colt Ford
country roads, rocky mountain high, thank god im a country boy, annies song
Roger Allen Wade.
When it was first released in 1971, "Take Me Home, Country Roads" by John Denver was considered a pop song, peaking at #2 on the US Billboard Hot 100. With the evolution of pop music since then, it's now thought of more as a country song.
Stay on These Roads - song - was created on 1988-03-14.
All Roads Lead to You - song - was created in 1989.
All Roads Lead Home by Golden State
Take Me Home Country Roads went to number 2 on the Billboard chart in 1970.
I do not like this song! :D
"The blue ridge mountains are named for the color that the mountain range turns in the early morning. There is a country song that mentions these mountains as well called ""Country Roads"""
The song is originally sung by John Denver and is called "Country Roads, Take Me Home." However, it is obviously sung in the commercial by someone else. And I don't know who that musician/band is.
Paris, the US city, is in Texas. The state song of Texas is: "Texas, Our Texas". Paris is also a city in the country of France. France is located in Europe. Therefore, Paris doesn't have a "state song." However, the National Anthem of France is "The Marseillaise".
The state of Maryland's song is Maryland, My Maryland. The song was adopted by the state as the official state song in 1939.
Bob Dylan. The song is called Blowing in the Wind.
Portishead - Roads
I don"t know the song specificaly states (West Virginia, Mountain Mama, Take me Home, Country roads!)
Do you mean the song "Take Me Home Country Roads" ? If you do its by "Apres Ski Hut" . ~ I feel the singer required is more likely to be the singer of "On The Road Again" it was written and performed by Willie Nelson. It could also be "Six Days On The Road" - Sung by Dave Dudley. If by any chance it actually was "Take Me Home Country Roads" I feel the answer probably required is John Denver (who also wrote it) - although it has been sung and recorded by several other artistes)
The State song of Iowa is, The Song of Iowa.