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See the sunlight through the pine
Taste the warm of winter wine
Dream of softly falling snow
Winter's gold, Aspenglow

As the winter days unfold
Hearts grow warmer with the cold
Peace of mind is all you know
Winter's gold, Aspenglow

Aspen is a life to live
See how much there is to give
See how strongly you believe
See how much you may receive

Smiling faces all around
Laughter is the only sound
Memories that can’t grow old
Winter's gold, Aspenglow

Aspen is a life to live
See how much there is to give
See how strongly you believe
See how much you may receive

See the sunlight through the pine
Taste the warm of winter wine
Dream of softly falling snow
Winter's gold, Aspenglow

Words and music by John Denver



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    snazzzzfestDec 11, 2010 at 1:38 am
    Interesting fact... the song was inspired (at least partially) by an annual event in Aspen called "Winterskol" where people ski down the mountain carrying torches illuminating the snow, thus creating the "Aspenglow". Many people confuse the lyrics as "Winter's gold" or "Winter snow", when it's actually "Winterskol, Aspenglow."

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