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This song appears on nine albums, and was first released on the Farewell Andromeda, This Is John Denver, John Denver (Italian), Country Classics, The Country Roads Collection and The Rocky Mountain Collection albums, and has also been rerecorded on Greatest Hits Vol 2 and Voice of America Albums. Live versions appear on the various versions of the An Evening With John Denver Albums.


Welcome to my morning
Welcome to my day
I’m the one responsible
I made it just this way
To make myself some pictures
See what they might bring
I think I made it perfectly
I wouldn’t change a thing

Welcome to my happiness
You know it makes me smile
And it pleases me to have you here
For just a little while
While we open up the spaces
Try to break some chains
And if the truth is told
They will never come again

Welcome to my evening
The closing of the day
I could try a million times
Never find a better way
To tell you that I love you
And all the songs I play
Are to thank you for allowing me
Inside this lovely day

Welcome to my morning
Welcome to my day
Yes, I’m the one responsible
I made it just this way
To make myself some pictures
And see what they might bring
I think I made it perfectly
I wouldn’t change a thing

Words and music by John Denver



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