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Fallout 76 – 'Country Roads' (John Denver Version)



With E3 coming every closer, only weeks away, Bethesda dropped a new teaser trailer for their new game titled ‘Fallout 76’. Little is known about the game other than speculation revolving around adding multiplayer aspects, however this is just speculation. Until more is released, enjoy COUNTRY ROADS preformed by JOHN DENVER.

Lyrics:

Almost heaven, West Virginia, Blue Ridge Mountains, Shenandoah River.
Life is old there, older than the trees, younger than the mountains, blowing like a breeze.
Country roads, take me home to the place I belong.
West Virginia, mountain momma, take me home, country roads.

All my memories gather round her, miner’s lady, stranger to blue water.
Dark and dusty, painted on the sky, misty taste of moonshine, teardrop in my eye.
Country roads, take me home to the place I belong.
West Virginia, mountain momma, take me home, country roads.”

Category
Music

Song
Take Me Home, Country Roads
Artist
John Denver
Album
The Windstar Greatest Hits
Writers
Taffy Nivert, Bill Danoff, John Denver
Licensed by
INgrooves, SME (on behalf of Windstar Productions); SOLAR Music Rights Management, ASCAP, Warner Chappell, ARESA, Kobalt Music Publishing, CMRRA, BMG Rights Management, Sony ATV Publishing, Reservoir Media, and 17 Music Rights Societies

Comments (29)

  1. ****UPDATE**** The Version used in the Fallout 76 Teaser Trailer is now uploaded to my channel and you can watch it here through this link. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rWEhi5pDKuA&feature=youtu.be

  2. The original Fallout 76 reveal showed so much potential. It's too bad the way things turned out.

  3. Don't judge me but why does Todd Howard sound like him?

  4. Country roads didn't take me home…

  5. although I like the rendition of the 2018 version it doesn't beat the original.

  6. Both versions are beautiful

  7. Why did Bethesda take down their video on this and upload a shittier version? This one’s great.

  8. This song makes me wanna visit WV someday…no idea what they even have there worth seeing but if the guys in Bethesda think it's worth making a game after than it must got something good there.

  9. A lot of you need to realize that fallout takes place in the future, but set in the past. It isnt our timeline so a lot of people dont exist.

  10. just cause it ain't the fallout 76 trailer version of the song doesn't mean its bad in fact this plays the full version of the song while in the trailer it was short

  11. i used to hear this in the car all the time as a kid. brings back memories.

  12. I heard this song before .. like 20 years ago, before Fallout even existed. Up vote.

  13. Its gonna turn out that it takes place in east tenesse

  14. I love this song! Thanks for uploading it baby, ring a ding ding!

  15. This version is great! I don't know what the fuhk people are complaining about

  16. Original is better. The Bethesda version is worse then this.

  17. The amount of people that downvote this and get angry for not being the fallout version…..despite the fact that it says "John Denver Version".

  18. Tbh I didn't really think this song would fit in the new fallout game

  19. Never heard this song until the Fallout 76 reveal…now I'm in fucking love with it…and I'm not from West Virginia.

  20. So John Denver never existed in the Fallout Universe? Weird

  21. Can't any of you fucks read the title and description? He never states it was the version from the trailer. It even says it's the John Denver version in the damn title.

  22. Take my downvote for lying!

  23. Today is amazing fallout 76 was announced I'm so happy.

  24. Well, I might could recreate it.

  25. John Denver version=wrong version

  26. Downvote.. Incorrect version.

    Edit: Video was originally uploaded with misleading title (which was later edited) not stating it is original song instead of cover that Bethesda used in trailer. The downvote is given then and for that reason.

  27. Gotta down vote for not being the track that Bethesda used.

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