When they finished, John announced that the song had to go on his next album.
It has continued to sell, with over a million digital copies sold in the United States. Danoff and his then-wife, Mary ("Taffy") Nivert, wrote "I Guess He'd Rather Be in Colorado" and "Take Me Home, Country Roads," both of which were hits for John Denver.
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Starting December 22, 1970, John Denver was heading the bill at The Cellar Door, a Washington, D. After the Tuesday post-Christmas re-opening night (Cellar Door engagements ran from Tuesday to Sunday, and this booking was for two weeks,) the three headed back to their place for an impromptu jam.
On the way, Denver's left thumb was broken in an automobile accident.