"Mama Take Me Home" is a song by Country Music Singer George Jones, released in the early s. Country singer Charlie Rich covered the song in Songwriter Bill Danoff, in a article he wrote for The Washington Post (in tribute to Denver, who'd just died), said he had begun writing. Take Me Home, Country Roads Lyrics: Almost Heaven, West Virginia / Blue Ridge Mountains, Shenandoah River / Life is old there, older than the trees. Showing off my goods for all to see - Yeah! You said: Pretty lady, give yourself to me. You can be the bird if I can be the bee. Lord, I wanna take you. Lyrics: Bele Mama Eh (repeated) Part 1: Home, I'm going home, I need the land to heal my soul, take me home, take me home, over the green green fields. That I should have been home yesterday, yesterday. Country roads, take me home. To the place I belong. West Virginia, mountain momma. Take me home, country. John Denver's “Take Me Home, Country Roads” had an unlikely resonance across Asia 50 years ago. Today his ode to West Virginia conjures a. t fine Teachers still treated me stupid Students that couldn't speak English West Virginia mountain momma Take me home Country Roads All my. Originally Answered: Did John Denver really sing "West virginians mounting momma!" in his song Country Roads. What songs do you know that have misunderstood or. Originally Answered: Which state of the USA did John Denver call "mountain mamma" in the song, "Take Me Home, Country roads"? West Virginia. John Denver used to.