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It is spoken aloud, slowly, by Frodo , as he and his companions arrive at a familiar road - the Stock Road - on their journey to leave the Shire. It is spoken by Bilbo in Rivendell after the hobbits have returned from their journey. Bilbo is now an old, sleepy hobbit, who murmurs the verse and then falls asleep. Earlier, when leaving the Shire, Frodo tells the other hobbits Bilbo's thoughts on 'The Road': "He used often to say there was only one Road; that it was like a great river: its springs were at every doorstep, and every path was its tributary. Bilbo follows the "Road Shippey points out that "if 'the lighted inn' on the road means death, then 'the Road' must mean life", and the poem and the novel could be speaking of the process of psychological individuation.

Jeremiah refers to 'the good way' wherein the faithful should walk and 'find rest'. Thus, the 'lighted inn' should be seen as Tolkien's traditional understanding of the Christian's heavenly home. This song is heard multiple times in The Lord of the Rings films. The first time it is heard, the song is sung and hummed by Gandalf as he approaches Frodo and is just barely discernable. Also when Bilbo makes his way off in attempt to finish his book, he sings a verse of the song.

The later occurrences of this song are based on those in the books. Similar changes in mood and words are seen in two versions of " A Walking Song ", in the same metre and similarly at the start and end of The Lord of the Rings. The first version, in the chapter 'Three is Company', is sung by the hobbits when they are walking through The Shire, just before they meet a company of elves. Three stanzas are given in the text, with the first stanza starting " Upon the hearth the fire is red The following extract is from the second stanza of the song.

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