"Country Road" is a song written and performed by James Taylor. It appears on his 1970 second album, Sweet Baby James. The song references Somerset Street in Belmont, Massachusetts, a wooded road running adjacent to the land owned by McLean Hospital, where Taylor had committed himself in 1965 to receive treatment for depression. "Country Road" reached number 37 on the Billboard pop singles chart in early 1971. It is also featured on James Taylor's 1976 Greatest Hits record. The song has been played at most of his concerts since 1970.