Don McLean- American Pie (with Lyrics)

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    A long, long time ago...
    I can still remember
    How that music used to make me smile.
    And I knew if I had my chance
    That I could make those people dance
    And, maybe, they'd be happy for a while.

    But february made me shiver
    With every paper I'd deliver.
    Bad news on the doorstep;
    I couldn't take one more step.

    I can't remember if I cried
    When I read about his widowed bride,
    But something touched me deep inside
    The day the music died.

    So bye-bye, miss american pie.
    Drove my chevy to the levee,
    But the levee was dry.
    And them good old boys were drinkin' whiskey and rye
    Singin', "this'll be the day that I die.
    "this'll be the day that I die."

    Did you write the book of love,
    And do you have faith in God above,
    If the Bible tells you so?
    Do you believe in rock 'n roll,
    Can music save your mortal soul,
    And can you teach me how to dance real slow?

    Well, I know that you're in love with him
    `cause I saw you dancin' in the gym.
    You both kicked off your shoes.
    Man, I dig those rhythm and blues.

    I was a lonely teenage broncin' buck
    With a pink carnation and a pickup truck,
    But I knew I was out of luck
    The day the music died.

    I started singin',
    "bye-bye, miss american pie."
    Drove my chevy to the levee,
    But the levee was dry.
    Them good old boys were drinkin' whiskey and rye
    And singin', "this'll be the day that I die.
    "this'll be the day that I die."

    Now for ten years we've been on our own
    And moss grows fat on a rollin' stone,
    But that's not how it used to be.
    When the jester sang for the king and queen,
    In a coat he borrowed from james dean
    And a voice that came from you and me,

    Oh, and while the king was looking down,
    The jester stole his thorny crown.
    The courtroom was adjourned;
    No verdict was returned.
    And while lennon read a book of marx,
    The quartet practiced in the park,
    And we sang dirges in the dark
    The day the music died.

    We were singing,
    "bye-bye, miss american pie."
    Drove my chevy to the levee,
    But the levee was dry.
    Them good old boys were drinkin' whiskey and rye
    And singin', "this'll be the day that I die.
    "this'll be the day that I die."

    Helter skelter in a summer swelter.
    The birds flew off with a fallout shelter,
    Eight miles high and falling fast.
    It landed foul on the grass.
    The players tried for a forward pass,
    With the jester on the sidelines in a cast.

    Now the half-time air was sweet perfume
    While the sergeants played a marching tune.
    We all got up to dance,
    Oh, but we never got the chance!
    `cause the players tried to take the field;
    The marching band refused to yield.
    Do you recall what was revealed
    The day the music died?

    We started singing,
    "bye-bye, miss american pie."
    Drove my chevy to the levee,
    But the levee was dry.
    Them good old boys were drinkin' whiskey and rye
    And singin', "this'll be the day that I die.
    "this'll be the day that I die."

    Oh, and there we were all in one place,
    A generation lost in space
    With no time left to start again.
    So come on: jack be nimble, jack be quick!
    Jack flash sat on a candlestick
    Cause fire is the devil's only friend.

    Oh, and as I watched him on the stage
    My hands were clenched in fists of rage.
    No angel born in hell
    Could break that satan's spell.
    And as the flames climbed high into the night
    To light the sacrificial rite,
    I saw satan laughing with delight
    The day the music died

    He was singing,
    "bye-bye, miss american pie."
    Drove my chevy to the levee,
    But the levee was dry.
    Them good old boys were drinkin' whiskey and rye
    And singin', "this'll be the day that I die.
    "this'll be the day that I die."

    I met a girl who sang the blues
    And I asked her for some happy news,
    But she just smiled and turned away.
    I went down to the sacred store
    Where I'd heard the music years before,
    But the man there said the music wouldn't play.

    And in the streets: the children screamed,
    The lovers cried, and the poets dreamed.
    But not a word was spoken;
    The church bells all were broken.
    And the three men I admire most:
    The father, son, and the holy ghost,
    They caught the last train for the coast
    The day the music died.

    And they were singing,
    "bye-bye, miss american pie."
    Drove my chevy to the levee,
    But the levee was dry.
    And them good old boys were drinkin' whiskey and rye
    Singin', "this'll be the day that I die.
    "this'll be the day that I die."

    They were singing,
    "bye-bye, miss american pie."
    Drove my chevy to the levee,
    But the levee was dry.
    Them good old boys were drinkin' whiskey and rye
    Singin', "this'll be the day that I die."
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  • Nima Pourkarimi
    Nima Pourkarimi 18 hours ago +1

    I love this song but the lyrics make no sense

  • Nellvin Cervantes

    "And do you have faith in God above. If the bible tells you so. Ahh do you believe in rock n roll, can music save your mortal soul.
    And while Lennon read the Book of Marx. The quartet practiced in the park. And we sang dirges in the dark, the day, the mu....sic died.
    Oh.. and I watched him on the stage, my hands were clenched in fists of rage. No angel born in hell. Could break that Satan's spell? And as the flames climed high into the night. To light the sacrificial rite, I saw Satan laughing with delight, the day, the mu....sic died.

  • Rachel Alden
    Rachel Alden Day ago

    when I was 7 in state of New Hampshire we were on pur way to the fair and watched the worst crash I ever saw and this song was blaring out the tape deck I could not shut it of but I held a young teenagers hand and talked to her while she died in my tiny 7 year old arms I never felt so much hopelessness and I was a child of sever abuse I begged God to let her live and I would gladly o home in her place but she only spoke a few words to me she said thank you my beautiful angle I didn't know what to do but scream for help and our sorry ass police cause it was 4th of July were more worried about folding the flag maybe they knew they were all gone but my baby mind said help help she was so young so sweet so beautiful and all she worried about as she died for me to get out car

  • Abhishek Tarafdar
    Abhishek Tarafdar 2 days ago

    3:33 LENIN Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov not the bloody walrus lol

  • Raj Beats
    Raj Beats 3 days ago

    keep up the fire music!

  • Cheddar Cheese
    Cheddar Cheese 3 days ago

    RIP chair model
    Gone, but not forgotten.

  • Rene Dulnuan
    Rene Dulnuan 3 days ago

    could it be a pie is a percentage?

  • Ana Martin
    Ana Martin 4 days ago

    here from that 70's show :)

  • Bored Jedi
    Bored Jedi 5 days ago

    Rawrg

  • Carolina Inti
    Carolina Inti 5 days ago

    Everyone should read “They Both Die At the End” by Adam Silvera.

  • Hector Reyes
    Hector Reyes 5 days ago +1

    So bye, bye Mister Steven Hyde
    I'm a hottie and your naughty, Jackie's gonna be mine
    She likes my brunette locks, not your curly ass twine
    Oh, Jackie Burkhart you are so fine

  • H D
    H D 6 days ago

    My moms close friend would always sing this song at special events and still does. This song feels nostalgic even this song is much older than me

  • MyLife AsSophie
    MyLife AsSophie 6 days ago

    I like the weird al version better but I like this one too

  • Zain Chupacabra
    Zain Chupacabra 7 days ago +1

    Ritchie Valens' brother Bob Morales just died. Rest in peace to both.

  • Jon G.Mariam
    Jon G.Mariam 8 days ago

    Well, I know that you're in love with him
    `cause I saw you dancin' in the gym.
    You both kicked off your shoes.
    Man, I dig those rhythm and blues.

  • Universe axiom
    Universe axiom 8 days ago

    this song is just a masterpice that takes years to understand. some may never

  • Nevo Hyams
    Nevo Hyams 8 days ago +1

    I'm addicted to the part at 1:36

  • Lazy Taco
    Lazy Taco 8 days ago +1

    Its over guys. Memes are dead time to go home 💀

  • Bradley Cotton
    Bradley Cotton 8 days ago

    A long, long time ago
    In a galaxy far away,
    Naboo was under an attack.
    And I thought me and Qui Gon Jinn
    Could talk the Federation in
    To maybe cutting them a little slack.
    But their response, it didn’t thrill us.
    They locked the doors and tried to kill us.
    We escaped from that gas
    And met Jar Jar and Boss Nass.
    We took a Bongo from the scene
    And we went to Theed to see the queen.
    We all wound up on Tatooine.
    That’s where we found this boy.
    Oh, my, my. This here Anakin guy
    May be Vader someday later,
    But he’s just a small fry.
    He left his home and kissed his mommy goodbye,
    Sayin’, “Soon I’m gonna be a Jedi.
    Soon I’m gonna be a Jedi.”
    Did you know this junkyard slave
    Isn’t even old enough to shave?
    But he can use the Force, they say.
    Ah, did you see him hitting on the queen,
    Though he’s just nine and she’s fourteen?
    Yeah he’s probably gonna marry her someday.
    Well, I know he built C-3PO
    And I’ve heard how fast his pod can go.
    And we were broke, it’s true.
    So we made a wager or two.
    Ooh, he was a prepubescent flying ace.
    And the minute Jabba started off that race,
    Well, I knew who’d win first place. Oh, yeah!
    It was our boy. We started singin’,
    My, my. This here Anakin guy
    May be Vader someday later,
    But he’s just a small fry.
    He left his home and kissed his mommy goodbye,
    Sayin’, “Soon I’m gonna be a Jedi.
    Soon I’m gonna be a Jedi.”
    Now we finally got to Coruscant.
    The Jedi Council we knew would want
    To see how good the boy could be.
    So we took him there and we told the tale
    How his midichlorians were off the scale
    And he might fulfill that prophecy.
    Oh, the council was impressed, of course.
    Could he bring balance to the Force?
    They interviewed the kid.
    Oh, training they forbid.
    Because Yoda sensed in him much fear
    And Qui Gon said, “Now, listen here!
    Just stick it in your pointy ear! I still
    Will teach this boy.” He was singin’,
    My, my. This here Anakin guy
    May be Vader someday later,
    But he’s just a small fry.
    He left his home and kissed his mommy goodbye,
    Sayin’, “Soon I’m gonna be a Jedi.
    Soon I’m gonna be a Jedi.”
    We caught a ride back to Naboo
    ‘Cause Queen Amadala wanted to.
    I frankly would’ve liked to stay.
    We all fought in that epic war
    And it wasn’t long at all before
    Little Hotshot flew his plane and saved the day.
    And in the end, some Gungans died.
    Some ships blew up and some pilots fried.
    A lot of folks were croakin’.
    The battle droids were broken.
    And the Jedi I admire most
    Met up with Darth Maul. Now he’s toast.
    But I’m still here and he’s a ghost.
    I guess I’ll train this boy.
    And I was singin’,
    My, my. This here Anakin guy
    May be Vader someday later,
    But he’s just a small fry.
    He left his home and kissed his mommy goodbye,
    Sayin’, “Soon I’m gonna be a Jedi.
    Soon I’m gonna a Jedi.”
    We were singin’,
    My, my. This here Anakin guy
    May be Vader someday later,
    But he’s just a small fry.
    He left his home and kissed his mommy goodbye,
    Sayin’, “Soon I’m gonna be a Jedi.”

  • blake duffy
    blake duffy 8 days ago

    My, My miss chair model lady

  • Amishi Arora
    Amishi Arora 10 days ago

    I came here and found this song in a rather different way.
    I just finished watching 'Swan Song', the Season 5 finale of Supernatural and then I found an edit on Tumblr which had the chorus of this song with screencaps from that episode and that just hit me hard in the heart and I just *had* to listen to it. Truth me told, I'm in love with this song.

  • Learsi Ranario
    Learsi Ranario 10 days ago +2

    2018 anyone
    Edit:this is the first time I got a like!!

  • Knecinedit
    Knecinedit 10 days ago

    I watched 9/11 footage to this song. The plane hit just as the main chorus started.

  • Leigha Mckinven
    Leigha Mckinven 11 days ago

    Love it

  • jim ford
    jim ford 11 days ago

    Arguing about whether Maclean is better than Dylan is pointless and reflects a degree of ignorance. Is color blue better than the color red on the visible spectrum? Wouldn't the world be less colorful without either of those?
    When I was in high school I was "exposed" to great poetry such as...
    "The Charge of the Light Brigade"
    (Theirs not to make reply,
    Theirs not to reason why,
    Theirs but to do and die.
    Into the valley of Death
    Rode the six hundred.) to me this calls for questioning authority and condemns ineptitude in appointed and elected leaders.
    "Old Ironsides"
    (The harpies of the shore shall pluck
    The eagle of the sea!) to me this is a call for political protests against established authority.
    "The Highwayman" (The moon was a ghostly galleon tossed upon cloudy seas) to me this is love and the sacrifices that come with it.
    Stopping by Woods on a snowing evening
    (The woods are lovely, dark and deep,
    But I have promises to keep,
    And miles to go before I sleep,
    And miles to go before I sleep) to me, this is about contemplating suicide or taking a leak and contemplating suicide.
    No one doubts the significance of these poems. Maclean, Dylan, Carole King, Tracey Chapman are but a few of recent POETs that have something profound to say that makes us think about the human condition. Maclean is "killing me softly with his song" every time I listen to his descriptions of how messed up our society has become.
    Songwriting is the poetry of today... it allows poets to make a living and not have to do it as a sideline, "We got to move these refrigerators we gotta move these color TV's"

  • anonymous22599
    anonymous22599 11 days ago +1

    CTY

  • Jimmy Martin
    Jimmy Martin 11 days ago

    Maple

  • Jimmy Martin
    Jimmy Martin 11 days ago

    I love you most

  • Nicholas Marshall
    Nicholas Marshall 11 days ago

    Did Michael Kelso bring anybody else here

  • Audrey Neal
    Audrey Neal 13 days ago

    the day the music died was when Buddy Holley The Bopper and Richie Valens all tried to beat a snow storm to play an engagement. you can check Wikipedia for all the details. I do remember the day it happened.

  • Versailles Dan Orsey
    Versailles Dan Orsey 13 days ago

    9gag?

  • WHAT EVER!
    WHAT EVER! 13 days ago

    Wicked

  • Object Overtime Official

    What a gem!

  • Vintiant
    Vintiant 15 days ago

    It goes on for so long

    • William Johnson
      William Johnson 12 days ago

      for a second I thought that this would be the day that I die

  • Anya Parker
    Anya Parker 16 days ago +1

    Why am I crying? 0_0

  • Riyeka Vardar
    Riyeka Vardar 16 days ago

    Deuteronomy 29:10-15 also with him that is not here with us today

  • Xander bonbon beans
    Xander bonbon beans 16 days ago +2

    CTY WE LOVE YOU

  • SkyWolf Airsoft
    SkyWolf Airsoft 16 days ago

    This is a very nice video, apposed to the typical large amounts of misspellings.

  • HipsterAmI Right
    HipsterAmI Right 16 days ago +1

    History teacher brought it up today. apparently was written about three famous singers who died today in a plane crash. nobody but me knew about this song

  • Ramy Agran
    Ramy Agran 17 days ago

    So bye-bye Mr Steven Hyde

  • Gilbert Manzo
    Gilbert Manzo 17 days ago

    Good job 😊

  • James Harbaugh
    James Harbaugh 17 days ago

    The music is still alive even if few can hear it. Such a prophet filled with the spirit... It's so beautiful.

  • 123
    123 17 days ago

    Fun fact: Apple pie isn't American

  • Movie Nerd
    Movie Nerd 17 days ago

    Yesterday was Buddy Holly's birthday.

  • robert fitzgerald
    robert fitzgerald 17 days ago

    McLean actually delivered newspapers.
    Always glad when somebody that worked made it in music.

  • Michael Webb
    Michael Webb 17 days ago

    Bye bye Dumb Patricia bye byeDumb banana dumb banana dumb banana bye bye.

  • eli Clarke
    eli Clarke 18 days ago

    i hate your song it sucks

    • Movie Nerd
      Movie Nerd 17 days ago

      Your life sucks around this song and you just think it's the song.

  • emma duncan
    emma duncan 18 days ago

    "rock &roll has been going downhill, ever since Buddy Holly died" : Paul LeMat: American Grafitti

  • moon glow
    moon glow 18 days ago

    I remember hitchhiking from Fla to SC in 72, got a ride, and this was on the radio. What a wonderful time in life! Saw him in Carnegie Hall, 1982 NYC concert for Greenpeace....

  • Cesar Bibian
    Cesar Bibian 19 days ago

    You have to be a hater to hate on this

  • Amber Smith
    Amber Smith 19 days ago

    ''My my this here Anakin guy ''

  • Vir Quisque Vir
    Vir Quisque Vir 19 days ago +1

    ukyorkie1 - The lyrics are actually “drove my Chevy to the levee but the levee was dry”. A levee is an earthen dyke along a river you’d expect to be moist. If the levee was dry, that would mean that the river has run dry... which flows fairly well with the rest of the lyrics.
    The whole song conjures a forlorn atmosphere, a sadness that the innocence and certainties, the optimism and happy-go-lucky golden age of America of the 1950's - grounded securely on The Bible, family values, honest hard work, etc., - is lost and gone forever, flowed away, dried up, to be replaced by the turbulent, protesting, cynical, drug-fueled, fiery Vietnam War, 1960's. The Cold War, nuclear bombs, fallout shelters, atheism, Wall Street greed and Central Bank hegemony... You could see it as God replaced by mammon... Satan laughing as The Father and The Son and The Holy Ghost "caught the last train for the coast".
    It's a story that starts February 3, 1959 and ends ten years later on December 6, 1969.
    On February 3, 1959, a small airplane crashed on a lonely, snowy corn field in Iowa killing Buddy Holly along with The Big Bopper and Richie Valens, three of the most popular and influential young musicians of the time, writing and playing more simple and happy tunes, to which fresh-faced teenagers danced to at bobby sock hops. Buddy Holly's young wife was pregnant with his child when the plane went up in flames.
    On 6 December 1969, the Rolling Stones were playing at a free music festival at Altamont Speedway in California with a crowd of 300,000. Someone thought it a good idea to hire Hell's Angels motorcycle gang members to provide security and pay them $500 worth of beer ahead of the concert. The drug-fueled crowd got rowdy, the drunk on beer Hell's Angels got rowdy, there was pushing and pulling, punches were thrown, a crowd member near the stage pulled out a gun, a Hell's Angel stabbed him to death while other Hell's Angels stomped on him while he laid on the ground, all the while the Stones played Jumpin' Jack Flash and Sympathy for the Devil. What was supposed to be "Woodstock West", a celebration of youth, peace and love had turned into a bloody, murderous mess. Flowers in hair wilted as hot tempers rose. What was even more painful is that the 18-year old stabbed to death was black and all the Hell's Angels were white, when racial harmony was the order of the day. Two other deaths followed a hit and run car incident and another by LSD-induced drowning. Many were injured, cars were stolen and abandoned and extensive property was vandalized. As the Germans say, "Der Traum ist ausgeträumt", which translates roughly as "The dream is dreamed out, is exhausted, is over, has come to and end, has run dry."
    The river has ran dry, the levee is dry, "this will be the day that I die", the hopeful Spirit of America of the '50's died, the music died.
    Heavenly and heroic idealism died and a meaner economy-driven and war-driven spirit took over. Aphrodite replaced by Ares, Venus by Mars, The Virgin Mary by Moloch, the angels by demons, radiant translucence by gimme shelter, generosity by usury, water by fire.
    Of course, it's poetry, open to multiple overlapping interpretations... a revolving kaleidoscope of images and sounds and memories and emotions and reflections... that just keep rocking and rolling along in a peculiarly American way in spite of bumpy incongruities... like a pick up truck on an uneven, snowy Iowa country road... a beautiful song... sad, but beautiful... that is my interpretation, for what it's worth...
    God save America. God save the world. Before we all go up in flames.

  • Andreas Hoppe
    Andreas Hoppe 19 days ago

    What do you think of Madonna's cover version? Just being curious about your opinion

  • Rachael Brown
    Rachael Brown 19 days ago

    we sing this every new years!

  • Idiots Guide To:
    Idiots Guide To: 19 days ago

    I cried every time at the end So Sad

  • The Malay-American Guy

    what american classic

  • Eric Beaulieu
    Eric Beaulieu 20 days ago

    A great,classic piece of Americana-pie,Love it.

  • Kaka Mora
    Kaka Mora 21 day ago

    The Marching Band refused to yield...

  • Positive Vibes
    Positive Vibes 21 day ago

    This song will always resonate no matter what. It was a song that explained an entire generation and their struggles and heartaches mixed with all the things they loved and valued. It's truly an anthem. Thanks Mom for showing me this song. I'm only 15 pretty recently but I wish I could've been alive in that incredible generation. It truly changed everything.

  • Josh campbell
    Josh campbell 21 day ago

    im only 15 and this song is so much better than all the music right now this is my top 10 song, im never gonna stop listening to this song

  • W. Lew
    W. Lew 21 day ago

    A tribute to Senator John McCain a true American who put our Country first above politics!

  • Jeff Minder
    Jeff Minder 21 day ago

    The 16k thumbs down are little wimpy turds

  • Warren Shoop
    Warren Shoop 21 day ago

    If you look on the lyrics this guy put on he wrote.......while Lennon read a book of Marx...,..the correct lyric is ....while Lennon read a book ON Marx...this isn't the only mistake

  • Ambrose Delgado
    Ambrose Delgado 21 day ago

    That poor sob who got blown up

  • Michael Stack
    Michael Stack 22 days ago

    something touched me deep inside the day I got my colonoscopy

  • Psychotic Panda
    Psychotic Panda 22 days ago

    One of the most amazing and yet very unappreciated songs ever recorded for its time period. ✊❤

  • ZinK Hybrid
    ZinK Hybrid 22 days ago

    My girlfriend made me come here

  • The Graceful one
    The Graceful one 23 days ago

    Love this song... sadly for the great people who died he dedicated this song to...

  • Alana Dunn belladonna1771

    Heard this song for the first time while I was in the car with my grandmother... I've loved it since

  • One Crunchy Boi
    One Crunchy Boi 23 days ago

    My middle school social studies teacher sung this to us

  • WeAreThey
    WeAreThey 24 days ago

    Probably the most prolific lyrics ever penned.

  • Nirvana Dude
    Nirvana Dude 24 days ago

    Music died and lived again because of this magnificent work

  • Anna Jázmin Rékó
    Anna Jázmin Rékó 24 days ago

    “Fire is the devil’s only friend” .... I wonder if this has anything to do with the way Mateo died 😭
    RIP Rufus&Mateo 💔

  • Donovan Carvalho
    Donovan Carvalho 24 days ago

    He's a legend

  • INHUMANENATION
    INHUMANENATION 24 days ago

    The 3 men i admire most...

  • INHUMANENATION
    INHUMANENATION 24 days ago

    Satan shoots, Jesus saves.

  • brent pruss
    brent pruss 24 days ago +2

    I'm listening to this because the music has died 😕

  • Owen Hennesy
    Owen Hennesy 24 days ago

    RIP😖

  • Owen Hennesy
    Owen Hennesy 24 days ago

    Best song ever

  • Jess Love potatoe
    Jess Love potatoe 24 days ago

    2019?

  • Craig Ezell
    Craig Ezell 25 days ago

    Written in memory of Buddy Holly.

  • Don Arturo
    Don Arturo 26 days ago

    So bye bye mr Steven Hyde.....

  • Tito Jackson
    Tito Jackson 27 days ago

    This is definitely a shitty, repetitive, cliche song. God damn its so terrible, like mumford and sons for hippys.

  • Raymond Haverson
    Raymond Haverson 27 days ago

    A Vision of Armergeddon

  • Candover1
    Candover1 27 days ago

    Many years ago, I saw an interview with Don. When asked, " What do the lyrics mean? " He replied "
    They mean I never have to work again "

  • Caleb Kopp
    Caleb Kopp 27 days ago

    Few things can give me such mixxed feelings as this song.

  • DforDom
    DforDom 27 days ago

    *lenin

  • Theo Franko
    Theo Franko 28 days ago

    Great song.. The three men he admires most is disappointed though - religious or not !

  • Ahmed Chuqer
    Ahmed Chuqer 28 days ago

    Guys this is about the world war in the news paper it said there was a war the king had he’s head down cuz they lost the war

  • Hannah Klunk
    Hannah Klunk 28 days ago

    I came here from a meme

  • Gruf
    Gruf 28 days ago

    The dislikes must be Ford drivers

  • VX888 Gaming
    VX888 Gaming 29 days ago

    Wait... if lennon was reading a book of marx, does that mean hes a kirby fan?!

  • Colin Faragher
    Colin Faragher 29 days ago

    This song is about the age of President Lyndon Johnson.

  • Thomas Smith
    Thomas Smith 29 days ago

    In Rye not and rye.

  • Harold Loveless
    Harold Loveless Month ago

    What does the levee mean is it a gas station no g

  • Alex Nauth
    Alex Nauth Month ago

    RIP chair model lady

  • VeryVeryVeryHigh
    VeryVeryVeryHigh Month ago

    It is bitter-sweet knowing I'll never write a song this good.

  • MADMAN
    MADMAN Month ago

    Bye bye miss American pie

  • Roger Still
    Roger Still Month ago

    Sounds the draft ta me.

  • Official channel of the Empire

    I only know this because of weird Al, who made a parody of this about Star Wars.