{title:American Pie} {artist:Don McLean} {author:loreway} A [G]long, [D]long [Em7]time ago [Am]I can still re[C]member how that [Em]music used to make me [D]smile And [G]I knew [D]if I [Em7]had my chance That [Am]I could make those [C]people dance And [Em]maybe they'd be [C]happy for a [D]while But [Em]February [Am]made me shiver [Em]With every paper I'd [Am]deliver [C]Bad news [G]on the [Am]doorstep I [C]couldn't take one more [D]step I [G]can't remem[D]ber if I [Em]cried When I [Am7]read about his [D]widowed bride But [G]something [D]touched me [Em]deep inside The [C]day the [D7]music [G]died [Chorus:] So [G]bye, [C]bye, Miss [G]American [D]Pie Drove my [G]Chevy to the [C]levee but the [G]levee was [D]dry And them [G]good ole [C]boys were drinking [G]whiskey 'n [D]rye Singin' [Em]this'll be the day that I [A7]die [Em]This'll be the day that I [D7]die [Verse 1] [G]Did you write the [Am]book of love And do [C]you have faith in [Am]God above [Em]If the Bible [D]tells you so? Now [G]do you [D/F#]believe in [Em]rock and roll? Can [Am7]music save your [C]mortal soul? And can [Em]you teach me how to dance [A7]real [D]slow? Well, I [Em]know that you're in [D]love with him 'Cause I [Em]saw you dancin' [D]in the gym You [C]both kicked off your [A7]shoes Man, I [C]dig those rhythm and [D7]blues I was a [G]lonely [D/F#]teenage bron[Em]cin' buck With a [Am]pink carnation and a [C]pickup truck But [G]I knew [D/F#]I was out of [Em]luck The [C]day the [D7]music [G]died [C] [Chorus:] [G]I started singing [G]bye, [C]bye, Miss [G]American [D]Pie Drove my [G]Chevy to the [C]levee but the [G]levee was[D]dry Them [G]good ole [C]boys were drinking [G]whiskey 'n [D]rye Singin' [Em]this'll be the day that I [A7]die [Em]This'll be the day that I [D7]die [Verse 2] Now for [G]ten years we've been [Am]on our own And [C]moss grows fat on a [Am]rollin' stone [Em]But that's not how it [D]used to be When the [G]jester [D/F#]sang for the [Em]king and queen In a [Am7]coat he borrowed [C]from James Dean And a [Em]voice that came [A7]from you and [D7]me Oh, and [Em]while the king was [D]looking down The [Em]jester stole his [D]thorny crown The [C]courtroom [G]was ad[A7]journed No [C]verdict was re[D7]turned And while [G]Lenin [D/F#]read a [Em]book on Marx The [Am]quartet practiced [C]in the park And [G]we sang [D/F#]dirges [Em]in the dark The [C]day the [D7]music [G]died [Chorus:] [C]We [G]were singing [G]bye, [C]bye, Miss [G]American [D]Pie Drove my [G]Chevy to the [C]levee but the [G]levee was [D]dry And them [G]good ole [C]boys were drinking [G]whiskey 'n [D]rye Singin' [Em]this'll be the day that I [A7]die [Em]This'll be the day that I [D7]die [Verse 3] [G]Helter skelter in a [Am]summer swelter [C]The birds flew off with [Am]a fallout shelter [Em]Eight miles high and [D]falling fast It [G]landed [D/F#]foul on [Em]the grass The [Am7]players tried for a [C]forward pass [Em]With the jester on the [A7]sidelines in a [D]cast Now the [Em]halftime air was [D]sweet perfume While the [Em]sergeants played a [D]marching tune [C]We all got [G]up to [A7]dance Oh, but [C]we never got the [D7]chance 'Cause the [G]players [D/F#]tried to [Em]take the field The [Am]marching band re[C]fused to yield Do [G]you [D/F#]recall what [Em]was revealed The [C]day the [D7]music [G]died? [C] [Chorus:] [G]We started singing [G]bye, [C]bye, Miss [G]American [D]Pie Drove my [G]Chevy to the [C]levee but the [G]levee was [D]dry And them [G]good ole [C]boys were drinking [G]whiskey 'n [D]rye Singin' [Em]this'll be the day that I [A7]die [Em]This'll be the day that I [D7]die [Verse 4] Oh, and [G]there we were all [Am]in one place A ge[C]neration [Am]lost in space [Em]With no time left to [D]start again So come on, [G]Jack be [D/F#]nimble, [Em]Jack be quick [Am7]Jack Flash sat on a [C]candlestick [Em]'Cause fire is the devil[A7]'s only friend[D] Oh, and [Em]as I watched him [D]on the stage My [Em]hands were clenched in [D]fists of rage No [C]angel [G]born in [A7]Hell Could [C]break that Satan's [D7]spell And as the [G]flames climbed [D/F#]high into [Em]the night To [Am]light the sacri[C]ficial rite I saw [G]Satan [D/F#]laughing with [Em]delight The [C]day the [D7]music [G]died [C] [Chorus:] [G]He was singing [G]bye, [C]bye, Miss [G]American [D]Pie Drove my [G]Chevy to the [C]levee but the [G]levee was [D]dry And them [G]good ole [C]boys were drinking [G]whiskey 'n [D]rye Singin' [Em]this'll be the day that I [A7]die [Em]This'll be the day that I [D7]die [Outro] I [G]met a [D/F#]girl who [Em]sang the blues And I [Am]asked her for some [C]happy news But [Em]she just smiled and [D]turned away I [G]went down [D/F#]to the [Em]sacred store Where [Am]I'd heard the [C]music years before But the [Em]man there said [C]the music wouldn't [D]play And [Em]in the streets, the [Am]children screamed The [Em]lovers cried and the [Am]poets dreamed But [C]not a [G]word was [Am]spoken The [C]church bells all were [D]broken And the [G]three [D/F#]men I ad[Em]mire most The [Am7]Father, [C]Son and the [D7]Holy Ghost [G]They caught the [D/F#]last train [Em]for the coast The [Am7]day the [D7]music [G]died [Chorus:] So [G]bye, [C]bye, Miss [G]American [D]Pie Drove my [G]Chevy to the [C]levee but the [G]levee was [D]dry And them [G]good ole [C]boys were drinking [G]whiskey 'n [D]rye Singin' [Em]this'll be the day that I [A7]die [Em]This'll be the day that I [D7]die [Chorus:] So [G]bye, [C]bye, Miss [G]American [D]Pie Drove my [G]Chevy to the [C]levee but the [G]levee was [D]dry And them [G]good ole [C]boys were drinking [G]whiskey 'n [D]rye Singin' [Em]this'll be the day that I [A7]die [Em]This'll be the day that I [D7]die
loreway
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