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American Pie (Madonna)

G D Em7 Ami C A long long time ago I can still remember Emi D G D Em7 how that music used to make me smile And I knew if I had my chance Ami C Emi C that I could make those people dance and maybe they'd be happy for a D Emi while. Am Emi Ami But February made me shiver With every paper I'd deliver C G-B Ami C D Bad news on the doorstep I couldn't take one more step G D Emi Am7 D I can't remember if I cried When I read about his widowed bride G D C D7 G C-G G But something touched me deep inside The day the Music Died So {soc} G C G D G C G D bye bye Miss American Pie Drove my chevy to the levy But the levy was dry G C G D And them good old boys were drinking whiskey and rye Emi A7 Emi D7 Singin' this'll be the day that I die this'll be the day that I die. {eoc} G Ami C Ami Did you write the book of love And do you have faith in God above? Emi D G D Emi If the Bible tells you so. Do you believe in Rock 'n Roll? Am7 C Emi A7 D Can music save your mortal soul? And can you teach me how to dance real slow? Emi D Emi D Well, I know that you're in love with him 'cause I saw you dancin' in the gym C G-B A7 C D7 You both kicked off your shoes Man, I dig those rythmny blues G D Emi Ami C I was a lonely teenage broncin' buck With a pink carnation and a pickup truck. G D Emi C D7 G C But I knew I was out of luck The day the music died I started singin' {c: chorus} G Ami C Ami Now for ten years we've been on our own And moss grows fat on a rollin' stone Emi D G D Emi But that's not how it used to be When the jester sang for the King and Queen Am7 C Em A7 D In a coat he borrowed from James Dean And a voice that came from you and me Emi D Emi D Oh, and while the King was looking down The jester stole his thorny crown C G-B A7 C D7 The courtroom was adjourned No verdict was returned G D Emi Ami C And while Lennon read a book of Marx The court kept practice in the park G D Emi C D7 G C And we sang dirges in the dark The day the Music Died. We were singing {c:chorus} G Ami Ami C Ami Helter-Skelter in a summer swelter The Byrds flew off with a fallout shelter Emi D G D Emi Eight Miles High and falling fast It landed foul out on the grass Am7 C Emi A7 D The players tried for a forward pass But the jester's on the sidelines in a cast Emi D Emi Now the half-time air was sweet perfume While the sargeants played a D marching tune C G-B A7 C D7 We all got up to dance But we never got the chance G D Emi Ami C 'cause the players tried to take the field The marching band refused to yield G D Emi C D7 G C G Do you recall what was reveiled the day the Music Died? We stared singing {c:chorus} G Ami C Ami Oh, and there we were all in one place A generation Lost in Space Emi D G With no time left to start again So come on, Jack be nimble Emi Am7 C Emi A7 Jack be quick Jack Flash sat on a candlestick 'cause fire is the Devil's D only friend Emi D Emi D Oh, and as I watched him on the stage My hands were clenched in fists of rage C G A7 C D7 No angel born in hell Could break that Satan's spell G D Emi Ami C And as the flames climbed high into the night To light the sacrifical rite G D Emi C D7 G C G I saw Satan laughing with delight The day the Music Died He was singing {c:chorus} G Ami C Ami I met a girl who sang the blues And I asked her for some happy news Emi D G D But she just smiled and turned away I went down to the sacred store Emi Am7 Emi A7 Where I'd heard the music years before But the man there said the music D woudn't play Emi D Emi And in the streets the children screamed The lovers cried, and the poets D Dreamed C G A7 C D7 But not a word was spoken The Church bells all were broken G D Emi Ami C And three men I admire most The Father, Son and the Holy Ghost G D Emi C D7 G C G They caught the last train for the coast The Day the Music Died. And they were singing {c:chorus} They were singing