To Orwell Today, re Reality
please, get a life or something. I spoke with Don backstage years ago when I was performing with him. This was all about the death of Buddy Holly. If you can't figure out the rest of the song after these opening lyrics please consult a music historian. Don is laughing all the way to the bank. Don't bother with a retraction but do remember, when all else fails, k.i.s.s.
"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..."
To Drew Gorman,
Of course Don is laughing all the way to the bank. He even says so on his website. And maybe he doesn't know the meaning of the words to the song he sings and he himself thinks it's about the death of Buddy Holly. Who knows? Who cares?
What I'm talking about is what his song says, not what people SAY his song says.
Get it? There's a difference.
~ Jackie Jura
PS. Read the words at BYE, BYE AMERICAN PIE
Reader believes what he was taught in school about "American Pie" but says it COULD be about communist holocaust
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