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American Pie: Chords

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SOL RE/FA# MIm A long, long time ago LAm DO MIm I can still remember how that music RE RE4 RE REadd9 RE used to make me smile SOL RE/FA# MIm And I knew if I had my chance LAm DO That I could make those people dance MIm DO RE RE4 RE REadd9 RE and maybe they'd be happy for a while MIm LAm MIm But February made me shiver, LAm with every paper I'd deliver DO SOL/SI LAm Bad news on the doorstep, DO RE I couldn't take one more step SOL RE/FA# MIm DO I can't remember if I cried when I read RE about his widowed bride SOL RE/FA# MIm Something touched me deep inside DO RE SOL The day the music died SOL DO SOL RE So bye, bye Miss American Pie SOL DO SOL RE Drove my Chevy to the levee but the levee was dry SOL DO SOL RE And them good old boys were drinkin' whiskey and rye MIm LA7 Singin' this will be the day that I die, MIm RE7 RE7/4 RE7 DO/RE RE7 this will be the day that I die SOL LAm Did you write the book of love DO LAm And do you have faith in God above, MIm RE if the bible tells you so? SOL RE/FA# Mim Do you believe in rock and roll LAm7 DO MIm Can music save your mortal soul and can you teach me LA7 RE how to dance real slow? MIm RE Well I know that you're in love with him MIm RE 'cuz I saw you dancin' in the gym DO SOL/SI LAm You both kicked off your shoes, DO RE7 man I dig those rhythm and blues SOL RE/FA# MIm I was a lonely teenage bronckin' buck LAm DO with a pink carnation and a pickup truck SOL RE/FA# MIm DO RE7 SOL DO But I knew I was out of luck the day the music died, SOL RE I started singin' SOL DO SOL RE So bye, bye Miss American Pie SOL DO SOL RE Drove my Chevy to the levee but the levee was dry SOL DO SOL RE And them good old boys were drinkin' whiskey and rye MIm LA7 Singin' this will be the day that I die, MIm RE7 this will be the day that I die SOL LAm Now for ten years we've been on our own DO LAm and moss grows fat on a rolling stone MIm RE RE4 RE REadd9 RE but that's not how it used to be SOL RE/FA# MIm When the jester sang for the king and queen LAm7 DO in a coat he borrowed from James Dean MIm LA7 RE in a voice that came from you and me MIm RE Oh, and while the king was looking down, MIm RE the jester stole his thorny crown DO SOL/SI LA7 DO RE7 The courtroom was adjourned, no verdict was returned SOL RE/FA# MIm And while Lennin read a book on Marx, LAm DO the quartet practiced in the park SOL RE/FA# MIm DO RE7 SOL And we sang dirges in the dark the day the music died, DO SOL RE we were singin' SOL DO SOL RE So bye, bye Miss American Pie SOL DO SOL RE Drove my Chevy to the levee but the levee was dry SOL DO SOL RE And them good old boys were drinkin' whiskey and rye MIm LA7 Singin' this will be the day that I die, MIm RE7 this will be the day that I die SOL LAm Helter skelter in a summer swelter DO LAm MIm the birds flew off with a fallout shelter, RE eight miles high and fallin' fast SOL RE/FA# MIm It landed foul on the grass LAm7 DO the players tried for a forward pass, MIm LA7 RE with the jester on the sidelines in a cast MIm RE Now the half-time air was sweet perfume, MIm RE while sergeants played a marching tune DO SOL/SI LA7 DO RE7 We all got up to dance, but we never got the chance SOL RE/FA# MIm 'Cuz the players tried to take the field, LAm DOm DO the marching band refused to yield SOL RE/FA# MIm DO RE7 SOL Do you recall what was revealed the day the music died, DO SOL RE we started singin' SOL DO SOL RE Bye, bye Miss American Pie SOL DO SOL RE Drove my Chevy to the levee but the levee was dry SOL DO SOL RE And them good old boys were drinkin' whiskey and rye MIm LA7 Singin' this will be the day that I die, MIm RE7 this will be the day that I die SOL LAm And there we were all in one place DO LAm a generation lost in space, MIm RE RE4 RE REadd9 RE with no time left to start again SOL RE/FA# MIm So come on Jack be nimble, Jack be quick, LAm7 DO Jack Flash sat on a candlestick MIm LA7 RE 'cause fire is the devil's only friend MIm RE And as I watched him on the stage, MIm RE my hands were clenched in fists of rage DO SOL/SI LA7 DO RE7 No angel born in Hell could break that Satan's spell SOL RE/FA# MIm And as the flames climbed high into the night LAm DO to light the sacrificial rite SOL RE/FA# MIm I saw Satan laughing with delight DO RE7 SOL DO SOL RE the day the music died, he was singin' SOL DO SOL RE Bye, bye Miss American Pie SOL DO SOL RE Drove my Chevy to the levee but the levee was dry SOL DO SOL RE And them good old boys were drinkin' whiskey and rye MIm LA7 Singin' this will be the day that I die, MIm RE7 this will be the day that I die SOL RE/FA# MIm I met a girl who sang the blues LAm DO And I asked her for some happy news, MIm RE but she just smiled and turned away SOL RE/FA# MIm I went down to the sacred store LAm DO Where I'd heard the music years before, MIm DO RE but the man there said the music wouldn't play MIm LAm And in the streets the children screamed, MIm LAm the lovers cried and the poets dreamed DO SOL/SI LAm But not a word was spoken, DO RE the church bells all were broken SOL RE/FA# MIm DO And the three men I admire most, the Father, Son, RE and the Holy Ghost SOL RE/FA# MIm They caught the last train for the coast DO RE SOL the day the music died, And they were singin' SOL DO SOL RE So bye, bye Miss American Pie SOL DO SOL RE Drove my Chevy to the levee but the levee was dry SOL DO SOL RE And them good old boys were drinkin' whiskey and rye MIm LA7 Singin' this will be the day that I die, MIm RE7 RE7/4 RE7 DO/RE RE7 this will be the day that I die SOL DO SOL RE They were singin' bye, bye Miss American Pie SOL SOL SOL RE Drove my Chevy to the levee but the levee was dry SOL DO SOL RE And them good old boys were drinkin' whiskey and rye DO RE7 SOL DO SOL Singin' this will be the day that I die
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Autore: MC LEAN DON
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American Pie: Video

American Pie è un brano celebre scritto e interpretato da Don McLean, contenuto nell'album omonimo pubblicato nel 1971. Secondo lavoro in studio per il cantautore statunitense, viene realizzato dopo le sue lotte impegnate a favore del fiume Hudson che veniva da lui stesso navigato per protestare contro l'inquinamento indiscriminato. La canzone è considerata una delle pietre miliari della musica leggera internazionale, un pezzo folk che ripercorre i suoi sogni ma anche i suoi dolori, come la morte di Buddy Holly.

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Alberto Moneti
36 anni, polistrumentista: pianoforte, chitarra, batteria, clarinetto. Ha conseguito la licenza in teoria musicale e solfeggio presso il Conservatorio Cherubini di Firenze. Dal 1997 è organista presso la Basilica di Santa Maria del Sasso, a Bibbiena (AR).