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Don McLean

After releasing the massive anthem "American Pie", Don McLean certainly had the chance to lay low for a while and bask in his success. Did he choose this route? Hell no. In little more than a year he had released three full-length albums, including the 1971 masterpiece, 'American Pie'. Aside from writing one of the biggest songs of all time, Mr. McLean would also write such hits as "Killing Me Softly", and "Vincent".

There has been much speculation over the years as to exactly what "American Pie" is about, and aside from the legendary Buddy Holly plane crash, or "The day the music ...read more

After releasing the massive anthem "American Pie", Don McLean certainly had the chance to lay low for a while and bask in his success. Did he choose this route? Hell no. In little more than a year he had released three full-length albums, including the 1971 masterpiece, 'American Pie'. Aside from writing one of the biggest songs of all time, Mr. McLean would also write such hits as "Killing Me Softly", and "Vincent".

There has been much speculation over the years as to exactly what "American Pie" is about, and aside from the legendary Buddy Holly plane crash, or "The day the music died", it's anybodys' guess. Mr. McLean has always been steadfast to never give away a thing, therfore speculation continues. Indeed, on Wikipedia.org the page containing theories on it's many veiled references and possible meanings rivals in length that of Adolf Hitler.

Over the years, McLean has undoubtedly been asked the meaning to his biggest hit, and usually comes the response, "It means I never have to work again." « hide


American Pie
1971

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48 Votes

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