The Famous Song of the 70'S
This is a summary of Roy Taylor's thirteen cassette tape
"Bye Bye, Miss American Pie.
Drove my Chevy to the levee.
But the levee was dry.
Them good-ole-boys were drinking
Whiskey and rye, singing
This'll be the day that I die,
this'll be the day that I die."
Look at the record label above, it reads.
AMERICAN PIE (Part 1)
Mayday Music, Inc.
Yahweh Tunes, Inc. BMI
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From the dictionary;
Yahweh, God: A modern form of the Hebrew name in the Old Testament
commonly translated Jehovah.
Mayday, an international call for help
So here on the record label is a claim that American Pie is God's song
(Yahweh) and it is about a time of trouble. (Mayday)
American Pie was a very popular song in the early seventies. There are
several interpretations of this song and you can find these other opinions
on the internet. Roy Taylor talked to Mr. McLean to ask him confirm or deny
Taylor's conclusions. But McLean would not comment one way or another.
Taylor believes that American Pie is based on the Bible and it's about
There are two songs in the Bible. These are The Song of Moses and
The Song of The Lamb. And now American Pie which according to the
record label is The Song of Yahweh.
And they sing the song of Moses the servant
of God, and the song of the Lamb, saying, Great and marvelous
are thy works, Lord God Almighty; just and true are thy ways, thou
King of saints.
report is a condensation of Taylor's nineteen hours of lecture as recorded
on thirteen cassette tapes.
The next page will begin a study
The Song of Yahweh - American Pie. - Click here.
After 30 years have passed American Pie is
still available at record stores.
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