To Orwell Today,
re: BYE, BYE AMERICAN PIE
Don Maclean wrote American Pie about the Plane Crash that killed Buddy Holly, Richie Valance and others, and the evil events that followed in the decade after, Helter Skelter. The Band refusing to yield the field refers to the Stanford Cal game. The part where the Father Son and the Holy Ghost caught the last train for the coast is referring to how he felt that God abandoned America. This will be the day the Music dies is referring to Buddy Holly's song That Will be the Day that I Die.
PS - I have now read the opinion of the Other People that emailed you and I just have to say, How do you not see that it is about the plane crash! I am 15 years old, so none of this Before my Time crap you were saying to other readers. You can easily tell that it is about the the tragic day the plane crashed and the other evil events that happened after because of the tragic sacrifice of their lives. Its hard to explain, its on the tip of my tongue, I am trying to find the right words to put it into "Laymans Terms." Just kidding.
Thanks for sending your interpretations to the song, ones of which I have never heard mentioned before. My point (which you call "crap") was about Buddy Holly being before my time, not the song. I was in my 20s when it came out and right away the Plane Crash story was what everyone said it was about. I didn't have an opinion one way or the other. To me, the words meant nothing.
Then later - when I posted the original BYE, BYE, AMERICAN PIE article I explained how I decided to read the words and see if they were about what I had come to suspect they were about, ie the demise of America. That's when I discovered the evil connotations.
I'm not saying that BYE, BYE AMERICAN PIE isn't symbolic of Buddy Holly, or the Big Bopper and whoever else died in the plane crash. What I am saying is that it is ALSO about the takeover of America by Satanic Communists. I've pointed out the words to the song that SAY that. I didn't write the song, I'm just reporting what the song says.
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