Maggie May – Song Lyric Sunday – Think

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Song Lyric Sunday Theme for 7/8/18

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It’s Song Lyric Sunday, and Helen has challenged us with the prompt word ”think’. Thanks so much, Helen, for providing a place for us to showcase some songs we like, whether old ones or new ones.

If you, too, would like to join in this weekly challenge, just click the above link for details. Listen to other entries, also. It’s fun! ๐Ÿ™‚

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This song is one I’ve liked ever since it came out. It reminds me of road trips, because we always heard it when we were traveling down a highway.

It may be a stretch for the ‘think’ prompt, but it does have the word in the lyrics. I read that it was inspired by a similar experience that Rod Stewart had in his past.

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“Maggie May”, by Rod Stewart, was released in 1971, from his album, “Every Picture Tells a Story”. It was written by Rod Stewart, and Martin Quittenton, and is on the Mercury label.

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Lyrics are on the video.

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Thanks for visiting! Peace โ˜ฎ๏ธ

ยฉ 2018 BS

 

 

14 responses »

  1. This is one of my favorites too – I used to play that album and another of his over and over and over. Maybe a good reason to hook up my DVD player again, which I havenโ€™t used for a long time – streaming is so available now.

    • Wonderful!
      I don’t know anything about the streaming type of watching/listening to things, but we still have a record player and some vinyl albums of all sorts. Of course lots of CDs too. Still haven’t figured out our DVD player! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. It came out when I was in the 9th grade. My friends and I used to sing it and change the name Maggie May to some girl we didnโ€™t like. Itโ€™s one of my faves of all time.

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