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Peggy Sue
Buddy Holly & The Crickets Lyrics


If you knew Peggy Sue
Then you'd know why I feel blue without Peggy
My Peggy Sue
Oh well, I love you gal, yes, I love you Peggy Sue

Peggy Sue, Peggy Sue
Oh how my heart yearns for you
Oh Peggy, my Peggy Sue
Oh well, I love you gal, yes, I love you Peggy Sue

Peggy Sue, Peggy Sue
Pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty Peggy Sue
Oh Peggy, my Peggy Sue
Oh well, I love you gal and I need you Peggy Sue

I love you Peggy Sue
With a love so rare and true
Oh Peggy, my Peggy Sue
Well I love you gal, I want you Peggy Sue

Peggy Sue, Peggy Sue
Pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty Peggy Sue
Oh Peggy, my Peggy Sue
Oh well, I love you gal yes I need you Peggy Sue

I love you Peggy Sue
With a love so rare and true
Oh Peggy, my Peggy Sue
Oh well I love you gal, and I want you Peggy Sue
Oh well, I love you gal and I want you Peggy Sue

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
Written by: BUDDY HOLLY, JERRY ALLISON, NORMAN PETTY

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

Tom Smith

@Mostly Brenda I would love to see all of those artists posted here! Jimmie Rodgers is a good bet since they have released videos of him in TV compilations of the past. I'd also love to see really rare footage that I've never seen before from Ed Sullivan like Linda Scott doing "Christmas Day", Joni James, Kathy Linden, Eileen Barton, Sunny Gale, the Four Lads, Billy Ward and the Dominoes, along with great tenors such as James Melton "Beyond the Sea" and Jan Peerce. They had a lot of great opera singers on the show doing pop songs as well as opera and they are very under-represented on this channel.

It's astounding to me that they have never officially released any of the great performances by the Platters, including their incredible rendition of "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes". In my opinion, the Platters were the best music group of the 1950's due to the beautiful voice of Tony Williams, and timeless songs.

Of course, I'd love to see a great many of Teresa Brewer performances, who performed on the show more than anyone else and was probably Ed's favorite female singer (and one of mine as well). Ed preferred the old-fashioned music to rock and roll.

Ed frequently invited singers who were popular in the 1920's and even earlier on his show too, so there is some really historic rare footage of singers such as Will Oakland, Helen Kane, Sophie Tucker, Blossom Seeley and others, which may never be seen again.

There is an incredible wealth of important and historic musical footage in the Ed Sullivan archives, much of which hasn't been seen since it was first aired. I hope someday it will all be available, and not just the more common mainstream footage.



All comments from YouTube:

Jerry Lopez

My dad still rants and raves about Buddy Holly. My dad is 84 years old

Jerry Lopez

@VeryRareEntertainment Thanks. I think that my dad is one cool hombre.

VeryRareEntertainment

your dad is raw for that

John Rendon

Does he rave on !

Roland Kennedy

They had 10yrs of albums and songs they put out after he passed away. Thats how many recordings he had

Le Carlton

In buddy holly fashion tell him to rave on!

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Jennifer Pecha

He accomplished a lot musically for how young he was. That was a huge loss to music.

Wesley Cook

@B G The Big Bopper had one big hit but he also wrote White Lightning, Running Bear and an original version of Little Red Riding Hood . He had them on his only album. Other artists covered 2 of his songs, George Jones and Johnny Preston, in his lifetime. Sam the Sham recorded a retooled version of Little Red Riding Hood.

Wesley Cook

@B G Ritchie was 17.

Wesley Cook

@Seven Pounder It's Jerry Allison very recognizable to Buddy Holly fans

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