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Playlist of Buddy Holly

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  • Weezer - Buddy Holly

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  • Buddy Holly - Peggy Sue Live

    1:38

    Buddy Holly & The Crickets playing Peggy Sue live

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  • Buddy Holly - The Best of Buddy Holly

    30:45

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    00:00 - Peggy Sue
    02:31 - Everyday
    04:39 - That'll Be the Day
    06:57 - Rave On!
    08:45 - Not Fade Away
    11:03 - Send Me Some Lovin'
    13:38 - Think It Over
    15:23 - True Love Ways
    18:11 - Oh, Boy!
    20:16 - Maybe Baby
    22:17 - Love Me
    24:22 - Heartbeat
    26:32 - Early in the Morning
    28:37 - It Doesn't Matter Anymore

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  • Buddy Holly - Everyday

    2:10

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  • True Love Ways Buddy Holly

    3:09

    This beautiful song was written by Buddy Holly (though also credited to Norman Petty) and recorded with the Ray Ellis orchestra on October 21, 1958, at the Pythian Temple Studio in New York City. It was not released until March 1960, after Buddy Holly's tragic death, when it was included on the album, The Buddy Holly Story, Vol. 2, on the Coral label. The personnel on the track are : Buddy Holly: vocal; Al Caiola: guitar; Sanford Bloch: bass; Ernest Hayes: piano; Abraham Boomie Richman: tenor saxophone; Clifford Leeman: drums; Doris Johnson: harp; Sylvan Shulman, Leo Kruczek, Leonard Posner, Irving Spice, Ray Free, Herbert Bourne, Julius Held & Paul Winter: violins; David Schwartz & Howard Kay: violas; Maurice Brown; Maurice Bialkin: cellos. Though the sax solo is credited to Boomie Richman, some sources credit it to Sam The Man Taylor. Buddy Holly, born Charles Hardin Holley on September 7, 1936 in Lubbock, Texas died on February 3, 1959 in an airplane crash. I do not own the right to the song, audio, or images contained in this video. This sound recording is administered by UMG. No copyright infringement is intended. This purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education not for monetary gain.

  • Buddy Holly & The Crickets - Thatll Be The Day

    1:22

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  • Buddy Holly - Thatll Be The Day

    2:20

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  • Buddy Holly - Oh boy!

    2:06

    Buddy Holly - Oh boy!

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  • Weezer - Buddy Holly

    2:40

    Weezer - Buddy Holly (The blue album)

  • The Day the Music Died: Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper

    5:52

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    When Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. The Big Bopper Richardson passed away on February 3rd, 1959 after a small plane crash, rock and roll lost some of its most notable early pioneers. Singer-songwriter Don McLean called this moment in music history The Day the Music Died, in his song American Pie. In this video, we learn more about the lives and deaths of early rock icons Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper.

  • The Day The Music Died - Don McLean on Buddy Hollys crash

    8:46

    The story behind the song American Pie by Don McLean. Featuring the Beatles, Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, Janis Joplin and of course Buddy, the Big Bopper and Richie Valens.

  • Raining in My Heart Buddy Holly

    2:50

    Raining in My Heart written by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant was recorded during the same session as True Love Ways on October 21, 1958, at the Pythian Temple Studio in New York City with Dick Jacobs' orchestra. It was released as a single on Coral Records on January 5, 1959 peaking at #88 on the Billboard charts as the B-side of It Doesn't Matter Anymore. The recording was included on Buddy Holly's first greatest hits album, The Buddy Holly Story, released in March 1959. This sound recording is administered by UMG, Pirames International Srl & SME. No copyright infringement is intended.

  • Paul McCartney on Buddy Holly and writing with John Lennon

    2:58

    Paul McCartney chats to Ronnie Wood about the influence of Buddy Holly when writing songs with John Lennon. Paul tells a funny anecdote about how blind John Lennon would be without his glasses!

    This clip is taken from The Ronnie Wood Show, an award-winning TV series first broadcast on Sky Arts. Every episode features top artists joining Ronnie for impromptu jamming, lively chat and reminiscing about the wild days of rock'n'roll.

  • Buddy Holly- Words of Love

    1:54

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  • Ska vi älska, så ska vi älska till Buddy Holly

    3:47

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    Ska vi älska, så ska vi älska till Buddy Holly · Gyllene Tider

    GT25 - Samtliga Hits!

    ℗ 1979 Digital Remaster 1979, 2004 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by EMI Music Sweden AB

    Writer: Mats Persson
    Writer: Per Gessle

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  • Paul McCartney describes the Buddy Holly influence on The Beatles .

    4:15

    Paul is interviewed about Buddy Holly. He plays the first acetate the Quarreyman recorded (That'll be the day), describes seeing him in concert just before his death and his style and his songwriting influence.

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  • big bopper! buddy holly! ritchie valens!

    8:20

    Lorsque l'avion s'est écrasé, il a coûté la vie de Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, JP «Big Bopper Richardson et le pilote, Roger Peterson! Trois artistes les plus prometteurs du rock and roll ont disparu. c'était «le jour où la musique est morte!!!!

  • Buddy Holly - Rave on!

    1:54

    Well, the little things you say and do make me want to be with you.
    Rave on, it's a crazy feeling and I know it's got me reelin',
    When you say I love you
    Rave on.

    The way you dance and hold me tight,
    The way you kiss and say goodnight,
    Rave on, it's a crazy feeling and I know it's got me reelin',
    When you say I love you
    Rave on

    Well, rave on it's a crazy feeling,
    And I know, it's got me reelin',
    I'm so glad that you're revealin' your love for me.
    Rave on, rave on and tell me, tell me not to be lonely,
    Tell me, you love me only, rave on with me.

  • Buddy Holly on the Arthur Murray Dance Party 12/29/57

    2:31

    Buddy Holly and the Crickets made an appearance on the Arthur Murray Dance Party on December 29, 1957. It was unusual to see a band like the Crickets performing on the show. This video includes the complete introduction by Kathryn Murray. Another interesting note...this footage is used on Dick Clark's American Bandstand compilations. Clark claims that the footage of the only appearance that Holly and the Crickets made on Bandstand in the fall of 1958 was destroyed in the 70s. They performed Heartbeat. It's a shame that the footage was destroyed because it was Buddy's last appearance on TV before his death.

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  • Buddy Holly - Every Day

    2:10

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  • I Fought the Law

    2:14

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    I Fought the Law · Buddy Holly & The Crickets

    Biggest Hits of Buddy Holly

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    Released on: 2019-04-11

    Artist: Buddy Holly & The Crickets
    Composer, Lyricist: Sonny Curtis
    Music Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing Inc

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  • buddy holly - well...all right

    2:37

    well...all right performed by buddy holly. written by allison-holly-mauldin-petty. produced by norman petty. released november 5, 1958. 1993 mca records inc. please feel free to leave comments, thanks. (correction : i mis-spelled joe mauldin's last name in the credits)

  • Buddy Holly - Not Fade Away

    2:21

    Buddy Holly - Not Fade Away (1957)

    I'm a gonna tell you how it's gonna be
    A you're gonna give your love to me
    I wanna love you night and day
    You know my love is not fade away
    Oh well, you knowm y love is not fade away

    My love is bigger than a Cadillac
    I'll try to show it when you're drivin' me back
    A your love for me got to be real
    A for you to know it just how I feel
    A love for real n' not fade away

    I'm a gonna tell you how it's gonna be
    A you're gonna give a your love to me
    A love to last more than one day
    A love is love an' not fade away
    A love is love an' not fade away

  • HD* THE TRUE BUDDY HOLLY STORY *

    1:7:46

    The ROCK 'n' ROLL HALL OF FAME HISTORY of THE WINTER DANCE PARTY told by Dion.
    The true story of the Plane Crash that took the lives of Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and the Big Bopper.

  • Buddy Holly - It Doesnt Matter Anymore with Lyrics

    2:07

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  • Buddy Holly Story - Not Fade Away - Peggy Sue - Part 1

    5:30

    Buddy Holly Story - two clips from the west end smash hit Buddy - Recorded Live at the Strand Theatre London.

  • Thatll Be The Day - The Buddy Holly Story

    3:42

    The Buddy Holly Story - That'll Be The Day - A clip from the West end show Buddy - recorded Live at The Strand Theatre London

  • Buddy Holly - Brown eyed handsome man

    2:08

    This cover by Buddy Holly was released i believe in 1963 and was a top 5 hit here in the UK, but the original was done by Chuck Berry in 1956 and was a B side song to Too Much Monkey Business

  • Winter Dance Party Revisited - Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens & The Big Bopper

    2:25

    DJ Mix In Memory Of Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens And The Big Bopper
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  • Weezer - Buddy Holly

    4:18

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    Music video by Weezer performing Buddy Holly live at AXE Music: One Night Only. (C) 2005 Geffen Records

  • The Buddy Holly Story Maybe Baby

    2:24

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    Maybe Baby Taken from The Buddy Holly Story.

  • Buddy Holly - Weezer

    2:45

    Exclusive Videos (songs not available in Youtube), Amp & Pedal Settings and Priority Assistance. Those are some benefits of my new Patreon page that you can check now:


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  • Buddy Holly - Peggy Sue

    2:32

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    Peggy Sue is a rock and roll song written by Buddy Holly, Jerry Allison, and Norman Petty, and originally performed, recorded and released as a single by Holly in early July of 1957.

    The Crickets are not mentioned on the single (Coral 9-61885)[1] but both Joe B. Mauldin (string bass) and Jerry Allison (drums) are known to be featured on the recording.

    The song was also released on Buddy Holly's eponymous 1958 album. The song is ranked #194 on the Rolling Stone magazine's 2004 list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.

    The song was originally called Cindy Lou, and was named for Buddy's niece, the daughter of his sister Pat Holley Kaiter. The title was later changed to Peggy Sue in reference to Crickets drummer Jerry Allison's girlfriend (and future wife), Peggy Sue Gerron, with whom he had recently had a temporary breakup.

    Appropriately, Allison played a prominent role in the production of the song, playing paradiddles on the drums throughout the song, the drums' sound rhythmically fading in and out as a result of real-time engineering techniques by the producer, Norm Petty. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum placed the song on its list of the songs that shaped rock and roll.

    The song went to #3 on the Billboard Top 100 chart in 1957.

    The song is currently ranked as the 106th greatest song of all time, as well as the third best song of 1957, by Acclaimed Music.

    Initially only Allison and Petty were listed as the song's authors. At Allison's insistence, Holly was credited as a co-writer after his death.

    In 1999, National Public Radio (NPR) included Peggy Sue on the NPR 100, a list of The 100 most important American musical works of the 20th century.

    The song was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999.
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    BUDDY HOLLY - PEGGY SUE - LYRICS

    If you knew Peggy Sue
    Then you'd know why I feel blue
    About Peggy, 'bout 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, my 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
    Oh, well, I love you gal
    Yes, I want you, Peggy Sue

    Peggy Sue, Peggy Sue
    Oh how my heart years for you
    Oh, Pa-he-ggy, my Pa-he-ggy Sue
    Oh, well, I love you gal
    And I need you, Peggy Sue
    Oh, well, I love you gal
    Yes, I want you, Peggy Sue

  • Ska vi älska, så ska vi älska till Buddy Holly

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    Ska vi älska, så ska vi älska till Buddy Holly · Gyllene Tider

    Gyllene Tider

    ℗ 1980 Cosmos - a division of Cosmos Music

    Engineer: Björn Boström
    Mixer: Björn Boström
    Mixer, Producer: Lasse Lindbom
    Mixer: Mats Persson
    Mixer: Per Gessle
    Writer: Mats Persson
    Writer: Per Gessle

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  • Buddy Holly - Mona

    2:45

    A combination of the versions featured on the Not Fade Away box. I've synced and panned it to give it a stereo image. Towards the end there is a double vocal part. Enjoy!

  • 1037 - It Doesnt Matter Anymore - Buddy Holly cover with chords and lyrics

    2:43

    It Doesn't Matter Anymore is a pop ballad written by Paul Anka and recorded by Buddy Holly in 1958. The song reached #13 as a posthumous hit on the Billboard Hot 100 charts in early 1959 shortly after Holly was killed in a plane crash on February 3, 1959. The single was a two-sided hit, backed with Raining in My Heart. It Doesn't Matter Anymore was Holly's last US Top 20 hit and featured the orchestral backing of Dick Jacobs. It was also successful in the United Kingdom. - wikipedia
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    It Doesn t Matter Anymore chords
    Buddy Holly (Paul Anka) *

    G

    G
    There you go and baby here am I
    D
    Well, you left me here so I could sit and cry
    G
    Well, golly gee what have you done to me?
    D7 G
    Well, I guess it doesn't matter anymore

    G
    Do you remember baby last September,
    D
    how you held me tight each and every night?
    G
    Well, oops daisy, how you drove me crazy,
    D7 G
    but I guess it doesn't matter anymore

    Em
    There's no use in me a-cryin'
    G
    I've done everything,

    now I'm sick of trying
    A7
    I've thrown away my nights,
    D7 D D7 D
    wasted all my days over you

    G
    Now you go your way baby and I'll go mine,
    D
    now and forever 'till the end of time
    G
    And I'll find somebody new and baby,

    we'll say we're through
    D7 G
    And you won't matter anymore

    Em
    There's no use in me a-cryin'
    G
    I've done everything,

    now I'm sick of trying
    A7
    I've thrown away my nights,
    D7 D D7 D
    wasted all my days over you

    G
    Now you go your way baby and I'll go mine,
    D
    now and forever 'till the end of time
    G
    And I'll find somebody new and baby,

    we'll say we're through
    D7 G
    And you won't matter anymore

    D7 G
    You won't matter anymore

    * Alternate:

    Capo II

    G = F
    D = C
    D7 = C7
    Em = Dm
    A7 = G7

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  • Blue monday - BUDDY HOLLY.

    2:03

  • Everyday-Buddy Holly With Lyrics

    2:10

    *LYRICS*


    Everyday it's a-gettin' closer
    Goin' faster than a roller coaster
    Love like yours will surely come my way
    A-hey, a-hey-hey
    Everyday it's a-gettin' faster
    Everyone said, go ahead and her
    A-hey, a-hey-hey
    Everyday seems a little longer
    Every way love's a little stronger
    Come what may
    Do you ever long for, true love from me
    Everyday it's a-gettin' closer
    Goin' faster than a roller coaster
    Love like yours will surely come my way
    A-hey, a-hey-hey

    Everyday seems a little longer
    Every way love's a little stronger
    Come what may
    Do you ever long for, true love from me
    Everyday it's a-gettin' closer
    Goin' faster than a roller coaster
    Love like yours will surely come my way
    A-hey, a-hey-hey
    Love like yours will surely come my way

  • Weezer - Buddy Holly

    2:47

    Weezer, concierto en vivo desde el Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica el 4 de octubre 2019

  • Buddy Holly with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

    4:17

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    Due for release on 16th November 2018, the newly recorded album – which features Buddy Holly’s utterly distinctive original vocals and guitar playing set to exquisite arrangements performed by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra – is the poignant realisation of a dream Holly first explored just four months before his tragic death in a plane crash at the age of 22. In that last recording session, at the Decca Studios in New York, the star was joined by an 18 piece orchestra, fronted by Dick Jacobs, the man bringing strings to rock and roll. They recorded four tracks: ‘True love Ways’, ‘Raining in My Heart’, ‘Moondreams’ and ‘It Doesn’t Matter Anymore’ all of which are soaked in strings, clearly demonstrating a new direction for Buddy.

    Recorded in London’s Angel Studios, and produced by Nick Patrick, the man behind the hugely successful Elvis Presley and Roy Orbison orchestral albums, ‘True Love Ways’ truly reflects Buddy Holly’s love for strings, having learnt to play the violin as a child and continued all his life. Beloved tracks the singer recorded with The Crickets such as ‘Everyday’, ‘Peggy Sue’ (whose namesake passed away earlier this month) and ‘That’ll Be The Day’ are all included, with orchestrations that invigorate, rather than overwhelm, the rock and roll of which Holly was king.

    Tracklist:
    1. TRUE LOVE WAYS
    2. IT DOESN’T MATTER ANYMORE
    3. EVERYDAY
    4. HEARTBEAT
    5. RAINING IN MY HEART
    6. OH BOY
    7. RAVE ON
    8. WORDS OF LOVE
    9. THAT’LL BE THE DAY
    10. PEGGY SUE
    11. MOONDREAMS
    12. MAYBE BABY

  • Buddy Holly - Raining In My Heart

    2:45

    Charles Hardin Holley (Lubbock, Texas, 7 de septiembre de 1936 - 3 de febrero de 1959), más conocido como Buddy Holly, fue un compositor y cantante estadounidense, uno de los más destacados pioneros del rock and roll.

    Holly, en cuya familia había un gran interés por la música, aprendió a temprana edad a tocar el violín, el piano y la guitarra. En el otoño de 1949 conoció en el Instituto Hutchinson Jr. a Bob Montgomery, con el que poco después formó el dúo Buddy and Bob. El interés de Holley y Montgomery se dirigió al principio hacia la música country, pero, tras ver en 1955 actuar en directo a Elvis Presley, decidieron dedicarse al rock and roll. Pocos meses después actuaron como teloneros del propio Presley, de Carl Perkins y Johnny Cash y, más tarde, de Bill Haley y sus Cometas.
    Junto a sus amigos Jerry Allison (batería), Joe.B.Malduin (contrabajo) y al guitarrista Nikki Sullivan, Holley formó un nuevo grupo, The Crickets, con el que grabó varios temas en el estudio de Norman Petty en Clovis (Nuevo México). Una de las canciones grabadas en estas sesiones fue That´ll Be The Day, inspirada en una frase que el personaje interpretado por John Wayne repite insistentemente en la película The Searchers (Centauros del desierto). Ocurría que Decca, propietaria de los derechos de las canciones grabadas en Nashville, ejercía el control de los temas durante cinco años, y no parecía querer dar demasiadas facilidades a la hora de una posible edición de las canciones por parte de otra compañía. Uno de los temas era That´ll Be The Day, canción rechazada por su primer productor, Owen Bradley, por considerarla horrorosa, y que ahora se perfilaba como un hit en potencia al que Norman Petty veía un gran futuro.

    La canción That´ll Be The Day propulsó definitivamente a Holly y sus amigos hacia el éxito.

    En otoño de 1958, Holly abandonó a The Crickets y comenzó una carrera en solitario, cuya primera parada fue en el Pythian Temple Studio de Nueva York, donde abordó junto a Dick Jacobs y su orquesta, una de las sesiones más memorables de la historia del rock. De aquella tarde salieron perlas como Raining in my hearth o It does´t matter anymore, que serían grandes éxitos y que venían a representar el talento y versatibilidad del artista de Lubbock. Sin embargo, con problemas legales con su antiguo productor, Norman Petty, recién casado y con apuros económicos, emprendió una gira en solitario con otros destacados intérpretes, como Ritchie Valens, Dion and the Belmonts y The Big Bopper a principios de 1959. En

    La muerte de Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens y Big Bopper (tragedia conocida como El día que murió la música) causó un gran impacto en su época. Las dramáticas fotografías del accidente dieron la vuelta al mundo, Elvis Presley envió un telegrama de condolencia desde Alemania; a su entierro acudieron numerosos artistas y disc jockeys del momento; su féretro fue llevado por sus antiguos compañeros de The Crickets y por Phil y Don Everly.

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  • Weezer - Buddy Holly

    2:40

    Semi-Isolated vocal track of Buddy Holly, performed by Rivers Cuomo; Matt Sharp. I tried my best to isolate the backing vocals from the rhythm guitar but couldn't remove it entirely

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    Lyrics:

    What's with these homies dissin' my girl?
    Why do they gotta front?
    What did we ever do to these guys
    That made them so violent?

    Woo-hoo, but you know I'm yours
    Woo-hoo, and I know you're mine
    Woo-hoo, that's for all the time

    Oo-ee-oo I look just like Buddy Holly
    Oh-oh, and you're Mary Tyler Moore
    I don't care what they say about us anyway
    I don't care 'bout that

    Don't you ever fear, I'm always near
    I know that you need help
    Your tongue is twisted, your eyes are slit
    You need a guardian

    Woo-hoo, and you know I'm yours
    Woo-hoo, and I know you're mine
    Woo-hoo, that's for all the time

    Oo-ee-oo I look just like Buddy Holly
    Oh-oh, and you're Mary Tyler Moore
    I don't care what they say about us anyway
    I don't care 'bout that
    I don't care 'bout that

    Bang! Bang! Knock on the door
    Another big bang, get down on the floor
    Oh no! What do we do?
    Don't look now but I lost my shoe
    I can't run and I can't kick
    What's a matter, babe, are you feelin' sick?
    What's a matter, what's a matter, what's a matter you?
    What's a matter, babe, are you feelin' blue? Oh-oh!

    And that's for all the time
    And that's for all the time

    Oo-ee-oo I look just like Buddy Holly
    Oh-oh, and you're Mary Tyler Moore
    I don't care what they say about us anyway
    I don't care 'bout that
    I don't care 'bout that
    I don't care 'bout that
    I don't care 'bout that

    Allbum: Weezer (Blue Album)
    Track: 4/10
    Year: 1994

  • Buddy Holly - Im Gonna Love You Too

    2:15

    Lyrics :

    You're gonna say you'll a miss me
    You're gonna say you'll a kiss me
    Yes, you're gonna say you'll love me
    'Cause I'm a-gonna love you too

    I don't care what you told me
    You're gonna say you'll hold me
    Yes, you're gonna say you'll love me
    'Cause I'm gonna love you too

    After all another fella took you
    But I still can't overlook ya
    I'm a-gonna do my best to hook ya
    After all is said and done

    You're gonna say you'll a miss me
    You're gonna say you'll a kiss me
    Yes, you're gonna say you'll a love me
    'Cause I'm a-gonna love you too

    It's a gonna happen some day
    You're gonna see things my way
    Yes, you're gonna say you'll a love me
    'Cause I'm a-gonna love you too

    You're gonna tell me sweet things
    You're gonna make my heart sing
    Yes, you're gonna hear those bells ring
    'Cause I'm gonna love you too

    After all another fella took you
    But I still can't overlook ya
    I'm a-gonna do my best to hook ya
    After all is said and done

    You're gonna say you'll a miss me
    You're gonna say you'll a kiss me
    Yes, you're gonna say you'll a love me
    'Cause I'm a-gonna love you too

    I'm a-gonna love you too
    I'm a-gonna love you too

    Songwriters :

    Joe Mauldin;Norman Petty;Niki Martin Sullivan

    Published by

    WREN MUSIC CO.

  • Thats My Desire by Buddy Holly

    2:23

    i havent made a video in like for ever so and this song isnt on youtube yet so enjoy

  • Buddy Holly Tribute - Reminiscing by Robert Miller

    2:03

    Here's Robert Miller from his Buddy Holly Tribute show, singing Reminiscing (written by saxophonist King Curtis). Recorded April 13, 2007. For HQ sound in stereo:

  • Buddy Holly - Because I Love You

    2:40

    The Late Great Buddy Holly

  • Buddy Holly & The Crickets

    28:49

    Mix of the most popular Buddy Holly performances with photo's

    Track list:

    01. Everyday
    02. What To Do?
    03. Words Of Love
    04. I'm Gonna Love You Too
    05. It's So Easy
    06. Heartbeat
    07. Early In The Morning
    08. Oh, Boy
    09. Peggy Sue
    10. Not Fade Away
    11. Love's Made A Fool Of You
    12. You're So Square
    13. Midnight Shift
    14. That'll Be The Day

  • HEY, BUDDY..tribute to Buddy Holly

    4:18

    Original music video about Buddy Holly featuring John Mueller's hit song Hey, Buddy that utilizes over 34 Buddy Holly song titles to weave a unique tribute. Shot on location in Lubbock, TX and Clovis, NM at the famed Norman Petty Studio where Buddy Holly recorded many of his rock and roll hits.
    The song is available on all streaming platforms and also available for download at

  • John lennon Sings Buddy Holly Tunes 1972 Yoko Ono

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    Here's a rare piece of film. John sitting around with Yoko singing Rock Island Line and a little Buddy Holly Medley of Maybe Baby and Peggy Sue.

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