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Amoreena by Elton John

Album: Tumbleweed ConnectionReleased: 1970
  • In this song Elton sings about fond memories of a girl he once knew. The Tumbleweed Connection album has prairie theme, which shows up in this song with images of cattle, cornfields and hay.
  • This plays in the opening scene of the Al Pacino film Dog Day Afternoon. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Bertrand - Paris, France, for above 2
  • The name "Amoreena" implies love, as "Amor" signifies love in many languages (note the English word "Amorous").
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Comments: 11

Unmistakably one of my all time favorite songs and album by Elton and Bernie....Top 5Craig - Rocknrollroy247@gmail.com
Hats off to the most ingenius, prolific and entirely successful songwriting duo ever! Oh, and I DID name my daughter "Amoreena!"Robin - Milford, Nj
His first manager, John Reid, had a little girl named Amoreena that most likely inspired Bernie to use this title. My band Integr8d Soul Rocket, Man plays this song: my favorite by Sir Elton!Angela - San Diego, Ca
We used to have an old radiogram that had great bass sound. I always loved listening to Amoreena on it - Dee Murray was such an unrecognised talent. Love this whole album, always rated it as Elton's best.Paul - Belfast, United Kingdom
What a wonderful song. I recently felt as though the song may have a deeper meaning - that "Amoreena" had possibly met a tragic end maybe in an auto accident or an accident of some kind -on listening to the lyrics " Amoreena's in the cornfield brightening the daybreak" it brought to mind how people often leave memorial markers at the roadsides where loved ones have tragically perished. I don't know it is just something that crossed my mind that I wanted to share.Jay - London, On
This song is written and sung so well, I'm surprised a whole lot of couples didn't end up naming their baby girls "Amoreena"...it is beautiful.Camille - Toronto, Oh
Written by Elton John and Bernie Taupin, It is amazing how two Brits can capture Americana so well..Great song from an equally great album...Jim - Long Beach, Ca
Agreed. This is a fine song.Kevin - Reading , Pa
Great song great album.Guy - Chicago, Il
I could swear Elton is singing this love song to a cow. 'Tumbleweed Connection' is undoubtedly one of the greatest albums ever.Lester - New York City, Ny
One of my favorites. Taupin had such a grasp of the American heartland, it's almost scary. The best Elton song that nobody knows!Bryan - Flint, Mi
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