Peggy Sue Got Married

Album: The Buddy Holly Story (1959)
Charted: 13
  • Please don't tell
    No, no, no
    Don't say that I told you so
    I just heard a rumor from a friend

    I don't say
    That it's true
    I'll just leave that up to you
    If you don't believe I'll understand (understand)

    You recall a girl that's been in nearly every song
    This is what I heard of course the story could be wrong

    She's the one
    I've been told
    Now she's wearing a band of gold
    Peggy Sue got married not long ago

    You recall a girl that's been in nearly every song
    This is what I heard of course the story could be wrong

    She's the one
    I've been told
    Now she's wearing a band of gold
    Peggy Sue got married not long ago
    Peggy Sue got married not long ago Writer/s: BUDDY HOLLY
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 6

  • AnonymousI have this record like new with cover any idea of value
  • Paul from Birmingham EnglandThe girl in nearly every song refers her mentions in songs such as Bobby Darin's Splish Splash and Ritchie Valens Oh My Head ect.
  • Jennifur Sun from RamonaI don't know why but this is my favorite Holly song.
  • Peter from MelbourneI think maybe when he was singing his songs he was thinking about Peggy Sue just for fun. :-)
  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyI often wonder how many songs of Buddy's did Norman Petty screw up, the soundtrack version is just great!!!!
  • Zabadak from London, EnglandThe lyrics refer to a girl talked about in "nearly every song", but surely there was only one...?
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