Song: Maggie May by Singer Rod Stewart  » Music  »
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  • All I know is this is a great tune that will live on in American hearts forever

    • by Dawn
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      Maggie May was one of the first big hits that Rod Stewart ever recorded and it is still just as popular today with those who remember when it was released and new generations of Rod Stewart fans. This is the ultimate Rod Stewart song and it essential to have in your music collection if you are going to call yourself a Rod Stewart fan. Maggie May is a sad tune about a boy who gets caught up with a woman that is just using him.

      He


      does everything in the world for her, but she just keeps using him when she feels like it and then breaks his heart. He ends up wishing he had never met her in the first place.

      I love this classic Rod Stewart song. It is one that I take with me everywhere I go and I very much enjoy listening to it even after all these years.

      It was recorded in the early 1970’s but it will live on forever. Rod Stewart picked a winner with this ...


      • one in ways that even he couldn’t have imagined.

        The beat is catchy and most people can’t help but catch themselves at least swaying to it if not dancing to it when they hear it. You might even hear someone singing the lyrics at the top of their lungs.

        Life just wouldn’t have been the same without this song in it. The music that I listen to usually has some special type of meaning, but there are other songs that I listen to for pure pleasure

        and Maggie May is one of them.

        It makes you want to go beat Maggie May up for treating Rod with such disrespect. Who does she think she is anyway.

        Oh well, she has surely paid the price now knowing that Rod became such a superstar icon. I don’t know if Maggie May was a real person or not or if she was, whether it was Rod who had the problems with her.

        All I know is this is a great tune that will live on in American hearts forever.




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