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Weezer – Buddy Holly (Official Music Video)


♪ Wah ooh ♪ – [Tom] “Happy Days” is
filmed before a live audience. – Yes, ladies and gentlemen, tonight, live from Arnold’s Drive-In and Milwaukee Fried Chicken Stand, You Wanted to See It brings you one of the most exciting events it’s ever been our privilege to bring you. (audience cheering) – Okay, kids, Arnold’s is proud to present Kenosha, Wisconsin’s own Weezer! (crowd cheering) – Oh, hey, hey, please try the fish. (audience laughing) – And a one, and a two,
and a three, and a four. ♪ 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, and that’s for all time ♪ ♪ Woo-ee-ooh, 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 about that ♪ (rock guitar music) ♪ 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, and that’s for all time ♪ ♪ Woo-ee-ooh, 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 ♪ (audience groaning) – [Richie] Stay tuned
for more “Happy Days.” ♪ 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, oh, oh ♪ (rock guitar music) ♪ And that’s for all time ♪ ♪ And that’s for all time ♪ ♪ Woo-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 ♪ (crowd cheering) – [Girl] Fonzarelli! – Good work, guys. I mean you were really great. – [Man] Thanks, Al. – Sensational. Hey, anyone try the fish tonight? – It’s not so good, Al.
– Not so good, Al. Yeah, yeah, yep, yep, yep.
(audience laughing)

Reader Comments

  1. I remember the first time I saw this on MTV. Mom was in the room, and when I saw that it was Weezer, I cringed, because I had already heard "Say It Ain't So" and I was aware enough of her musical tastes that if this song was gonna sound anything like that one, she was gonna hate it. I braced myself for her to be all like "Turn off this crap!" but then as they busted into the song, I realized oh hey, this is a little bit more up her alley. Wonder of wonders, we made it through the whole song without one complaint! I guess you have to understand that I've always been a little bit over-sensitive about people criticizing music that I like, maybe 'cause it feels like they are criticizing a part of me? I don't know. I mean, for all I know, maybe she only tolerated it 'cause of the Happy Days stuff, but whatever. I got Mom to listen to a Weezer song. Small victories.

  2. What's with these homies, dissing 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, and that's for all of 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, and that's for all of 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 a knock on the door
    Another big bang and you're 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 the matter babe are you feeling sick?
    What's the matter, what's the matter, what's the matter you?
    What's the matter babe, are you feeling blue?

    And that's for all of time
    And that's for all of 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

  3. Quem tinha o CD-ROM de instalação d Windows 95 vai lembrar deste vídeo! Eu tava garimpando há um tempo já, procurando ele e o consegui encontrar. Nostálgico!!!!!

  4. "I don't care what they say about us anyways, I don't care about that" everyone calls my halo a bad boy… But to me hes an angel in disguise that protects me. i love him <3

  5. Who does Kurt think he's fooling ??I'd of done anything to get away from Courtney love too…that lady is a clout chaser…If rivers is Kurt then hell yeah rock on bro!!ur the man!!

  6. This video makes me sad. All i see and think of is that it was so much easier back then. Less worries and people were more normal and sane. Nowadays gives me the chill of insanity and that everything is a total mess :/ . Who's the same thought ?

  7. Am i mistaken to say that nintendogs sampled the booing sound effect in the middle of this music video for its dog tournament things

  8. A Hot Dog an Old Grandpa Sweater and a Magazine

    Surviving the skills and laundry bombs…

    the illusionists, the Socratic, the sophistry, and rhetoric…

    the credit system…

    the subtle conflicts…

    the information bomb…

    the fights and the knights and the unlimited democracy…

    the health system and food…

    the parties and drugs, hot dogs and doggers…

    the cities and the race… and agricultural encircling…

    surviving temptation for greed…

    surviving competition and workaholics syndrome…

    pragmatism…

    Christianity and its limitations…

    aristocratic affiliations…

    surviving the dance of emergency…and joining the bomb

    -f. Nienow
    I found that the music industry was into the "Renaissance pickles" and Bathory. Gross, man, gross. The noble definitions of blood and death anyone? Dream the System.

  9. On October 30th it will be Al's death day remember that folks, and pray he is doing great where ever he may be. AND PLAY THIS SONG OR WATCH HAPPY DAYS TO REMEMBER HIM.

  10. This came pre-loaded on the first computer i ever owned. Mid 90s. Ambra. Came with a game called hoover. Childhood unlocked.

  11. Damn, this song brings back some great memories. This song released when I was 14, in my first year at High School… I can see all my old friends faces again, I miss 'em all. Nostalgia really hits you in the balls sometimes.

  12. Hard to believe this is 25 years old. It still sounds so fresh, if it was released today, it would be a massive hit.

  13. I remember recording this off MTV, on my sister's VHS tape. The 3HR, SP, of Saved By The Bell – of which I taped over, is still a bone of contention 25yrs later. 😊 Headbangers Ball was all we had.

  14. Please help! I need to find another song! I remember this song from the Windows 95 cd. I also remember Edie Brickell's Good Times. In my YouTube quest, I have determined that there were two different versions of the Windows 95 cd. One had those two song, but the cd I had featured four songs. One of the songs went "If I'm supposed to be in Heaven, where the Hell are You?"
    I've found that online already.

    There was a fourth song that I cannot remember or find any information on. All I can tell you, it that it was a jazz song with a nightclub vibe. The beginning of the video starts by showing drums, an upright bass, and a piano (I think). The only lyrics I sort of remember were something like "Mama had a baby. Daddy had a car." but those lyrics could be wrong. There was a man singing, and I think he was wearing a white suit, but all of these memories are from my early childhood, and could be mixed up.

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