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Puff and the Incredible Mr. Nobody
(TV Short) (performer: "Puff the Magic Dragon") / (writer: "Puff the Magic Dragon", "Never Was A Feather", "Follow Your Own Star")
Puff the Magic Dragon
(TV Short) (performer: "Puff the Magic Dragon") / (writer: "Puff the Magic Dragon", "The Boat Song", "Weave Me the Sunshine")
You Are What You Eat
(Documentary) (performer: "Moments of Soft Persuasion", "Silly Girl", "The Wabe", "Don't Remind Me Now of Time") / (writer: "Teenage Fair (Helmet Commercial)", "Moments of Soft Persuasion", "Silly Girl", "You Are What You Eat", "The Wabe", "Don't Remind Me Now of Time")
1 Interview |
2 Articles |
Peter Paul and Mary | Peter
5' 7" (1.7 m)
Did You Know?
[on 'The March on Washington', August 29, 1963] We sang 'If I Had a Hammer'. They knew it and they sang. And the moment was created not by the three of us in a performance but by a quarter of a million people, gathering together and singing with us and saying, This moment belongs to us together. That's what singing together can do...'Joyful' doesn't really describe it for me. It was like the ...
In 1965, Newsweek published an article claiming that "Puff, the Magic Dragon" was actually a song about drugs, containing secret code words: "Puff" = smoke; "lived by the sea" = C (cocaine); "mist" = smoke; "Hohna Lee" = another name for hashish; "Little Jackie Paper" = used to wrap joints. Yarrow insists to this day that the song was simply about the loss of childhood innocence, and has no drug ...