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vintage Don McLean singing Vincent, with interview "why i had to write Vincent' ~ van gogh ~ http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/music/rockandpopfeatures/7264618/Don-McLean-interview-Why-I-had-to-write-Vincent.html ~ "An artist is trying to tell you how he’s feeling. And if that accidentally becomes entertaining, it becomes a career.” Gogh Paintings, Artists, Vincent Vans, Vans Gogh, Beautiful Songs, Don Mclean, House, Heartbreak Songs, Mclean 1972
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1/03/2013 Wikipedia: "Vincent" is a song by Don McLean written as a tribute to Vincent van Gogh. It is also known by its opening line, "Starry Starry Night", a reference to van Gogh's painting The Starry Night. The song also describes different paintings done by the artist. McLean wrote the lyrics in 1971 after reading a book about the life of the a...
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