Elton John – Tiny Dancer (Official Music Video)

Elton John – Tiny Dancer (Official Music Video)

Building on Elton John and Bernie Taupin’s Californian inspiration, Max Weiland filmed a video for “Tiny Dancer” that reflects on life in Los Angeles from a dozen different perspectives. The Cut, proudly supported by YouTube, invited filmmakers to create the first official music videos for three of Elton’s most famous songs: http://eltonjohn.com/thecut

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50 replies
  1. Michael Melling
    Michael Melling says:

    The video doesn’t compliment the song and it’s not even a close call. Perhaps the vid would be better suited for the ’60s smash hit, "They’re Coming to Take Me Away"?

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  2. Matthew Short
    Matthew Short says:

    Nice classic Jag XJ40 to the right of the woman at 2:22 🙂 My dad owns a 1992 Jaguar XJR, very similar to the XJ40, different grill though and infill panel.

    Love this song, it’s on a homemade tape in my own car 😄

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  3. Kjell
    Kjell says:

    NI "jänkar" gör det flesta filmer som är rent ut sagt rena skiten. Och med en president som är den sämsta ni någonsin har gjort kommer ni knappast högre upp på listan. Lär av Europa hur man beter er i världen!!!

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  4. OlafttheGreat1998
    OlafttheGreat1998 says:

    Sigh… it’s good, okay? It’s good. But, the problem I have with these new collaboration videos is that they take everything I thought the song was about just from LISTENING to them. I liked to imagine: "Who is this mysterious woman? She’s a singer, she’s a dancer, she loves to live and laugh. It sounded like a love story between two mysterious souls, and their journey together. But now, it’s not a story, it’s…an allegory. It’s a social commentary instead of a beautiful fantasy. And I can never hear this song the same again. It’s the same as Rocket Man, who I thought was a real, lonely astronaut floating way up there. Now it’s about a guy pretending to be one. Maybe I was wrong all along about the intentions behind these songs, but they were already perfect before, at least in my mind. I’m sorry for wasting your time. I’m not mad or anything, honestly just a little sad.

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  5. Charles Vincent Mattingly
    Charles Vincent Mattingly says:

    They played a different cut of this music video at Elton’s concert. I liked that one much better.

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  6. jerry hansen
    jerry hansen says:

    taupin dwight — i always confuse — taupin comp then reg did lyrics? —- just always got a sense they were not instant-collaborative — john/paul — for fk sake – how long were they not within 10m apart

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  7. Vignesh R Shankar
    Vignesh R Shankar says:

    I’m curious as to what is the story behind the Brad Pitt looking guy and the lady who gets pulled over by the cops near the end of the song

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  8. Gerardo Sanoja
    Gerardo Sanoja says:

    amazing i live in south america, still hearing this song connects me with some of the scenes so well, and by the way what happened to the ferrari….

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  9. Trey Taylor
    Trey Taylor says:

    I’m a using addict sitting here with a huge painful absest on my arm, I lost the love of my life about 5 months ago to say the least I’m going through it. The only smart decision I had to deal with it at the moment was put this song on. Omg such a good one. My late girlfriend had a amazing voice I used to have her sing this to me every day almost

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  10. Domski Da Chef
    Domski Da Chef says:

    this song always brought joy through years of addiction, chaos, and pain. The way that lady reacts after coming out of the pawn shop hits me extra hard.

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