Top definition. Puff the Magic Dragon. A song made popular by the folk group Peter, Paul and Mary in The song is believed by many to refer to smoking marijuana, yet according to its author, Leonard "Lenny" Lipton , it's a simple sentimental song about the loss of childhood and nothing more. In Lenny Lipton graduated from high school and headed off to college at Cornell in Ithaca. He came to the realization that he was not a little kid anymore and never would be; that made him sad.
Now that all 10 seasons of " Friends " are available to stream, we've found 6 classic episodes guaranteed to make you laugh. Watch the video. Title: Puff the Magic Dragon —. An orphan boy and his magical dragon come to town with his abusive adoptive parents in pursuit. A young Boston writer goes back in time into an era where wizards and dragon reign and science is just barely known. Stories about Garfield the cat, Odie the dog, their owner Jon and the trouble they get into, and Orson the Pig and his adventures on a farm with fellow farm animals. The classic Disney character Goofy is a single father raising his son, Max, in Spoonerville. Pete, a frequent antagonist from the old cartoons, lives next door with his family. Four kids travel to the magical land of Narnia where they must battle an evil queen with the direction of the lion, Aslan. An orphan drummer boy who hated humanity finds his life changed forever when he meets three wise men on route to Bethlehem.
It was made popular by Yarrow's group in a recording released in January Lipton wrote a poem about a dragon in  and when Yarrow found it, he wrote the lyrics to "Puff" based on the poem. After the song was released, Yarrow searched for Lipton to give him credit for the song. The lyrics tell a story of the ageless dragon Puff and his playmate, Jackie Paper, a little boy who grows up and loses interest in the imaginary adventures of childhood and leaves Puff to be with himself. The story of the song takes place "by the sea" in the fictional land of "Honalee". Lipton was friends with Yarrow's housemate when they were all students at Cornell. He used Yarrow's typewriter to get the poem out of his head. He then forgot about it until years later, when a friend called and told him Yarrow was looking for him, to give him credit for the lyrics. On making contact, Yarrow gave Lipton half the songwriting credit, and he still gets royalties from the song.
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