In the mood for a melody, LIRR passengers sing ‘Piano Man’

/ 07:34 PM May 31, 2018

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HUNTINGTON, N.Y. (AP) — A group of New York commuters got together around “9 o’clock on a Saturday” and sang a rendition of Billy Joel’s famous ballad, “Piano Man.”

A video posted on Twitter captured nearly everyone aboard the Long Island Railroad train bound for Huntington singing in unison to the song on May 19.

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Professional tennis player Julia Elbaba — who posted the video — says she was on the train talking with a man who mentioned he was in a Billy Joel tribute band.

Elbaba says she sang a few bars with the man and soon, the whole car was singing.

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The 23-year-old Oyster Bay resident said in her post on Twitter that she wished LIRR riders could always get along that well.

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