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Big Yellow Taxi
"Big Yellow Taxi" is a song written, composed, and originally recorded by Canadian singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell in 1970, and originally released on

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1970 single by Joni Mitchell For taxicabs in New York City, see taxicabs of New York City. "Big Yellow Taxi"Single by Joni Mitchellfrom the album Ladies of the CanyonB-side"Woodstock"ReleasedApril 1970Format7"Recorded1970Genre
  • Folk rock[1]
  • pop
  • folk[2]
Length2:16LabelRepriseSongwriter(s)Joni MitchellProducer(s)Joni MitchellJoni Mitchell singles chronology "Big Yellow Taxi"
(1970) "Carey"

"Big Yellow Taxi" is a song written, composed, and originally recorded by Canadian singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell in 1970, and originally released on her album Ladies of the Canyon. It was a hit in her native Canada (No. 14) as well as Australia (No. 6) and the UK (No. 11). It only reached No. 67 in the US in 1970, but was later a bigger hit there for her in a live version released in 1974,[3][4] which peaked at No. 24. Charting versions have also been recorded by The Neighborhood (who had the original top US 40 hit with the track in 1970, peaking at No. 29), Maire Brennan, Amy Grant, Bob Dylan, and Counting Crows.

  • 1 Mitchell's composition and recording
  • 2 Lyrics variations
  • 3 Music video
  • 4 Track listing
  • 5 Charts
  • 6 Certifications
  • 7 Máire "Moya" Brennan version
    • 7.1 Track listing
  • 8 Amy Grant version
    • 8.1 Track listing
    • 8.2 Charts
  • 9 Counting Crows and Vanessa Carlton version
    • 9.1 Track listing
    • 9.2 Charts
      • 9.2.1 Weekly charts
      • 9.2.2 Year-end charts
    • 9.3 Certifications
  • 10 Other cover versions
  • 11 References
  • 12 External links
Mitchell's composition and recording

Mitchell said this to journalist Alan McDougall in the early 1970s about writing the song:

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I wrote 'Big Yellow Taxi' on my first trip to Hawaii. I took a taxi to the hotel and when I woke up the next morning, I threw back the curtains and saw these beautiful green mountains in the distance. Then, I looked down and there was a parking lot as far as the eye could see, and it broke my heart... this blight on paradise. That's when I sat down and wrote the song.[5]

The song is known for its environmental concern – "They paved paradise to put up a parking lot" and "Hey farmer, farmer, put away that DDT now" – and sentimental sound. The line "They took all the trees, and put 'em in a tree museum / And charged the people a dollar and a half just to see 'em" refers to Foster Botanical Garden in downtown Honolulu, which is a living museum of tropical plants, some rare and endangered.[6]

In the song's final verse, the political gives way to the personal. Mitchell recounts the departure of her "old man" in the eponymous "big yellow taxi", which may refer to the old Metro Toronto Police patrol cars, which until 1986 were painted yellow.[7] In many covers the departed one may be interpreted as variously a boyfriend, a husband or a father. The literal interpretation is that he is walking out on the singer by taking a taxi; otherwise it is assumed he is being taken away by the authorities.

Mitchell's original recording was first released as a single and then, as stated above, included on her 1970 album Ladies of the Canyon. A later live version was released in 1974 (1975 in France and Spain) and reached No. 24 on the U.S. charts. Mitchell's playful closing vocals have made the song one of the most identifiable in her repertoire, still receiving significant airplay in Canada. In 2005, it was voted No. 9 on CBC's list of the top 50 essential Canadian tracks.

In 2007, Joni Mitchell released the album Shine, which includes a newly recorded, rearranged version of the song.

Lyrics variations

There are various slight alterations of the lyrics from different versions. Joni Mitchell's original version runs:

They took all the trees
And put them in a tree museum
Then they charged the people
A dollar and a half just to see 'em

whereas in Amy Grant's version, the people are charged "twenty-five bucks", and in Mitchell's own 2007 re-recording, the people are charged "an arm and a leg". British musician Wally Whyton also recorded the song in 1971, changing the price to "one pound fifty" as well as changing "people" to "punters".

Bob Dylan, instead of singing about the "big yellow taxi" that "took away my old man", sings, "A big yellow bulldozer took away the house and land." Similarly, in Mitchell's live version of the song released on Miles of Aisles in 1974, she sings about "a big yellow tractor" that "pushed around my house, pushed around my land". She then repeats the same verse, but with the original lyrics. While Amy Grant retains the taxi, her final reprise of the line about "paved paradise" reads "steam rolled paradise".

On Counting Crows's 2002 cover version, lead singer Adam Duritz sings "took my girl away" in place of "took away my old man".

Music video

An animated music video of Joni Mitchell's "Big Yellow Taxi" was produced by John Wilson of Fine Arts Films as an animated short for the Sonny and Cher television show in the mid-1970s. The only commercial release of this full-length music video was in the Video Gems home video release on VHS titled John Wilson's Mini Musicals, also released as The All Electric Music Movie. The home video also contains an animated music video of Mitchell's song "Both Sides, Now".

Track listing
  1. "Big Yellow Taxi" (Radio Mix)
  2. "Big Yellow Taxi" ("Friends" Album Version)
  3. "Big Yellow Taxi" (Late Night Club Mix)
  4. "Big Yellow Taxi" (N.Y. Cab To Club Mix)
  5. "Big Yellow Taxi" (Double Espresso NRG Mix)
  6. "Big Yellow Taxi" (Tribal Dub)
  7. "Big Yellow Taxi" (Original A Cappella with Guitar)
Charts Chart (1970) Peak
position Australia (ARIA)[8] 6 Canada Top Singles (RPM) 14 Netherlands (Single Top 100)[9] 19 UK Singles (The Official Charts Company) 11 US Billboard Hot 100 67 US Billboard Easy Listening[10] 33 Chart (1974–75) Peak
position US Billboard Hot 100 24 US Billboard Easy Listening[10] 27 Chart (1996) Peak
position US Billboard Hot Dance Club Play 39 Certifications Region Certification Certified units/sales United Kingdom (BPI)[11] Silver 200,000

sales+streaming figures based on certification alone

Máire "Moya" Brennan version "Big Yellow Taxi"Single by Máire Brennanfrom the album Misty Eyed AdventuresReleased1993FormatCD singleLabel
  • RCA
  • BMG
Songwriter(s)Joni MitchellProducer(s)
  • Calum Malcolm
  • Máire Brennan
Máire Brennan singles chronology "Jealous Heart"
(1992) "Big Yellow Taxi"
(1993) "You're the One"

In 1993, Máire "Moya" Brennan covered the song.

Track listing
  1. "Big Yellow Taxi"
  2. "Days Of The Dancing"
  3. "Dream On"
Amy Grant version "Big Yellow Taxi"Single by Amy Grantfrom the album House of LoveReleasedMay 1994Format
  • Cassette single
  • CD single
  • Adult contemporary
  • Pop
Length3:01LabelA&MSongwriter(s)Joni MitchellProducer(s)Keith ThomasAmy Grant singles chronology "Say You'll Be Mine"
(1994) "Big Yellow Taxi"
(1994) "Oh How the Years Go By"

In 1995, Amy Grant released a cover of "Big Yellow Taxi" to pop and Adult Contemporary radio in the United States and United Kingdom. The song was the fourth pop radio single from her House of Love album (the third in the U.S.). Grant's version featured slightly altered lyrics, which she changed at Joni Mitchell's request.[12] The single peaked at No. 67 on The Billboard Hot 100, No. 18 on the Adult Contemporary chart, and at No. 20 in the U.K. Grant also released a music video for the single, which was aired in the U.S. and U.K. and released to home video on Grant's Greatest Videos 1986-2004 DVD. Grant also performed the song for her 2006 concert album, Time Again... Amy Grant Live.

Track listing
  1. "Big Yellow Taxi" (Paradise Mix)
  2. "Big Yellow Taxi" (Alternative Paradise Mix)
  3. "Big Yellow Taxi" (LP Version)
Charts Chart (1994) Peak
position Canada Adult Contemporary (RPM) 4 Canada Top Singles (RPM) 25 UK Singles (The Official Charts Company) 20 US Billboard Hot 100 67 US Billboard Adult Contemporary 18 US Billboard Adult Top 40 28 Counting Crows and Vanessa Carlton version "Big Yellow Taxi"Single by Counting Crows featuring Vanessa Carltonfrom the album Hard CandyReleasedJanuary 14, 2003FormatCD singleRecorded2002GenrePop rockLength3:47LabelGeffenSongwriter(s)Joni MitchellProducer(s)Steve LilywhiteCounting Crows singles chronology "Miami"
(2002) "Big Yellow Taxi"
(2003) "If I Could Give All My Love (Richard Manuel Is Dead)"

In 2002, the Counting Crows covered the song with backing vocals by Vanessa Carlton. It was featured on the soundtrack to the film Two Weeks Notice and is the most successful version of the song to date (U.S. Billboard Adult Top 40). The single was certified Gold on 25 October 2004 by the Recording Industry Association of America.[13] Originally, the song was a hidden track on the band's 2002 album Hard Candy, and it did not include Carlton until it was to be featured in the film. New releases of the album included it as a track with her added, as with her in the video (which was shot on Coney Island, Brooklyn, and in nearby Bensonhurst), although Counting Crows and Carlton neither appeared in the video together nor recorded together. This song became the band's only Top 20 single in the UK, peaking at No. 13. This version slightly changed Mitchell's original lyrics to describe when the eponymous taxi "took my girl away", instead of Mitchell's "took away my old man". The original version of the song without Vanessa was included on the album "Nolee Mix" which was released to promote the My Scene dolls.

The Village Voice named this cover the worst song of the 2000s[14] and the Village Voice's scathing review of the cover is archived on Joni Mitchell's website.[15] Additionally, NME also included this cover on its list of the worst songs of the 2000s[16] and Ultimate Classic Rock highlighted this song in their Terrible Classic Rock Covers series.[17]

Track listing
  1. "Big Yellow Taxi"
  2. "Big Yellow Taxi II"
  3. "If I Could Give All My Love"/"Richard Manuel Is Dead" (Acoustic / Live)
  4. "Hard Candy" (Acoustic / Live)
  5. "Big Yellow Taxi" (Multimedia Track)
Charts Weekly charts Chart (2003) Peak
position Australia (ARIA)[18] 3 Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)[19] 40 Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)[20] 33 Brazil (ABPD)[21] 64 Germany (Official German Charts)[22] 67 Ireland (IRMA)[23] 7 Netherlands (Dutch Top 40)[24] 19 Netherlands (Single Top 100)[25] 23 New Zealand (Recorded Music NZ)[26] 4 Scotland (Official Charts Company)[27] 10 Sweden (Sverigetopplistan)[28] 55 Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)[29] 63 UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[30] 16 US Billboard Hot 100[31] 42 US Adult Contemporary (Billboard)[32] 5 US Adult Top 40 (Billboard)[33] 5 US Mainstream Top 40 (Billboard)[34] 30 Year-end charts Chart (2003) Position Australia (ARIA)[35] 15 New Zealand (Recorded Music NZ)[36] 11 UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[37] 183 Certifications Region Certification Certified units/sales Australia (ARIA)[38] Platinum 70,000^ United States (RIAA)[39] Gold 500,000^

^shipments figures based on certification alone

Other cover versions

Many other artists have covered the song.

  • A single version by the singing group The Neighborhood reached the Billboard Top 40 chart (No. 29) in the summer of 1970.
  • Joe Dassin "Le Grand Parking" (French Cover) in 1970 from the album Joe Dassin ("La fleur aux dents").
  • Lindsey Buckingham recorded a cover version for "Joni Mitchell Tribute Compilation", Reprise Records, 1999. The CD album includes several artists.
  • Bob Dylan's cover of Joni Mitchell's "Big Yellow Taxi" was recorded in 1970 and released in 1973 on Dylan.
  • BB Gabor re-interpreted it on his 1980 eponymous album.
  • Pinhead Gunpowder covered the song on their 1992 EP Fahizah. The EP was later used as part of their 1994 album Jump Salty.
  • In 1996, "Big Yellow Taxi (Traffic Jam Mix)" peaked on the U.S. dance charts at No. 39 and was part of the soundtrack album to Friends: Music from the TV Series. (see Joni Mitchell's Singles and External links.)
  • The song is sampled in Janet Jackson’s and Q-Tip's single "Got 'Til It's Gone," from Jackson's 1997 album The Velvet Rope.
  • Big Yellow Taxi also features on German legend Nena’s 2007 cover compilation album Cover Me.
  • Edda Magnason recorded it with Augustifamiljen on an episode of På Spåret in 2012.
  • This song is sampled by Labrinth in the song "Sundown," from his debut 2012 album Electronic Earth.[40]
  • Kelly Rowland re-interpreted this song in the track "Gone," on her 2013 album, Talk a Good Game.
  • Australian vocal group The Idea of North recorded a cover on their 2013 album Smile.
  • South-Korean singer J-Min covered the song for her Japanese debut mini-album, Korogaru Ringo.
  • The song was sampled in Markus Feehily's single "Butterfly", which was released in 2015.[41]
  • A collaborative cover by Amanda Palmer, Zoe Keating, Sean Ono Lennon, and John Cameron Mitchell was released in 2018
  • Rita Ora released a fully acoustic cover of the original as a Spotify single in April 2019.
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External links
  • Lyrics for original version at
  • Lyrics for 2007 version at
  • Traffic Jam Mix / Friends Soundtrack at AllMusic
  • Traffic Jam Mix Chart Position at Billboard Hot Dance Club Play
  • Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics
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