If you were on the planet and in the United States of America in 1972, you couldn’t help but sing along, could you?
There was a song that played everywhere, country music stations, pop music stations, easy listening stations. The song: "Happiest Girl In The Whole USA."
The singer (and writer) of this song that became something of a ‘Happy Anthem’ was a lady named Yvonne Vaughn.
Who? Well, we all knew her by her stage name. She was Donna Fargo.
This former High School teacher from Southern California was singing part-time in clubs when she wrote and recorded the song that would come to define her career.
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