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Younger Girl - Lovin' Spoonful

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Published on Aug 24, 2008

The 10th track of the album "Do You Believe in Magic"

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bobba fett
My wife is 6 years younger than me. So at the young age of 63 I still have a younger girl! She also makes more money than me so I think I scored!!!!!
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toby blake
I'm 66 and must be going thru my 2nd childhood, cause I love the Lovin Spoonful more than when they were popular on top 40 stations where I was raised in the 50s and 60s in LA. We took them for granted and thought rock n roll would last for ever. I'd bet John is still pickin n grinnin., what a great artist, John Sebastian. 
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Robert Taggett
I'm right there with you Toby Blake.   We all thought it would last forever.   I'm still 20 you know for the past 42 years and will never get older.
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George Drifter
Ahhh . . . life was never better!  Some of the best music to ever come down the pike.  So many great memories imprinted to the Lovin Spoonful music. I'd have to say that being a kid in the 60's was great, and made so much better by all the fabulous music of that decade. Spoonful, Beatles, Beach Boys, Sonny & Cher, The Seeds, The Animals, Stones, The Mama's and the Papas, Jan and Dean, Ventures, Peter & Gordon, Jackie Deshanon, Cream, The Spinners, Temptations, The Supremes and on and on and on . . . . . .
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horarwgt
This, of course, is John's original version of a classic song.  The hit version was by The Critters and you can find it here on You Tube.  Lead singer of The Critters was Don Ciccone, who would later sing lead on The Four Seasons' last #1 hit, "December 1963 (Oh What A Night)."
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Claudette Preisinger
Although I like the Critters' version, I always liked the Spoonful's version better. Maybe because they sound so laid back. Lots of great memories here. Thanks for the post :)
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Tim McCarthy
Did you hear the Roman Polanski version of this?
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steve tjehlt
very memorable! A visual song! This was a song I thought about a lot when I thought about girls back in the day. I have never stopped singing this song since 1967.
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Matthew Morrison
The music of the 1960's was the best as well as immortal. The guys who ran the record companies had balls and good taste unlike record execs today. Most music today is absolute rubbish.
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John Spinak
How sad-- All the history and values forgotten. yesterdays truth and goodness is now being erased and what systems we held dear and now being erased. So sad so many have been lied too over the years.
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