Did you know? Based on the original version by Ruby and the Romantics entitled 'Hey There Lonely Boy,' Holman's slightly altered cover went on to become one of the most popular smooth soul hits of 1970.
Did you know? In the lyrics, the singer assures his friend that he's gonna lose his girl if he doesn't take care of her -- and he'll be the one to take her from him. This threatening tune was parodied by The Ramones, who released 'You're Gonna Kill That Girl.'
Did you know? The Beach Boys rocked the "surf-rock" genre, releasing songs such 'Surfin' Safari,' 'Surfing USA,' 'The Rocking Surfer' and 'Surf Girl' throughout their long career.
Did you know? This 1962 girl song has been covered by everyone from Tracey Ullman to Jon Bon Jovi -- and even titled everything from 'She Wants To Be Bobby's Girl' to '(I Wish I Was) Bobby's Girl.'
Did you know? Gary Puckett -- along with The Union Gap -- released 'Young Girl' in 1968; and while the girl song only hit No. 2 in the US, the song went all the way to No. 1 in the UK.
Did you know? It reached No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1960, the same year his others hits 'You Mean Everything to Me,' 'Stairway to Heaven,' and 'Run Samson Run' charted.
Did you know? Originally written by The Beach Boy's Brian Wilson while in a LSD-induced haze, the song was later famously covered by Van Halen lead singer David Lee Roth, with background vocals by by Beach Boy Carl Wilson and singer/songwriter Christopher Cross.
Did you know? A special song for brown-eyed girls everywhere, Van Morrison's signature track was the confessed favorite of former Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush -- both of whom have spouses with (hopefully!) brown eyes.
Did you know? Sung mostly in falsetto, the song was recorded in the same recording session as their similar-sounding hit, 'Sherry.' Both peaked at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 in 1962.
Did you know? The signature Temptations song was penned by The Miracles' Smokey Robinson and Ronald White, becoming their first No. 1 hit. Since then, this top girl song has gone on to inspire many covers and even a full-length film starring Macaulay Culkin.