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"Some Girls" is a pop song by the British pop group Racey; it was their third single release. The song was written by Nicky Chinn and Mike Chapman, produced by Mickie Most, and released in 1979 on the RAK Records label. The song was a big hit for Racey in Britain and Ireland, reaching number two in both countries; in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa it reached number one. The song was covered by Barry Manilow on his 1982 album Here Comes the Night. Irish country musician Mike Denver has also performed this song live at many of his concerts. Although "Some Girls" never broke into the charts in the United States, it is with some irony that the song was used in season 11, episode 21 of Happy Days, titled "Good News, Bad News", in which Charles "Chachi" Arcano (Scott Baio) receives news that his song has entered the charts. The bad news hinted at in the episode's title refers to Chachi being diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes and viewing it as a death sentence. In the episode the opening bars of "Some Girls" are heard on the radio in the Cunningham's lounge room at the start of the episode and again at the end of the episode on the jukebox at Al's Diner. 


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2010
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Some girls will, some girls won't
Some girls need a lot of lovin' and some girls don't
Well, I know I've got the fever but I don't know why
Some say they will and some girls lie

So here I am in front of you
Not really knowing what to do
My heart is feeling something new
Nervously I turn away from you
I see the looks you're sending me
Is this the way it's meant to be?
It's something we should talk about
Just give me time to work it out

Some girls will, some girls won't
Some girls need a lot of lovin' and some girls don't
Well, I know I've got the fever but I don't know why
Some say they will and some girls lie

I find your company to be
Something completely new to me
Now that I know you socially
Obviously I'll fall heavily
I've seen those looks you're sending me
This is the way it's meant to be
There's nothing left to talk about
Oh, how I wish you'd work it out

Some girls will, some girls won't
Some girls need a lot of lovin' and some girls don't
Well, I know I've got the fever but I don't know why
Some say they will and some girls lie

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Racey

Racey were a British pop group, formed in 1976 in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, England, by Clive Wilson and Phil Fursdon. They achieved success in the late 1970s and early 1980s, with hits such as "Lay Your Love on Me" and "Some Girls". Their 1979 song "Kitty" was an international hit in 1981 for Toni Basil when she reworked it into "Mickey". more »

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Written by: MICHAEL DONALD CHAPMAN, NICHOLAS BARRY CHINN

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