Music to Watch Girls By – The Bob Crewe Generation

The Bob Crewe Generation released the 1967 instrumental single “Music to Watch Girls By” (originally composed as a Diet Pepsi commercial jingle) on DynoVoice. The song became a Top 20 hit and spawned another successful instrumental version by Al Hirt and a vocal hit by Andy Williams.

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6 thoughts on “Music to Watch Girls By – The Bob Crewe Generation

  1. I have music going through my head whenever I watch girls…
    Can’t Touch This…
    Feel Like Makin’ Love…
    One Is The Loneliest Number…
    I Wanna Hold Your Hand…
    My Boyfriend’s Back And Your Gonna Be In Trouble…
    What’s Your Name Little Girl…
    Help I Need Somebody…
    Why Can’t We Be Friend’s….
    … I am calling the cops, you creepy old bastard… No, this is not a song title or lyric… this is what she said after I followed her for two blocks singing all these songs.

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