Dreams can and
do come true!
Be the first to
and you'll win
a date with me,
Sound too good
to be true?
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"Louie Louie" - Kingsmen (January 1964,
highest chart position #2)
"I Saw Her Again" - Mamas and the Papas
(August 1966, highest chart position #5)
"I'm Looking Through You" - Beatles
(track from December 1965 album
"Do You Wanna Dance" - Beach Boys
(April 1965, highest chart position #12)
"Sky Pilot" - Eric Burdon and the Animals
(July 1968, highest chart position #14)
"Baby (You've Got What it Takes)"
- Brook Benton and Dinah Washington
(April 1960, highest chart position #5)
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If, by some stretch of the imagination, you do not wish to take part in the contest and go out with me :( you can scroll down and read the correct answer below:
Each recording contains a blooper of some kind, a mistake,
a mispronounced lyric or a false start.
"Louie Louie" - false start, vocal - "Me," the first word in the verse that starts with "Me see Jamaica" is sung too soon and repeated.
"I Saw Her Again" - false start, vocal "I saw her....." is sung too soon and repeated.
"I'm looking Through You" - The stereo U.S. version contains a guitar false start.
"Do You Wanna Dance" - false start, vocal - Dennis Wilson started to sing "squeeze me, baby" one verse too soon when it should have been "kiss me, baby." It came out "skiss me, baby."
"Sky Pilot" - mispronounced word - "He'll stay behind" is sung by Eric Burdon as "he stale behind" which gives it a whole new meaning. (LOL)
"Baby (You've Got What it Takes)" - false start (vocal) This is probably the most glaring mistake ever left in a finished recording. Brook Benton jumped in and began singing Dinah Washington's part of the duet. As the story goes Dinah stormed out of the studio after the track was recorded and refused to complete a scheduled album of duets with Brook.