Sunday, March 15, 2020

Sunday Music: Good Girls Don't

When mostly one-hit wonders The Knack (quick proof: name their second album...) tried to follow up their debut monster track "My Sharona" (lately known as "My My My My Corona"), they almost pulled it off with this little gem. Risqué without graduating to pure porn, and a little too spot on for middle America at the time, it's still a great track. And thanks to YouTube, it lives forever.


nick flandrey said...

I've got this disc in my car. Gets regular play (which is something I didn't get at the time.) I'm glad there is a youtube version even if they changed the line about "sittin' on your face...."

Play at full volume and sing along, you'll feel better!


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RandyGC said...

Another college memory.

Thanks Aesop

RandyGC said...

I wrote the last while listening. I see you got the "puttin' you in your place" AM radio version.

LSP said...

Ha! The Knack. Remember My Sharona?

Anonymous said...

Aesop. Put this song up. Fitting.