I Never Thought It Peculiar

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  1. Jul 31,  · Herman’s Hermits are one of those bands that have dated quite damn well. Since the passing of time has largely discarded the unattractive sorting-hat of credibility, we can now truly appreciate the Hermits’ chiming, catchy, bopping Brit Invasion rumble and their very real commitment to honoring American soul music and Brill Building songcraft.
  2. Aug 27,  · So I never thought it peculiar When you stopped to ask me the time And I don't think it's terribly peculiar That now, little girl, you are mine There are no guilty pleasures in pop music. It's pop music ferchrissakes. As I approach my 60th birthday, I'm still the boy who loved The Monkees, the boy who fell in love with girls, the boy who.
  3. D C D So, I never thought it peculiar, when you C D stopped to ask me the time. G A D G And I don't think it's terribly peculiar, that now, A D little girl, you are mine. OUTRO: G .
  4. I NEVER THOUGHT IT PECULIAR (Tommy Boyce / Bobby Hart) The Monkees I never thought it peculiar That you never gave me a smile. I wasn't socially suited To make it worth your while. Oh no and I never thought it peculiar That my heart always beat like a drum.
  5. I never thought it peculiar That you never gave me a smile, I wasn't socially suited To make it worth your while. Oh, no, and I never thought it peculiar That my heart always beat like a drum Each time I would see you walk by me, You were as pretty as they come. So I sent some flowers to your doorstep, And wrote on the card: "I love you." I don't know why.
  6. I Never Thought It Peculiar (Letra/Lyrics) By tommy boyce and bobby hart i never thought it peculiar that you never gave me a smile. i wasn't socially suited to make it worth your while. oh no and i never thought it peculiar that my heart always beat like a drum. each time i would see you walk by me you were as pretty as they come.
  7. I never thought it peculiar That you never gave me a smile. I wasn't socially suited To make it worth your while.
  8. One of the leftovers from the sessions from the More of the Monkees album, this song didn't surface until the Changes album. Originally tracked in autumn .

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