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Georgy Girl

by

The Seekers



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This was featured in the 1966 movie of the same name. Set in London, the film is a comedy/romance starring Lynn Redgrave.
The Seekers sang two different sets of lyrics over the credits and the titles of the movie. A different version was recorded and released as the single. (thanks, Brad Wind - Miami, FL)
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Comments (11):

On January 29th 1967, "Georgy Girl" by the Seekers peaked at #2 {for 2 weeks} on Billboard's Hot Top 100 and spent 16 weeks on the chart {for 8 of those 16 weeks it was on the Top 10}...
And on March 25th, 1967, in the quartet's native Australia, reached #1 {for 1 week} on the Kent Music Report char
For the two weeks it was at #2 on the Top 100, the #1 record was "I’m A Believer" by the Monkees...
Also in 1967 it was covered by the Baja Marimba Band; their version was on the Top 100 for a one week stay at position #98...
The music for the song was composed by Tom Springfield, the brother of Dusty.
- Barry, Sauquoit, NY
Amazing song! This was the very first 45 I bought with my OWN money when the song first came out. I was just a wee lad.
- Michael, Akron, OH
Judith sings with an angel's voice in this song. At her words "inside you" my heart always stops for a beat..
- Krzysztof, Laziska Gorne, Poland
"Georgy Girl" was nominated for Best Song at the 1966 Academy Awards {Lost to "Born Free"}!!!
- Barry, Sauquoit, NY
what a great sound!so many memories of the swingin'60's when I hear this masterpiece.
brings a smile to my heart, and a tear to my eye!
- steve dotstar, los angeles, CA
This is an awsome, amazing song. So smooth and full of knowledge!
- emma, guelgh, ON
I think that there might be a Broadway play with the same name.There was also a different set of lyrics for this version of 'Georgy Girl.'
- Julia, Richland, WA
Judith Durham: lead vocals
Athol Guy: double bass, vocals
Keith Potger: twelve string guitar, banjo, vocals
Bruce Woodley: guitar, mandolin, banjo, vocals
- Lynn, Melbourne, Australia
The full Seekers were
Judith Durham: lead vocals
Athol Guy: double bass, vocals
Keith Potger: twelve string guitar, banjo, vocals
Bruce Woodley: guitar, mandolin, banjo, vocals
Suzie
- Lynn, Melbourne, Australia
The lyrics in the movie (over both the opening and closing) differ in several ways from the single version. I imagine there must have been another recording session to produce the single eventually released.
- Clarke, Pittsburgh, PA
The Seekers were Judith Durham and three other Australians whose sound and spirit has never been duplicated. They symbolize the optimism of '60's folk music.
- Mark, Lancaster, OH
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