He's So Shy

Album: Special Things (1980)
Charted: 3


  • June Pointer sang lead on this song about a woman who wants to meet up with a guy who she's completely taken with. Unfortunately, she can't get him to approach her because of his shyness. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Mike - Santa Barbara, CA
  • This was written by Tom Snow and Cynthia Weil. Snow wrote a lot of music for movies, including "Let's Hear It For The Boy" from Footloose. Weil wrote many famous songs with her husband Barry Mann, including "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'."

Comments: 2

  • Stephan Koot from DelftThis song was meant for Leo Sayer and was originally called She's So Shy. Source: Fairytale by Anita Pointer and Fritz Pointer.
  • Pam from Taylor, MiUs women love them shy boys. A great song...one that brings back many memories of this young man I knew wanted me...but I was a married woman. He has sinced passed...but I will always carry a torch in my heart for him. R.I.P.....Del
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