She's Just My Style

Album: She's Just My Style (1965)
Charted: 3
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  • Every time I see her she don't even look my way,
    Maybe she will notice me, but then what would I say?
    I would say what's on my mind,
    But the words are hard to find,
    But I'm gonna try to tell her anyway.
    Don't you know that she's just my style,
    Everything about her drives me wild,
    Don't you know that she's just my style,
    Everything about her drives me wild,
    Don't you know that she's fine, so fine.
    Other guys who meet her may not think she's much to see,
    I can't begin to tell you what she always does to me,
    Maybe it's the clothes she wears,
    Or the way she combs her hair,
    Oh, that makes me want to tell her that I care.
    Don't you know that she's just my style,
    Everything about her drives me wild,
    Don't you know that she's just my style,
    Everything about her drives me wild,
    Don't you know that she's fine, so fine.
    (Guitar Solo)
    Maybe it's the clothes she wears,
    Or the way she combs her hair,
    Oh, that makes me want to tell her that I care.
    Don't you know that she's just my style,
    Everything about her drives me wild,
    Don't you know that she's just my style,
    Everything about her drives me wild,
    Don't you know that she's fine, so fine.
    Don't you know that she's just my style,
    Everything about her drives me wild,
    Don't you know that she's just my style,
    Everything about her drives me wild...
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Comments: 6

  • James from Diamond Bar Ca So awesome like the ultimate teen crush song - Gary Lewis so many great tunes
  • Nicholas Difabbio from 06437Not sure what he's talking about regarding lip syncing, pretty much everyone else played live on the Sullivan show including The Beatles, Stones, Doors
  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn December 4th, 1965, Gary Lewis & The Playboys performed "She's Just My Style" on the Dick Clark ABC-TV Saturday-after program, 'American Bandstand'...
    The very next day on December 5th the song entered Billboard's Top 100 chart at position #57, four weeks later on January 2nd, 1966 it would peak at #3 {for 4 weeks} and it spent twelve weeks on the Top 100...
    As note above, "She's Just My Style" was the fifth of seven straight records by the group to make Billboard's Top 10 list, and the seven were their first seven charted records...
    After the above seven, they charted eight more times on the Top 100, their biggest non-Top 10 record was "My Heart's Symphony", it peaked at #13 in 1966...
    Original bassist Allan Ramsay passed away at the young age of 42 on November 27th, 1985.
  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn February 27th 1966, Gary Lewis & the Playboys performed "She's Just My Style" on the CBS-TV program 'The Ed Sullivan Show'...
    Two months earlier on December 5th, 1965 it entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart at position #57; and on January 2nd, 1966 it peaked at #3 (for 3 weeks) and spent 12 weeks on the Top 100 (and for 5 of those 12 weeks in was on the Top 10)...
    R.I.P. bassist Allan Ramsay (1943 - 1985) and Gary Lewis, born Gary Harold Lee Levitch, will celebrate his 69th birthday in five months on July 31st (2014).
  • Matthew from Toronto, OnIf they were going for that happy-go-lucky, upbeat sound the Beach Boys were initially famous for, Gary & company certainly succeeded. It has a raucous, uptempo feel, very easy to sing along with, and always a welcome play on the radio. A well-deserved smash, and a much superior effort to their #1 This Diamond Ring, in my opinion.
  • Daevid from Glendale, CaProduced by Leon Russell, simply a great,great song!
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