Calendar Girl

Album: All Time Greatest Hits (1960)
Charted: 8 4
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  • I love, I love, I love my calender girl
    Yeah, sweet calender girl
    I love, I love, I love my calender girl
    Each and every day of the year

    (January) You start the year off fine
    (February) You're my little valentine
    (March) I'm gonna march you down the aisle
    (April) You're the Easter Bunny when you smile
    Yeah, yeah, my heart's in a whirl
    I love, I love, I love my little calender girl
    Every day (every day), every day (every day) of the year
    (Every day of the year)

    (May) Maybe if I ask your dad and mom
    (June) They'll let me take you to the Junior Prom
    (July) Like a firecracker all aglow
    (August) When you're on the beach you steal the show

    Yeah, yeah, my heart's in a whirl
    I love, I love, I love my little calendar girl
    Every day (every day), every day (every day) of the year
    (Every day of the year)

    Wooh
    Yeah, yeah, my heart's in a whirl
    I love, I love, I love my little calender girl
    Every day (every day), every day (every day) of the year
    Every day of the year
    (September) I light the candles at your sweet sixteen
    (October) Romeo and Juliet on Halloween
    (November) I'll give thanks that you belong to me
    (December) You're the present 'neath my Christmas tree

    Yeah, yeah, my heart's in a whirl
    I love, I love, I love my little calender girl
    Every day (every day), every day (every day) of the year
    Every day of the year
    I love, I love, I love my calender girl
    Yeah, sweet calendar girl
    I love, I love, I love my calender girl
    Yeah, sweet calendar girl Writer/s: Howard Greenfield, Neil Sedaka
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn February 13th 1961, "Calendar Girl" by Neil Sedaka peaked at #4 (for 1 week) on Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart; it had entered the chart on December 13th, 1960 at position #100 and spent 15 weeks on the Top 100 (and for 5 of those 15 it was on the Top 10)...
    Between 1958 and 1980 he had thirty Top 100 records; with nine making the Top 10 and three reaching #1 ("Breaking Up Is Hard To Do" for 2 weeks in 1962, "Laughter In The Rain" for 1 week in 1975, and "Bad Blood" for 3 weeks also in 1975)...
    Mr. Sedaka will celebrate his 75th birthday next month on March 13th (2014).
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