Little Girl (Syndicate of Sound song)
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Little Girl"Little Girl" is a popular songrecorded by the Californiagroup Syndicate of Sound. It reached the US national pop charts in June 1966, peaking at # 8.
A version by British group
The Bannedwas a UK hit in 1977.
List of 1960s one-hit wonders in the United States
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