Some Kind of Wonderful (disambiguation)

Some Kind of Wonderful may refer to:

*"Some Kind of Wonderful", a song written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King and most notably recorded by The Drifters
*"Some Kind of Wonderful" (Soul Brothers Six song), a 1967 song by Soul Brothers Six, most notably covered by Grand Funk Railroad
*"Some Kind of Wonderful" (film), a film released in 1987


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