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Connie Francis

Carolina Moon / Stupid Cupid

  • Oldies
  • Pop
  • Rock
  • Space
  • Disco
song from
  • 1958
  • 2010
  • 1952
  • 1959
  • 1980

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“Stupid Cupid” is a song written by Howard Greenfield and Neil Sedaka which became a hit for Connie Francis in 1958. In the spring of 1958 Francis had hit #4 with her breakout hit, a rock ballad version of the standard “Who’s Sorry Now?“. The similarly-styled follow-up”I’m Sorry I Made You Cry” had barely reached the Top 40 and Francis recalls: “I knew I had to come up with a hit on the third record. It was crucial. I listened to every publisher’s song in New York, but nothing was hitting me.“ Eventually Don Kirshner of Aldon Music had Greenfield and Sedaka, who were staff writers for Aldon, visit Francis at her home to pitch their songs; after listening to a number of ballads - which both Francis and her visitor Bobby Darin felt were too sophisticated to appeal... Read on...

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More songs by Connie Francis (See Charts): Jive Connie, My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own, Where The Boys Are, Who'S Sorry Now, Mama / Robot Man, Barcarole In Der Nacht, Don'T Break The Heart That Loves You, Everybody'S Somebody'S Fool, Wenn Du Gehst, and Die Nacht Ist Mein.

Popular in Space (See Charts): Live Forever, Milord, Face A La Mer, Je Veux, Nothing'S Impossible, Après La Pluie, A Forest, Wishing (If I Had A Photograph Of You), Looking Inwardly, and Peace Sells.


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