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Where the Boys Are
Connie Francis
Writer(s) Neil Sedaka
Howard Greenfield
Producer(s) Jesse Kaye
Recorded 1960 (Original version)
2011 (Cover version)
Length 2:37

"Where the Boys Are" is a song by sung by Connie Francis for the soundtrack of the 1960 film of the same title.

Cover versionEdit

Lana Del Rey recorded a cover the song during 2011. On March 6, 2011, Del Rey posted a link to the song on her Facebook with the caption, "I'm Doing A Sick Cover of This Song".[1] Del Rey's cover of the song was never released or leaked, but on March 23, 2016, she posted a video of herself listening to the original version on Instagram.[2]

LyricsEdit

Where the boys are
Someone waits for me
A smiling face, a warm embrace
Two arms to hold me tenderly
Where the boys are
My true love will be
He's walking down some street in town
And I know he's looking there for me

In the crowd of a million people
I'll find my valentine
Then I'll climb to the highest steeple
And tell the world he's mine

'Til he holds me
I wait impatiently
Where the boys are, where the boys are
Where the boys are, someone waits for me

'Til he holds me
I wait impatiently
Where the boys are, where the boys are
Where the boys are, someone waits for me

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