Mark Wynter (born Terence Sidney Lewis; 29 January 1943) is an English actor and former singer, who had four Top 20 singles in the 1960s, including "Venus in Blue Jeans" and "Go Away Little Girl". He enjoyed a lengthy career from 1960 to 1968 as a pop singer and teen idol, but developed later into an actor in film, musicals and plays. With his early musical career on a proper footing, Terry Lewis decided to change his name to lessen the confusion with the American comedian, Jerry Lewis.
Go Away Little Girl" is a popular song written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King. It was first recorded by Bobby Vee for Liberty Records on March 28, 1962. The lyrics consist of a young man asking a young woman to stay away from him, so that he will not be tempted to betray his steady girlfriend by kissing her. The song is notable for making the American Top 20 three times: for Steve Lawrence in 1962 (US for The Happenings in 1966 (US and for Donny Osmond in 1971 (US It is also the first song, and one of only nine, to reach US by two different artists. Ripples, Volume 6: Jingle Jangle Mornings released: 2000. City of Fear released: 1997. Shadows released: 1992. Teenage Rebels! - Summer in the City released: 1992.
Mark Wynter & The Babs Knight Singers. 14. To Love and Be Loved. A Fellow Needs a Girl. 20. Cinnamon Cinder (It's a Very Nice Dance). 21. The Boy You're Kissin'.
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|A1||Go Away, Little Girl
Written-By – Goffin, King*
|A2||That Kinda Talk
Written-By – Mitch Murray
|B1||Venus In Blue Jeans
Written-By – Greenfield*, Keller*
|B2||Please Come Back To Me
Written-By – Hatch*
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- Directed By [Accompaniment] – Bob Leaper (tracks: B2), Tony Hatch (tracks: A2)