|Single by Esther and Abi Ofarim|
|Released||28 February 1968 (United Kingdom)|
|Writer(s)||Mason Williams, Nancy Ames|
The song features yodelling and a somewhat 1920s style lyrics and music. Perhaps surprisingly, the structure of the song is a twelve-bar blues.
According to Radio Caroline DJ Andy Archer, the song was the last to be played on Radio Caroline South on the night of 2-3 March 1968, before its radio ship (like that of its sister station Radio Caroline North) was towed into harbour over unpaid debts on the morning of 3 March.
- in Spain, spanish pop vocal group Los Quando's, released a spanish version titled "Mi Cenicienta" in an EP single from 1968 with lyrics from Julio Guiu Sr.
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|UK number one single
28 February 1968
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