Boy Meets Girl is the debut album by American pop singer-songwriters George Merrill and Shannon Rubicam, also known as Boy Meets Girl. It was released on A&M Records in 1985, and was their only disc for the label. The album included the band's first top 40 hit on the Billboard pop chart, when "Oh Girl" peaked at No. 39.
The album was written by Rubicam and Merrill, with one outside writer receiving co-credit on one track. The music is much different from their later work as it has a more prominent hard rock influence. Merrill and Rubicam would go on to pen hits for Whitney Houston and get a contract with RCA Records, which would release their second full-length album, Reel Life, three years later. That record would provide them with their sole top-ten hit as a recording act, "Waiting for a Star to Fall."