Come Back When You Grow Up
|"Come Back When You Grow Up"|
|Single by Bobby Vee and The Strangers|
|from the album Come Back When You Grow Up|
|Released||June 9, 1967|
|Label||Liberty Records 55982|
|Bobby Vee and The Strangers singles chronology|
"Come Back When You Grow Up" is a song written by Martha Sharp and performed by Bobby Vee and The Strangers. The song was a comeback for the 24 year-old Vee, and it reached #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1967. The song appeared on his 1967 album, Come Back When You Grow Up.
The song was produced by Dallas Smith and arranged by William Hood.
A slightly longer version from the album features a brief instrumental introduction before Vee comes in, while on the single version, the song begins with Vee's singing.
- Johnny Tillotson recorded a version which was included on his 1967 album "Here I am".
- Los Freddy's released a version entitled "Cuando Seas Mujer" on their 1968, Mató Mi Corazon.
- Leif Garrett released a version as a single in 1976, which did not chart.
- Bobby Vee, "Come Back When You Grow Up" Chart Positions Retrieved February 7, 2014
- Bobby Vee, Come Back When You Grow Up Retrieved February 7, 2014
- Bobby Vee, "Come Back When You Grow Up" single release Retrieved February 7, 2014
- "Billboard Top 100 - 1967". Archived from the original on January 2, 2014. Retrieved February 7, 2014.
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