I Wonder What She's Doing Tonight

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"I Wonder What She's Doing Tonight"
Single by Boyce and Hart
from the album I Wonder What She's Doing Tonite?
B-side "The Ambushers"
Released December 1967
Genre Pop rock
Length 2:43
Songwriter(s) Tommy Boyce, Bobby Hart
Producer(s) Tommy Boyce, Bobby Hart
Boyce and Hart singles chronology
"Love Every Day"
(1968)
"I Wonder What She's Doing Tonight"
(1967)
"Goodbye Baby (I Don't Want To See You Cry)"
(1968)

"Love Every Day"
(1968)
"I Wonder What She's Doing Tonight"
(1968)
"Goodbye Baby (I Don't Want To See You Cry)"
(1968)

"I Wonder What She's Doing Tonight" is a song written, produced, and sung by Boyce and Hart. The song was arranged by Artie Butler. Entering the Billboard Hot 100 at #87 just before Christmas 1967, it became a true hit in 1968, reaching #7 on the Cash Box chart and #8 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.[1] The song features a trumpet solo by Marvin Stamm. The song also features the voice of Tommy Boyce, quickly saying to Bobby Hart, before the third verse, "All right, Bobby, let's go."

A different song with the same title was recorded and released in 1963 by the doo wop group Barry & the Tamerlanes. Still another song with the same title was recorded by Russell Smith in 1989.

Other recorded versions[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Boyce & Hart charting singles Retrieved 09-21-11