Oh My My (the Monkees song)

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"Oh My My"
The Monkees single 12 Oh My My.jpg
US single cover
Single by the Monkees
from the album Changes
B-side"I Love You Better"
Released1 April 1970
Format7"
Recorded7 February 1970
New York City, NY
GenrePop rock
Length2:57
LabelColgems #5011
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)Jeff Barry
the Monkees singles chronology
"Good Clean Fun"
(1969)
"Oh My My"
(1970)
"Do It in the Name of Love"
(1971)

"Oh My My" is a song by the Monkees, released on April 1, 1970 on Colgems single #5011. It was the final single released during their original 1966–70 run. The song was written by Jeff Barry and Andy Kim and recorded February 5, 1970. It made it to No. 98 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, their last entry until 1986. The B-side was "I Love You Better", also written by Barry and Kim. By now, The Monkees were a duo consisting of Micky Dolenz and Davy Jones, and both sides of the single were sung by Dolenz. Both songs are from Changes, the Monkees' final studio album until 1987's Pool It! which was followed by "Justus" in 1996.

References[edit]

  • Joel Whitburn Billboard Top Pop Hits
  • Rhino Changes CD booklet