Seventeen Ain't Young

Seventeen Ain't Young

"Seventeen Ain't Young" was a Bubblegum pop song written by American composer Jeff Barry for The Archies 1968 debut album "The Archies". It was covered by Frankie Howson (with another Archies song) in 1969 [Ross Laird, (1999?), "The Sixties: Australian rock & pop recordings, 1964-1969" held at the National Film and Sound Archive, accessed on-line at: PDF p 134] and became a Top 40 hit in Australia, his recording was produced by Australia's legendary DJ Stan Rofe.


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