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->''"Last night I met a new girl in the neighbourhood, whoa yeah\\
Somethin' tells me I'm into something good"''

Herman's Hermits were a British band fronted by Peter Noone which recorded many hits of TheSixties, including but not limited to "I'm Into Something Good," "No Milk Today," and "Mrs. Brown, You've Got A Lovely Daughter."

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!!Tropes:

* BreakupSong: The minor-key "No Milk Today."
* BritishAccents: "Mrs. Brown, You've Got A Lovely Daughter" and "I'm Henry VIII, I Am" were never released as singles in England, primarily because Noone sang them in an outrageously exaggerated Cockney accent.
* TheBritishInvasion: Maybe not the major players that Music/TheBeatles were, but they were major {{Teen Idol}}s and reliable hitmakers for a few years, with eleven Top 10 hits in the US and nine in the UK.
* CoverVersion: "Wonderful World" (originally by Music/SamCooke) and "Silhouettes" (originally by the Rays)
* ExcitedShowTitle: "Hold On!"
* HaveAGayOldTime: "The company was gay" from "No Milk Today".
* IAmTheBand: Peter Noone.
* LyricalDissonance: "I'm Henry VIII, I Am", which is about a guy who just married ([[HorribleJudgeOfCharacter obliviously]]) an apparent BlackWidow with some very specific tastes in men.
* SillyLoveSongs: The Hermits could rival the best of them in this department.

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