YMMV / Herman's Hermits

  • Covered Up: "I'm Henry The Eighth, I Am," a novelty song which originated in 1910.
    • "I'm Into Something Good," written by Carole King and originally recorded by Earl-Jean of The Cookies in 1964 (Herman's Hermits would record their version later that year).
  • Epic Riff: "Mrs. Brown, You've Got A Lovely Daughter" may have the cutest Epic Riff of all time.
  • Face of the Band: Peter Noone.
  • Newer Than They Think: "Mrs. Brown, You've Got A Lovely Daughter" is not an old music hall song, as many people assumed (unlike "I'm Henry VIII, I Am"). It was written in 1963.
  • Signature Song: Either "I'm Into Something Good" or "I'm Henry VIII, I Am." 60s pop lovers know all the words to both.
  • Song Association: "I'm Into Something Good" was prominently featured in The Naked Gun, during Jane and Frank's first date. (It's a re-recording, but still!)