It may have been the Beatles era but on July 18, 1964, The Four Seasons reached the top of the charts for the fourth time.
“Rag Doll” is the eternal story of the poor girl. The song originated in the mind of Bob Gaudio when he stopped at a traffic light and a little girl ran out and cleaned his window hoping for a tip. Gaudio later said she looked like a rag doll.
The song entered the BILLBOARD Pop Chart June 20, 1964, and a month later it was number one, where it remained for two weeks. It remains of the classic pop songs of the 1960’s.