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June 14th, 2021 under Connie Stevens and Joely Fisher

Connie Stevens recorded a song called Tick Tock in the ’60s. Now, 60 years later, we are all about TikTok. Therefore, she thinks both of their worlds should merge, and I agree with the 82-year-old legend.

She wrote this with her debut video, “In 1961 I recorded this song ‘Tick Tock’ So I guess that makes me the OG. ❤️ #Fyp #NightDoneRight #superstar #TikTok #sundayfunday🍻 #yasssqueen”

Let’s get this trending. If Paul Anka’s Put Your Head On My Shoulders could make a comeback via the social media site, why can’t a song that shares the same name as it do the same?


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[ # 1266537 ] Comment from Martin Melucci [April 14, 2022, 10:26 pm]

Connie Stevens’ “Tick Tock”, is from 1970. It was beautifully recorded at Sigma Sound (I’m guessing by Joe Tarsia), produced, arranged, conducted by the legendary Thom Bell, with backing from what became known as MFSB, including the amazing Earl Young on drums. It’s a great record…

[ # 1266546 ] Comment from Jett Woodward [April 15, 2022, 3:23 pm]

It certainly is,and I hate to argue with sweet Connie,but she recorded it in 1969 or 1970,not 1961. The Vogues recorded it a few years earlier. Who are the lovely ladies in this video with Connie?

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