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Artificial Flowers, recorded on August 18, 1960 and released on September 9, 1960, is a song about a poor 9 year-old girl named Anne. It was released as the A side of Somebody to Love.

The song was written by Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick and produced by Ahmet Ertegun, Nesuhi Ertegun and Jerry Wexler. Conductor and arranger of the Bobby Darin-Version of the Song is Richard Behrke.

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  • Avatar for SayonaraKansas
    What a depressing song dang haha. He sounds so good though.
  • Avatar for EGOFF3377
    BOBBY WAS IN A CLASS BY HIMSELF!!
  • Avatar for yakkowarner
    This was one of George Clooneys selections on 'Desert Island Discs' (a reference for UK members only I suspect) - "give her the real thing"
  • Avatar for pamidee
    I had this record when I was just a preschooler.I would play it and wonder why no one helped little Annie.But I was a Bobby Darin Fan,and Sandra Dee's,too.
  • Avatar for sovay
    jerry & sheldon = lyrical geniuses! sad & beautiful song indeed
  • Avatar for pennypinprick
    well if that doesn't make me want a drink....nothing else could
  • Avatar for PandaGetSad
    SWEET sound , Bobby Darin !!!! ♥
  • Avatar for Dame_Haze
    damn she froze to death making fake flowers thats sad:( true story teller
  • Avatar for MagnusMastah
    Aww! Such a sad song, but so very very good.
  • Avatar for daslava
    Absolutely superb!

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