His only charter in the USA was the song She's My Girl, but in my opinion this was a much better record. Unfortunately it got released in America right around the time Petula Clark's "Downtown" was released, and already sounded dated by that time. This one got ignored by radio. It should've been a top 40 hit and had it been released a year earlier it probably would have been. I don't believe it's even been reissued on cd anywhere, either (at least not legitimately), which is a shame. I'm wild about this record, I'm sure some of you out there will dig this as much as I do! The flipside of this one is just killer as well and I will post it at a later time. I also have no idea who Bobby Shafto was, but I can only assume that was not his real name. He had several singles on the Rust label in the USA, and plenty more on Parlophone in the UK. The flip side of this single, I'll Never Get Over You, never even saw release in his own country! This is a great two-sider and I hope you dig this side as much as I do!