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Help Me Girl

"Help Me Girl"
Single by Eric Burdon
from the album Eric Is Here
B-side "That Ain't Where It's At"
Released September 1966
Format 7" single
Recorded 1966
Genre R&B, motown, soul
Length 2:34
Label MGM Records
Writer(s) Scott English/Larry Weiss
Producer(s) Tom Wilson
Eric Burdon singles chronology
"See See Rider"
(1966)
"Help Me Girl"
(1966)
"When I Was Young"
(1967)

"Help Me Girl" is a song performed by Eric Burdon in 1966. It was billed to Eric Burdon for his 1967 solo album, Eric Is Here which also featured drummer Barry Jenkins, the only group member to remain during the transition from the "first" Animals group to the "new" lineup. It reached number 29 on the U.S. charts and number 14 on the UK charts.

At the same time, The Outsiders released it as a single reaching number 37 on the U.S. charts.

"Help Me Girl" was covered a few times and was the only single of Burdon's solo album.

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