Always one of my favourites from Hair for its cutie-pie quality. I think it encapsulates a certain kind of teenage girl, forward but fickle, scared but full of bravado. And that's very unusual for a song to do; the complexity of pubescent girls is very rarely explored without titillation and / or simplicity.
Sandie, hardly a teen herself at 23, nevertheless gives this a very beautiful interpretation in French. Her accent to me sounds good but what do I know, I can barely manage "la plume de ma tante".
Good accompaniment arranged by her long-time collaborator Ken Woodman.
from Pourvu Que Ca Dure (EMI 7243 5 91576 2 7), available on CD
Kevinattheabbey: There is now an English version available of Sandie's 'Frank Mills' (previously unreleased).
It's on 'Reviewing The Situation' (EMI 7243 8 66108 2 9)
Also has a great cappella version of Paul McCartneys 'Junk' on it.