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  • Lost Girl Lyrics: I've lost my girl / I can't express / My grieve / My sorrow / My emptiness / I hope someday / That she'll hear my plea / And with opened arms / She will run to me / Yes, she will.
  • "Lost Girl" was the debut single of The Troggs; on the April 29, edition of ITV's London Tonight news programme, vocalist Reg Presley visited London's Tin Pan Alley where he pointed out to the reporter the Regent Sounds Studio at number 4 Denmark Street where the song was recorded. He said that (as far as he knew) it was played precisely once on the radio, on Radio Luxembourg, at 3am.
  • Label: Repertoire Records - REPUK • Format: CD Album, Remastered, Unofficial Release • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Garage Rock, Pop Rock The Troggs - From Nowhere (CD) | Discogs Explore.
  • The Troggs: Title: From Nowhere: Label: Hansa: Cat No: 74 IT: Format: 1 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo: Format Quantity: 1: Media Condition: Very Good (VG) Sleeve Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+) Comments: Record has very light hairline surface marks and plays with a little crackle in quieter passages. Cover shows some scuffing, an entry tear.
  • Love Is All Around - When Will the Rain Come. Modifier l'album Reporter une erreur. Single, , Fontana, Hansa, Page One Records.
  • Lost Girl This song is by The Troggs and appears on the album From Nowhere () and on the compilation Nuggets II: Original Artyfacts from the British Empire and Beyond, ().
  • From Nowhere, an Album by The Troggs. Released 25 July on Fontana (catalog no. TL ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Garage Rock. Featured peformers: Reg Presley (vocals, bass, ocarina), Pete Staples (bass, rhythm guitar), Chris Britton (guitar), Ronnie Bond (drums), Larry Page (manager).
  • The Troggs' debut British LP was substantially different, and distinctly inferior to, their first American long-player (), although eight of the songs appear on both olousouttrenlaposedichmanungsmaral.coinfo tracks unique to the British edition are all covers: "Ride Your Pony" and the obscure "The Kitty Cat Song" (both taken from Lee Dorsey), "Louie Louie," and Chuck Berry's "Jaguar and Thunderbird.".