Ann-Margret BYE BYE BIRDIE title song

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Overactivedreamer : I actually like the first part better.

Not Carlie : "Bir-hee"

Marci Stahl : Doesn't this song make you want to have a nice, refreshing, yet low-calorie, can of Patio?

Johnny : Lol when Sal re-enacted this for his wife she was like "OMG my husband is gay" xD

Useless2112 : BYE BYE BUR HEE

pazuzu002 : The song fits to the Mad Men Scene when Betty Draper shot a pigeon....

Kathy Lopez : the reason why she sounds bad in the first half is because she was immature with an unhealthy obsession with a star. her singing voice is supposed to reflect that. in the 2nd half (the end of the movie), she realizes her actual boyfriend is what's most important to her and that she wasted her time fangirling over some jerk singer who could care less about her. she matured more, and so did her singing.

ThunderLaugh : "Men want her and women want to be her." - Don Draper. "Women do not want to be her."  - Peggy Olson "Yes they do Peggy."  - Don.

Chad Furlong : Don Draper you are a brilliant ad man. Getting me to this vid 50 years later....

Inflatable Conan : What a performance. Flawless, original delivery.

La FuAzz : Mad Men someone?

sixtyeight Whiskey : I'm guessing Madmen is responsible for about 95% of the hits this video has recieved. :)

Bebo18 : The way she sings the second Caaareeee is amazing!! At 1:09!!!!

Sab G : all i hear is "berd-hee"

apark02 : I always interpreted the purpose of showing this song as a foreshadowing to Don's eventual divorce from Betty. His nickname for her was Birdie, hence bye bye Birdie.

lilskylie123 : who came mad men?

Kevin Asir : "It makes your heart hurt." -Don Draper

John Haring : This song is the soundtrack to Sal Romano's life

XieYali : I agree with Peggy.

Trevor : How many people came here cuz they saw it on Mad Men? Lol

Bryan Southard : one moment youre on top of the world, the next, a secretary is running you over with a lawn mower

L G : Mad Men still brings me here.

Jenna Ramos : 1:30 I have no idea whats she doing with her arms...

xxNikkeh : Like if Mad Men brought you here.

Chris Larimore : Good Lord she is so so gorgeous

Brita Purvis : Bye, bye sugar ... *Hello, Patio!!!!!*

IndisputableAttitude : I just found out this was done on a special-made treadmill.  It was in an interview with her for the Oscars.

Jacob Thompson : The second part when she's more "mature" is so much hotter than the first part and that was even attractive.... Could she be anymore attractive?!

OMR : she´s singing "Birhie" not Birdie

star trek : why does she say "BYE, BYE BERDHIE"? instead of "BIRDIE"??? LOL

Cassius Allen : Burrhee

Zack Briggs : Why does she say BURR-HEE?

ultraroadmap : I guess people don't get that Ann was singing as a naive teen during the first half...the second half she is singing as a woman......and sexy as hell!!

Lucas Capitolo : bye bye birdHE

AwesomeNightman : I can't belive how much charisma she has.

Jeffrey Lyons : This video shows why Ann-Margret was hot in the 1960's.

Ronald Scott : That was quite the shimmy!

uhhsam : The blue background is the main star of this song. Who can think about this without thinking 'blue background'?

San Francisco Professor : When Mad Men shows that whole hard-nosed ad group sitting there staring at the screen, half-stunned, watching her sing this, that's exactly how it was. Matthew Weiner, the show's creator, remembers correctly the impact this clip had. As the Coke jingle said, "It's the Real Thing./ In the back of your mind/ What you were hoping to find/ It's the Real Thing." The American Dream included this perfect American teenage girl, as part of it. And-- here she was, in the flesh. 

Maddy Perennity : The official title track of #Twitter's demise.

Venus : Lol the reason why she sings like this in the first half is because it symbolizes that her character in the movie (Kim McAfee) was immature. Because throughout the movie as a fifteen year old, she blows off her boyfriend Hugo for Conrad Birdie's attention, and looses her mind whenever he's around, fan girling over him. Picture a five year old fussing because she doesn't get a doll that she wants. Ann Margret is a fifteen year old crying over the man she wants and can't have, who by the way, has been drafted into the army. Her voice sounds a bit more mature in the second part because she has realized that Birdie isn't all that, and Hugo matters more. She has matured, and therefore is kindly yet sadly wishing him farewell, no longer "boo-hooing" over him.

Cliff Roberson : I like Ann Margaret, never seen this musical... Is it just me or is this just awful?

Michael Keupp : When Ann Margaret sang the intro every high school guy in the audience fell in love with her. Over 50 years later I am still in love. Perfect!

Dam son : God she's beautiful.

Brad Hardy : And with this opening, a star was born! Just like Garland's "Over the Rainbow...same deal

Pururu : Her voice is unusual. It may sound irritating, but somewhat it keeps you listening to it.

Seth Stone : Too young to know this movie. Was introduced by madmen. But still. Ive watched this clip probably a hundred times. All I know is that I have never seen a modern woman as charming as this short clip.

Carrie Smith : Why is the grown ass woman singing like she's 8?

The Famous Redpunk : Funny how people come here and talk crap about her voice. Maybe if you saw the movie you would get the point of it sounding like that.

ghost face : Can't belive i'm watching this in 2014! Damn we miss ladys like this!