Who Sang Lipstick on Your Collar? Connie Francis

Connie Francis Sings Rock N' Roll Million Sellers cover art

Some other versions of "Lipstick on Your Collar"
Credits
publisher: ©Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: George Goehring, Edna Lewis
release date: 1959
genres: Rock Folk, World, & Country
styles: Ballad/Easy Listening/Schlager/Vocal
(yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
(yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)

When you left me all alone at the record hop
Told me you were going out for a soda pop
You were gone for quite a while, half an hour or more
You came back and man oh man this is what I saw

[Chorus]
Lipstick on you collar told a tale on you
Lipstick on you collar said you were untrue
Bet your bottom dollar you and I are through
'cause lipstick on you collar told a tale on you, yeah

You said it belonged to me, made me stop and think
Then I noticed yours was red, mine was baby pink
Who walked in but Mary Jane, lipstick all a mess
Were you smoochin' my best friend, if the answer's yes

Lipstick on you collar told a tale on you
Lipstick on you collar said you were untrue
Bet your bottom dollar you and I are through
'cause lipstick on you collar told a tale on you, boy

Told a tale on you, man



Told a tale on you, yeah

Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Heartbreak Hotel
  • 2 Tweedle Dee
  • 3 I Almost Lost My Mind
  • 4 I Hear You Knockin'
  • 5 Just A Dream
  • 6 Don't Be Cruel
  • 7 Lipstick On Your Collar
  • 8 Sincerely
  • 9 Ain't That A Shame
  • 10 Silhouettes
  • 11 I'm Walkin'
  • 12 It's Only Make Believe

  • Album Information
    label: MGM Records
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl