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People in the UK may have been slow to appreciate that an increasing number of hits were being written by women, because ‘You were on my mind’ and other female-penned songs were covered by male singers and groups – like the Searchers doing ‘When you walk in the room’.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CE3ydXSjOBs.

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I'm sure I remember some of the wrestlers miming this for a lark on Ready Steady Go, with Mick McManus miming the high-pitched part and having bread and butter forced into his mouth at the end.
Mick McManus is indeed listed as a guest on ‘Ready Steady Go’ at imdb.
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1237237/

When artistes were unavailable to perform their hits, RSG had more imaginative ways of presenting their songs than wheeling out Pans People. For example:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cajq2AlucaM
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