It's funny that you added "Barbara George" at the end, when you meant "Barbara Mason," since Barbara George was yet another Barbara from the early 60s who were mostly remembered for one song. In her case, it was "I Know (You Don't Want Me No More)", which was referenced by Sam Cooke in "Havin' a Party" ("play that one called I Know"). Barbara Mason, Barbara Lewis, Barbara George...Barbs of a feather!
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