"Runaround Sue" is a pop song, originally a US No. 1 hit for the singer Dion during 1961 after he split with the Belmonts. The song ranked No. 342 on the Rolling Stone list of "The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time". It tells the story of a disloyal lover.
"Runaround Sue" was covered by Leif Garrett in 1978. His version reached number 13 on Billboard and number 18 on Cash Box. In 1980, English group Racey released a cover version which reached number 13 on the UK charts. Gary Glitter also covered the song on C'mon... C'mon The Gary Glitter Party Album (1997).
G-Eazy covered it in his 2011 album The Endless Summer.
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“Apart, we think we wish ourselves together,
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