Red Rubber Ball" is a pop song written by Paul Simon and Bruce Woodley of The Seekers and recorded by The Cyrkle, whose version reached № 2 on the US Billboard Hot 100, and in South Africa and New Zealand. In Canada, the song reached № 1. "Red Rubber Ball" is sung from the perspective of a man who has is exiting (or has recently exited) an unfulfilling relationship in which his significant other never gave him much attention or affection. He now looks forward to the future with a positive attitude.
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Red Rubber Ball is the debut album by The Cyrkle and was released in 1966, on Columbia Records CS 9344 (stereo) and CL 2544 (Mono). It reached on the Billboard Top LPs chart.
Album · 1965 · 19 Songs. Red Rubber Ball (A Collection). The Minx (The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack).
Red Rubber Ball (LP, Album, San). MHCP 683. The Cyrkle. Red Rubber Ball (CD, Album, Car). Sony BMG Music Entertainment. Red Rubber Ball (LP, Album, Mono).
Album · 1966 · 18 Songs. Red Rubber Ball (A Collection) The Cyrkle.
Album: The Graduate, 2002. Co-written by Paul Simon (of Simon and Garfunkel) and Bruce Woodley (of The Seekers).