The Knack - My Sharona (Official Music Video)

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Published 2009-03-11

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  • @Randman64
    That bass line is otherworldly!!! I love the whole song
  • @cindytrumm3358
    Who's still listening too this in 2024? I absolutely love it 💕
  • @Atombender
    This is the most infectious song of 2020 so far.
  • @lanakrajcer
    For everyone who's curious Doug Fieger, 25 at the time (the singer) fell in love with a girl from a clothing store named Sharona Alperin, 17 at the time, but they were both in relationships at the time. He broke up with his girlfriend and went after Sharona. They were messing around, although she was still in a relationship. They started dating a while after he wrote a few songs for her; including My Sharona, That's What the Little Girls Do and (She's So) Selfish. They were together for 5 years, but broke up when alcoholism took over Doug. They remained friends. Sharona was with Doug during his last week, when he died of cancer. Also, Doug stated he wrote My Sharona from a 14-year-old boy's perspective.
  • @olimpiab8870
    My dad has been singing “my corona” all day and now he’s shown me why... it’s pretty lit
  • I always thought "My Sharona was a cutting edge music!!!!!!!!!" It is 2024 and I think this song will be cuting edge for the edges to come. Long live "The Knack!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • @nnr997
    This song always makes me want to rewatch Monk.
  • @Tom-xe9iq
    I'd just come to NYC in the summer of 79 and this song was blasting on the radio. I asked a nice Jewish girl what Sharona was all about. She told me it was about her ... Well, naughty bits. I later found out that Sharona was a girl's name! I was so naive at 23! Thanks, Robin!
  • @adude394
    Like everybody else who was in a band back then, I lost count of the number of times I played "My Sharona". It never failed to get people up and boppin'! Can somebody explain how 45 years have gone by so quickly???
  • @olivierdew1418
    Once in a while, I go back to this song! It made me quit my job in Belgium late 90's. To join a Boston grunge band for several years /insane years of recklessness. Met my future wife before moving back to Belgium. Hearing this song makes me wonder how, why music can push you to do amazing stuff?! When I explain this story to my son while we're listening to this! He just shrugs! & say"you are crazy! " (Tim Boston)
  • This came out the summer before 9th grade for me. What a blast from the past. A time so full of life and parties and fun. We were immortal and full of hormones. I'm so grateful I got to grow up in the 70's.