I love Bryan Ferguson. He and Howard are friends with the fat guy Mark Volman, in the Turtles band.

April 15, 1964, Wednesday. Bitchen day. Want to go out with Byran Ferguson. He’s so bitchen, but still like Dave Kendal best. Doug Cooper is a BUG.

Was so hot I wore a bathing suit under my dress. Got gas and went t Marilyn’s to use her hairspray, cause I’m afraid to ask mommy to buy me anymore…She’s in a bad mood and I don’t want to start a fight. In Gym Mrs. Mc Niven sent me to Mr. Blunt’s office for wearing a bathing suit to school. The school thought I was going to ditch and go to the beach. There was nothing he could do because there is no rule saying we can’t wear bathing suits as underwear. Marilyn was called up too. Mr. Blunt was bitchen, but got gym detention, can’t figure out why? Went to the beach after school…Dave Kendal, Doug Cooper, Bryan Ferguson, Bryan, Lew and everyone was there. Doug just kept staring at me, even though I was real mean to him. Bryan Ferguson found out I wasn’t going with Howard and was extra friendly. (If you’re going wit a guy, usually his friends will treat you cool, until you break up and are on the loose again.)  I hope Bryan asks me out. I flirted wit him. Got mad at Marilyn for flirting with Dave K. (Wish I hadn’t brought her.) Doug called when I got home. Lauri came over. Bryan Ferguson, is the drummer in the band that plays at all the Westchester dances. He and Howard are friends with the fat guy Mark Volman, in the Turtles band.

The Turtles – Greatest Hits ( Full Album )

Saffrons Rule The Turtles

The band, originally a surf-rock group called the Crossfires, was formed in 1965 in Westchester, California, by Howard Kaylan and Mark Volman

The Turtles-It ain’t me babe

The Turtles Happy Together with Lyrics

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