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“Lipstick on Your Collar” is a song written by Edna Lewis (lyrics) and George Goehring (music) which was a 1959 hit single for Connie Francis. Francis recorded the song 15 April 1959 in a session at Metropolitan Studio (NYC) produced and conducted by Ray Ellis. Veteran guitarist George Barnes contributed a solo to the track. To provide a contrasting B-side for the upbeat track, a ballad from the same session: “Frankie”, was utilized. This Howard Greenfield/ Neil Sedaka composition was inspired by Frankie Avalon. “Lipstick on Your Collar” became the first uptempo Connie Francis single to reach the US Top Ten, peaking at 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 in July 1959. That summer the track also reached 3 UK and became Francis’ first Top Ten hit in Australia at 4.