Some Girls is an album by The Rolling Stones, released in 1978. Widely considered a highlight of their output and the best of their post-Exile on Main Street records, the album revitalized the band's career upon its release and re-established The Rolling Stones as a vital rock and roll band in an era infused with punk rock and disco.
Some Girls (formed in 2001) is an American indie rock trio composed of Juliana Hatfield (guitar and vocals), Heidi Gluck (electric bass guitar, keyboard, harmonica, lap steel guitar, and vocals) and Freda Love (drums and vocals). The group's songs are generally melodic, upbeat, and lighthearted.
"Some Girls" is the third single from Funky Dory, the debut solo album by Rachel Stevens, released in the summer of 2004. It was produced by Richard X, and received a mixed reception from pop-music critics. The song was the official charity single for Sport Relief 2004 in the UK.