Heard today on the 60s channel of XM Radio: Tommy Roe's "Sweet Pea."
What it reminded me of: How much I love the purest examples of bubblegum pop music.
Bloggable question that formed soon after: What are the very greatest examples of bubblegum pop?
Obvious problem perceived in answering this question: Where is the line between bubblegum and nonbubblegum?
Solution: Don't get sidetracked into defining the term. Just try to find the quintessential bubblegum pop song!