Not so much the lyrics or inherent meaningfulness, but the MUSICALITY and INSTRUMENTATION! For example, Treat Me Like a Lady by Lesley Gore recorded for her 1967 album California Nights If you're not a fan of 1960s teenybopper music, just look past the lyrics and listen to the instrumentation and musicality of it. Feel the rhythm, try and appreciate the melodies. Listen to the piano, the horns, and the background harmonies. It sounds great! I really do thoroughly enjoy some of this stuff. Also, Lesley Gore was a hell of a singer even though some might say you can't really take her music from the 1960s very seriously. Not me saying that, just going off of what I've observed. Thoughts?