In all seriousness, our younger readers may not believe this, but there really WAS a Dutch invasion of the American pop charts in the late 60s.
No kidding -- an indie record label called Colossus, run by a guy named Jerry Ross, who seems to have been one of the more colorful music biz hustlers of the period -- signed up a bunch of Dutch artists and actually scored a bunch of hits.
The most famous being -- still -- "Venus" by Shocking Blue. Deservedly.
This one, however, has irked me for decades now.
"Ma Belle Amie" by the too-cutely monikered The Tee-Set.
Let me stipulate up front that this is a very nicely produced record, and that the singer is not a bad simulacrum of certain Brit blues pop-rockers of the period.
Let me also stipulate up front that the song makes me want to shove pointed burnt sticks up my nose. Or the singer's nose, I'm not sure which.
Fun fact: The hippie chicks at my old school used to sing along to it as "Ralph Bellamy."