My Boy Lollipop
Featured in Episode
Top Chart Position (Hot 100)
2 (July 4, 1964, one week)
Year Released
My Boy Lollipop
Morris Levy, Johnny Roberts
RIAA Certification
Sequence song appears
Librizzi and Charlie in soda shop
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"My Boy Lollipop" is a song performed by Millie Small, recorded on the album My Boy Lollipop in 1964. The song appeared in the Miami Vice episode "Lombard".


  • The song was one of the first hits of the Jamaican ska music style. It topped the music charts in Ireland and was also a #2 hit in England.
  • There is an urban legend that a then-unknown Rod Stewart played the harmonica in the song, however the actual harmonica player was a performer named Pete Hogman of the Pete Hogman Blues Band of the 1960s.
Millie Small-My Boy Lollipop (1973)01:54

Millie Small-My Boy Lollipop (1973)

Video to "My Boy Lollipop"

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