1 Dancing on the Ceiling 2 Hello Stranger 3 You Don't Have to Prove a Thing to Me 4 Sailor Boy 5 No 6 Mairzy Doats 7 Let Me Tell You About Johnny 8 Too Young 9 The Gypsy 10 Only You 11 PS - I Love you 12 Candy Store Blues 13 Yes-Sir-Ree 14 Trade Winds 15 Steady Eddy 16 Pink Shoe-Laces 17 Yes, I'm Lonesome Tonight 18 I Fall to Pieces 19 Turn Around 20 I Wore Out My Record 21 The In Between Years 22 The Five Pennies 23 Rockin' Robin 24 Just a Dream 25 To Know Him Is to Love Him 26 Poor Butterfly 27 I Cried 28 So Let's Dance 29 You Made Me Love You 30 Over the Rainbow 31 Where or When 32 Someone to Watch Over Me
Dodie Stevens (born Geraldine Ann Pasquale, 17 February 1946, Chicago, Illinois) is an American pop singer. She is best known for her 1959 song "Pink Shoe Laces", which made her a star when she was only 13 years old. Stevens married at the age of sixteen and moved to Missouri and lived on a farm. A few years later, she had a daughter, Stephanie. Soon thereafter, in 1966, she ended her marriage and resumed her singing career. She took additional vocal lessons and in 1972 began appearing and recording with Sergio Mendes and Brasil '77. In the ensuing years she toured as a backup singer with such recording artists as Loretta Lynn, Frankie Avalon, and Boz Scaggs, and for twelve years with Mac Davis. In the 1990s, as Geri Stevens, she toured with Fabian and her own company "Dodie Stevens and The Pink Shoe Laces Review." Recently, she has performed with her daughter Stephanie and appeared at oldies concerts across the country. She also teaches singing and stage performance out of her studio in San Diego County.
Although Ms. Stevens is a trained vocalist possessing considerable vocal range and dynamics, she gained fame and will likely always be best remembered for "Pink Shoe Laces," which is essentially a novelty song with the verses spoken in hiphop-like staccato fashion.