I put this up because some schmuck decided to block my original post from view in "your country." Well! Take that, because I found a BETTER version in STEREO!
The Mascots were a Swedish pop group formed in Stockholm in 1963, heavily inspired by British pop and Merseybeat . The group broke through the fall of 1964 with the song Baby, Baby. Other hits were among the other A Sad Boy, Stones Fell, Call Me Your Love and Words Enough to Tell You, which I heard for the first time in 1967 on a flexidisc the girl down the street received in the mail from her pen-pal in Denmark.
The Mascots were offered a recording contract in England, on one condition: that they should change the band's name to The Swedish Design, which they refused. The Mascots final attempt to break through internationally was with the single Moreen / Baby You're So Wrong, released in 1968 on ABC Records in New York. The group made their last gig in August 1969.