8. "The Girls Of Summer" by Stephen Sondheim from Girls of Summer
Slightly less of a showtune than the rest of this list, "The Girls of Summer" is an incidental song Stephen Sondheim contributed to N. Richard Nash's 1956 Broadway play, Girls of Summer. I'm including it because it's a Sondheim song and therefore noteworthy, and it was also featured in the Sondheim revue Marry Me A Little. Also, "The Girls of Summer" has a very unique vibe, sort of moody, jazzy and bitchy — perfect for listening to on the beach while you judge other people.
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