Here we have an oldies song, one from the 1960’s. What might we glean from it? A fair bit I might think.
Here we have the late teen falling for the bad-boy, or perhaps a bad-boy wanna-be. Some (very often women) deny that this is a thing, as it is embarrassing. Still, it is obviously there> Why might it be embarrassing? Obviously, there is no long term future with a such a fella. In the system in existence in the 1960’s (and partly today), this was obviously stupid, unless one was just interested in his hot seed. Any way, these people don’t want this brought up, so I will stop now.
Her dad probably hoped that she would come to her senses on her own, but she didn’t. So he put his foot down and told her that the boyfriend had to go. Here we have the father as the protector of his daughter. These days, with SIW women, this really isn’t a thing. Though it probably should be. Furthermore, back then, she felt obligated to obey him. Good luck with that today.
Times change, not necessarily for the better.
Exit question: How embarrassed (if any) are modern women for falling for bad-boys (especially pseudo-bad-boys)?