- A chiptune version of Somebody Stole my Gal arranged by Jimmy Weckl appears in KONAMI's 1990 Japan-only puzzle game Moai-kun (モアイくん?) for the Nintendo Famicom. It plays in every even-leveled song in the game.
- Somebody Stole My Gal is a popular song originally composed by Leo Wood in 1918. A later cover by Ted Weems and his orchestra in 1922 helped propel it to a million-selling song that year. It has since been covered by many bands, and heard in several films.
- Somebody Stole My Gal's charts were made by wac.
- Somebody Stole My Gal received a new ENJOY MODE jacket in pop'n music 17 THE MOVIE, which replaced the old text (ナニワ, naniwa) with Somebody Stole My Gal's title.
- Somebody Stole My Gal was the final license from pop'n music 9 to be removed from the pop'n music arcade games, staying all the way up until pop'n music 20 fantasia.
- Naniwa, the genre of Somebody Stole My Gal, can be translated as "What the!?". The word itself was the former name of the Osakan region of Japan. The song's rival characters, P-1&P-2, are dressed in stereotypical outfits of a Japanese manzai comedy duo, complete with the mannerisms of the stand-up acts and paper fan.
- Somebody Stole My Gal is the only licensed cover in pop'n music to appear on the MUSIC PLAYER for pop'n music on the ULTIMATE MOBILE games.
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Difficulty & Notecounts
pop'n music difficulty rated from 1 to 43 through pop'n music 20 fantasia.
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