"Help Me, Rhonda" is a song written by Brian Wilson and Mike Love for American rock band The Beach Boys. Originally released as "Help Me, Ronda" in March 1965 on The Beach Boys Today!, it was later revised for single release. The single version titled "Help Me, Rhonda" peaked at number one in the United States making it the second Beach Boys single to reach that position after "I Get Around" in 1964. The single version was later released on the Summer Days (And Summer Nights!!) album in June, 1965. "Help Me, Rhonda" was the first single to feature a lead vocal by Al Jardine and typically compilations use the "Rhonda" single version. The lyrics of "Help Me, Rhonda" tell a narrative of how a male was attracted to a girl who then found another man, and so to aid the healing process, he begs Rhonda to help him. Before a concert at Merriweather Post Pavilion, Brian Wilson revealed, "There is no Rhonda."