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Ben thinks it's because "American women are better conversationalists.

I think it's just a different society, and here people are more open to different experiences and are maybe more vivacious."So, there you have it, ladies and gents.

Nationwide, single young men outnumber their female counterparts.

The overall male-to-female ratio is 10 among single adults ages 25 to 34.

Over half (57%) of young adults ages 25 to 34 in the metro area, which includes Sunnyvale and Santa Clara, were single in 2012.

(Our Mapping the Marriage Market interactive displays the results of all available U. metro areas, as well as the reverse ratios of employed women to men and all men to all women.) Also high on the list is the Denver area.

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Among all single young adults, there were 141 men for every 100 women in this area.

Many popular movies amplify this Anglophilia; "Love Actually," "Notting Hill" and "The Holiday" all feature beautiful American women getting swept off their feet by a charming Englishman.

But, while Ben admits the cute accent may be the initial draw, ultimately making it to a real relationship takes a lot more than just an adorable habit of calling an English muffin a 'crumpet.' "I think initially it's the accent, but beyond the accent, I think the chivalry is something that they like.

Every single thing in this song is me."He shares that with "My Girl," he decided to write of all the things he gets to see in his girl that others don't always see: the way she looks at him, how she smiles when she's holding a baby and images of her as she's praying on her knees before she goes to bed."This is a really special song for me, it's all true," he shares.

"All the lyrics mean something, all the little things that I see that nobody else gets to see.

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