Stacey’s mom does have it going on!

Just last year, Fountains of Wayne made big pop news with the surprise hit “Stacy’s Mom.” Now they’re being called one-hit wonders.
Remember the Donnas? They’re the California girl band famed for “Take It Off,” their hit rock song on Billboard’s charts √≥ way back in 2003.
They, too, are performing in the Run Hit Wonder race in New York’s Central Park on July 20, where bands with only one big song play along the route.
“I hate to admit it, but it’s kind of accurate,” Fountains of Wayne’s Adam Schlesinger told The New York Post. “At this point we are a one-hit wonder.”
You can quibble about the lineup, but there’s no disputing how popular the Nike-sponsored run has become in a year’s time.
More than 10,000 New Yorkers have already paid $20 to reserve a spot along the five-mile course in the park’s lower loop.
Last year, for New York’s first such event, the roster was more faithful to the definition of one-hit wonder bands, with performances from Devo (“Whip It”), A Flock of Seagulls (“I Ran [So Far Away]”), Tone-Loc (“Wild Thing”) and Tommy Tutone (“867-5309/Jenny”).
This year’s performers, on the other hand, include acts who’ve technically had more than one hit √≥ like rap artist Chingy (“Right Thurr” and “Holidae Inn”) and ’80s rocker Joan Jett (“I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll” and “Crimson & Clover”).
One dollar of each entry will go to “Save CBGB,” the fund to help prevent the downtown punk club from closing (