Popular Songs From 1966


SONGS FROM 1966: AIN'T - AS

Ain't Too Proud To Beg (I know you wanna leave me, but I refuse to let you go; if I have to cry to keep you, I don't mind weeping if it'll keep you by my side, ain't too proud to beg, sweet darling, please don't leave me girl, don't you go, ain't too proud to plead, baby baby) - 1966 - The Temptations

Alfie - 1966 - Cilla Black

All I See Is You - 1966 - Dusty Springfield

All Or Nothing - 1966 - Small Faces

Almost Persuaded – 1966 – David Houston

Along Comes Mary (and then along comes Mary; now my empty cup is as sweet as the punch)- 1966 - The Association

And She’s Mine – 1966 – The Guess Who

Another Tear Falls - 1966 - Walker Brothers

As Tears Go By (it is the evening of the day, I sit and watch the children play; I sit and watch as tears go by) - 1966 - The Rolling Stones

SONGS FROM 1966: BABY - BEND

B-a-b-y (baby, oh baby, I love to call you baby, baby, ooh baby, I love for you to call me baby, when you squeeze me real tight, you make wrong things right) - 1966 - Carla Thomas

Baby Ain't That Fine - 1966 - Gene Pitney and Melba Montgomery

Baby Scratch My Back – 1966 – Slim Harpo

Backstage - 1966 - Gene Pitney

Ballad Of The Green Berets, The - 1966 - Sgt. Barry Sadler

Bang Bang (my baby shot me down) - 1966 - Cher

Barbara Ann (went to a dance, looking for romance, saw Barbara Ann and I thought I'd take a chance) - 1966 - The Beach Boys

Barefootin' - 1966 - Robert Parker

Beauty Is Only Skin Deep - 1966 - The Temptations

Believe Me – 1966 – The Guess Who

Bend It - 1966 - Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich

SONGS FROM 1966: BLACK - BUT

Black Is Black (black is black, I want my baby back, grey is grey, since she went away oh-ho, but what can I do?, 'cause I, I'm feeling blue) - 1966 - Los Bravos

Blowin' In The Wind (the answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind, the answer is blowin' in the wind) - 1966 - Stevie Wonder

Blue River - 1966 - Elvis Presley

Blueberry Hill – 1966/1967 – The Loved Ones

Boa Constrictor – 1966 – Johnny Cash

Boom Boom (cover version) (boom boom boom boom, I'm gonna shoot you right down, knock you off of your feet, and take you home with me) – 1965/1966 – The Yardbirds

Born A Woman - 1966 - Sandy Posey

Born Free (mostly Instrumental with some background singers singing "born free, as free as the wind blows, as free as the grass grows, born free to follow your heart") - 1966 - Roger Williams

Born Free (born free, as free as the wind blows, as free as the grass grows, born free to follow your heart) (from the movie Born Free) - 1966 - Matt Monro

Boss's Daughter, The - 1966 - Gene Pitney

Breakin' Up Is Breakin' My Heart - 1966 - Roy Orbison

Bus Stop (please share my umbrella) - 1966 - The Hollies

But It's Alright (alright girl, you can hurt me, but it's alright; I hate to say I told you so, but baby, you've got to, got to reap what you sow) - 1966 - J.J. Jackson

SONGS FROM 1966: CALIFORNIA - CLOCK

California Dreamin' (all the leaves are brown, and the sky is grey, I went for a walk on a winter's day) - 1966 - The Mamas and the Papas

Caroline No – 1966 – The Beach Boys

Cheater, The - 1966 - Bob Kuban & The In-Men

Cherish (is the word I use to describe) - 1966 - The Association

Cherry, Cherry (she got the way to move me, Cherry, oh Cherry baby) - 1966 - Neil Diamond

Clock On The Wall – 1966 – The Guess Who

SONGS FROM 1966: COLD - CRYING

(In the) Cold Light of Day - 1966 - Gene Pitney

Coming On Strong - 1966 - Brenda Lee

Cool Jerk (I know a cat who can really do the Cool Jerk) - 1966 - The Capitols

Cry - 1966 - Ronnie Dove

Cry Like A Baby – 1966 – Aretha Franklin

Crying Time - 1966 - Ray Charles

SONGS FROM 1966: DANDY - DISTANT

Dandy - 1966 - Herman's Hermits

Dandy - 1966 - The Kinks

Dangling Conversation, The - 1966 - Simon and Garfunkel

Day Tripper (she was a day tripper, one way ticket, yeah, it took me so long, to find out, but I found out) - 1965/1966 - The Beatles

Daydream (what a day for a daydream) - 1966 - The Lovin' Spoonful

Dead End Street - 1966 - The Kinks

Dedicated Follower Of Fashion - 1966 - The Kinks

Devil With A Blue Dress On/Good Golly Miss Molly - 1966 - Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels

Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind? (say yes to one and let the other one slide, it's not often easy, it's not often kind, did you ever have to make up your mind?) - 1966 - The Lovin' Spoonful

Dirty Water (I love that dirty water, oh Boston you're my home; frustrated women, have to be in by twelve o'clock) - 1966 - Standells

Distant Drums - 1966 - Jim Reeves

SONGS FROM 1966: DON'T - DUCK

Don't Answer Me - 1966 - Cilla Black

Don't Bring Me Down - 1966 - The Animals

Don't Mess With Bill (leave my Billy alone) - 1966 - The Marvelettes

Don't You Worry 'Bout Me - see Opus 17

Double Shot (Of My Baby's Love) - 1966 - Swinging Medallions

Down In The Alley - 1966 - Elvis Presley

Duck, The - 1966 - Jackie Lee

SONGS FROM 1966: EBB - EVERYBODY

Ebb Tide - 1966 - Righteous Brothers

Eight Miles High - 1966 - The Byrds

Eleanor Rigby (ah, look at all the lonely people; Eleanor Rigby picks up the rice in the church where a wedding has been, lives in a dream, waits at the window, wearing a face that she keeps in a jar by the door, who it it for?, all the lonely people, where do they all come from?, all the lonely people, where do they all belong?) - 1966 - The Beatles

Elusive Butterfly - 1966 - Bob Lind

Elusive Butterfly - 1966 - Val Doonican

Ever Lovin’ Man – 1966 – The Loved Ones

Everybody Loves A Nut – 1966 – Johnny Cash

SONGS FROM 1966: FEELIN' - FRANKIE

Feelin' Groovy – 1966 - See "59th Street Bridge Song"

59th Street Bridge Song, The (Feelin' Groovy) (slow down, you move too fast, you've got to make the morning last, just kicking down the cobblestones, looking for fun and feelin' groovy) - 1966 - Simon and Garfunkel

Fight Fire – 1966 – The Golliwogs

Five O'Clock World (when the whistle blows, no one owns a piece of my time) - 1966 - The Vogues

Flowers On The Wall (counting flowers on the wall, that don't bother me at all, playing solitaire 'til dawn with a deck of fifty-one, smoking cigarettes and watching Captain Kangaroo, now don't tell me there's nothing to do) - 1966 - Statler Brothers

Fool Am I, A - 1966 - Cilla Black

For No One - 1966 - The Beatles

Frankie And Johnny - 1966 - Elvis Presley

SONGS FROM 1966: GET - GOT

Get Away - 1966 - Georgie Fame

Girl - 1966 - St. Louis Union

Gloria - 1966 - Shadows of Knight

Go Away Little Girl - 1966 - The Happenings

God Only Knows (God only knows where I’d be without you) – 1966 – The Beach Boys

Goin' Back - 1966 - Dusty Springfield

Going To A Go-Go (don't you wanna go?) - 1966 - Smokey Robinson and the Miracles

Good Lovin' (I was feelin' so bad, I asked my family doctor just what I had, I said doctor, Mr. M.D., can you tell me what's ailing me) - 1966 - The Young Rascals

Good Vibrations (I'm picking up good vibrations) - 1966 - The Beach Boys

Got To Get You Into My Life (I was alone, I took a ride, I didn't know what I would find there, another road, well maybe I could see another kind of mind there; ooh, and I suddenly see you, ooh, did I tell you I need you, every single day of my life, got to get you into my life) - 1966/1968 - The Beatles

Got To Get You Into My Life - 1966 - Cliff Bennett & the Rebel Rousers

SONGS FROM 1966: GREEN - GUANTANAMERA

Green Grass - 1966 - Gary Lewis & the Playboys

Green Green Grass Of Home - 1966 - Tom Jones

Groovy Kind Of Love (any time you want to, you can turn me on to anything you want to, anything at all; wouldn't you agree, baby you and me got a groovy kind of love) - 1966 - The Mindbenders

Guantanamera - 1966 - Sandpipers

SONGS FROM 1966: HANKY - HITCH

Hanky Panky (my baby does the hanky panky) - 1966 - Tommy James & the Shondells

Happenings Ten Years Time Ago – 1966 – The Yardbirds

Hard Day's Night, A - 1966 - Peter Sellers

Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow? - 1966 - The Rolling Stones

Hazy Shade Of Winter (time, time, time, see what's become of me) - 1966 - Simon and Garfunkel

Hello, Hello – 1966/1967 - Sopwith Camel

Hello Walls - 1966 - Willie Nelson (songwriter)

Help Me Girl - 1966 - Eric Burdon & the Animals

Here, There and Everywhere - 1966 - The Beatles

Hey Girl - 1966 - Small Faces

Hey Joe - 1966 - The Leaves

Hey Little Girl – also see Little Girl

Hideaway - 1966 - Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich

High Time - 1966 - Paul Jones

Hi-Lili-Hi-Lo - 1966 - Alan Price Set

Hitch Hiker – 1966 – Bobby And Laurie

SONGS FROM 1966: HOLD - HURTING

Hold On! I'm A Comin' - 1966 - Sam and Dave

Hold Tight - 1966 - Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich

Holy Cow - 1966 - Lee Dorsey

Homeward Bound (I wish I was homeward bound) - 1966 - Simon and Garfunkel

Hooray For Hazel (I'm now on her list; hooray for Hazel, she put me down, hooray for Hazel, she made me a clown)- 1966 - Tommy Roe

How Does That Grab You, Darlin'? - 1966 - Nancy Sinatra

How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) – 1966 - Jr. Walker & the All Stars

Hungry (for the good things baby, hungry through and through) - 1966 - Paul Revere & the Raiders

Hurting Each Other - 1965/1966 – The Guess Who (also known as Chad Allan And The Expressions at the time)

SONGS FROM 1966: I

I Am A Rock (I am an island) - 1966 - Simon and Garfunkel

I Can't Control Myself - 1966 - Troggs

I Can't Let Go (I tried and I tried but I can't say goodbye; I'm just one of your lovers, and I know there are so many others, you do something strange to me baby, you got me going I need you baby I can't let go and I want you baby I gotta have your love, I can't let go) - 1966 - The Hollies

I Couldn't Live Without Your Love - 1966 - Petula Clark

I Feel Free - 1966 - Cream

I Got The Feelin' (Oh No No) - 1966 - Neil Diamond (songwriter)

I Just Can't Let You Say Goodbye - 1966 - Willie Nelson

I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself - 1966 - Dionne Warwick

(I Know) I'm Losing You - 1966 - The Temptations

I Need Somebody - 1966 - ?(Question Mark) & the Mysterians

I Put A Spell On You - 1966 - Alan Price Set

I Saw Her Again (last night; but what can I do? I'm lonely too) - 1966 - The Mamas and the Papas

I Want To Go With You – 1966 – Eddy Arnold

I Want You - 1966 - Bob Dylan

SONGS FROM 1966: IF - I'VE

If I Were A Carpenter - 1966 - Bobby Darin

I'll Remember You - 1966 - Elvis Presley

I'm A Believer (then I saw her face, now I'm a believer, not a trace of doubt in my mind, I'm in love, I'm a believer, I couldn't leave her if I tried) - 1966 - The Monkees

I'm A Boy - 1966 - The Who

(I Know) I'm Losing You - 1966 - The Temptations

(No, No) I’m Losing You – 1966 – Aretha Franklin

(I’m Not Your) Steppin’ Stone – 1966 – The Monkees

(I’m Not Your) Steppin’ Stone – also see I’m Not Your Stepping Stone

I’m Not Your Stepping Stone – 1966 - Paul Revere And The Raiders

I’m Not Your Stepping Stone – also see (I’m Not Your) Steppin’ Stone

I'm Ready For Love - 1966 - Martha (Reeves) and the Vandellas

I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry - 1966 - B.J. Thomas & the Triumphs

I'm Your Puppet - 1966 - James and Bobby Purify

(In the) Cold Light of Day - 1966 - Gene Pitney

Innamorata - 1966 - Gene Pitney

Inside-Looking Out - 1966 - The Animals

It Takes Two - 1966 - Marvin Gaye and Kim Weston

It's A Man's Man's Man's World - 1966 - James Brown

(But) It's Alright (alright girl, you can hurt me, but it's alright; I hate to say I told you so, but baby, you've got to, got to reap what you sow) - 1966 - J.J. Jackson

I've Got You Under My Skin - 1966 - The Four Seasons

SONGS FROM 1966: JEFF'S - JUST

Jeff’s Boogie – 1966 – The Yardbirds

Jenny Take A Ride! - 1966 - Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels 


Joker Went Wild, The - 1966 - Brian Hyland

Just Between You And Me – 1966 – Charley Pride

Just Like A Woman - 1966 - Bob Dylan

Just Like A Woman - 1966 - Manfred Mann

Just Like Me (it's just like me to say to you love me do and I'll be true; it's just like me, it's just like me, I'm not your fool, that's what "I'd" be) - 1966 - Paul Revere & the Raiders

Just One Smile - 1966 - Gene Pitney

SONGS FROM 1966: KEEP - KIDS

Keep On Runnin' - 1966 - Spencer Davis Group

Kicks (just keep getting harder to find; no you don't need kicks, you just need help girl) - 1966 - Paul Revere & the Raiders

Kids Are Alright, The – 1966 – The Who

SONGS FROM 1966: LADY - LET'S

Lady Godiva (she found fame, and made her name; how'd you like to be a star?, you're a girl who could go far) - 1966 - Peter and Gordon

Lady Jane - 1966 - The Rolling Stones

Lana - 1966 - Roy Orbison

Last Train To Clarksville (take the last train to Clarksville and I'll meet you at the station) - 1966 - The Monkees

Leaning On The Lamp Post - 1966 - Herman's Hermits

Legal Matter, A – 1966 – The Who

Let Me Be (let me be, let me be, to think like I want to, let me be, let me be, that’s all I ask of you, I am what I am and that’s all I ever can be) – 1965/1966 – The Turtles

Let’s Go Away For Awhile – 1966 – Beach Boys

SONGS FROM 1966: LIES - LITTLE

Lies - 1966 -Knickerbockers

Lightnin' Strikes (I can't stop, I can't stop myself, lightning is striking again) - 1966 - Lou Christie

Like A Baby - 1966 - Len Barry

Lil' Red Riding Hood (you sure are looking good, you're everything that a big bad wolf could want) - 1966 - Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs

Listen People - 1966 - Herman's Hermits

Little Boy (In Grown Up Clothes) – 1965/1966 – Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons

Little Darlin' (I Need You) - 1966 - Marvin Gaye

Little Girl - 1966 - Syndicate of Sound

Little Girl I Once Knew, The - 1966 - The Beach Boys

Little Man - 1966 - Sonny and Cher

SONGS FROM 1966: LOOK - LOVE'S

Look Through My Window - 1966 - The Mamas and the Papas

Love Is A Hurtin' Thing - 1966 - Lou Rawls

Love Is A Wonderful Thing – 1966 – Isley Brothers

Love Is Like An Itching In My Heart (and, baby, I can't scratch it) - 1966 - The Supremes

Love Letters - 1966 - Elvis Presley

Love Makes The World Go Round - 1966 - Deon Jackson

Loved One, The – 1966/1967 – The Loved Ones

Lovers Of The World Unite - 1966 - David and Jonathan

Love's Just A Broken Heart - 1966 - Cilla Black

SONGS FROM 1966: MAGIC - MESSAGE

Magic Town - 1966 - The Vogues

Mama - 1966 - Dave Berry

Mellow Yellow (they call me mellow yellow, quite right slick) - 1966 - Donovan

Men In My Little Girl's Life, The - 1966 - Mike Douglas

Merrie Gentle Pops - 1966 - Barron Knights

Message To Michael - 1966 - Dionne Warwick

SONGS FROM 1966: MICHELLE - MOTHER'S

Michelle ("ma belle", these are words that go together well, my Michelle; I love you, I love you, I love you, that's all I want to say, until I find a way, I will say the only words I know that you'll understand; I need to, I need to, I need to, I need to make you see, oh what you mean to me, until I do I'm hoping you will know what I mean, I love you) - 1966 - David and Jonathan

Michelle ("ma belle", these are words that go together well, my Michelle; I love you, I love you, I love you, that's all I want to say, until I find a way, I will say the only words I know that you'll understand; I need to, I need to, I need to, I need to make you see, oh what you mean to me, until I do I'm hoping you will know what I mean, I love you) - 1966 - Overlanders

Mirror Mirror - 1966 - Pinkerton's Assorted Colours

Mission Impossible Theme (instrumental) – 1966 - Lalo Schifrin

Monday, Monday (can't trust that day; every other day, every other day of the week is fine, yeah) - 1966 - The Mamas and the Papas

Monkees, The (theme from the tv show The Monkees) (hey hey, we’re the Monkees, and people say we monkey around, but we’re too busy singing to put anybody down) – 1966 - The Monkees

More I See You, The - 1966 - Chris Montez

Morningtown Ride - 1966 – Seekers

Mother's Little Helper (what a drag it is getting old; she goes running for the shelter of her mother's little helper) - 1966 - The Rolling Stones

SONGS FROM 1966: MUST - MY

Must To Avoid, A (she's a must to avoid) - 1966 - Herman's Hermits

Mustang Sally - 1966 - Wilson Pickett

My Girl - 1966 - Otis Redding

My Heart's Symphony - 1966 - Gary Lewis & the Playboys

My Love - 1966 - Petula Clark

My Mind's Eye - 1966 - Small Faces

My World Is Empty Without You (babe) - 1966 - The Supremes

SONGS FROM 1966: NEEDLE - NOWHERE

Needle In A Haystack – 1966 – The Twilights

Nessuno Mi Puo' Giudicare - 1965/1966 - Gene Pitney

19th Nervous Breakdown (here it comes, it's just your 19th nervous breakdown) - 1966 - The Rolling Stones

96 Tears (too many teardrops for one man to be crying; I'm gonna cry 96 tears) - 1966 - ?(Question Mark) & the Mysterians

No Matter What Shape (your stomach's in) (Instrumental) - 1966 - The T-Bones

No Milk Today - 1966 - Herman's Hermits

(No, No) I’m Losing You – 1966 – Aretha Franklin

Nobody Needs Your Love - 1966 - Gene Pitney

Nothing Comes Easy - 1966 - Sandie Shaw

Nothing's Too Good For My Baby - 1966 - Stevie Wonder

Nowhere Man (he's a real nowhere man, sitting in his nowhere land, making all his nowhere plans for nobody; nowhere man, please listen, you don't know what you're missing, nowhere man, the world is at your command) - 1966 - The Beatles

SONGS FROM 1966: OH - OVER

Oh How Happy (you have made me) - 1966 - Shades of Blue

On The Good Ship Lollipop – 1966 - The Wonder Who? (aka The Four Seasons)

One Has My Name (The Other Has My Heart) - 1966 - Barry Young

One In A Row - 1966 - Willie Nelson

One More Heartache - 1966 - Marvin Gaye

One On The Right Is On The Left, The – 1966 – Johnny Cash

Opus 17 (Don't You Worry 'Bout Me) - 1966 - The Four Seasons

Out Of Time - 1966 - Chris Farlowe

Over Under Sideways Down - 1966 – The Yardbirds

SONGS FROM 1966: PAINT - PLEASE

Paint It Black (I see a red door and I want to paint it black) - 1966 - The Rolling Stones

Paperback Writer (dear sir or madam could you read my book?, it took me years to write, will you take a look?, it's based on a novel by a man named Lear, and I need a job, so I want to be a paperback writer, paperback writer) - 1966 - The Beatles

Pied Piper, The - 1966 - Crispian St. Peters

Place In The Sun, A - 1966 - Stevie Wonder

Please Don't Stop Loving Me - 1966 - Elvis Presley

SONGS FROM 1966: POOR - PSYCHOTIC

Poor Dog (Who Can’t Wag His Own Tail) – 1966 – Little Richard

Poor Side Of Town (welcome back baby, to the poor side of town) - 1966 - Johnny Rivers

Pretty Flamingo - 1966 - Manfred Mann

Promises - 1966 - Ken Dodd

Proud One, The – 1966 – Frankie Valli

Psychotic Reaction - 1966 - Count Five

SONGS FROM 1966: QUESTA

Questa Volta – 1966 – The Yardbirds

SONGS FROM 1966: RAIN - RIVER

Rain - 1966 - The Beatles

Rain On The Roof - 1966 - Lovin' Spoonful

Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 (everybody must get stoned) - 1966 - Bob Dylan

Reach Out I'll Be There - 1966 - Four Tops

Red Rubber Ball (to you I'm just an ornament, something for your pride; the roller coaster ride we took is nearly at an end, I paid my ticket with my tears and that's all I'm gonna spend; and I think the worst is over now, "yes", it's "going to" be all right, the morning sun is shining like a red rubber ball) - 1966 - The Cyrkle

River Deep-Mountain High - 1966 - Ike and Tina Turner

SONGS FROM 1966: SAN - SEMI-DETACHED

San Antonio Rose - 1966/1967 - Willie Nelson

Save Me - 1966 - Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich

Secret Agent Man (they're giving you a number, and taking away your name) - 1966 - Johnny Rivers

See See Rider - 1966 - Eric Burdon & the Animals

See You In September - 1966 - The Happenings

Semi-Detached Suburban Mr. James - 1966 - Manfred Mann

SONGS FROM 1966: SHA - SLOOP

Sha La La La Lee - 1966 - Small Faces

Shapes Of Things (come tomorrow - will I be older?, come tomorrow - may be a soldier, come tomorrow - may I be bolder than today?) – 1966 – The Yardbirds

She's Just My Style (everything about her drives me wild) - 1966 - Gary Lewis & the Playboys

Shotgun Wedding - 1966 - Roy 'C'

Sign Of The Times, A - 1966 - Petula Clark

Single Girl - 1966 - Sandy Posey

Sittin’ On A Fence (cover version) - 1966 - Twice As Much

634-5789 - 1966 - Wilson Pickett

Skye Boat Song - 1966 - Glen Ingram and The Hi Five

Sloop John B (I feel so broke up, I wanna go home) - 1966 - The Beach Boys

SONGS FROM 1966: SNOOPY - STRANGERS

Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron - 1966 - The Royal Guardsmen

Somebody Help Me - 1966 - Spencer Davis Group

Someday One Day - 1966 - Seekers

Somewhere, My Love - 1966 - Ray Conniff & the Singers

Sorrow - 1966 - Merseys

(You're My) Soul And Inspiration (you're my soul and my "heart's" inspiration, without you baby, what good am I?) - 1966 - Righteous Brothers

Sound Of Silence - 1966 - Bachelors

Sounds Of Silence, The (hello darkness, my old friend) - 1966 - Simon and Garfunkel

Spicks And Specks - 1966 - Bee Gees

(I’m Not Your) Steppin’ Stone – 1966 – The Monkees

(I’m Not Your) Steppin’ Stone – also see I’m Not Your Stepping Stone

Stop Stop Stop (all the dancing, give me time to breathe) - 1966 - The Hollies

Strangers In The Night - 1966 - Frank Sinatra

SONGS FROM 1966: SUSTITUTE - SWINGING

Substitute - 1966 - The Who

Sugar Town - 1966 - Nancy Sinatra

Summer In The City (hot time, summer in the city, the back of my neck getting "dirt" and gritty) - 1966 - The Lovin' Spoonful

Summer Means New Love – 1966 – Beach Boys

Summer Wind – 1966 – Frank Sinatra

Summertime - 1966 - Billy Stewart

Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore, The - 1966 - Walker Brothers

Sunny - 1966 - Bobby Hebb

Sunny - 1966 - Georgie Fame

Sunny Afternoon (help me, help me, help me sail away, give me one good reason why I oughta stay, 'cuz I love to live so pleasantly, live this life of luxury, lazing on a sunny afternoon) - 1966 - The Kinks

Sunshine Superman (sunshine came softly through my window today) - 1966 - Donovan

Sure Gonna Miss Her - 1966 - Gary Lewis & the Playboys

Sweet Dreams - 1966 - Tommy McLain

Sweet Pea (oh, Sweet Pea, come on and dance with me; come on, come on, come on and be my girl) - 1966 - Tommy Roe

Sweet Talkin' Guy (why do I love him like I do?) - 1966 - Chiffons

Swinging Doors – 1966 – Merle Haggard

SONGS FROM 1966: TAKE - TIME

Take Some Time Out For Love – 1966 – Isley Brothers

Take This Heart Of Mine - 1966 - Marvin Gay

Taxman (let me tell you how it will be, there's one for you, nineteen for me, 'cuz I'm the taxman, yeah I'm the taxman, should five percent appear too small, be thankful I don't take it all, 'cuz I'm the taxman, yeah I'm the taxman, if you drive a car, I'll tax the street, if you "try to sit", I'll tax your seat, if you get too cold, I'll tax the heat, if you take a walk, I'll tax your feet, taxman) - 1966 - The Beatles

That's All It Took - 1965/1966 - George Jones and Gene Pitney

That's Life - 1966 - Frank Sinatra

There Won't Be Many Coming Home - 1966 - Roy Orbison

These Boots Are Made For Walkin' (and that's just what they'll do, one of these days these boots are gonna walk all over you) - 1966 - Nancy Sinatra

They're Coming To Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa! - 1966 - Napoleon XIV

Think Of Me – 1966 – Buck Owens

This Door Swings Both Ways - 1966 - Herman's Hermits

This Golden Ring - 1966 - Fortunes

This Old Heart Of Mine (Is Weak For You) – 1966 – Isley Brothers

Till The End Of The Day - 1966 - The Kinks

Time Drags By - 1966 - Cliff Richard

Time Won't Let Me (I can't wait forever, just to know if you'll be true) - 1966 - The Outsiders

SONGS FROM 1966: TO - TWINKLE

To Whom It Concerns - 1966 - Chris Andrews

Tomorrow - 1966 - Sandie Shaw

Tomorrow Is A Long Time - 1966 - Elvis Presley

Too Soon To Know - 1966 - Roy Orbison

Trains And Boats And Planes (we were so in love and high above we had a star to wish upon, wish and dreams come true, but not for me, the trains and the boats and planes took you away, away from me) - 1966 - Dionne Warwick

True Story (it’s a true story, it’s a true story, it’s a true story tonight) - 1966 - Twice As Much

Try A Little Tenderness – 1966/1967 – Otis Redding

Turn Down Day – 1966 - The Cyrkle

Twinkle Toes - 1966 - Roy Orbison

SONGS FROM 1966: UNDER - UPTIGHT

Under My Thumb (she's under my thumb) - 1966 - The Rolling Stones

Uptight (Everything's Alright) (baby, everything's alright, uptight, clean out of sight) - 1966 - Stevie Wonder

SONGS FROM 1966: VISIONS

Visions - 1966 - Cliff Richard

SONGS FROM 1966: WADE - WELL

Wade In The Water - 1966 - Ramsey Lewis Trio

Waitin’ In Your Welfare Line – 1966 – Buck Owens

Walk Away Renee - 1966 - The Left Banke

Walk With Me - 1966 - Seekers

Walking On The Water – 1966 – The Golliwogs

We Can Work It Out (try to see it my way, do I have to keep on talking till I can't go on?, while you see it your way, run the risk of knowing that our love may soon be gone, we can work it out, we can work it out; life is very short, and there's no time for fussing and fighting my friend, I have always thought that it's a crime, so I will ask you once again) - 1965/1966 - The Beatles

We Know We’re In Love – 1966 – Lesley Gore

Wedding Bell Blues (marry me Bill, I've got the wedding bell blues, I love you so, and I always will) - 1966 - Laura Nyro

Well Respected Man, A (and he's oh so good, and he's oh so fine, and he's oh so healthy in his body and his mind, he's a well respected man about town) - 1966 - The Kinks

SONGS FROM 1966: WHAT - WITH

What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted - 1966 - Jimmy Ruffin

What Now My Love - 1966 - Sonny and Cher

What Would I Be - 1966 - Val Doonican

When A Man Loves A Woman (he can't keep his mind on nothing else; baby, please don't treat me bad) - 1966 - Percy Sledge

When I Come Home - 1966 - Spencer Davis Group

Whispers (Gettin' Louder) - 1966 - Jackie Wilson

Wild Thing (you make my heart sing, you make everything groovy, wild thing; wild thing, I think I love you, but I wanna know for sure) - 1966 - The Troggs

Winchester Cathedral - 1966 - New Vaudeville Band

With A Girl Like You - 1966 - The Troggs

SONGS FROM 1966: WOMAN - WOULDN'T

Woman - 1966 - Peter and Gordon

Wonder Where My Baby Is Tonight? - 1966 - The Kinks

Word For Today, The - 1965/1966 - Billy Thorpe and The Aztecs

Working In The Coal Mine (going down down) - 1966 - Lee Dorsey

Working My Way Back To You (I use to love to make you cry, it made me feel like a man inside) - 1966 - The Four Seasons

Wouldn't It Be Nice - 1966 - The Beach Boys

SONGS FROM 1966: YELLOW

Yellow Submarine (we all live in a yellow submarine, a yellow submarine, a yellow submarine) - 1966 - The Beatles

SONGS FROM 1966: YOU - YOU'RE

You Beat All I Ever Saw – 1966 – Johnny Cash

You Better Run (whatcha trying to do to my heart?, whatcha trying to do to my heart?, you go around telling lies, and now you wanna compromise, whatcha trying to do to my heart?, you better run, you better hide, you better leave from my sight) - 1966 - The (Young) Rascals

You Can't Hurry Love (no, you just have to wait, love don't come easy, it's a game of give and take) - 1966 - The Supremes

You Didn't Have To Be So Nice (I would've liked you anyway) - 1966 - The Lovin' Spoonful

You Don't Have To Say You Love Me (just be close at hand) - 1966 - Dusty Springfield

You Keep Me Hangin' On (set me free, why don't you babe, get out of my life, why don't you babe, 'cuz you don't really love me, you just keep me hangin' on) - 1966 - The Supremes

You Made Me Love You – 1966 – Aretha Franklin

You Were On My Mind - 1966 - Crispian St. Peters

You Won't See Me (when I call you up, your line's engaged, I have had enough, so act your age, we have lost the time, that was so hard to find, and I will lose my mind, if you won't see me; time after time, you refuse to even listen, I wouldn't mind, if I knew what I was missing) - 1966 - The Beatles

Young Love – 1966 – Lesley Gore

(You’re Gonna) Hurt Yourself – 1965/1966 – Frankie Valli

(You're My) Soul & Inspiration - 1966 - Righteous Brothers

You’re Nobody Till Somebody Loves You – 1966 - The Wonder Who? (aka The Four Seasons)

You’re So Good To Me – 1966 – Beach Boys

SONGS FROM 1966: ZORBA

Zorba The Greek (Instrumental) - 1966 - Herb Alpert

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