Popular Songs From 1967


Enjoy this popular music from 1967!

SONGS FROM 1967: AIN'T - AUTUMN

Ain't No Mountain High Enough (ain't no mountain high enough, ain't no valley low enough, ain't no river wide enough, to keep me from getting to you babe) - 1967 - Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell

Alfie (what's it all about, Alfie?) - 1967 - Dionne Warwick

All I Need - 1967 - The Temptations

All My Love - 1967 - Cliff Richard

All The Time – 1967 – Jack Greene

All You Need is Love (there's nothing you can do that can't be done, nothing you can sing that can't be sung, nothing you can say, but you can learn how to play the game, it's easy, all you need is love, all you need is love, all you need is love, love, love is all you need) - 1967 - The Beatles

Alternate Title - 1967 - Monkees

Animal Crackers (In Cellophane Boxes) - 1967 - Gene Pitney

Any Way That You Want Me - 1967 - Troggs

Apples, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie (ready or not, here I come, gee life use to be such fun, always use to find a hiding place, times have changed, one step behind ya, be careful where I find her, apples peaches pumpkin pie, you were young and so was I, now that we've grown up and see, you just keep ignoring me) - 1967 - Jay & the Techniques

Arnold Layne – 1967 – Pink Floyd

At The Zoo - 1967 - Simon and Garfunkel

Autumn Almanac - 1967 - The Kinks

SONGS FROM 1967: BABY - BLUEBERRY

Baby I Love You (baby baby baby, I love you, I love you, I love you, I love you baby I love you, if you think you wanna kiss me, go right ahead, I don't mind) - 1967 - Aretha Franklin

Baby I Need Your Lovin' (got to have all your lovin') - 1967 - Johnny Rivers

Baby You're A Rich Man - 1967 – Beatles

Beat Goes On, The (drums keep pounding ryhthm to the brain, and the beat goes on, the beat goes on) - 1967 - Sonny and Cher

Beggin' - 1967 - The Four Seasons

Bernadette (they pretend to be my friend when all the time they long to persuade you from my side, they'd give the world and all they own for just one moment we have known, Bernadette, they want you because...) - 1967 - Four Tops

Big Boss Man - 1967 - Elvis Presley

Black Velvet Band - 1967 - Dubliners

Blackjack County Chain - 1967 - Willie Nelson

Blueberry Hill – 1966/1967 – The Loved Ones

SONGS FROM 1967: BOAT - BY

Boat That I Row, The - 1967 - Neil Diamond (songwriter)

Boat That I Row, The – 1967 – Lulu

Boogaloo Down Broadway - 1967 - The Fantastic Johnny C

Break On Through (To The Other Side) - 1967 - The Doors

Brink Of Disaster – 1967 – Lesley Gore

Brown Eyed Girl (you're my brown eyed girl) - 1967 - Van Morrison

By The Time I Get To Phoenix - 1967 - Glen Campbell

SONGS FROM 1967: CALIFORNIA - CLOSE

California Nights – 1967 – Lesley Gore

Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You (you're just too good to be true) - 1967 - Frankie Valli

Careless Hands - 1967 - Des O'Connor

Carrie-Anne (hey Carrie-Anne, what's your game, can anybody play?)- 1967 - The Hollies

Close Your Eyes - 1967 - Peaches and Herb

SONGS FROM 1967: C'MON - CRYSTAL

C'mon Marianne - 1967 - The Four Seasons

Cold Sweat (Part 1) - 1967 - James Brown

Come Back When You Grow Up - 1967 - Bobby Vee

Come On Down To My Boat (baby, come on down where we can play, come on down to my boat baby, come on down, we'll sail away) - 1967 - Every Mother's Son

Come On Marianne – see C'mon Marianne

Come See About Me - 1967 - Jr. Walker & the All Stars

Coming Home Soldier - 1967 - Bobby Vinton

Creeque Alley (John and Mitzi were getting kind of itchy to leave the folk music behind; and no one's getting fat except Mama Cass) - 1967 - The Mamas and the Papas

Cry Softly Lonely One - 1967 - Roy Orbison

Crystal Ship, The - 1967 – The Doors

SONGS FROM 1967: DANDELION - DETROIT

Dandelion - 1967 - The Rolling Stones

Day I Met Marie, The - 1967 - Cliff Richard

Day In The Life, A (I read the news today, oh boy, about a lucky man who made the grade, and though the news was rather sad, I just had to laugh, I saw the photograph; woke up, fell out of bed, dragged a comb across my head, found my way downstairs and drank a cup, and looking up, I noticed I was late; I read the news today oh boy, four thousand holes in Blackburn, Lancashire, and though the holes were rather small, they had to count them all, now they know how many holes it takes to fill the Albert Hall, I'd love to turn you on) - 1967 - The Beatles

Daydream Believer (oh, what can it mean to a daydream believer and a homecoming queen?) - 1967 - The Monkees

Death Of A Clown - 1967 - Dave Davies/The Kinks

Dedicated To The One I Love (this is dedicated to the one I love; life can never be exactly "what" you want it to be, I could be satisfied, knowing you love me) - 1967 - The Mamas and the Papas

Detroit City - 1967 - Tom Jones

SONGS FROM 1967: DING - DUMB

Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead - 1967 - Fifth Estate

Do It Again A Little Bit Slower - 1967 - Jon and Robin & the In Crowd

Do Right Woman-Do Right Man – 1967 – Aretha Franklin

Don't Sleep In The Subway - 1967 - Petula Clark

Don't You Care (if you don't love me, why don't you tell me, instead of runnin’ around, with all the other guys in town, can't you see, you're hurtin’ me, don't you care, don't you care) - 1967 - The Buckinghams

Dumb Blonde – 1967 – Dolly Parton (country)

SONGS FROM 1967: EDELWEISS - EXPRESSWAY

Edelweiss - 1967 - Vince Hill

Even The Bad Times Are Good - 1967 - Tremeloes

Everlasting Love - 1967 - Robert Knight

Everybody Knows - 1967 - Dave Clark Five

Excerpt From A Teenage Opera - 1967 - Keith West

Expressway To Your Heart (it's too crowded, much too crowded) - 1967 - Soul Survivors

SONGS FROM 1967: FAKIN' - FLYING

Fakin' It - 1967 - Simon and Garfunkel

Feelin' Groovy – 1967 - 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) - 1967 - Harpers Bizarre

Finchley Central - 1967 - New Vaudeville Band

First Cut Is The Deepest, The - 1967 – P.P. Arnold

First Cut Is The Deepest, The – 1967/1970 - Cat Stevens

Fixing A Hole (I'm fixing a hole where the rain gets in, and stops my mind from wandering, where it will go; and it really doesn't matter, if I'm wrong I'm right, where I belong I'm right, where I belong) - 1967 - The Beatles

Flowers In The Rain - 1967 - Move

Flying On The Ground Is Wrong – 1967 – The Guess Who

SONGS FROM 1967: FOOL - FUNNY

Fool On The Hill (but the fool on the hill sees the sun going down, and the eyes in his head see the world spinning round) - 1967 - The Beatles

For What It's Worth (Stop, hey what's that sound, everybody look what's going 'round) - 1967 - Buffalo Springfield

Foxey Lady – 1967 – The Jimi Hendrix Experience

Foxy Lady – see Foxey Lady

Friday On My Mind - 1967 - The Easybeats

From The Underworld - 1967 - Herd

Funky Broadway - 1967 - Wilson Pickett

Funny Familiar Forgotten Feelings - 1967 - Tom Jones

SONGS FROM 1967: GENTLE - GIVE

Gentle On My Mind – 1967 – Glen Campbell

Georgy Girl (hey there Georgy Girl) - 1967 - The Seekers

Get On Up - 1967 - The Esquires

Getting Better (I've got to admit it's getting better, a little better all the time) - 1967 - The Beatles

Gimme Little Sign (just gimme some kind of sign girl oh my baby, to show that you’re mine girl oh yeah) - 1967 - Brenton Wood

Gimme Some Lovin' (gimme gimme gimme some lovin', gimme some lovin' every day) - 1967 - Spencer Davis Group

Gin House Blues - 1967 - Amen Corner

Girl Like You, A - 1967 - Rascals

Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon (soon, you'll need a man) - 1967 - Neil Diamond

Give It To Me - 1967 - Troggs

SONGS FROM 1967: GOOD - GROOVIN'

Good Thing - 1967 - Paul Revere & the Raiders

Got To Have You Back – 1967 – Isley Brothers

Groovin' (on a Sunday afternoon; couldn't get away to soon) - 1967 - The Young Rascals

Groovin' - 1967 - Booker T. & the MG's

SONGS FROM 1967: HA - HAPPY

Ha Ha Said The Clown - 1967 - Manfred Mann

Ha Ha Said The Clown (ha ha said the clown, has the king lost his crown?) – 1967 – The Yardbirds

Handbags And Gladrags - 1967 - Chris Farlowe

Happening, The (I woke up, suddenly I just woke up, to the happening) - 1967 - The Supremes

Happy Jack - 1967 - The Who

Happy Together (imagine me and you, I do, I think about us day and night, it's only right, to think about the one you love and hold her tight, so happy together; I can't see me loving nobody but you for all my life) - 1967 - The Turtles

SONGS FROM 1967: HELLO - HEY

Hello Goodbye (you say yes, I say no, you say "start", I say go go go, oh no, you say goodbye and I say hello, hello hello, I don't know why you say goodbye, I say hello) - 1967 - The Beatles

Hello, Hello – 1966/1967 - Sopwith Camel

Here Come The Nice - 1967 - Small Faces

Here Comes My Baby - 1967 - The Tremeloes

Here Today – 1967 – Beach Boys

Here We Go Again - 1967 - Ray Charles

Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush - 1967 - Traffic

Heroes And Villains - 1967 - The Beach Boys

Hey Baby (They're Playing Our Song) - 1967 - Buckinghams

Hey Joe - 1967 - Jimi Hendrix Experience

Hey Love - 1967 - Stevie Wonder

SONGS FROM 1967: HIGHER - HUSH

Higher And Higher (your love "has lifted" me higher, than I've ever been lifted before) - 1967 - Jackie Wilson

Hi-Ho Silver Lining - 1967 - Jeff Beck

Him Or Me - What's It Gonna Be - 1967 - Paul Revere and the Raiders

His Girl – 1967 – The Guess Who

Hole In My Shoe - 1967 - Traffic

Holiday (you're a holiday, such a holiday) - 1967 - Bee Gees

Homburg - 1967 - Procol Harum

Honey Chile - 1967 - Martha (Reeves) & the Vandellas

House That Jack Built, The - 1967 - Alan Price Set

How Can I Be Sure (in a world that's constantly changing, how can I be sure?, I'm sure with you) - 1967 - The Young Rascals

Hunter Gets Captured By The Game, The - 1967 - The Marvelettes

Hush - 1967 - Billy Joe Royal

SONGS FROM 1967: I

I Am The Walrus (I am the eggman, they are the eggmen, I am the walrus, koo koo katchoo; sitting in an English garden waiting for the sun) - 1967 - The Beatles

I Can Hear The Grass Grow - 1967 - Move

I Can See For Miles (and miles) -1967 - The Who

I Can’t See Nobody – 1967 – Bee Gees

I Dig Rock And Roll Music (and I love to get the chance to play - and sing it) - 1967 - Peter, Paul and Mary

I Don’t Wanna Play House - 1967 – Tammy Wynette (country)

I Feel Love Comin' On - 1967 - Felice Taylor

I Got Rhythm (I got rhythm, I got music, I got my girl, who could ask for anything more?, I've got good times, no more bad times, I've got my girl, who could ask for anything more?) - 1967 - The Happenings

I Got The Feelin' (Oh No No) – 1967 – Cliff Richard

I Had Too Much To Dream (last night) - 1967 - The Electric Prunes

I Heard It Through The Grapevine (not much longer would you be mine) - 1967 - Gladys Knight & the Pips

I Make A Fool Of Myself - 1967 - Frankie Valli

I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You) - 1967 - Aretha Franklin

I Say A Little Prayer (for you, forever and ever) - 1967 - Dionne Warwick

I Second That Emotion (if you feel like giving me a lifetime of devotion, I second that emotion) - 1967 - Smokey Robinson & the Miracles

I Take It Back - 1967 - Sandy Posey

I Think We're Alone Now (there doesn't seem to be anyone around) - 1967 - Tommy James & the Shondells

I Was Kaiser Bill's Batman - 1967 - Whistling Jack Smith

I Was Made To Love Her - 1967 - Stevie Wonder

I Won't Come In While He's There - 1967 - Jim Reeves

SONGS FROM 1967: IF - INDESCRIBABLY

If I Were A Rich Man - 1967 - Topol

If The Whole World Stopped Loving - 1967 - Val Doonican

I’ll Come Running – 1967 – Cliff RIchard

I’ll Never Find Another You – 1967 – Sonny James

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) - 1967 - Neil Diamond (songwriter)

I'm A Man - 1967 - Spencer Davis Group

I'm Comin' Home - 1967 - Tom Jones

I'm Gonna Get Me A Gun - 1967 - Cat Stevens

I'm Wondering - 1967 - Stevie Wonder

In And Out Of Love - 1967 - The Supremes

In My Life (there are places I remember, all my life, though some have changed, some forever not for better, some have gone, and some remain, all these places have their moments, with lovers and friends, I still can recall, some are dead and some are living, in my life, I've loved them all) - 1967 - The Beatles

In The Country - 1967 - Cliff Richard

Incense And Peppermints (look at yourself, look at yourself) - 1967 - Strawberry Alarm Clock

Indescribably Blue - 1967 - Elvis Presley

SONGS FROM 1967: IT - I'VE

It Must Be Him - 1967 - Vikki Carr

Itchycoo Park (what will we do there? - we'll get high; what will we touch there? - we'll touch the sky; it's all too beautiful, it's all too beautiful) - 1967 - Small Faces

It's All Over - 1967 - Cliff Richard

It’s Such A Pretty World Today – 1967 – Wynn Stewart

(Loneliness Made Me Realize) It's You That I Need - 1967 - The Temptations

I've Been A Bad Bad Boy - 1967 - Paul Jones

SONGS FROM 1967: JACKSON - JUST

Jackson - 1967 - Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash

Jackson - 1967 - Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood

Jimmy Mack (when are you coming back?) - 1967 - Martha & the Vandellas

Judy - 1967 - Elvis Presley

Just Loving You - 1967 - Anita Harris

SONGS FROM 1967: KEEP - KNOCK

Keep The Ball Rollin' - 1967 - Jay & the Techniques

Kentucky Woman - 1967 - Neil Diamond

Kind Of A Drag (when your baby don't love you, kind of a drag, when you're baby's been untrue) - 1967 - The Buckinghams

Kites - 1967 - Simon Dupree and the Big Sound

Knock On Wood (it's like thunder and lightening, the way you love me is frightening, you better knock on wood) -1967 - Eddie Floyd

SONGS FROM 1967: LAND - LETTER

Land Of 1000 Dances (na na-na-na-na na-na-na-na na-na-na na-na-na) - 1967 - Wilson Pickett

Last Thing On My Mind, The – 1967/1968 – Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton (country)

Last Waltz, The - 1967 - Engelbert Humperdinck

Lazy Day - 1967 - Spanky and Our Gang

Lee Cross – 1967 – Aretha Franklin

Let It Out (Let It All Hang Out) - 1967 - The Hombres

Let Love Come Between Us - 1967 - James And Bobby Purify

Let Me Cry On Your Shoulder - 1967 - Ken Dodd

Let The Good Times Roll & Feel So Good - 1967 - Bunny Sigler

Let The Heartaches Begin - 1967 - Long John Baldry

Let's Go Back To San Francisco - 1967 - Flowerpot Men

Let's Live For Today (sha-la-la-la-la-la live for today, and don't worry 'bout tomorrow, hey) - 1967 - The Grass Roots

Let's Pretend - 1967 – Lulu

Let's Spend The Night Together (now I need you more than ever, let's spend the night together now, ba-da-da-da) - 1967 - Rolling Stones

Letter, The (give me a ticket on an airplane, ain't got time to take a fast train, lonely days are gone, I'm-a goin' home, my baby wrote me a letter) - 1967 - The Box Tops

SONGS FROM 1967: LIGHT - LITTLE

Light My Fire (you know that it would be untrue, you know that I would be a liar, if I were to say to you, girl we couldn't get much higher, come on baby, light my fire, try to set the night on fire) - 1967 - The Doors

(Lights Went Out In) Massachusetts - 1967 - Bee Gees

(A) Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You (girl, I don't wanna fight, I'm a little bit wrong, you're a little bit right) - 1967 - The Monkees

Little Bit O' Soul (you need a little bit o' soul to see it through) - 1967 - The Music Explosion

Little Games (little games are for little boys, I'm growing up and changing all my toys) – 1967 – The Yardbirds

Little Ole Man (Uptight-Everything’s Alright) – 1967 - Bill Cosby

SONGS FROM 1967: LONELINESS - LUCY

(Loneliness Made Me Realize) It's You That I Need - 1967 - The Temptations

Lonesome Road – 1967 - The Wonder Who? (aka The Four Seasons)

Long Legged Girl (With The Short Dress On) - 1967 - Elvis Presley

Long-Legged Guitar Pickin’ Man – 1967 - Johnny Cash with June Carter Cash

Look Of Love - 1967 - Dusty Springfield

Love I Saw In You Was Just A Mirage, The - 1967 - Smokey Robinson & the Miracles

Love Is Here And Now You're Gone (you made me love you) - 1967 - The Supremes

Love Is Strange - 1967 - Peaches and Herb

Love Like Ours, A – 1967 – The Loved Ones

Love Machine, The - 1967 - Elvis Presley

Love Me Two Times – 1967 - The Doors

Love Song – 1967 – The Loved Ones

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

Lovely Rita (meter maid, lovely Rita meter maid, nothing can come between us, when it gets dark “I tow your” heart away) - 1967 - The Beatles

Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds (picture yourself in a boat on a river, with tangerine trees and marmalade skies, somebody calls you, you answer quite slowly, a girl with kaleidoscope eyes, cellophane flowers of yellow and green, towering over your head, look for the girl with the sun in her eyes and she's gone, Lucy in the sky with diamonds) - 1967 - The Beatles

SONGS FROM 1967: MAGICAL - MERCY

Magical Mystery Tour (roll up, roll up for the mystery tour; I've got an invitation, so take a reservation; the magical mystery tour is waiting to take you away, waiting to take you away; we've got everything you need, satisfaction guaranteed) - 1967 - The Beatles

Make Me Yours – 1967 – Bettye Swann

Making Every Minute Count - 1967 - Spanky & Our Gang

Mannix (from the tv show Mannix) – 1967 - Lalo Schifrin

Massachusetts (and the lights all went out in Massachusetts) - 1967 - Bee Gees

Matthew And Son - 1967 - Cat Stevens

Memories Are Made Of This - 1967 - Val Doonican

Mercy, Mercy, Mercy - 1967 - The Buckinghams

Mercy, Mercy, Mercy - 1967 - Cannonball Adderley

SONGS FROM 1967: MIRAGE - MY

Mirage - 1967 - Tommy James & the Shondells

Minnie The Moocher (cover version) – 1967 – The Cherokees

Mister Pleasant - 1967 - The Kinks

Mockingbird – 1967 – Aretha Franklin

More Love (and more joy, than age and time could ever destroy) - 1967 - Smokey Robinson & the Miracles

Music To Watch Girls By - 1967 - Bob Crewe Generation

My Back Pages - 1967 - The Byrds

My Cup Runneth Over - 1967 - Ed Ames

My Mammy - 1967 – Happenings

My World Fell Down – 1967 - Sagittarius

SONGS FROM 1967: NASHVILLE - NOTHIN'

Nashville Cats - 1967 - The Lovin' Spoonful

(You Make Me Feel Like) Natural Woman, A (you make me feel like a natural woman) – 1967 – Aretha Franklin

Never My Love (you ask me if there'll come a time, when I'll grow tired of you, never my love) - 1967 - The Association

New York Mining Disaster 1941 (have you seen my wife, Mr. Jones?) - 1967 - Bee Gees

Next Plane To London - 1967 - Rose Garden

Night Of Fear - 1967 - Move

98.6 - 1967 – Keith

Nothin' Yet (we ain't got nothin' yet) - 1967 - Blues Magoos

SONGS FROM 1967: O - OPEN

007 (Shanty Town) (oh oh seven, oh oh seven) - 1967 - Desmond Dekker & the Aces

Ode To Billie Joe (the day that Billie Joe McAllister jumped off the "Tallahachee" bridge) - 1967 - Bobbie Gentry

Okay! - 1967 - Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich

On A Carousel (still we're going 'round, on a carousel, on a carousel) - 1967 - The Hollies

Open Letter To My Teenage Son, An - 1967 - Victor Lundberg

SONGS FROM 1967: PAMELA - PURPLE

Pamela Pamela - 1967 - Wayne Fontana

Paper Sun - 1967 - Traffic

Party's Over, The - 1967 - Willie Nelson

Pata Pata - 1967 - Miriam Makeba

Peek-A-Boo - 1967 - New Vaudeville Band

Penny Lane (is in my ears and in my eyes, there beneath the blue suburban skies) - 1967 - The Beatles

People Are Strange – 1967 – Doors

Pictures Of Lily - 1967 - The Who

Pleasant Valley Sunday (another pleasant valley Sunday here in status symbol land) - 1967 - The Monkees

Please Love Me Forever (please don't stop loving me, oh when I lay me down to sleep, I pray the lord your love I'll keep) - 1967 - Bobby Vinton

Porterville - 1967 - Creedence Clearwater Revival

Pretty Blue Eyes – 1967 – The Guess Who

Puppet On A String - 1967 - Sandie Shaw

Purple Haze ('scuse me while I kiss the sky) - 1967 - Jimi Hendrix Experience

SONGS FROM 1967: RAIN - RESPECT

Rain, The Park & Other Things, The - 1967 - The Cowsills

Reflections (of the way life used to be) - 1967 - Diana Ross & The Supremes

Release Me (And Let Me Love Again) - 1967 - Engelbert Humperdinck

Respect (R-E-S-P-E-C-T, find out what it means to me) (cover version) - 1967 - Aretha Franklin

SONGS FROM 1967: ROSES - RUBY

Rosanna’s Going Wild – 1967 - Johnny Cash

Roses Of Picardy - 1967 - Vince Hill

Ruby Tuesday (goodbye Ruby Tuesday, who "could" hang a name on you?) - 1967 - The Rolling Stones

SONGS FROM 1967: SAD - SEVEN

Sad Dark Eyes – 1967 – The Loved Ones

San Antonio Rose - 1966/1967 - Willie Nelson

San Franciscan Nights - 1967 - Eric Burdon & the Animals

San Francisco (are you going to San Francisco?; be sure to wear some flowers in your hair) - 1967 - Scott McKenzie

See Emily Play - 1967 - Pink Floyd

Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (we're Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, we hope you will enjoy the show, we're Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, sit back and let the evening go; it's wonderful to be here, it's certainly a thrill, you're such a lovely audience, we'd like to take you home with us, we'd love to take you home) - 1967 - The Beatles

Seven Drunken Nights - 1967 - Dubliners

Seven Rooms Of Gloom - 1967 - Four Tops

SONGS FROM 1967: SHE'D - SKINNY

She'd Rather Be With Me (me oh my, lucky guy is what I am) - 1967 - Turtles

She's Leaving Home (Wednesday morning at five o'clock as the day begins, silently closing her bedroom door, leaving the note that she hoped would say more; she's leaving home after living alone for so many years) - 1967 - The Beatles

Silence Is Golden - 1967 - The Tremeloes

Simon Smith And His Amazing Dancing Bear - 1967 - Alan Price Set

Sittin' In The Park - 1967 - Georgie Fame

Sittin’ On A Fence - 1965/1967/1969 - Rolling Stones

Skinny Legs And All - 1967 - Joe Tex

SONGS FROM 1967: SO - SWEET

So Good - 1967 - Roy Orbison

Society's Child (Baby I've Been Thinking) - 1967 - Janis Ian

Sock It To Me-Baby! - 1967 - Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels

Somebody To Love (when the truth is found to be lies, and all the joy within you dies, don't you want somebody to love?, don't you need somebody to love? wouldn't you love somebody to love? you better find somebody to love) - 1967 - Jefferson Airplane

Somethin' Stupid - 1967 - Nancy Sinatra and Frank Sinatra

Something About You Baby – 1967 – The Vibrants

Something Fishy – 1967 – Dolly Parton (country)

Something’s Gotten Hold Of My Heart - 1967 - Gene Pitney

Soul Finger - 1967 - The Bar-Kays

Soul Man (I'm a soul man; got what I got the hard way; just grab a rope, and I'll pull you in, give you hope, and be your only boyfriend, yeah, yeah) - 1967 - Sam and Dave

Stand By Me (I won't shed a tear, just as long as you stand by me) - 1967 - Spyder Turner

Standing In The Shadows Of Love - 1967 - Four Tops

Strawberry Fields Forever (won't you take me down, 'cause I'm going to strawberry fields, nothing is real, and nothing to get hung about, strawberry fields forever) - 1967 - The Beatles

Summer And Sandy – 1967 – Lesley Gore

Sunday Will Never Be The Same - 1967 - Spanky & Our Gang

Sunshine Girl - 1967 - Parade

Susannah's Still Alive - 1967 - The Kinks

Sweet Soul Music - 1967 - Arthur Conley

SONGS FROM 1967: TAKE - TALK

Take A Look – 1967 – Aretha Franklin

Talk Talk - 1967 - Music Machine

SONGS FROM 1967: TELL - TEN

Tell It Like It Is (just let your conscience be your guide) - 1967 - Aaron Neville

Tell It To The Rain - 1967 - The Four Seasons

Ten Little Indians – 1967 – The Yardbirds

SONGS FROM 1967: THANK - THIS

Thank The Lord For The Night Time (thank the lord for you) - 1967 - Neil Diamond

Thank U Very Much - 1967 - Scaffold

Thank You Very Much - see Thank U Very Much

That's Someone You Never Forget - 1967 - Elvis Presley

That's The Way Love Is – 1967 – Isley Brothers

Then I Kissed Her - 1967 - The Beach Boys

Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye - 1967 - The Casinos

There Goes My Everything - 1967 - Engelbert Humperdinck

There Is A Mountain - 1967 -Donovan

There Must Be A Way - 1967 - Frankie Vaughan

There's A Kind Of Hush (all over the world, tonight, all over the world, people just like us are falling in love; so listen very carefully, closer now and you will see what I mean, it isn't a dream) - 1967 - Herman's Hermits

There's Always Me - 1967 - Elvis Presley

This Is My Song - 1967 - Petula Clark

This Is My Song - 1967 - Harry Secombe

This Time Long Ago – 1967 – The Guess Who

This Town – 1967 – Frank Sinatra

SONGS FROM 1967: TO - TWELVE

To Give (The Reason I Live) – 1967 – Frankie Valli

To Love Somebody (what does it bring if I ain't got you, I ain't got you; baby you don't know what it's like, baby you don't know what it's like, to love somebody, to love somebody, the way I love you) - 1967 - Bee Gees

To Sir With Love (how do you thank someone who has taken you from crayons to...) - 1967 - Lulu

Too Much Of Nothing - 1967 - Peter, Paul and Mary

Touch Me Touch Me - 1967 - Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich

Tracks Of My Tears, The (if you look closer, it's easy to trace the tracks of my tears) - 1967 - Johnny Rivers

Travlin' Man - 1967 - Stevie Wonder

Try A Little Tenderness – 1966/1967 – Otis Redding

Twelve Thirty (Young Girls Are Coming To The Canyon) - 1967 - The Mamas and the Papas

SONGS FROM 1967: UP - U.S.

Up Up And Away (wouldn't you like to fly in my beautiful balloon?; up up and away in my beautiful, my beautiful balloon; we can sing a song and sail along the silver skies; we can fly, we can fly) - 1967 - 5th Dimension

Up Up And Away (wouldn't you like to fly in my beautiful balloon?; up up and away in my beautiful, my beautiful balloon; we can sing a song and sail along the silver skies; we can fly, we can fly) - 1967 - Johnny Mann Singers

US Communication Breakdown - 1967 - Roy Orbison

SONGS FROM 1967: WALK - WESTERN

Walk Away Renee - 1967 - Four Tops

Walk Through This World With Me – 1967 – George Jones

Watch The Flowers Grow – 1967 – The Four Seasons

Waterloo Sunset - 1967 - The Kinks

(We Ain't Got) Nothin' Yet - 1967 - Blues Magoos

We Love You - 1967 - Rolling Stones

Western Union - 1967 - The Five Americans

SONGS FROM 1967: WHEN - WHITER

When I Was Young - 1967 - Eric Burdon & the Animals

When I'm Sixty-Four (when I get older, losing my hair, many years from now, will you still be sending me a Valentine, Birthday greetings, bottle of wine; will you still need me, will you still feed me, when Im sixty four) - 1967 - The Beatles

When Will The Good Apples Fall - 1967 - Seekers

Where Does The Good Times Go – 1967 – Buck Owens

White Rabbit (go ask Alice, I think she'll know) - 1967 - Jefferson Airplane

Whiter Shade Of Pale, A (we skipped the light fandango) - 1967 - Procol Harum

SONGS FROM 1967: WILD - WORLD

Wild Honey – 1967 – Beach Boys

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) - 1967 - Senator Bobby

Wind Chimes – 1967 – Beach Boys

Wind Cries Mary, The - 1967 - Jimi Hendrix Experience

Windy (everyone knows it's Windy, and Windy has stormy eyes that flash at the sound of lies) - 1967 - The Association

With A Little Help From My Friends (what would you think if I sang out of tune, would you stand up and walk out on me?, lend me your ears and I'll sing you a song, and I'll try not to sing out of key, I get by with a little help from my friends, I get high with a little help from my friends; do you need anybody?, I just need somebody to love, could it be anybody?, I want somebody to love) - 1967 - The Beatles

Words (spoken to nobody but you, words with lies inside but small enough to hide 'til your pain was through; don't you know we can work it out with talking?, you won't turn around or slow down, you're walking, I've given you everything with a kiss to seal it, you had to get your kicks out of trying to steal it) - 1967 - Monkees

Words Of Love (so soft and tender won't win a girl's heart anymore, if you love her then you must send her somewhere she's never been before, worn out phrases and longing gazes won't get you where you want to go, no) - 1967 - The Mamas and the Papas

World - 1967 - Bee Gees

World We Knew (Over And Over), The – 1967 – Frank Sinatra

SONGS FROM 1967: YESTERDAY - YOU'RE

Yesterday (love was such an easy game to play, now I need a place to hide away, oh I believe in yesterday, why she had to go I don't know, she wouldn't say, I did something wrong, now I long for yesterday) - 1967 - Ray Charles

You Better Sit Down Kids - 1967 - Cher

You Don't Know Me - 1967 - Elvis Presley

You Got To Me (you got to be mine) - 1967 - Neil Diamond

You Got What It Takes - 1967 - Dave Clark Five

You Gotta Stop - 1967 - Elvis Presley

You Know What I Mean - 1967 - Turtles

(You Make Me Feel Like) Natural Woman, A (you make me feel like a natural woman) – 1967 – Aretha Franklin

You Only Live Twice - 1967 - Nancy Sinatra

Your Good Girl’s Gonna Go Bad - 1967 – Tammy Wynette (country)

Your Precious Love - 1967 - Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell

Your Unchanging Love - 1967 – Marvin Gaye

You're My Everything - 1967 - The Temptations

You’re Welcome – 1967 – Beach Boys

SONGS FROM 1967: ZABADAK - ZIG

Zabadak - 1967 - Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich

Zig Zag Wanderer - 1967 - Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band

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