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 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) - 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 (apples peaches pumpkin pie, you were young and so was I) - 1967 - Jay & the Techniques 

Are You Experienced - 1967 – The Jimi Hendrix Experience

Arnold Layne – 1967 – Pink Floyd

At The Zoo (it’s a light and tumble journey from the east side to the park) – 1967 – Simon & Garfunkel

Autumn Almanac - 1967 - The Kinks

SONGS FROM 1967: BABY - BLUEBERRY

Baby I Love You (if you think you wanna kiss me, go right ahead) - 1967 - Aretha Franklin

Baby I Need Your Lovin' (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 (Bernadette, they want you because...) - 1967 - Four Tops 

Big Boss Man - 1967 - Elvis Presley

Bird Doggin’ - 1967 – Gene Vincent

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 (it's so hard for me to think when my heart is on the 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 (along the sand, let's walk the shore together now) – 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 (come on down to my boat baby, come on down where we can play) - 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) - 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) - 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 (can't you see you're hurtin’ me, don't you care - don't you care) - 1967 - The Buckinghams

Dumb Blonde – 1967 – Dolly Parton 

SONGS FROM 1967: EDELWEISS - EXPRESSWAY

Edelweiss - 1967 - Vince Hill

Epistle To Derroll – 1967 – Donovan

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 (and I know I’m fakin’ it, I’m not really makin’ it) – 1967 – Simon & Garfunkel

Feelin' Groovy – 1967 - See "59th Street Bridge Song"

59th Street Bridge Song, The (Feelin' Groovy) (just kicking down the cobblestones, looking for fun and feelin' groovy) - 1967 - Harpers Bizarre

Finchley Central - 1967 - New Vaudeville Band

Fire (let me stand next to your fire) - 1967 – The Jimi Hendrix Experience

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) - 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 Fool Fool – 1967/1968 – Webb Pierce

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

Goodbye City, Goodbye Girl – 1967 – Webb Pierce

Got To Have You Back – 1967 – Isley Brothers

Groovin' (groovin' on a Sunday afternoon) - 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 (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 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

(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher And Higher (your love, lifting me higher than I've ever been lifted before) – 1967/1969 - 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 (how can I be sure in a world that's constantly changing) - 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) - 1967 - The Beatles

I Can Hear The Grass Grow - 1967 - Move

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

I Can’t See Nobody – 1967 – Bee Gees 

I Dig Rock And Roll Music (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

I-Feel-Like-I’m-Fixin’-To-Die Rag (The “Fish” Cheer) (and it’s one two three what are we fightin’ for?, don’t ask me I don’t give a damn next stop is Vietnam) – 1967 – Country Joe & The Fish

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?) - 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 (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) - 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) - 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 (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 (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) -1967 - Eddie Floyd

SONGS FROM 1967: LAND - LETTER

Land Of 1000 Dances (got to know how to pony like Bony Maronie, na na-na-na-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 

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) - 1967 - Rolling Stones

Letter, The (give me a ticket on an airplane, ain't got time to take a fast train) - 1967 - The Box Tops

SONGS FROM 1967: LIGHT - LIVE

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) - 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

Live For Today – see Let’s Live For Today 

SONGS FROM 1967: LONELINESS - LUCY

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

Lonely Too Long - 1967 – The Rascals

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 (lovely Rita meter maid, nothing can come between us) - 1967 - The Beatles

Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds (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 (the magical mystery tour is waiting to take you away) - 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 (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 (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 (oh when I lay me down to sleep, I pray the lord your love I'll keep) - 1967 - Bobby Vinton 

Porterville (I don’t care I don’t care) - 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 (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) - 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 (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

So You Want To Be A Rock N’ Roll Star - 1967 – The Byrds

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 (don't you want somebody to love?, don't you need 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 

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

Soul Finger - 1967 - The Bar-Kays

Soul Man (I'm a soul man) - 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 (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

Suzanne – 1967/2016 – Leonard Cohen

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 Him – 1967 - Patti Drew

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 (one stood looking at another man’s wife, then there were nine) – 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 (theres a kind of hush all over the world tonight, all over the world people just like us are falling in love) - 1967 - Herman's Hermits

There's Always Me - 1967 - Elvis Presley

Things I Should Have Said - 1967 – The Grass Roots

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 (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 perfume) - 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) - 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) - 1967 - Johnny Mann Singers

US Communication Breakdown - 1967 - Roy Orbison

SONGS FROM 1967: WAKE - WESTERN

Wake Up, Wake Up - 1967 – The Grass Roots

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

Wear Your Love Like Heaven – 1967 – Donovan

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) - 1967 - The Beatles

When Will The Good Apples Fall - 1967 - Seekers

Where Does The Good Times Go – 1967 – Buck Owens

Where’d Ya Stay Last Night – 1966/1967 – Webb Pierce

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 ( 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?) - 1967 - The Beatles

Woman You’re Breaking Me – 1967 – The Groop

Words (spoken to nobody but you, words with lies inside but small enough to hide 'til your pain was through) - 1967 - Monkees

Words Of Love (words of love so soft and tender won't win a girl's heart anymore) - 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 (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 

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 (zabadak zabadak, karakakora kakarakak) - 1967 - Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich

Zig Zag Wanderer (you can zig, you can zag) - 1967 - Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band 

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