Popular Songs From 1977



SONGS FROM 1977: AFTER - ARRESTED

After The Ball – 1977 – Johnny Cash

After The Lovin' - 1977 - Engelbert Humperdinck

Ain't Gonna Bump No More (With No...) (then she did a dip, almost broke my hip, she was gettin' down, that chick was gettin' down)- 1977 - Joe Tex

Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing (ain't nothing like the real thing baby, ain't nothing like the real thing) - 1977 - Donny and Marie Osmond

Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again – 1976/1977 – The Angels

Anarchy In The UK (I am an anti-christ, I am an anarchist, don’t know what I want, but I know how to get it; ‘cause I wanna be anarchy) – 1977 – Sex Pistols

Angel In Your Arms - 1977 - Hot

Angelo - 1977 - Brotherhood of Man

April Sun In Cuba – 1977 - Dragon

Arrested While Driving Blind - 1977 - ZZ Top

SONGS FROM 1977: BABY - BEST

Baby Don't Change Your Mind - 1977 - Gladys Knight and the Pips

Baby I Know - 1977 - Rubettes

Baby, What A Big Surprise (baby, what a big surprise, right before my very eyes) - 1977 - Chicago

(Every Time I Turn Around) Back In Love Again (it's the way my feelings flow, excuse me I'm only human, sometimes I, I just don't know; every time I turn around, I'm back in love again) - 1977 - L.T.D. (featuring Jeffrey Osborne)

Back In The Saddle (I'm back, I'm back in the saddle again, I'm back) - 1977 - Aerosmith

Back Together Again – 1976/1977 - Hall and Oates

Bad Boy For Love - 1977/1978 - Rose Tattoo

Barracuda (you're lying so low in the weeds, I bet you're gonna ambush me, you'll have me down, down, down, down on my knees, now wouldn't you?, Barracuda) - 1977 - Heart

Bartender's Blues - 1977 - James Taylor

Be Stiff – 1977/1978 – Devo

Belfast - 1977 - Boney M

Best Of My Love (doesn't take much to make me happy, and make me smile with glee; whoa whoa, you got the best of my love) - 1977 - The Emotions

SONGS FROM 1977: BIG - BURNIN'

Big Eyes - 1977 - Cheap Trick

(Theme From) Big Time, Part I (from the movie Big Time) – 1977 – Smokey Robinson

Bite Your Lip (Get Up And Dance!) – 1976/1977 – Elton John

Black Betty (ram-a-lam) - 1977 - Ram Jam

Black Is Black - 1977 - La Belle Epoque

Blinded By The Light (wrapped up like a deuce) - 1977 - Manfred Mann's Earth Band

Blue Bayou (I'm going back someday, come what may, to Blue Bayou) - 1977 - Linda Ronstadt

Body Vibes – 1977 – Ohio Players

Boogie Child - 1977 - Bee Gees

Boogie Nights (got to keep on dancing, keep on dancing) - 1977 - Heatwave

Break It To Me Gently – 1977 – Aretha Franklin

Brick House (she's a brick house, she's mighty mighty, just lettin' it all hang out) - 1977 - Commodores

Burnin’ Sky – 1977 – Bad Company

SONGS FROM 1977: CALLING - CHRISTINE

Calling Dr. Love - 1977 - Kiss

Calling Occupants Of Interplanetary Craft - 1977 - The Carpenters

Can't Stop Dancin' - 1977 - Captain & Tennille

Car Wash (get your car wash today, fill up and you don't have to pay) - 1977 - Rose Royce

Carry On Wayward Son (carry on my wayward son, there'll be peace when you are done, lay your weary head to rest, don't you cry no more) - 1977 - Kansas

Cat Scratch Fever – 1977 – Ted Nugent

Chain, The (damn your love, damn your lies; and if you don't love me now, you will never love me again, I can still hear you saying we would never break the chain) - 1977 - Fleetwood Mac

Chanson D'Amour - 1977 - Manhattan Transfer

Christine Sixteen – 1977 – Kiss

SONGS FROM 1977: CINDERELLA - CRUNCH

Cinderella (can't you see?, I don't want your company; take your love and your child away) - 1977 - Firefall

Coal Town – 1977 – Stanky Brown Group

Cocaine (she don't like, she don't like, she don't like...cocaine) - 1977 - Eric Clapton

Cold As Ice (you're as cold as ice, you're willing to sacrifice our love) - 1977 - Foreigner

Couldn't Get It Right (kept on looking for a sign in the middle of the night, but I couldn't get it right) - 1977 - Climax Blues Band

Crackerbox Palace - 1977 - George Harrison

Crazy Water – 1976/1977 – Elton John

Crunch, The - 1977 - Rah Band

SONGS FROM 1977: DA - DEEPLY

Da Doo Ron Ron (I met her on a Monday and my heart stood still, da doo ron ron ron, da doo ron ron) - 1977 - Shaun Cassidy

Daddy Cool - 1977 - Boney M

Daddy Cool - 1977 - Darts

Dancin' In The Moonlight (It's Caught Me In The Spotlight) - 1977 - Thin Lizzy

Dancin' Party - 1977 - Showaddywaddy

Dancing Queen (young and sweet, only seventeen) - 1976/1977 - Abba

Daytime Friends – 1977 - Kenny Rogers

Dazz - 1977 - Brick

Deep Down Inside - 1977 - Donna Summer

Deeply – 1977 – Anson Williams

SONGS FROM 1977: DO - DUM

Do Anything You Wanna Do - 1977 - Rods

Do What You Wanna Do - 1977 - T-Connection

Do Ya (remake) (I've never seen nothing like you, do ya do ya want my love?, do ya do ya want my face?, do ya do ya want my mind?) - 1977 - Electric Light Orchestra

Do You Wanna Make Love - 1977 - Peter McCann

Dog Eat Dog - 1977 – AC/DC

Don't Believe A Word - 1977 - Thin Lizzy

Don't Cry For Me Argentina - 1977 - Julie Covington

Don’t Cry For Me, Argentina (cover version) – 1977/1980 – Olivia Newton-John

Don't Give Up On Us (baby) - 1977 - David Soul

Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue (don't know what's come over you, you've found someone new) - 1977 - Crystal Gayle

Don't Leave Me This Way (baby, my heart is full of love and desire for you) - 1977 - Thelma Houston

Don't Leave Me This Way - 1977 - Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes

Don't Stop (thinkin' about tomorrow, don't stop, it'll soon be here) - 1977 - Fleetwood Mac

Draw The Line - 1977 - Aerosmith

Dreams (thunder only happens when it's raining, players only love you when they're playing) - 1977 - Fleetwood Mac

Dum Dum Diddle – 1977 – ABBA



SONGS FROM 1977: EAST - EVERY

East Bound And Down (from the movie Smokey And The Bandit) (east bound and down, loaded up and truckin’, we’re gonna do what they say can’t be done, we’ve got a long way to go and a short time to get there, I’m east bound, just watch ol’ Bandit run) – 1977 - Jerry Reed

Easy (I'm easy) - 1977 – Commodores

Edge Of The Universe - 1977 - Bee Gees

Ego – 1977/1978 – Elton John

Egyptian Reggae - 1977 - Jonathan Richman and the Modern Lovers

Enjoy And Get It On - 1977 - ZZ Top

Enjoy Yourself (for me; let's have some fun, let's have a good time)- 1977 - The Jacksons

Evergreen (love, soft as an easy chair) - 1977 - Barbra Streisand

(Every Time I Turn Around) Back In Love Again (it's the way my feelings flow, excuse me I'm only human, sometimes I, I just don't know; every time I turn around, I'm back in love again) - 1977 - L.T.D. (featuring Jeffrey Osborne)

SONGS FROM 1977: FAIRYTALE - FROM

Fairytale - 1977 - Dana

Fancy Dancer - 1977 - Commodores

Fanfare For The Common Man - 1977 - Emerson, Lake and Palmer

Feel The Beat (Everybody Disco) – 1977 – Ohio Players

Feels Like The First Time (i guess it's just the woman in you, that brings out the man in me) - 1977 - Foreigner

First Cut Is The Deepest, The - 1977 - Rod Stewart

Float On - 1977 - The Floaters

Floral Dance, The - 1977 - Brighouse and Rastrick Brassband

Fly Like An Eagle (I want to fly like an eagle to the sea, fly like an eagle, let my spirit carry me) – 1976/1977 - Steve Miller

Fooling Yourself (Angry Young Man) (you’re fooling yourself and you don’t believe it) – 1977 - Styx

Free - 1977 - Deniece Williams

From New York To L.A. - 1977 - Patsy Gallant

SONGS FROM 1977: GIMME - GRANDMA'S

Get It Up – 1977/1978 - Aerosmith

Gimme Some - 1977 - Brendon

Girl Can't Help It, The - 1977 - Darts

Girls School - 1977 - Paul McCartney and Wings

Give A Little Bit - 1977 - Supertramp

Go Buddy Go - 1977 - Stranglers

Go Your Own Way (loving you isn't the right thing to do, how can I ever change things that I feel, if I could, baby I'd give you my world, how can I when you won't take it from me?; you can go your own way) - 1977 - Fleetwood Mac

God Gave Rock and Roll To You – 1977 - PETRA

God Save The Queen - 1977 - Sex Pistols

Godzilla – 1977 – Blue Oyster Cult

Going For The One – 1977 – Yes

Going In With My Eyes Open - 1977 - David Soul

Gold Dust Woman (well did she make you cry, make you break down, shatter your illusions of love, well is it over now, do you know - to pick up the pieces and go home) - 1977 - Fleetwood Mac

Gonna Fly Now (Theme From "Rocky") (Mostly Instrumental) - 1977 - Bill Conti

Good Luck Charm (Part 1) – 1977 - Ohio Players

Good Morning Judge - 1977 - 10cc

Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy - 1977 – Queen

Got To Give It Up - 1977 - Marvin Gaye

Grandma's Party - 1977 - Paul Nicholas

SONGS FROM 1977: HALFWAY - HEY

Halfway Down The Stairs - 1977 - Muppets

Handy Man - 1959/1977 - Otis Blackwell (co-songwriter)

Handy Man (I fix broken hearts, I know I truly can; I'm your handy man) - 1977 - James Taylor

Hard Luck Woman - 1977 - Kiss

Have I The Right? - 1977 - Dead End Kids

Heard It In A Love Song (can't be wrong) - 1977 - Marshall Tucker Band

Heaven On The Seventh Floor - 1977 - Paul Nicholas

Heaven’s Just A Sin Away – 1977 - Kendalls

Hello Stranger - 1977 - Yvonne Elliman

Help Is On Its Way - 1977 - Little River Band

Here You Come Again - 1977/1978 - Dolly Parton

Hey Babe - 1977 - Neil Young

Hey St. Peter - 1977/1978 - Flash And The Pan

SONGS FROM 1977: HIGH - HOW

High School Dance - 1977 - The Sylvers

Higher And Higher (your love “has lifted” me higher, than I've ever been lifted before) - 1977 - Rita Coolidge

Holidays In The Sun - 1977 - Sex Pistols

Hot Line - 1977 - The Sylvers

Hot Tracks E.P. - 1977 – Nazareth

How Deep Is Your Love (and you come to me on a summer breeze; and it's me you need to show, how deep is your love?, how deep is your love, I really need to know) - 1977 - Bee Gees

How Much Love (do I rush right in or do I hesitate?) - 1977 - Leo Sayer

SONGS FROM 1977: I

I Believe In Love - 1977 - Kenny Loggins

(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction (cover version) – 1977/1978 – Devo

(If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don’t Want To Be Right (cover version) – 1977 – Rod Stewart

I Don't Want To Put A Hold On You - 1977 - Berni Flint

I Don't Want To Talk About It - 1977 - Rod Stewart

I Feel Love (you and me, you and me, you and me, you and me, you and me) - 1977 - Donna Summer

I Go To Rio (when my baby, when my baby smiles at me I go to Rio - de Janeiro; I’m free at last, what a blast) – 1977 - Peter Allen

I Just Want To Be Your Everything (just open up your heart...not some puppet on a string) - 1977 - Andy Gibb

I Like Dreamin' - 1977 - Kenny Nolan

I Like To Do It - 1977 - KC & The Sunshine Band

I Love You A Thousand Ways - 1977 - Willie Nelson

I Remember Elvis Presley (The King Is Dead) - 1977 - Danny Mirror

I Remember Yesterday - 1977 - Donna Summer

I Wanna Get Next To You - 1977 - Rose Royce

I Will - 1977 - Ruby Winters

I Wish (those days never had to end, I love them so) - 1977 - Stevie Wonder

I Wouldn’t Want To Be Like You – 1977 – The Alan Parsons Project

SONGS FROM 1977: IF - IV'E

If I Can't Have You (my tears of love are a waste of time if I turn away, am I strong enough to see it through?, go crazy is what I will do, if I can't have you, I don't want nobody baby, if I can't have you, oh-oh-ho) - 1977 - Bee Gees

If I Can't Have You (my tears of love are a waste of time if I turn away, am I strong enough to see it through?, go crazy is what I will do, if I can't have you, I don't want nobody baby, if I can't have you, oh-oh-ho) - 1977 - Yvonne Elliman

(If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don’t Want To Be Right (cover version) – 1977 – Rod Stewart

I’ll Be True To You – 1977/1978 – The Oak Ridge Boys

I'm In You (you're in me, 'cuz you give me love, love I never had) - 1977 - Peter Frampton

I'm Your Boogie Man (that's what I am) - 1977 - KC & the Sunshine Band

Isn't It Time (I just can't find the answers to the questions that keep going through my mind, hey babe, isn't it time?) - 1977 - The Babys

Isn't She Lovely - 1977 - David Parton

It Was Almost Like A Song – 1977 – Ronnie Milsap

It’s All Wrong, But It’s All Right – 1977/1978 – Dolly Parton (country)

It's Ecstasy When You Lay Down Next To Me - 1977 - Barry White

(It's In His Kiss) Shoop Shoop Song, The (if you wanna know if he loves (not LOVE”S) you so, it's in his kiss, that's where it is) – 1977/1978 – Kate Taylor (with James Taylor)

It’s Not So Funny – 1977 – Quiet Riot

It’s Over – 1977/1978 - Electric Light Orchestra

It's So Easy (to fall in love) - 1977 - Linda Ronstadt

It’s Uncanny – 1977 - Hall and Oates

It's Your Life - 1977 - Smokie

I've Got Love On My Mind - 1977 - Natalie Cole

SONGS FROM 1977: JACK - JUST

Jack In The Box - 1977 - Moments

Jeans On - 1977 - David Dundas

Jet Airliner (big old jet airliner, don't carry me too far away, big old jet airliner, 'cause it's here that I have to stay) - 1977 - Steve Miller Band

Jungle Love (it’s driving me mad, it’s making me crazy) – 1977 – Steve Miller Band

Just A Song Before I Go (to whom it may concern, traveling twice the speed of sound, it's easy to get burned) - 1977 - Crosby, Stills and Nash

Just Remember I Love You (and it'll be alright) - 1977 - Firefall

SONGS FROM 1977: KEEP - KNOWING

Keep It Comin' Love (don't stop it now, don't stop it no) - 1977 - KC & the Sunshine Band

Kick It Out (kick out your motor and drive it while you're still alive, kick it out) - 1977 – Heart

King Is Gone, The - 1977 - Ronnie McDowell

King Kong Song – 1977 – ABBA

Knowing Me, Knowing You (there is nothing we can do, knowing me, knowing you, we just have to face it, this time we're through, breaking up is never easy I know but I have to go, knowing me knowing you, it's the best I can do) - 1977 - Abba

SONGS FROM 1977: LAY - LET'S

Lady – 1977 – Johnny Cash

Laura (What’s He Got That I Ain’t Got) – 1976/1977 - Kenny Rogers

Lay Back In The Arms Of Someone - 1977 - Smokie

Let There Be Rock - 1977 – AC/DC

Let’s Clean Up The Ghetto – 1977 - Philadelphia International All-Stars (featuring Archie Bell, Billy Paul, Dee Dee Sharp Gamble, Lou Rawls, the O’Jays and Teddy Pendergrass)

SONGS FROM 1977: LIDO - LIVING

Lido Shuffle (he ain't coming back; one more for the road, Lido) - 1977 - Boz Scaggs

Life In The Fast Lane (he was a hard-headed man, he was brutally handsome, she was terminally pretty; life in the fast lane, "surely" make you lose your mind) - 1977 - Eagles

Light Of A Clear Blue Morning – 1977/1992 (re-recording, from the movie Straight Talk) – Dolly Parton (country)

Like A Hurricane - 1977 - Neil Young

Little One – 1977/1978 - Chicago

Little Queen (well you're hot on the presses again, little queen, making your passion play, little queen, nobody knows your melancholy mind, little queen) - 1977 – Heart

Live In Trouble - 1977 - Barron Knights

Livin' In The Life – 1977 – Isley Brothers

Livin' Thing (it's a livin' thing, "it's" a terrible thing to lose, it's a givin' thing, what a terrible thing to lose; I'm taking a dive) - 1977 - Electric Light Orchestra

Living Next Door To Alice - 1977 - Smokie

SONGS FROM 1977: LONELY - LUCKENBACH

Lonely Boy (oh what a lonely boy) - 1977 - Andrew Gold

Long, Long Way From Home – 1977/1978 – Foreigner

Look Into Your Heart – 1977 – Aretha Franklin

Looking After Number One - 1977 - Boomtown Rats

Looks Like We Made It - 1977 - Barry Manilow

Lost Without Your Love - 1977 – Bread

Love Alive (you gotta keep your love alive) - 1977 – Heart

Love At First Feel – 1976/1977 – AC/DC

Love Gun – 1977 – Kiss

Love Hit Me - 1977 - Maxine Nightingale

Love Of My Life - 1977 - Dooleys

Love's Unkind - 1977 - Donna Summer

Lucille - 1977 - Kenny Rogers

Luckenbach, Texas (Back To The Basics Of Love) – 1977 – Waylon Jennings

SONGS FROM 1977: MA - MERRY

Ma Baker - 1977 - Boney M

Magic Fly - 1977 - Space

Magic Trick – 1977/1978 - Ohio Players

Mah Na Mah Na - 1977 - Piero Umiliani

Making A Good Thing Better – 1977 - Olivia Newton-John

Mandocello - 1977 - Cheap Trick

Margaritaville (wasting away again in Margaritaville, looking for my lost shaker of salt, some people claim that there's a woman to blame, but I know it's nobody's fault) - 1977 - Jimmy Buffett

Mary Of The Fourth Form - 1977 - Boomtown Rats

Maybe I'm Amazed (at the way you love me all the time, maybe I'm amazed at the way I need you) - 1977 - Paul McCartney and Wings

Merry Go Round – 1977 - Ohio Players

SONGS FROM 1977: MONEY - MY

Money Money Money (always funny, in a rich man's world, money money money, always sunny, in a rich man's world) – 1976/1977 - Abba

Moody Blue - 1977 - Elvis Presley

More Than A Woman (girl "I've known" you very well; I'd never really looked before, but now you take my breath away; more than a woman, more than a woman to me) - 1977 - Bee Gees

Movin’ Out (Anthony’s Song) (workin’ too hard can give you a heart attack, you oughta know by now, who needs a house out in Hackensack?, is that what you get with your money?; it seems such a waste of time, if that’s what it’s all about, it that’s movin’ up then I’m movin’ out) – 1977 - Billy Joel

Mull Of Kintyre - 1977 - Paul McCartney and Wings

My Heart Belongs To Me - 1977 - Barbra Streisand

My Way - 1977 - Elvis Presley

SONGS FROM 1977: NAME - N.Y.

Name Of The Game (what's the name of the game?, does it mean anything to you?; help me please, 'cause I have to know, I'm a bashful child beginning to grow) – 1977/1978 - ABBA

Needles And Pins - 1977 - Smokie

Never Going Back Again - 1977 - Fleetwood Mac

New Kid In Town (everybody's talkin' ' bout the new kid in town, I don't wanna hear it) - 1977 - Eagles

Night Moves (working on their night moves, trying to lose those "awkward" teenage blues) - 1977 - Bob Seger

Nights On Broadway - 1977 - Candi Staton

No More Heroes - 1977 - Stranglers

Nobody Does It Better (makes me feel sad for the rest, nobody does it half as good as you, baby you're the best) - 1977 - Carly Simon

N.Y. You Got Me Dancing - 1977 - Andrea True Connection

SONGS FROM 1977: OH - OXYGENE

Oh Boy - 1977 - Brotherhood Of Man

Oh Lori - 1977 - Alessi

O-H-I-O – 1977 - Ohio Players

O.K. - 1977 - Rock Follies

On And On (down in Jamaica they got lot's of pretty women, steal your money and they'll break you heart) - 1977 - Stephen Bishop

On Your Face – 1976/1977 – Earth, Wind & Fire

One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer – 1977 – George Thorogood and the Destroyers (rock)

Only The Good Die Young (I’d rather laugh with the sinners than cry with the saints, sinners are much more fun, and only the good die young; you say your mother told you all that I could give you was a reputation, she never cared for me, but did she ever say a prayer for me?) – 1977 – Billy Joel

Oxygene Part IV - 1977 - Jean Michel Jarre

SONGS FROM 1977: PEACHES - PUT

Peaches - 1977 - Stranglers

Pearl's A Singer - 1977 - Elkie Brooks

Point Of No Return – 1977 – Kansas

Pretty Vacant - 1977 - Sex Pistols

Pride, The (Part 1) – 1977 – Isley Brothers

Psycho Killer – 1977 – Talking Heads

Put Your Love In Me - 1977 - Hot Chocolate

SONGS FROM 1977: RADIO - ROMEO

Radio Radio - 1977 - Elvis Costello

Red Light Spells Danger - 1977 - Billy Ocean

Rich Girl (you're a rich girl, and you're going too far, cause you know it don't matter anyway, you can rely on the old man's money, you can rely on the old man's money, it's a bitch, girl) - 1977 - Hall & Oates

Right Time Of The Night (it’s the right time of the night, the stars are waking above, it’s the right time of the night for making love) – 1977 – Jennifer Warnes - Replace previous words

Roadrunner - 1977 - Jonathan Richman and the Modern Lovers

Rockaria - 1977 - Electric Light Orchestra

Rocket Ride – 1977/1978 – Kiss

Rockin' All Over The World - 1977 - Status Quo

Rocky Mountain Way - 1973/1977 - Joe Walsh

Romeo - 1977 - Mr. Big

“Roots” theme (from the movie Roots) – 1977 – Quincy Jones

Runaway (and I wonder, I wonder, why, why you ran away, and I wonder where you will stay, my little runaway) (cover version) – 1977 – Bonnie Raitt

SONGS FROM 1977: SAM - SHUFFLE

Sam - 1977 - Olivia Newton-John

San Francisco (You’ve Got Me) – 1977 – Village People

(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction (cover version) – 1977/1978 – Devo

Saturday Nite - 1977 - Earth, Wind & Fire

Scenes From An Italian Restaurant (Brenda and Eddie were the popular steadies and the king and the queen of the prom, riding around with the car top down and the radio on, nobody looked any finer, or was more of a hit at the Parkway Diner; a bottle of red, a bottle of white, whatever kind of mood you’re in tonight, I’ll meet you anytime you want in our Italian restaurant) – 1977 – Billy Joel

Seaside Woman – 1977 – Suzy And The Red Stripes (Linda McCartney, Paul McCartney and Wings)

Second Hand News (I'm just second hand news, I'm just second hand news) - 1977 - Fleetwood Mac

Send In The Clowns - 1977 - Judy Collins

She Thinks I Still Care - 1977 - Elvis Presley

She’s Always A Woman (she can kill with a smile, she can wound with her eyes, she can ruin your faith with her casual lies, and she only reveals what she wants you to see, she hides like a child, but she’s always a woman to me) – 1977 – Billy Joel

She's Not There - 1977 - Santana

Shock Me – 1977 - Kiss

Shoop Shoop Song, The (It's In His Kiss) (if you wanna know if he love's you so, it's in his kiss, that's where it is) – 1977/1978 – Kate Taylor (with James Taylor)

Shout It Out Loud (shout it, shout it, shout it out loud) – 1976/1977 – Kiss

Show You The Way To Go - 1977 - Jacksons

Shuffle, The - 1977 - Van McCoy

SONGS FROM 1977: SIDE - SMOKE

Side Show - 1977 - Barry Biggs

Signed, Sealed, Delivered (here I am baby, signed, sealed, delivered, I'm yours) – 1977 - Peter Frampton

Silver Lady - 1977 - David Soul

Sing Me - 1977 - Brothers

Sir Duke (you can feel it all over, you can feel it all over people) - 1977 - Stevie Wonder

Sleepwalker – 1977 – The Kinks

Slip Your Disc To This - 1977 - Heatwave

Slow Dancin' Don't Turn Me On - 1977 - Addrisi Brothers

Slow Down - 1977 - John Miles

Smoke From A Distant Fire (you left me here on your way to paradise, you pulled the rug right out from under my life, I know where you're going to, I knew when you came home last night; your eyes have a mist from the smoke of a distant fire) - 1977 - Sanford/Townsend Band

SONGS FROM 1977: SO - SPOT

So In To You (I am so in to you, I can't think of nothing else) - 1977 - Atlanta Rhythm Section

So You Win Again - 1977 - Hot Chocolate

Soily – 1976/1977 (live) – Paul McCartney and Wings

Solsbury Hill - 1977 - Peter Gabriel

Somebody To Love - 1977 - Queen

Someone To Lay Down Beside Me - 1977 - Linda Ronstadt

Something Better Change - 1977 - Stranglers

Sound And Vision - 1977 - David Bowie

Southern Nights - 1977 - Glen Campbell

Spot The Pigeon - 1977 - Genesis

SONGS FROM 1977: STAKE - STRAWBERRY

Stake, The (nobody loves you like the way I do) – 1977 - Steve Miller Band

Stand Tall - 1977 - Burton Cummings

Star Wars (Main Title) (Instrumental) - 1977 - John Williams and The LSO

Star Wars Theme/Cantina Band (Instrumental) - 1977 - Meco

Straighten Out - 1977 - Stranglers

Stranger, The (well we all have a face that we hide away forever, and we take them out and show ourselves when everyone has gone; why were you so surprised that you never saw the stranger, did you ever let your lover see the stranger in yourself?) – 1977 – Billy Joel

Strawberry Letter 23 (is it cool, or is it cool?) - 1977 - Brothers Johnson

SONGS FROM 1977: SUNNY - SWINGTOWN

Sunny - 1977 - Boney M

Sunshine After The Rain - 1977 - Elkie Brooks

Suspicion - 1977 - Elvis Presley

Swayin' To The Music (slow dancin', swayin' to the music, slow dancin', just me and my girl) - 1977 - Johnny Rivers

Sweet Music Man – 1977 - Kenny Rogers

Swingtown (come on and dance; let’s make some romance) – 1977 - Steve Miller Band

SONGS FROM 1977: TAKE - THIS

Take This Job And Shove It (take this job and shove it, I ain’t workin here no more) - 1977 – Johnny Paycheck (country)

Tear Me Apart – 1976/1977 - Suzi Quatro

Telephone Line - 1977 - Electric Light Orchestra

Telephone Man - 1977 - Meri Wilson

Tender – 1977 - Ypsilon

Teo Torriatte (Let Us Cling Together) - 1976/1977 – Queen

Thank You For The Music (the songs I'm singing, thanks for all the joy they're bringing; so I say thank you for the music, for giving it to me) - 1977/1978 - Abba

That Smell (Ooh that smell, can't you smell that smell?) - 1977 - Lynyrd Skynyrd

That’s Me – 1977 – ABBA

That's Rock 'N' Roll (come on everybody, get down, get with it) - 1977 - Shaun Cassidy

That's What Friends Are For - 1977 - Deniece Williams

Theme From Big Time, Part I (from the movie Big Time) – 1977 – Smokey Robinson

Theme From “Roots” (from the movie Roots) – 1977 – Quincy Jones

There Will Come A Day (I’m Gonna Happen To You) – 1977 – Smokey Robinson

Things We Do For Love, The (too many broken hearts have fallen in the river, too many lonely souls have drifted out to sea, you lay your bets and then you pay the price, the things we do for love, the things we do for love; like walking in the rain and the snow when there's nowhere to go, and you're feelin' like a part of you is dying, and you're looking for the answer in her eyes, you think you're gonna break up, then she says she wants to make up; ooh you made me love you, ooh you're gone away, ooh you had me crawling on the floor) - 1977 - 10cc

This Is Tomorrow - 1977 - Bryan Ferry

This Song - 1977 - George Harrison

SONGS FROM 1977: TIE - TWO

Tie Your Mother Down - 1977 – Queen

Too Hot To Handle - 1977 - Heatwave

Torn Between Two Lovers (feeling like a fool) - 1977 - Mary MacGregor

True Fine Love – 1976/1977 - Steve Miller Band

Tryin' To Love Two - 1977 - William Bell

Tulane - 1977 - Steve Gibbons Band

2-4-6-8 Motorway - 1977 - Tom Robinson Band

SONGS FROM 1977: UNCLOUDY - UPTOWN

Uncloudy Day - 1976/1977 - Willie Nelson

Undercover Angel (midnight fantasy, I never had a dream that made sweet love to me, undercover angel, answer to my prayers, you made me know that there's a love for me out there) - 1977 - Alan O'Day

Uptown Festival - 1977 - Shalamar

SONGS FROM 1977: VILLAGE - VITAMIN

Village People – 1977 – Village People

Virginia Plain - 1977 - Roxy Music

Vitamin U – 1977 – Smokey Robinson

SONGS FROM 1977: WALK - WE'RE

Walk This Way (she told me to walk this way, talk this way; just give me a kiss...like this) - 1977 - Aerosmith

Watchin' The Detectives - 1977 - Elvis Costello

Way Down - 1977 - Elvis Presley

We Just Disagree (there ain't no good guy, there ain't no bad guy, there's only you and me and we just disagree) - 1977 - Dave Mason

Weekend In New England - 1977 - Barry Manilow

We're All Alone (close the windows, come alive, and it will be all right) (cover version) - 1977 - Rita Coolidge

SONGS FROM 1977: WHAT - WHY

What A Difference You’ve Made In My Life - 1977 – Ronnie Milsap

What Can I Say - 1977 - Boz Scaggs

Whatcha Gonna Do? (when she says goodbye, whatcha gonna do when she is gone?, all at once, you're ready to give it up, 'cause things didn't turn out the way you planned, and all your friends are calling you a fool, 'cause you don't know a good thing when you've got it in your hands) - 1977 - Pablo Cruise

What's Your Name (little girl, what's your name?) - 1977 - Lynyrd Skynyrd

When - 1977 - Showaddywaddy

When I Need You (I just close my eyes and I'm with you) - 1977 - Leo Sayer

When I Think About You – 1977 – Aretha Franklin

Whodunit - 1977 - Tavares

Whole Lotta Rosie – 1977/1978/1980 (live) – AC/DC

Why Do Lovers (Break Each Other’s Heart?) – 1977 - Hall and Oates

SONGS FROM 1977: WILD - WONDEROUS

Wild Side Of Life - 1977 - Status Quo

Wonderous Stories - 1977 - Yes

SONGS FROM 1977: Y'ALL

Y’All Come Back Saloon – 1977 – The Oak Ridge Boys

SONGS FROM 1977: YEAR - YES

Year Of The Cat - 1977 - Al Stewart

Yes Sir I Can Boogie - 1977 - Baccara

SONGS FROM 1977: YOU - YOU'VE

You And Me - 1977 - Alice Cooper

You Are On My Mind – 1976/1977 - Chicago

You Can't Turn Me Off (in the middle of turning me on) - 1977 - High Inergy

You Don't Have To Be A Star (to be in my show) - 1977 - Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr.

You Got What It Takes - 1977 - Showaddywaddy

You Light Up My Life (you give me hope to carry on) - 1977 - Debby Boone

You Made Me Believe In Magic - 1977 - Bay City Rollers

You Make Loving Fun (sweet, wonderful you, you make me happy with the things you do) - 1977 - Fleetwood Mac

You Make Me Feel Like Dancing (you've got a cute way of talking; you make me feel like dancing, I wanna dance my life away) - 1977 - Leo Sayer

You Ought To Hear Me Cry - 1977 - Willie Nelson

Your Generation – 1977 – Generation X (Gen X)

Your Love - 1977 - Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr.

(Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher And Higher (than I've ever been lifted before) - 1977 - Rita Coolidge

Your Smiling Face - 1977 - James Taylor

You're Gonna Get Next To Me - 1977 - Bo Kirkland and Ruth Davis

You're More Than A Number In My Little Red Book - 1977 - Drifters

You're Moving Out Today - 1977 - Carole Bayer Sager

You're My World - 1977 - Helen Reddy

You’re The One – 1977 – The Oak Ridge Boys

You've Really Got A Hold On Me (I don't like you, but I love you, don't want to be thinking of you, though you treat me badly, I love you madly, you've really got a hold on me) - 1977 - Eddie Money

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