Songs From 1969

Popular Songs From 1969

Enjoy this popular music from 1969!

SONGS FROM 1969: ALL – ATLANTIS

All I Have To Do Is Dream – 1969 – Glen Campbell and Bobbie Gentry

Always, Always – 1969 – Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton 

And That Reminds Me (My Heart Reminds Me) – 1969 – Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons

And When I Die (and when I die and when I’m gone, there’ll be one child born in this world to carry on) – 1969 – Blood, Sweat & Tears 

Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In (this is the dawning of the age of Aquarius; let the sun shine – let the sunshine in) – 1969 – 5th Dimension

Atlantis (the great Egyptian age is but a remnant of the Atlantian culture) – 1969 – Donovan 

SONGS FROM 1969: BABE – BEHIND

Babe I’m Gonna Leave You – 1969 – Led Zeppelin

Baby, Baby Don’t Cry (his loss is our gain, so don’t be blue) – 1969 – Smokey Robinson & the Miracles

Baby I Love You (have I ever told you how good it feels to hold you?)- 1969 – Andy Kim

Baby, I’m For Real (baby baby baby you don’t have to go, stay a little while longer) – 1969 – The Originals

Baby It’s You (don’t want nobody nobody, ‘cuz baby it’s you) – 1969 – Smith 

Baby Make It Soon – 1969 – Marmalade

Back In The U.S.S.R (you don’t know how lucky you are boy, back in the U.S.S.R) – 1968/1969 – The Beatles 

Backfield In Motion (backfield in motion, I’m gonna have to penalize you) – 1969 – Mel and Tim 

Bad Moon Rising (don’t go around tonight it’s bound to take your life, there’s a bad moon rising) – 1969 – Creedence Clearwater Revival 

Badge (I told you not to wander out in the dark, I told you about the swans that they live in the park) – 1969 – Cream 

Ballad Of John And Yoko, The – 1969 – The Beatles

Barabajagal (Love Is Hot) – 1969 – Donovan

Behind A Painted Smile – 1969 – Isley Brothers

SONGS FROM 1969: BIG – BUILD

Big Ship – 1969 – Cliff Richard

Birthday (they say it’s your birthday, we’re gonna have a good time) – 1969 – The Beatles

Birthday (cover version) (they say it’s your birthday, we’re gonna have a good time) – 1969 – Underground Sunshine

Black Berries (Part 1) – 1969 – Isley Brothers

Black Pearl – 1969 – Sonny Charles & the Checkmates, Ltd.

Blackberry Way – 1969 – Move

Bless Your Heart – 1969 – Isley Brothers

Blistered – 1969/1970 – Johnny Cash

Bluebirds Over the Mountain (cover version) – 1968/1969 – The Beach Boys

Boom Bang-A-Bang – 1969 – Lulu

Born Free (Instrumental version) – 1969 – Hank Marvin

Born On the Bayou (wish I was back on the bayou rollin’ with some Cajun queen) – 1969 – Creedence Clearwater Revival

Boxer, The (I am just a poor boy though my story’s seldom told) – 1969 – Simon and Garfunkel 

Boy Named Sue, A – 1969 – Johnny Cash

Brand New Me, A – 1969 – Dusty Springfield

Break Away – 1969 – The Beach Boys

Break My Mind – 1969/1970 – Roy Orbison 

Bring Me Sunshine – 1968/1969 – Willie Nelson 

Bringing On Back The Good Times – 1969 – Love Affair

Brother Love’s Travelling Salvation Show (pack up the babies and grab the old ladies) – 1969 – Neil Diamond

Build Me Up Buttercup (why do you build me up buttercup, baby just to let me down and mess me around?) – 1969 – The Foundations

SONGS FROM 1969: CALL – CLOUD

(Call Me) Number One – 1969 – Tremeloes

Can I Change My Mind – 1969 – Tyrone Davis

Carry That Weight (boy you’re gonna carry that weight, carry that weight a long time) – 1969 – The Beatles

Celebrate (celebrate, celebrate, dance to the music) – 1969 – Three Dog Night

Celebrate The News – 1969 – Beach Boys

Change Of Heart – 1969 – Classics IV

Cherry Hill Park – 1969 – Billy Joe Royal

Chokin’ Kind, The – 1969 – Joe Simon

Clean Up Your Own Back Yard – 1969 – Elvis Presley

Cloud Nine – 1969 – The Temptations

SONGS FROM 1969: COLOR – CURLY

Color Him Father – 1969 – The Winstons

Come Back And Shake Me – 1969 – Clodagh Rodgers

Come Together (come together right now, over me) – 1969 – The Beatles

Commotion – 1969 – Creedence Clearwater Revival

Communication Breakdown – 1969 – Led Zeppelin

Composer, The – 1969 – Diana Ross & the Supremes

Conversations – 1969 – Cilla Black

Crimson And Clover (over and over) – 1969 – Tommy James & the Shondells

Crystal Blue Persuasion – 1969 – Tommy James & the Shondells

Cupid – 1969 – Johnny Nash

Curly – 1969 – Move

SONGS FROM 1969: DADDY – DURHAM

Daddy – 1969 – Dolly Parton

Daddy Sang Bass – 1969 – Johnny Cash

Dark Shadows Theme (Quentin’s Theme) – 1969 – Charles Randolph Grean Sounde

Dazed And Confused – 1969 – Led Zeppelin

Delta Lady – 1969 – Joe Cocker

Did You See Her Eyes – 1969 – The Illusion

Dizzy (I’m so dizzy, my head is spinning like a whirlpool it never ends) – 1969 – Tommy Roe

Do What You Gotta Do – 1969 – Four Tops

Do Your Thing – 1969 – Charles Wright and The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band

Don’t Forget To Remember – 1969 – Bee Gees

Don’t Give In To Him – 1969 – Gary Puckett and the Union Gap

Don’t Let Me Down (nobody ever really loved me like she does, ooh she does – yes she does) – 1969/1970 – The Beatles

Down On The Corner (down on the corner out in the street) – 1969 – Creedence Clearwater Revival

Durham Town (The Leavin’) – 1969 – Roger Whittaker

SONGS FROM 1969: EARLY – EVERYDAY

Early In The Morning – 1969 – Vanity Fare

Earth – 1969 – Smile

Easy To Be Hard – 1969 – Three Dog Night

Eleanor Rigby (all the lonely people where do they all come from?, all the lonely people where do they all belong?) – 1969 – Aretha Franklin

Electric Stories – 1968/1969 – Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons

Eli’s Coming (Eli’s coming – hide your heart girl) – 1969 – Three Dog Night

Every Day With You Girl – see Everyday With You Girl 

Everybody’s Talkin’ (everybody’s talkin’ at me, I can’t hear a word they’re saying) – 1969 – Nilsson 

Everyday People (I am everyday people; different strokes for different folks) – 1969 – Sly & The Family Stone

Everyday With You Girl – 1969 – Classics IV featuring Dennis Yost

SONGS FROM 1969: FEELIN’ – FROZEN

Feelin’ So Good (skooby doo) – 1969 – The Archies

Feeling Alright – 1969 – Joe Cocker

First Of May – 1969 – Bee Gees

Fortunate Son (I ain’t no fortunate son) – 1969 – Creedence Clearwater Revival

Fox On The Run (this woman tempted me oh yes, and took me for a ride) – 1969 – Manfred Mann

Friendship Train – 1969 – Gladys Knight & the Pips

Frozen Orange Juice – 1969 – Peter Sarstedt

SONGS FROM 1969: GALVESTON – GET

Galveston – 1969 – Glen Campbell

Games People Play – 1969 – Joe South

Gentle On My Mind – 1969 – Aretha Franklin

Gentle On My Mind – 1969 – Dean Martin

Get Back (get back get back, get back to where you once belonged) – 1969 – The Beatles (with Billy Preston)

Get Ready (tweedly-dee and tweedly-dum, look out baby ’cause here I come) – 1969 – The Temptations

Get Rhythm – 1956/1969 – Johnny Cash

Get Together (come on people now smile on your brother, everybody get together) – 1969 – The Youngbloods

SONGS FROM 1969: GIMME – GIVE

Gimme Gimme Good Lovin’ – 1969 – Crazy Elephant

Gimme Shelter – 1969 – The Rolling Stones

Girl I’ll Never Know (Angels Never Fly This Low), The – 1969 – FrankieValli 

Gitarzan – 1969 – Ray Stevens

Give Peace A Chance (all we are saying is give peace a chance) – 1969 – John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band

SONGS FROM 1969: GOIN’ – GREEN

Goin’ Out Of My Head (cover version) – 1969 – Frank Sinatra

Going In Circles – 1969 – Friends of Distinction

Going Up The Country (I’m going where the water tastes like wine, we can jump in the water stay drunk all the time) – 1969 – Canned Heat

Golden Slumbers – 1969 – The Beatles

Goo Goo Barabajagal (Love Is Hot) – 1969 – Jeff Beck with Donovan

Good Lovin’ Ain’t Easy To Come By – 1969 – Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell

Good Morning Starshine (the earth says hello, you twinkle up above we twinkle below) – 1969 – Oliver 

Good Times Bad Times (good times bad times, you know I’ve had my share) – 1969 – Led Zeppelin

Good Times (Better Times) – 1969 – Cliff Richard

Goodbye – 1969 – Mary Hopkin

Goodnight Midnight – 1969 – Clodagh Rodgers

Goodnight My Love – 1969 – Paul Anka

Grazing In The Grass (grazing in the grass is a gas, baby can you dig it?) – 1969 – Friends of Distinction

Green River (I can hear the bullfrog calling me; come on home to Green River) – 1969 – Creedence Clearwater Revival 

SONGS FROM 1969: HAIR – HEY

Hair (it’s not for lack of bread, like the Grateful Dead) – 1969 – The Cowsills

Half As Nice (if paradise is half as nice) – 1969 – Amen Corner

Handbags And Gladrags – 1969/1972 – Rod Stewart

Hang ‘Em High – 1969 – Booker T. & the MG’s

Hare Krishna – 1969 – Radha Krishna Temple

Harlem Shuffle (yeah yeah yeah do the Harlem Shuffle; shake a tail-feather baby – 1969 – Bob and Earl

Hawaii Five-O (instrumental) – 1969 – The Ventures 

Hayride – 1969 – The Flying Circus

Heartbreaker (hey fellas have you heard the news, you know that Annie’s back in town) – 1969 – Led Zeppelin

Heaven Knows – 1969 – The Grass Roots

Hello Susie – 1969 – Amen Corner

Here Comes The Sun (here comes the sun and I say it’s alright) -1969 – The Beatles

Hey Bulldog – 1969 – The Beatles

Hey Jude (take a sad song and make it better) – 1969 – Wilson Pickett

SONGS FROM 1969: HIGHER

(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher And Higher (your love lifting me higher than I’ve ever been lifted before) – 1967/1969 – Jackie Wilson

SONGS FROM 1969: HOLLY – HURT

Holly Holy – 1969 – Neil Diamond

Honky Tonk Women – 1969 – The Rolling Stones

Hooked On A Feeling (I’m high on believing that you’re in love with me) – 1969 – B.J. Thomas

Hot Fun In The Summertime – 1969 – Sly & the Family Stone

Hot Smoke And Sasafrass – 1969 – Bubble Puppy

Hungry Eyes – 1969 – Merle Haggard

Hurt So Bad – 1969 – The Lettermen

SONGS FROM 1969: I

I Can Hear Music – 1969 – The Beach Boys

I Can’t Get Next To You (I can’t get next to you babe, I can’t get next to you) – 1969 – The Temptations

I Can’t See Myself Leaving You – 1969 – Aretha Franklin

I Got A Line On You (I – I got a line, I got a line on you babe) – 1969 – Spirit

I Guess I’ll Always Love You – 1969 – Isley Brothers

I Hope So – 1969/1970 – Willie Nelson 

I Love You Because (cover version) – 1969 – Carl Smith

I Started A Joke (I started a joke which started the whole world crying, and I couldn’t see that the joke was on me) – 1969 – Bee Gees

I Threw It All Away – 1969 – Bob Dylan

I Turned You On – 1969 – Isley Brothers

I Want To Take You Higher – 1969 – Sly & The Family Stone

I Want You (She’s So Heavy) (I want you, I want you so bad) – 1969 – The Beatles

I Would Be In Love (Anyway) – 1969 – Frank Sinatra

SONGS FROM 1969: I’D – I’LL

I’d Rather Go Blind – 1969 – Chicken Shack

I’d Wait A Million Years (walk a million miles cry a million tears; just to have you near me) – 1969 – The Grass Roots

Idaho – 1969 – Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons

If I Can Dream – 1969 – Elvis Presley

If I Had Last Night To Live Over – 1969 – Webb Pierce 

If I Were A Carpenter – 1969/1970 – Johnny Cash with June Carter Cash

(If Paradise Is) Half As Nice – 1969 – Amen Corner

I’ll Never Fall In Love Again – 1969 – Tom Jones

I’ll Never Fall In Love Again – 1969 – Bobbie Gentry

I’ll Pick A Rose For My Rose – 1969 – Marv Johnson

I’ll Share My World With You – 1969 – George Jones

I’ll Try Something New – 1969 – Diana Ross & The Supremes and The Temptations

SONGS FROM 1969: I’M – I’VE

I’m A Better Man – 1969 – Engelbert Humperdinck

I’m A Man – 1969 – Chicago

(I’m A) Road Runner – 1969 – Jr. Walker and The All Stars

I’m Free – 1969 – The Who

I’m Gonna Make You Love Me – 1969 – Diana Ross & The Supremes and The Temptations

I’m Gonna Make You Mine – 1969 – Lou Christie

I’m Livin’ In Shame – 1969 – Diana Ross & The Supremes

Imagine The Swan (you’ve become kind of gray and you’re not like the swan that I knew yesterday) – 1969 – The Zombies

In The Bad Bad Old Days – 1969 – Foundations

In The Ghetto – 1969 – Elvis Presley

In The Ghetto (cover version) – 1969 – Dolly Parton 

In The Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad) – 1969 – Dolly Parton 

In The Year 2525 (Exordium & Terminus) – 1969 – Zager and Evans

Indian Giver – 1969 – 1910 Fruitgum Co.

Is That All There Is – 1969 – Peggy Lee

Israelites – 1969 – Desmond Dekker & the Aces

It Miek – 1969 – Desmond Dekker and the Aces

It’s Getting Better – 1969 – Mama Cass

It’s Your Thing – 1969 – Isley Brothers

I’ve Gotta Be Me – 1969 – Sammy Davis, Jr.

SONGS FROM 1969: JE – JUST

Je T’Aime…Moi Non Plus – 1969 – Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg

Jealous Kind Of Fella – 1969 – Garland Green

Jean – 1969 – Oliver

Just Someone I Used To Know – 1969/1970 – Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton

SONGS FROM 1969: LA – LETTER

La La – 1969 – The Flying Circus

La La La (If I Had You) – 1969 – Bobby Sherman

Laughing – 1969 – The Guess Who

Lay Lady Lay (lay across my big brass bed) – 1969 – Bob Dylan

Leaving On A Jet Plane (don’t know when I’ll be back again) – 1969 – Peter, Paul and Mary

Lemon Song, The – 1969 – Led Zeppelin

Let The Sun Shine In – see Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In 

Let The Sunshine In – see Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In 

Letter, The (lonely days are gone I’m-a goin’ home, my baby wrote me a letter) – 1969 – Arbors

SONGS FROM 1969: LIGHTS – LUZIANNA

Lights Of Cincinatti – 1969 – Scott Walker

Liquidator – 1969 – Harry J. All Stars

Little Woman – 1969 – Bobby Sherman

Lo Mucho Que Te Quiero (The More I Love You) – 1969 – Rene and Rene

Lodi (oh Lord, I’m stuck in Lodi again) – 1969 – Creedence Clearwater Revival

Love (Can Make You Happy) – 1969 – Mercy

Love Is All – 1969 – Malcolm Roberts

Love Is All I Have To Give – 1969 – Sonny Charles & the Checkmates, Ltd.

Love Me Tonight – 1969 – Tom Jones

Love Theme From Romeo and Juliet – 1969 – Henry Mancini and His Orchestra

Love’s Been Good To Me – 1969 – Frank Sinatra

Lovin’ Things – 1969 – The Grass Roots

Luzianna – 1968/1969 – Webb Pierce

SONGS FROM 1969: MAKE – MEMORIES

Make Me An Island – 1969 – Joe Dolan

Man Of The World – 1969 – Fleetwood Mac

Maria Elena – 1969/1970 – Gene Pitney 

Marrakesh Express (don’t you know we’re riding on the Marrakesh Express) – 1969 – Crosby, Stills and Nash

Maxwell’s Silver Hammer (bang bang, Maxwell’s silver hammer came down on his head) – 1969 – Beatles

Me And Bobby McGee – 1969 – Roger Miller

Mean Mr. Mustard (he’s such a mean old man) – 1969 – Beatles

Melting Pot – 1969 – Blue Mink

Memories – 1969 – Elvis Presley

SONGS FROM 1969: MIDNIGHT – MOTHER

Midnight – 1969 – Classics IV

Midnight Special (let the midnight special shine a light on me) (cover version) – 1969 – Creedence Clearwater Revival

Moby Dick (Instrumental) – 1969 – Led Zeppelin

Monsieur Dupont – 1969 – Sandie Shaw

Moody Woman – 1969 – Jerry Butler

More Today Than Yesterday (I love you more today than yesterday, but not as much as tomorrow) – 1969 – Spiral Starecase

Morning Girl – 1969 – Neon Philharmonic

Mother Popcorn (You Got To Have A Mother For Me) – 1969 – James Brown

SONGS FROM 1969: MY

My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy – 1969 – Dolly Parton 

My Cherie Amour – 1969 – Stevie Wonder 

My Friend – 1969 – Roy Orbison

My Life – 1969 – Bill Anderson

My Pledge Of Love – 1969 – Joe Jeffrey Group

My Sentimental Friend – 1969 – Herman’s Hermits

My Way (I did it my way) – 1969 – Frank Sinatra

My Whole World Ended (the moment you left me) – 1969 – David Ruffin

SONGS FROM 1969: NA – NUMBER

Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye (he doesn’t love you the way that I love you, if he did he wouldn’t make you cry) – 1969 – Steam 

Natural Born Bugie – 1969 – Humble Pie

Never Learn Not To Love – 1969 – Beach Boys

98.6–Lazy Day – 1969 – Lesley Gore

Nobody’s Child – 1969 – Karen Young

Number One (Call Me) – 1969

SONGS FROM 1969: OCTOPUS’S – ONLY

Octopus’s Garden (I’d like to be under the sea in an Octopus’s Garden) – 1969 – Beatles

Oh! Darling (when you told me you didn’t need me anymore, you know I nearly broke down and cried) – 1969 – The Beatles

Oh Happy Day – 1969 – The Edwin Hawkins Singers

Oh Well (don’t ask me what I think of you, I might not give the answer that you want me to) – 1969 – Fleetwood Mac

Oh, What A Night – 1969 – The Dells

Okie From Muskogee – 1969 – Merle Haggard

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (from the movie On Her Majesty’s Secret Service) – 1969 – The John Barry Orchestra

One (one is the lonliest number that you’ll ever do, two can be as bad as one – it’s the lonliest number since the number one) – 1969 – Three Dog Night 

One Tin Soldier – 1969 – Original Caste

Onion Song – 1969 – Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell

Only The Strong Survive – 1969 – Jerry Butler

SONGS FROM 1969: PENNY – PUT

Penny Arcade – 1969 – Roy Orbison

Pinball Wizard (how do you think he does it? I don’t know, what makes him so good?) – 1969 – The Who

Plastic Man – 1969 – The Kinks

Playing Games of Love – 1969 – Gene Pitney 

Please Don’t Go – 1969 – Donald Peers

Polk Salad Annie – 1969 – Tony Joe White

Polythene Pam (you should see Polythene Pam, she’s so good-looking but she looks like a man) – 1969 – The Beatles

Presence Of The Lord – 1969 – Blind Faith

Proud Mary – 1969 – The Checkmates, Ltd. And Sonny Charles

Proud Mary (big wheel keep on turnin’, proud Mary keep on burnin’) – 1969 – Creedence Clearwater Revival

Put A Little Love In Your Heart (and the world will be a better place for you and me, you just wait and see) – 1969 – Jackie DeShannon

Put Yourself In My Place – 1969 – Isley Brothers

SONGS FROM 1969: QUENTIN’S – QUESTIONS

Quentin’s Theme (Instrumental from the TV series ‘Dark Shadows’) – 1969 – Charles Randolph Grean Sounde

Questions 67 And 68 – 1969 – Chicago 

SONGS FROM 1969: RACHEL – RUN

Rachel (Rachel’s Coming Home) – 1969/1970 – Russell Morris

Ragamuffin Man – 1969 – Manfred Mann

Rain In My Heart – 1968/1969 – Frank Sinatra

Ramble On – 1969 – Led Zeppelin

Real Thing, The – 1969 – Russell Morris

Return Of Django, The – 1969 – Upsetters

Reuben James – 1969 – Kenny Rogers & the First Edition

River Deep-Mountain High – 1969 – Deep Purple

River Is Wide, The – 1969 – The Grass Roots

(I’m A) Road Runner – 1969 – Jr. Walker and the All Stars

Rock Me – 1969 – Steppenwolf

“Romeo And Juliet” (Love Theme From) (Instrumental) – 1969 – Henry Mancini

Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love To Town – 1969 – Kenny Rogers & the First Edition

Run Away Child, Running Wild – 1969 – The Temptations

SONGS FROM 1969: SALT – SITTIN’

Salt Lick – 1969 – ZZ Top

Saturday Night – 1968/1969 – Webb Pierce

Saved By The Bell – 1969 – Robin Gibb

Send Me No More Letters – 1969/1970 – Trapeze 

Shangri-La – 1969 – The Kinks

Share Your Love With Me – 1969 – Aretha Franklin

She Came In Through The Bathroom Window (Sunday’s on the phone to Monday, Tuesday’s on the phone to me) – 1969 – The Beatles

She Came In Through The Bathroom Window (Sunday’s on the phone to Monday, Tuesday’s on the phone to me) – 1969 – Joe Cocker

She Lets Her Hair Down (Early in the Morning) – 1969 – Gene Pitney 

Silver Threads And Golden Needles (cover version) – 1969 – Linda Ronstadt

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

SONGS FROM 1969: SMILE – SPINNING

Smile A Little Smile For Me (smile a little smile for me Rosemarie; what’s the use in crying?) – 1969 – Flying Machine

Someday We’ll Be Together (hey hey hey, I long for you) – 1969 – Diana Ross & the Supremes

Something (something in the way she moves, attracts me like no other lover) – 1969 – The Beatles

Something In The Air (we have got to get it together) – 1969 – Thunderclap Newman

Something’s Happening – 1969 – Herman’s Hermits

Something’s On Her Mind – 1969 – Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons

Son Of A Preacher Man (the only one who could ever reach me was the son of a preacher man) – 1969 – Dusty Springfield

Sorry Suzanne – 1969 – The Hollies

Soulful Strut (Instrumental) – 1969 – Young-Holt Unlimited

Space Cowboy – 1969 – Steve Miller Band

Space Oddity – 1969 – David Bowie

Spinning Wheel (ride a painted pony, let the spinning wheel ride) – 1969 – Blood, Sweat & Tears

SONGS FROM 1969: STAND – SWEET

Stand By Your Man – 1969 – Tammy Wynette

Starstruck – 1969 – The Kinks

Statue Of A Fool – 1969 – Jack Greene

Stop Her On Sight (SOS) – 1969 – Edwin Starr

Sugar On Sunday – 1969 – Clique

Sugar, Sugar (sugar oh honey honey, you are my candy girl and you got me wanting you) – 1969 – The Archies

Suite: Judy Blue Eyes (I am yours, you are mine) – 1969 – Crosby, Stills and Nash

Sunny – 1969 – Classics IV

Surround Yourself With Sorrow – 1969 – Cilla Black

Suspicious Minds (we can’t go on together with suspicious minds, and we can’t build our dreams on suspicious minds) – 1969 – Elvis Presley

Sweet Caroline (Sweet Caroline good times never seemed so good, I’ve been inclined to believe they never would) – 1969 – Neil Diamond

Sweet Cherry Wine – 1969 – Tommy James and the Shondells

Sweet Dream – 1969 – Jethro Tull

SONGS FROM 1969: TAKE – THROW

Take A Letter Maria (address it to my wife) – 1969 – R.B. Greaves

Take Care Of Your Homework – 1969 – Johnnie Taylor

Thank You – 1969 – Led Zeppelin

That’s The Way God Planned It – 1969 – Billy Preston

That’s The Way Love Is – 1969 – Marvin Gaye

These Eyes (these eyes are crying, these eyes have seen a lot of love but they’re never gonna see another one like I had with you) – 1969 – The Guess Who

Things I’d Like To Say – 1969 – New Colony Six

This Girl Is A Woman Now – 1969 – Gary Puckett & the Union Gap

This Girl’s In Love With You – 1969 – Dionne Warwick

This Magic Moment (everything I want I have, whenever I hold you tight) – 1969 – Jay & the Americans

This Thing – 1969 – Webb Pierce

Throw Down A Line – 1969 – Cliff Richard

SONGS FROM 1969: TIME – TWO

Time Is Tight – 1969 – Booker T. & the MG’s

Time Of The Season (what’s your name? who’s your daddy?, is he rich like me?) – 1969 – The Zombies

To Know You Is To Love You – 1969 Bobby Vinton

To Love Somebody (baby you don’t know what it’s like, to love somebody – to love somebody the way I love you) – 1969 – Nina Simone

Tomorrow Is Forever – 1969/1970 – Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton 

Tomorrow Tomorrow – 1969 – Bee Gees 

Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You – 1969 – Bob Dylan

Too Busy Thinking About My Baby – 1969 – Marvin Gaye

Touch Me (babe, can’t you see that I am not afraid) – 1969 – The Doors

Traces (traces of love long ago) – 1969 – Classics IV featuring Dennis Yost

Tracks Of My Tears – 1969 – Aretha Franklin

Tracy – 1969 – The Cuff Links

Try A Little Tenderness (cover version) – 1969 – Three Dog Night

Twenty-Five Miles – 1969 – Edwin Starr

Two Little Boys – 1969 – Rolf Harris

SONGS FROM 1969: UNDONE – UNDUN

Undone – see Undun 

Undun (she’s come undone, she didn’t know what she was headed for) – 1969 – The Guess Who

SONGS FROM 1969: VICTORIA – VIVA

Victoria – 1969 – The Kinks

Viva Bobbie Joe – 1969 – Equals

SONGS FROM 1969: WAIT – WET

Wait A Million Years – see I’d Wait A Million Years 

Walking Through The Country – 1969 – The Grass Roots

Was It Good To You? – 1969 – Isley Brothers

Way It Used To Be, The – 1969 – Engelbert Humperdinck

Way Of Life – 1969 – Family Dogg

We Have All The Time In The World (from the movie On Her Majesty’s Secret Service) – 1969 – Louis Armstrong

Wedding Bell Blues (marry me Bill I’ve got the wedding bell blues, I love you so and I always will) (cover version) – 1969 – 5th Dimension

Weight, The – 1969 – Aretha Franklin

Wet Dream – 1969 – Max Romeo

SONGS FROM 1969: WHAT – WORST

What Does It Take (To Win Your Love) – 1969 – Jr. Walker & the All Stars

What Is And What Should Never Be – 1969 – Led Zeppelin

What You Gave Me – 1969 – Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell

What’s The Use Of Breaking Up – 1969 – Jerry Butler

When I Die – 1969 – Motherlode

Where Do You Go To My Lovely – 1969 – Peter Sarstedt

Where’s The Playground Susie – 1969 – Glen Campbell

Wherever I Lay My Hat – 1969 – Marvin Gaye

Whipping Post – 1969 – The Allman Brothers Band

Windmills Of Your Mind – 1969 – Noel Harrison

Winter World Of Love – 1969 – Engelbert Humperdinck

Wonderful World Beautiful People – 1969 – Jimmy Cliff

Workin’ On A Groovy Thing – 1969 – 5th Dimension

Worst That Could Happen – 1969 – Brooklyn Bridge

SONGS FROM 1969: YESTER-ME – YOU’VE

Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterday – 1969 – Stevie Wonder

Yesterday, When I Was Young – 1969 – Roy Clark

You Ain’t Livin’ Till You’re Lovin’ – 1969 – Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell

You Can’t Always Get What You Want (but if you try sometimes, you just might find – you get what you need) – 1969/1973 – The Rolling Stones 

You Got Soul – 1969 – Johnny Nash

You Showed Me (you showed me how to say exactly what you say in that very special way) – 1969 – Turtles

(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher And Higher (your love lifting me higher than I’ve ever been lifted before) – 1967/1969 – Jackie Wilson

Yours Love – 1969 – Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton 

You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’ – 1969 – Dionne Warwick

You’ve Made Me So Very Happy (I’m so glad you came into my life) – 1969 – Blood, Sweat & Tears 

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