Songs From 1972

Popular Songs From 1972

SONGS FROM 1972: AFRICA – AMY

Africa (love Africa ah-ah-ah, beautiful land ah-ah-ah) – 1972 – Thundermug

Ain’t No Sunshine (ain’t no sunshine when she’s gone) – 1972 – Michael Jackson

Ain’t Understanding Mellow (no need to explain) – 1972 – Jerry Butler and Brenda Lee Eager

Alive – 1972 – Bee Gees

All The King’s Horses – 1972 – Aretha Franklin

All The Young Dudes – 1972 – Mott The Hoople

Alone Again (alone again, naturally) – 1972 – Gilbert O’Sullivan 

Amazing Grace – 1972 – Royal Scots Dragoon Guards 

America (counting the cars on the New Jersey Turnpike, they’ve all gone to look for America) – 1972 – Simon and Garfunkel

America (counting the cars on the New Jersey Turnpike, they’ve all gone to look for America) (cover version) – 1972 – Yes

American Pie (bye bye Miss American Pie, drove my Chevy to the levy but the levy was dry) – 1972 – Don McLean 

American Trilogy, An (Dixie/All My Trials/Battle Hymn Of The Republic) – 1972 – Elvis Presley

Amie (I think I could stay with you for awhile or maybe longer if I do) – 1972 – Pure Prairie League

Amy – see Amie 

SONGS FROM 1972: AND – AUTOMATICALLY

And You And I – 1972 – Yes

Angel – 1972 – Rod Stewart

Anticipation (it’s making me wait, it’s keeping me waiting) – 1972 – Carly Simon

Any Old Wind That Blows – 1972/1973 – Johnny Cash

April Fools – 1972 – Aretha Franklin

At The Club – 1972 – Drifters

Automatically Sunshine – 1972 – Supremes

SONGS FROM 1972: BABY – BETCHA

Baby Blue (did you really think that I’d forget and regret, the special love I have for you) – 1972/2013 – Badfinger

Baby Don’t Get Hooked On Me (baby baby don’t get hooked on me, ‘cuz I’ll just use you then I’ll set you free) – 1972 – Mac Davis

Back Off Boogaloo (back off Boogaloo, I said back off Boogaloo) – 1972 – Ringo Starr

Back Stabbers (they smile in your face, all the while they wanna take your place) – 1972 – The O’Jays 

Bang A Gong (Get It On) – 1972 – T. Rex

Beautiful Sunday – 1972 – Daniel Boone

Beg Steal Or Borrow – 1972 – New Seekers

Ben – 1972 – Michael Jackson

Betcha By Golly, Wow – 1972 – The Stylistics

SONGS FROM 1972: BIG – BURNING

Big Six – 1972 – Judge Dread

Black And White (the ink is black the page is white, together we learn to read and write) – 1972 – Three Dog Night

Black Dog (hey hey mama said the way you move, gonna make you sweat gonna make you groove) – 1972 – Led Zeppelin

Blue Is The Color – 1972 – Chelsea F.C.

Blue Sky – 1972 – The Allman Brothers Band

Boppin’ The Blues (cover version) – 1972 – Blackfeather

Brandy (you’re a fine girl, what a good wife you would be) – 1972 – Looking Glass 

Breaking Up Is Hard To Do – 1972 – The Partridge Family

Burlesque – 1972 – Family

Burning Love – 1972 – Elvis Presley

Burning The Midnight Oil – 1971/1972 – Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton 

SONGS FROM 1972: C – CITY

C Moon – 1972 – Paul McCartney and Wings

California Man – 1972 – Move

Candy Man, The (the candy man can) – 1972 – Sammy Davis, Jr.

Castles In The Air – 1972 – Don McLean

Celluloid Heroes – 1972 – The Kinks

Changes (ch-ch-changes; look out you rock and rollers) – 1972 – David Bowie

Children Of The Revolution – 1972 – T-Rex

Circles – 1972 – New Seekers

City Of New Orleans (don’t you know me?, I’m your native son) – 1972 – Arlo Guthrie

SONGS FROM 1972: CLAIR – CRYING

Clair – 1972 – Gilbert O’Sullivan

Clean Up Woman – 1972 – Betty Wright

Coconut (put the lime in the coconut and drink it all up) – 1972 – Nilsson 

Come One Over To My Place – 1972 – Drifters

Come What May – 1972 – Vicky Leandros

Convention ’72 – 1972 – Delegates

Could It Be Forever – 1972 – David Cassidy

Cowboy’s Work Is Never Done, A – 1972 – Sonny and Cher

Crazy Horses – 1972 – The Osmonds

Crying Laughing Loving Lying – 1972 – Labi Siffre

SONGS FROM 1972: DADDY – DROWNING

Daddy Don’t You Walk So Fast – 1972 – Wayne Newton

Day After Day (I give my love to you) – 1972 – Badfinger

Day By Day – 1972 – Godspell

Day Dreaming – 1972 – Aretha Franklin

Debora – 1972 – T-Rex

Delta Dawn – 1972 – Tanya Tucker

Dialogue (Part I & II) – 1972 – Chicago

Diary (I found her diary underneath a tree and started reading about me) – 1972 – Bread

Dirty Work (I’m a fool to do your dirty work) – 1972 – Steely Dan

Do Ya (do ya do ya want my love?, do ya do ya want my face?) – 1972 – The Move

Do You Remember These – 1972 – The Statler Brothers

Do You Want To Dance (slower cover version) – 1972/1973 – Bette Midler

Doctor My Eyes – 1972 – Jackson Browne

Donna – 1972 – 10cc

Don’t Cross The River (if you can’t swim the tide don’t try denying livin’ on the other side, all your life you were on your own) – 1972 – America

Don’t Go Near The Water – 1971/1972 – Beach Boys

Don’t Say You Don’t Remember – 1972 – Beverly Bremers

Doobedood’ndoobe Doobedood’ndoobe – 1972 – Diana Ross

Down By The Lazy River – 1972 – The Osmonds

Drowning In The Sea Of Love – 1972 – Joe Simon

SONGS FROM 1972: ELECTED -EVERYTHING

Elected – 1971/1972 – Alice Cooper

Everybody Plays The Fool (sometimes; it may be factual – it may be cruel) – 1972- The Main Ingredient

Everything I Own (I would give everything I own; just to have you back again) – 1972 – Bread

SONGS FROM 1972: FAMILY -FROM

Family Of Man, The – 1972 – Three Dog Night

Feelin’ Alright (I’m not feelin’ too good myself) – 1972 – Joe Cocker

First Time Ever I Saw Your Face, The – 1972 – Roberta Flack

Floy Joy – 1972 – The Supremes

For Emily, Whenever I May Find Her – 1972 – Simon and Garfunkel

Francine – 1972 – ZZ Top

Freddie’s Dead – 1972 – Curtis Mayfield

From The Beginning – 1972 – Emerson, Lake And Palmer

SONGS FROM 1972: GARDEN – GUITAR

Garden Party (it’s all right now I’ve learned my lesson well, you can’t please everyone so you have to please yourself) – 1972 – Rick Nelson and the Stone Canyon Band 

Ginger Man – 1972 – Brian Cadd

Give Ireland Back To The Irish – 1972 – Paul McCartney and Wings

Glory Bound – 1972 – The Grass Roots

Go All The Way (please go all the way, it feels so right – being with you here tonight) – 1972 – Raspberries 

God Gave Rock and Roll To You – 1972 – Argent

Good Time Charlie’s Got The Blues – 1972 – Danny O’Keefe

Goodbye To Jane – 1972 – see Gudbuy T’ Jane

Goodbye To Love – 1972 – Carpenters

Gudbuy T’ Jane – 1972 – Slade

Guitar Man (who treats you right night after night, baby it’s the guitar man) – 1972 – Bread

Guns, Guns, Guns – 1972 – The Guess Who

SONGS FROM 1972: HALLELUJAH – HIGHWAY

Hallelujah Freedom – 1972 – Junior Campbell

Handbags And Gladrags – 1969/1972 – Rod Stewart

Happiest Girl In The Whole U.S.A., The – 1972 – Donna Fargo

Happy – 1972 – The Rolling Stones

Heart Of Gold (I’ve been searching for a heart of gold, and I’m growing old) – 1972 – Neil Young

Heartbroken Bopper – 1972 – The Guess Who

Help Me Make It Through The Night – 1972 – Gladys Knight and the Pips

Here I Go Again – 1972 – Archie Bell and the Drells

Hey Girl – 1972 – Donny Osmond

Highway Star – 1972 – Deep Purple

SONGS FROM 1972: HOLD – HURTING

Hold Her Tight – 1972 – The Osmonds

Hold Your Head Up (hold your head up woman, hold your head high) – 1972 – Argent

Honky Cat (get back Honky Cat) – 1972 – Elton John

Horse With No Name, A (I’ve been through the desert on a horse with no name, it felt good to be out of the rain) – 1972 – America

Hot Rod Lincoln – 1972 – Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen

How Can I Be Sure – 1972 – David Cassidy

How Do You Do? (how do you do mm mm; hey that’s what I’m living for) – 1972 – Mouth & MacNeal

Hurting Each Other (we can’t go on hurting each other) – 1972 – The Carpenters

SONGS FROM 1972: I

I Ain’t Never – 1972 – Mel Tillis

I Am Woman (I am woman hear me roar, in numbers too big to ignore) – 1972 – Helen Reddy

I Believe In Music (I believe in music, I believe in love) – 1972 – Mac Davis

I Believe In Music (I believe in music, I believe in love) – 1972 – Gallery

I Can See Clearly Now (I can see clearly now the rain is gone) – 1972 – Johnny Nash

I Can’t Help Myself – 1972 – Donnie Elbert

I Didn’t Get To Sleep At All (last night I didn’t get to sleep at all) – 1972 – The 5th Dimension

I Didn’t Know I Loved You (Till I Saw You Rock’n’Roll) – 1972 – Gary Glitter

I Don’t Want To Be Right (if loving you is wrong, I don’t want to be right) – 1972 – Luther Ingram

I Get The Sweetest Feeling (the closer you get the better you look baby) – 1968/1972 – Jackie Wilson

I Gotcha – 1972 – Joe Tex

I Just Can’t Help Believing – 1972 – Elvis Presley

I Knew You When – 1972 – Donny Osmond

I Need You (I need you like the flower needs the rain, you know I need you) – 1972 – America

I Saw The Light (I ran out before but I won’t do it anymore ‘cuz I saw the light in your eyes) – 1972 – Todd Rundgren

I Think About Lovin’ You – 1971/1972 – Earth, Wind & Fire

I Wanna Be Where You Are – 1972 – Michael Jackson

SONGS FROM 1972: I’D – IF

I’d Like To Teach The World To Sing (I’d like to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony) – 1972 – The New Seekers

I’d Like To Teach The World To Sing – 1972 – Hillside Singers

I’d Love You To Want Me (baby I’d love you to want me the way that I want you, the way that it should be) – 1972 – Lobo

If I Could Reach You – 1972 – The 5th Dimension

If I Was Close To You (and we would see our shadows on the ceiling, if I was close to you my love) – 1972 – Olivia Newton-John and Cliff Richard

If I Was Close To You (and we would see our shadows on the ceiling, if I was close to you my love) – 1972 – Christopher Neil

(If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don’t Want To Be Right – 1972 – Luther Ingram

If You Don’t Know Me By Now (you will never ever ever know me) – 1972 – Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes

If You Leave Me Tonight I’ll Cry – 1972 – Jerry Wallace

SONGS FROM 1972: I’LL – IT’S

I’ll Be Around (whenever you want me I’ll be there, whenever you need me I’ll be there) – 1972 – Spinners

I’ll Take You There – 1972 – The Staple Singers

I’m Gonna Be A Swinger – 1972/1973 – Webb Pierce

Oh Me Oh My (I’m A Fool For You Baby) – 1972 – Aretha Franklin

I’m Still In Love With You – 1972 – Al Green

I’m Stone In Love With You – 1972 – Stylistics

In A Broken Dream – 1972 – Python Lee Jackson and Rod Stewart

In The Rain – 1972 – The Dramatics

Isn’t Life Strange – 1972 – Moody Blues

It Never Rains In Southern California – 1972 – Albert Hammond

It’s A Sunshine Day – 1972 – Brady Kids

It’s Four In The Morning – 1972 – Faron Young

It’s Going To Take Some Time – 1972 – The Carpenters

It’s Gonna Take A Little Bit Longer – 1972 – Charley Pride

It’s One Of Those Nights (Yes Love) – 1972 – Partridge Family

SONGS FROM 1972: JESUS – JUNGLE

Jesus Is Just Alright – 1972 – The Doobie Brothers

John I’m Only Dancing – 1972 – David Bowie

Join Together (join together with the band) – 1972 – The Who

Joy (Instrumental) – 1972 – Apollo 100 featuring Tom Parker

Jungle Fever (Instrumental) – 1972 – Chakachas

SONGS FROM 1972: KATE – KINGS

Kate – 1971/1972 – Johnny Cash

Keep On Running – 1972 – Stevie Wonder

Keeper Of The Castle – 1972 – Four Tops

Killing Me Softly With His Song – 1972 – Lori Lieberman

Kings Of The World – 1972 – Mississippi

SONGS FROM 1972: LADY – LET’S

Lady Eleanor – 1972 – Lindisfarne

(Last Night) I Didn’t Get To Sleep At All – 1972 – 5th Dimension

Lay Down – 1972 – Strawbs

Lay-Away – 1972 – Isley Brothers

Layla (Layla you’ve got me on my knees, Layla I’m begging darling please) – 1972 – Derek & the Dominos (featuring Eric Clapton)

Lean On Me (when you’re not strong I’ll be your friend, I’ll help you carry on) – 1972 – Bill Withers

Leeds United – 1972 – Leeds United FC

Let’s Stay Together (I am so in love with you, whatever you want to do is alright with me) – 1972 – Al Green

SONGS FROM 1972: LIFE – LOST

Life In The Bloodstream – 1971/1972 – The Guess Who

Lion Sleeps Tonight, The – 1972 – Robert John

Listen To The Music (who-oa-oa listen to the music) – 1972 – Doobie Brothers

Little Bit Of Love – 1972 – Free

Little Bitty Pretty One – 1972 – Jackson Five

Little Woman Love – 1972 – Paul McCartney and Wings

Living In Harmony – 1972 – Cliff Richard

Living Next Door To Alice – 1972 – New World

Lonely Boy – 1972 – Donny Osmond

Long Cool Woman (she was a long cool woman in a black dress; that long cool woman had it all) – 1972 – The Hollies

Long Haired Lover From Liverpool – 1972 – Little Jimmy Osmond

Look What You Done – 1972 – see Look Wot You Dun

Look What You Done For Me – 1972 – Al Green

Look Wot You Dun – 1972 – Slade

Lookin’ Through The Windows – 1972 – Jackson Five

Loop Di Love – 1972 – Shag

Lost Forever In Your Kiss – 1972 – Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton 

SONGS FROM 1972: MAD – MIDNIGHT

Mad About You – 1972 – Bruce Ruffin

Mama Weer All Crazee Now – 1972 – Slade

Marshall’s Portable Music Machine – 1972 – Robin Jolley

Mary Had A Little Lamb – 1972 – Paul McCartney and Wings

Me And Julio Down By The Schoolyard – 1972 – Paul Simon

Me And Mrs. Jones (me and Mrs. Jones, we’ve got a thing going on) – 1972 – Billy Paul

Meet Me On The Corner – 1972 – Lindisfarne

Melissa (but back home he’ll always run to sweet Melissa) – 1972/2017 – The Allman Brothers Band 

Memphis, Tennessee – 1972 – Roy Orbison

Metal Guru – 1972 – T-Rex

Midnight Bus – 1972 – Johnny Chester

Midnight Train To Georgia – 1972 – Cissy Houston

SONGS FROM 1972: MONDAY – MY

Monday Morning Choo Choo – 1971/1972 – The Stampeders

Mona Lisas And Mad Hatters – 1972 – Elton John

Moon River – 1972 – Greyhound

Morning – 1972 – Val Doonican

Morning Has Broken – 1972 – Cat Stevens

Mother and Child Reunion – 1972 – Paul Simon

Mother Of Mine – 1972 – Neil Reid

Motorcycle Mama – 1972 – Sailcat

Mouldy Old Dough – 1972 – Lieutenant Pigeon

My Ding-A-Ling – 1972 – Chuck Berry

My Hang-Up Is You – 1972 – Freddie Hart

My World – 1972 – Bee Gees

SONGS FROM 1972: NEEDLE – NO

Needle And The Damage Done, The (live) – 1972/1993 – Neil Young

Never Been To Spain – 1972 – Three Dog Night

Nice To Be With You (oh it’s so nice to be with you, I love all the things you say and do) – 1972 – Gallery

Nickel Song, The – 1972 – Melanie

Nights In White Satin (just what the truth is I can’t say anymore, and I love you – yes I love you) – 1972 – The Moody Blues 

No Need To Worry – 1971/1972 – Johnny Cash with June Carter Cash

SONGS FROM 1972: OH – OUTA-SPACE

Oh Girl (I’d be in trouble if you left me now) – 1972 – The Chi-Lites

Oh Me Oh My (I’m A Fool For You Baby) – 1972 – Aretha Franklin

(Old Dogs, Children And) Watermelon Wine – 1972 – Tom T. Hall (country)

Old Man (old man look at my life, I’m a lot like you were) – 1972 – Neil Young

One Inch Rock – 1972 – T-Rex

One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show (Part 1) – 1972 – The Honey Cone

One Tin Soldier – 1972 – Skeeter Davis

One Way Out – 1972 – The Allman Brothers Band

10538 Overture – 1972 – Electric Light Orchestra

Oney – 1972 – Johnny Cash

Ooh-Wakka-Doo-Wakka-Day – 1972 – Gilbert O’Sullivan

Operator (That’s Not The Way It Feels) – 1972 – Jim Croce

Outa-Space (Instrumental) – 1972 – Billy Preston

SONGS FROM 1972: PAPA – PUPPY

Papa Was A Rollin’ Stone (wherever he laid his hat was his home, and when he died all he left us was alone) – 1972 – The Temptations

Peaceful Easy Feeling (I got a peaceful easy feeling and I know you won’t let me down) – 1972/1973 – Eagles

Plastic Jesus – 1972 – King Earl Boogie Band

Play Me – 1972 – Neil Diamond

Pleasure – 1972 – Ohio Players

Pop That Thang – 1972 – Isley Brothers

Pop That Thing – see Pop That Thang 

Popcorn (fun instrumental) – 1972 – Hot Butter 

Poppa Joe – 1972 – Sweet

Power Of Love – 1972 – Joe Simon

Precious And Few (precious and few are the moments we two can share) – 1972 – Climax

Promised Land, The – 1972 – Dave Edmunds

Puppy Love (and they call it puppy love) – 1972 – Donny Osmond 

SONGS FROM 1972: RADANCER – RUNNIN’

Radancer – 1972 – Marmalade

Right Combination, The – 1971/1972 – Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton 

Rock And Roll (it’s been a long time since I rock and rolled) – 1972 – Led Zeppelin

Rock And Roll Lullaby – 1972 – B.J. Thomas

Rock And Roll Part 2 (mostly Instrumental except for “Hey” shouted a lot; a popular song at many sporting events) – 1972 – Gary Glitter

Rock Me Baby – 1972 – David Cassidy

Rocket Man (and I think it’s going be a long long time; I’m a rocket man) – 1972 – Elton John

Rock ‘N’ Roll Suicide – 1972/1974 – David Bowie

Rockin’ Down The Highway – 1972 – The Doobie Brothers

Rockin’ Robin (go Rockin’ Robin ‘cuz we’re really gonna rock tonight) – 1972 – Michael Jackson

Roundabout (in and around the lake, mountains come out of the sky and they stand there) – 1972 – Yes

Run Run Run – 1972 – Jo Jo Gunne

Run To Me – 1972 – Bee Gees

Runaway, The – 1972 – The Grass Roots

Runnin’ Back To Saskatoon – 1972 – The Guess Who

SONGS FROM 1972: SATURDAY – SISTER

Saturday In The Park (I think it was the 4th of July) – 1972 – Chicago

Saturday Night At The Movies – 1972 – Drifters

Say You Don’t Mind – 1972 – Colin Blunstone

School’s Out (school’s out for summer, school’s out forever) – 1972 – Alice Cooper

Scorpio (Instrumental) – 1972 – Dennis Coffey & the Detroit Guitar Band

Seaside Shuffle – 1972 – Terry Dactyl and the Dinosaurs

Silver Machine – 1972 – Hawkwind

Sister Jane – 1972 – New World

SONGS FROM 1972: SLEEPY – STUDENT

Sleepy Shores – 1972 – Johnny Pearson Orchestra

Slippin’ Into Darkness – 1972 – War

Solid Gold Easy Action – 1972 – T-Rex

Someday Never Comes (you better learn it fast, you better learn it young ‘cause someday never comes) – 1972 – Creedence Clearwater Revival

Something’s Wrong With Me – 1972 – Austin Roberts

Son Of My Father – 1972 – Chicory Tip

Song Sung Blue (weepin’ like a willow) – 1972 – Neil Diamond

Space Truckin’ – 1972 – Deep Purple

Speak To The Sky – 1972 – Rick Springfield

Stairway To Heaven (and she’s climbing the stairway to heaven) – 1972 – Led Zeppelin

Standing In The Road – 1972 – Blackfoot Sue

Starman – 1972 – David Bowie

Starting All Over Again – 1972 – Mel and Tim

Stay With Me (tonight you’re gonna stay with me) – 1972 – Faces (with Rod Stewart)

Stay With Me – 1972 – Blue Mink

Stir It Up – 1972 – Johnny Nash

Storm In A Teacup – 1972 – Fortunes

Student Demonstration Time – 1971/1972 – Beach Boys

SONGS FROM 1972: SUAVECITO – SYLVIA’S

Suavecito – 1972 – Malo

Suffragette City – 1972/1975/1976 – David Bowie

Sugar Daddy – 1972 – Jackson Five

Sugar Me – 1972 – Lynsey De Paul

Summer Breeze (summer breeze makes me feel fine) – 1972 – Seals and Crofts

Sunny Days – 1972 – Lighthouse

Sunshine (Go Away Today) (I don’t feel much like dancing) – 1972 – Jonathan Edwards

Supersonic Rocket Ship – 1972 – The Kinks

Superwoman (Where Were You When I Needed You) – 1972 – Stevie Wonder

Suzanne Beware Of The Devil – 1972 – Dandy Livingstone

Sweet Seasons – 1972 – Carole King

Sweet Surrender (I know our lives have only begun, no more retreat – only my sweet surrender) – 1972 – Bread

Sylvia’s Mother (please Mrs. Avery, I just want to talk to her) – 1972 – Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show 

SONGS FROM 1972: TAKE- TELEGRAM

Take A Look Around – 1972 – The Temptations

Take It Easy – 1972 – Eagles

Take Me Back Home – 1972 – see Take Me Bak ‘Ome

Take Me Bak ‘Ome – 1972 – Slade

Taxi – 1972 – Harry Chapin

Teach Me How To Fly – 1972 – Jeff St. John

Telegram Sam – 1972 – T-Rex

SONGS FROM 1972: THERE – TWO

There Are More Questions Than Answers – 1972 – Johnny Nash

Thing Called Love, A – 1972 – Johnny Cash

Thunder And Lightning – 1972 – Chi Coltrane

Tight Rope – 1972 – Leon Russell

Tiny Dancer (hold me closer tiny dancer) – 1971/1972 – Elton John

Together Always – 1972 – Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton 

Too Late To Turn Back Now (I believe I believe I believe I’m falling in love) – 1972 – Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose

Too Young (to really be in love) – 1972 – Donny Osmond

Touch Your Woman – 1972 – Dolly Parton

Troglodyte (Cave Man) – 1972 – Jimmy Castor Bunch

Tumbling Dice (you got to roll me) – 1972 – The Rolling Stones

Turn To Stone – 1972 – Joe Walsh

Twistin’ The Night Away – 1972/1987 (from the movie Innerspace) – Rod Stewart

Two Divided By Love – 1972 – The Grass Roots

SONGS FROM 1972: UNTIL – USE

Until It’s Time For You To Go – 1972 – Elvis Presley

Use Me (I want to spread the news that if it feels this good getting used, you just keep on using me – until you’ve used me up) – 1972 – Bill Withers 

SONGS FROM 1972: VENTURA – VINCENT

Ventura Highway (Ventura Highway in the sunshine, where the days are longer the nights are stronger than moonshine) – 1972 – America 

Vincent – 1972 – Don McLean

SONGS FROM 1972: WALK – WORK

Walk On Water – 1972 – Neil Diamond

Walkin’ In The Rain With The One I Love – 1972 – Love Unlimited

War Song – 1972 – Graham Nash and Neil Young

Washday Blues – 1972 – Dolly Parton 

(Old Dogs, Children And) Watermelon Wine – 1972 – Tom T. Hall 

Way Of Love, The – 1972 – Cher

We’re On Our Way – 1972 – Chris Hodge

What Am I Crying For? – 1972/1973 – Classics IV

What Is Life (cover version) – 1972 – Olivia Newton-John

What Made Milwaukee Famous – 1972 – Rod Stewart

Where Is The Love (where is the love you said was mine all mine until the end of time) – 1972 – Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway

Why – 1972 – Donny Osmond

Wholy Holy – 1972 – Aretha Franklin

Wig Wam Bam – 1972 – Sweet

Wings Of An Eagle – 1972 – Russell Morris

Witchy Woman (ooh-hoo witchy woman, see how high she flies) – 1972 – Eagles 

Without You (I can’t live if living is without you, I can’t give – I can’t give anymore) – 1972 – Nilsson

Woman Is The N____ Of The World – 1972 – John Lennon

Wonderful Wonderful Wonderful – 1972/1973 – Webb Pierce 

Words Don’t Fit The Picture – 1972 – Willie Nelson

Work To Do – 1972 – Isley Brothers

SONGS FROM 1972: YOU – YOU’RE

You And I (We Can Conquer The World) – 1972 – Stevie Wonder

You Are Everything (you are everything and everything is you) – 1972 – The Stylistics

You Can Leave Your Hat On – 1972 – Randy Newman

You Don’t Mess Around With Jim (you don’t pull the mask off the ol’ Lone Ranger, and you don’t mess around with Jim) – 1972 – Jim Croce

You Ought To Be With Me – 1972 – Al Green

You Wear It Well (a little old-fashioned but that’s all right) – 1972 – Rod Stewart

Young New Mexican Puppeteer, The – 1972 – Tom Jones

You’re A Lady – 1972 – Peter Skellern

You’re The Man – 1972 – Marvin Gaye 

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