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Steve Crawford’s Complete List – 1,000 Greatest Songs of the 1960s Alphabatized

“1969,” The Stooges

“19th Nervous Breakdown,” The Rolling Stone.

“7 and 7 Is,” Love

“96 Tears,” Question Mark and the Mysterians

“A-11,” Johnny Paycheck.

“Abbey Road Medley,” The Beatles.

“Absolutely Sweet Marie,” Bob Dylan

“Across the Alley from the Alamo,” Bob Wills

“Act Naturally,” Buck Owens

“Action Woman,” The Litter.

“Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell

“Ain’t Nothing Like the Real Thing,” Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell

“Ain’t That Peculiar,” Marvin Gaye

“Ain’t Too Proud to Beg,” The Temptations

“Ain’t Nobody Home,” Howard Tate

“Ain’t Nothing You Can Do,” Bobby Bland

“All Along the Watchtower,” Jimi Hendrix

“All Day and All of the Night,” The Kinks

“(All My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers,” Merle Haggard

“All My Loving,” The Beatles

“Alley Oop,” The Hollywood Argyles

“Alone Again Or,” Love

“America,” Simon and Garfunkel

“Angel Baby,” Rosie and the Originals

“Angel of the Morning,” Merrilee Rush & the Turnabouts

“Anna (Go to Him),” Arthur Alexander

“Another Day, Another Dollar,” Wynn Stewart

“Another Place, Another Time,” Jerry Lee Lewis

“Another Saturday Night,” Sam Cooke

“Any Day Now (My Wild Beautiful Bird),” Chuck Jackson

“Anyone Who Had a Heart,” Dionne Warwick

“Anyone Who Knows What Love Is (Will Understand),” Irma Thomas

“Apache,” The Shadows

“Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In (The Flesh Failures),” The 5th Dimension

“Are You Experienced?,” Jimi Hendrix

“Are You Lonesome Tonight?,” Elvis Presley

“Arnold Layne,” Pink Floyd

“Around and Around,” The Rolling Stones

“As Tears Go By,” Marianne Faithfull

“Astronomy Domine,” Pink Floyd

“At Last,” Etta James

“At the Crossroads,” The Sir Douglas Quintet

“B-A-B-Y,” Carla Thomas

“Baby I Love You,” Aretha Franklin.

“Baby I Need Your Loving,” The Four Tops

“Baby It’s You,” The Shirelles

“Baby Please Come Back Home,” J.J. Barnes

“Baby Please Don’t Go,” Them

“Baby Scratch My Back,” Slim Harpo

“Baby What You Want Me to Do,” Jimmy Reed

“Baby, I Love You,” The Ronettes

“Baby, I’m for Real,” The Originals

“Baby, I’m Yours,” Barbara Lewis

“Baby, Now That I Found You,” The Foundations

“Back in the U.S.S.R.,” The Beatles

“Back Up Train,” Al Greene and The Soul Mates

“Bad Moon Rising,” Creedence Clearwater Revival

“Ballad of a Thin Man,” Bob Dylan

“The Ballad of John and Yoko,” The Beatles

“Barefootin’,” Robert Parker

“Be My Baby,” The Ronettes

“Be True to Your School,” The Beach Boys

“The Beat Goes On,” Sonny and Cher

“Beck’s Bolero,” Jeff Beck

“Bend Me, Shape Me,” The American Breed

“Beyond the Sea,” Bobby Darin

“Big Ball’s in Cowtown,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

“Big Girls Don’t Cry,” The Four Seasons

“Big Legged Woman,” Jerry Lee Lewis

“Bird on a Wire,” Leonard Cohen

“The Bird’s the Word,” The Rivingtons

“Black is Black,” Los Bravos

“Blackberry Way,” The Move

“Blowin’ in the Wind,” Bob Dylan

“Blue Bayou,” Roy Orbison

“Blue Moon,” The Marcels

“Bob Dylan’s 115th Dream,” Bob Dylan

“Boom Boom,” John Lee Hooker

“Boris the Spider,” The Who

“Born in Chicago,” The Paul Butterfield Blues Band

“Born on the Bayou,” Creedence Clearwater Revival

“Born To Be Wild,” Steppenwolf

“Born Under a Bad Sign,” Albert King

“Both Sides, Now,” Joni Mitchell

“The Bottle Let Me Down,” Merle Haggard

“The Boy from New York City,” The Ad Libs

“A Boy Named Sue,” Johnny Cash

“Break On Through (To the Other Side),” The Doors

“Breakaway,” Irma Thomas

“Breaking Up is Hard to Do,” Neil Sedaka

“Bright Lights, Big City,” Jimmy Reed

“Bring It On Home to Me,” Sam Cooke

“Bring It Up,” James Brown

“Bring Me Sunshine,” Willie Nelson

“The Bristol Stomp,” The Dovells

“Brown Eyed Girl,” Van Morrison

“Brown to Blue,” George Jones

“Buckaroo,” Buck Owens & His Buckaroos

“Build Me Up Buttercup,” The Foundations

“Bus Stop,” The Hollies

“But It’s Alright,” J.J. Jackson

“Buying a Book,” Joe Tex

“C’mon and Swim,” Bobby Freeman

“California Dreamin’,” The Mamas & The Papas

“California Girls,” The Beach Boys

“California Sun,” The Rivieras

“Can I Change My Mind,” Tyrone Davis

“Can I Get A Witness,” Marvin Gaye

“Can’t Buy Me Love,” The Beatles

“Can’t Find My Way Home,” Blind Faith

“Can’t Help Falling in Love With You,” Elvis Presley

“Can’t Seem to Make You Mine,” The Seeds

“Cantaloupe Island,” Herbie Hancock

“Care of Cell 44,” The Zombies

“Catch a Wave,” The Beach Boys

“Catch the Wind,” Donovan

“Cathy’s Clown,” The Everly Brothers

“Chain Gang (The Work Song),” Nina Simone

“Chain Gang,” Sam Cooke

“Chain of Fools,” Aretha Franklin

“Chains of Love,” Bobby Bland

“Chains,” The Cookies

“A Change is Gonna Come,” Sam Cooke

“Chapel of Love,” The Dixie Cups

“Choice of Colors,” The Impressions

“Christmas (Baby Please Come Home),” Darlene Love

“Chug-A-Lug,” Roger Miller

“Cigarettes and Coffee,” Otis Redding

“Cinnamon Girl,” Neil Young

“Cissy Strut,” The Meters

“Cloud Nine,” Temptations

“The Cold Hard Facts of Life,” Porter Wagoner

“Cold Sweat (Part I),” James Brown

“Come a Little Bit Closer,” Jay and the Americans

“Come On,” Chuck Berry

“Come See About Me,” The Supremes

“Come Together,” The Beatles

“Communication Breakdown,” Led Zeppelin

“Cool Jerk,” The Capitols

“Cowgirl in the Sand,” Neil Young

“Crazy,” Patsy Cline

“Crimson and Clover,” Tommy James and The Shondells

“Crossroads,” Cream

“Crosstown Traffic,” The Jimi Hendrix Experience

“Cry to Me,” Solomon Burke

“Crying,” Roy Orbison

“Crying in the Rain,” The Everly Brothers

“Cupid,” Sam Cooke

“Da Doo Run Run (When He Walked Me Home),” The Crystals

“Daddy Sang Bass,” Johnny Cash

“Daddy’s Home,” Shep and the Limelites

“Dance to the Music,” Sly and the Family Stone

“Dancing in the Street,” Martha and the Vandellas

“Dang Me,” Roger Miller

“Dark End of the Street,” James Carr

“Darkness, Darkness,” The Youngbloods

“David Watts,” The Kinks

“A Day in the Life,” The Beatles

“Day Tripper,” The Beatles.

“Daydream Believer,” The Monkees

“Days of the Broken Arrows,” The Idle Race

“Days,” The Kinks

“Dead End Street,” The Kinks

“Dear Mr. Fantasy,” Traffic

“Dedicated to the One I Love,” The Shirelles

“Desolation Row,” Bob Dylan

“Detroit City,” Bobby Bare

“Devil with a Blue Dress On/Good Golly Miss Molly,” Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels

“Did You Ever Have to Make Up Your Mind?,” The Lovin’ Spoonful

“Different Drum,” The Stone Poneys featuring Linda Ronstadt

“Diggy Liggy Lo,” Rusty and Doug

“Dirty Water,” The Standells

“D-I-V-O-R-C-E,” Tammy Wynette

“Do I Love You?,” The Ronettes

“Do I Make Myself Clear,” Etta James & Sugar Pie DeSanto

“Do Right Woman, Do Right Man,” Aretha Franklin

“Do Wah Diddy Diddy,” Manfred Mann

“Do You Believe in Magic,” The Lovin’ Spoonful

“Do You Know the Way to San Jose,” Dionne Warwick

“Do You Love Me,” The Contours

“Doggin’ Around,” Jackie Wilson

“Don’t Bring Me Down,” The Animals

“Don’t Hang Up,” The Orlons

“Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood,” The Animals

“Don’t Look Back,” The Remains

“Don’t Send Me No Flowers (I Ain’t Dead Yet),” The Breakers

“Don’t Come Home A’ Drinkin’ (With Lovin’ on Your Mind),” Loretta Lynn

“Don’t Forget About Me,” Barbara Lewis

“Don’t Let Me Cross Over,” Carl Butler

“Don’t Let the Sun Catch You Cryin’,” Ray Charles

“Don’t Make Me Over,” Dionne Warwick

“Don’t Start Crying Now,” Slim Harpo

“Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right,” Bob Dylan

“Don’t Worry Baby,” The Beach Boys

“Double Shot (Of My Baby’s Love),” The Swingin’ Medallions

“Down By the River,” Neil Young

“Down in the Valley to Pray,” Doc Watson

“Down on the Corner,” Creedence Clearwater Revival

“Down the Road Apiece,” The Rolling Stones

“Downtown,” Petula Clark

“Duke of Earl,” Gene Chandler

“Eight Miles High,” The Byrds

“El Paso,” Marty Robbins

“Eleanor Rigby,” The Beatles

“Elenore,” The Turtles

“End of the World,” Skeeter Davis

“Euphoria,” The Holy Modal Rounders

“Every Beat of My Heart,” Gladys Knight & the Pips

“Every Little Bit Hurts,” Brenda Holloway

“Everybody Needs Somebody to Love,” Solomon Burke

“Everybody’s Talkin’,” Nilsson

“Everyday People,” Sly and the Family Stone

“Expressway to Your Heart,” Soul Survivors

“Fannie Mae,” Buster Brown

“Farmer John,” The Premiers

“Feelin’ Alright,” Joe Cocker

“Feeling Good,” Nina Simone

“Ferry Cross the Mersey,” Gerry and the Pacemakers

“Fingertips (Part 2),” Stevie Wonder

“Fire Engine,” The 13th Floor Elevators

“Fire,” Crazy World of Arthur Brown

“Fire,” Etta James

“Fire,” The Jimi Hendrix Experience

“The First Cut is the Deepest,” P.P. Arnold

“Five O’Clock World,” The Vogues

“Flowers in the Rain,” The Move

“Flowers on the Wall,” The Statler Brothers

“Fly Me to the Moon,” Frank Sinatra

“Folsom Prison Blues,” Johnny Cash

“A Fool in Love,” Ike and Tina Turner

“Foolish Little Girl,” The Shirelles

“For What It’s Worth,” Buffalo Springfield

“For Your Love,” The Yardbirds

“Fortunate Son,” Creedence Clearwater Revival

“Freedom Highway,” The Staple Singers

“Friday on My Mind,” The Easybeats

“Fun, Fun, Fun,” Beach Boys

“Function At the Junction,” Shorty Long

“Funky Broadway,” Wilson Pickett

“Funnel of Love,” Wanda Jackson

“Funny How Time Slips Away,” Billy Walker

“Galveston,” Glen Campbell

“Game of Love,” Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders

“Games People Play,” Joe South

“Gee Whiz (Look at His Eyes),” Carla Thomas

“Gentle On My Mind,” Glen Campbell

“Georgia on My Mind,” Ray Charles

“Get Back,” The Beatles

“Get Down with It,” Wayne Cochran

“Get Off of My Cloud,” Rolling Stones

“Get on Up,” The Esquires

“Get Ready,” The Temptations

“(Get Your Kicks On) Route 66,” The Rolling Stones

“Getting Might Crowded,” Betty Everett

“Gimme Little Sign,” Brenton Wood

“Gimme Shelter,” The Rolling Stones

“Gimme Some Lovin’,” The Spencer Davis Group

“Gino Is a Coward,” Gino Washington

“Girl Don’t Tell Me,” The Beach Boys

“The Girl from Ipanema,” Stan Getz & Joao Gilberto with Astrud Gilberto

“Girl from the North Country,” Bob Dylan

“Girl, You’ll Be a Woman Soon,” Neil Diamond

“Girls Are Out to Get You,” The Fascinations

“Give Him A Great Big Kiss,” The Shangri-Las

“Give It Up or Turnit a Loose,” James Brown

“Give Peace a Chance,” John Lennon

“Glad All Over,” The Dave Clark Five

“Gloria,” Them

“God Only Knows,” Beach Boys

“Goin’ Back to Miami,” Wayne Cochran & the C.C. Riders

“Goin’ Out of My Head,” Little Anthony and the Imperials

“Going Up the Country,” Canned Heat

“Good Lovin’,” The Young Rascals

“Good News,” Sam Cooke

“Good Times,” Sam Cooke

“Good Times, Bad Times,” Led Zeppelin

“Good Vibrations,” The Beach Boys

“Got to Get You into My Life,” The Beatles

“Got You on My Mind,” Cookie and His Cupcakes

“Grazing In The Grass,” The Friends Of Distinction

“Green Onions,” Booker T. & the M.G.’s

“Green River,” Creedence Clearwater Revival

“Green Tambourine,” The Lemon Pipers

“Grits Ain’t Groceries,” Little Milton

“Groovin’,” The Young Rascals

“A Groovy Kind of Love,” The Mindbenders

“Guitar Man,” Elvis Presley

“Gypsy Woman,” The Impressions

“Handy Man,” Jimmy Jones

Hanky Panky,” Tommy James and the Shondells

“Happy Together,” The Turtles

“A Hard Day’s Night,” The Beatles

“A Hard Rain’s a-Gonna Fall,” Bob Dylan

“Hard to Handle,” Otis Redding

“Harlem Shuffle,” Bob & Earl

“Harper Valley P.T.A.,” Jeannie C. Riley

“Having a Party,” Sam Cooke

“He Was Really Saying Something,” The Velvelettes

“He Will Break Your Heart,” Jerry Butler

“He’ll Have to Go,” Jim Reeves

“He’s a Rebel,” The Crystals

“He’s So Fine,” The Chiffons

“He’s Sure the Boy I Love,” The Crystals

“Heart Full Of Soul,” The Yardbirds

“Heartbreak (It’s Hurting Me),” Little Willie John

“Heat Wave,” Martha and the Vandellas

“Heaven Must Have Sent You,” The Elgins

“Heavy Music (Part I),” Bob Seger and The Last Heard

“Hello Mary Lou,” Ricky Nelson

“Hello Stranger,” Barbara Lewis

“Hello Walls,” Faron Young

“Hello, Dolly!,” Louis Armstrong

“Help Me, Rhonda,” The Beach Boys

“Help!,” The Beatles

“Helter Skelter,” The Beatles

“Here Comes the Night,” Them

“Here Comes the Sun,” The Beatles

“Here I Am (Take Me),” The Sweet Inspirations

“Here I Go Again,” Archie Bell and the Drells

“Here, There and Everywhere,” The Beatles

“Heroes and Villains,” The Beach Boys

“Heroin,” Velvet Underground

“Hey! Baby,” Bruce Channel

‘Hey, Joe,” The Jimi Hendrix Experience

“Hey Jude,” The Beatles

“Hi-Heel Sneakers,” Tommy Tucker

“Hide Away,” Freddie King

“Highway 61 Revisited,” Bob Dylan

“Hippy Hippy Shake,” The Swinging Blue Jeans

“Hit the Road Jack,” Ray Charles

“Hitch Hike,” Marvin Gaye

“Hold On, I’m Coming,” Sam and Dave

“Hold What You’ve Got,” Joe Tex

“Homecoming,” Tom T. Hall

“Honky Tonk Women,” The Rolling Stones

“Hot Burrito #1,” The Flying Burrito Brothers

“Hot Fun in the Summertime,” Fly and the Family Stone

“Hot Smoke and Sassafrass,” Bubble Puppy

“The House of the Rising Sun,” The Animals

“The House that Jack Built,” Aretha Franklin

“How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You),” Marvin Gaye

“A Hundred Pounds of Clay,” Gene McDaniels

“Hungry,” Paul Revere & The Raiders

“The Hunter Gets Captured By the Game,” The Marvalettes

“Hurt So Bad,” Little Anthony and the Imperials

“Husbands and Wives,” Roger Miller

“Hush,” Deep Purple

“I Adolize You,” Ike and Tina Turner

“I Ain’t Marching Anymore,” Phil Ochs

“I Am a Rock,” Simon and Garfunkel

“I Am the Walrus,” The Beatles

“I Believe I’m Gonna Make It,” Joe Tex

“I Can Only Give You Everything,” Them

“I Can See for Miles,” The Who

“I Can’t Get Next to You,” The Temptations

“(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction,” The Rolling Stones

“I Can’t Help Myself,” The Four Tops

“I Can’t Explain,” The Who

“I Can’t Stop Loving You,” Ray Charles

“I Can’t Turn You Loose,” Otis Redding

“I Count the Tears,” The Drifters

“I Do,” The Marvelows

“I Don’t Want to Cry,” Chuck Jackson

“I Don’t Know What You Got (But It’s Got Me),” Little Richard

“(I Don’t Know Why) But I Do,” Clarence “Frogman” Henry

“I Don’t Need No Doctor,” Ray Charles

“(I Don’t Want No) Part Time Love,” The Falcons

“I Fall to Pieces,” Patsy Cline

“I Feel Fine,” The Beatles

“I Forgot to Be Your Lover,” William Bell

“I Fought the Law,” The Bobby Fuller Four

“I Found a Love,” The Falcons & Band (Ohio Untouchables)

“I Get Around,” The Beach Boys

“I Get the Sweetest Feeling,” Jackie Wilson

“I Go to Pieces,” Peter and Gordon

“I Got a Line on You,” Spirit

“I Got You (I Feel Good),” James Brown

“I Got You, Babe,” Sonny and Cher

“I Gotta Dance to Keep from Crying,” The Miracles

“I Had Too Much to Dream (Last Night),” The Electric Prunes

“I Heard It Through The Grapevine,” Marvin Gaye

“I Know a Place,” Petula Clark

“(I Know) I’m Losing You,” The Temptations

“I Like It Like That,” Chris Kenner

“I Need You,” The Kinks

“I Need Your Lovin’,” Don Gardner and Dee Dee Ford

“I Never Loved a Man (The Way I Love You),” Aretha Franklin

“I Only Want to Be with You,” Dusty Springfield

“I Saw Her Again,” The Mamas & the Papas

“I Saw Her Standing There,” The Beatles

“I Say a Little Prayer,” Aretha Franklin

“I Second That Emotion,” Smokey Robinson and the Miracles

“I See the Rain,” The Marmalade

“I Thank You,” Sam and Dave

“I Think We’re Alone Now,” Tommy James and the Shondells

“I Walk on Guilded Splinters,” Dr. John, The Night Tripper

“I Wanna Be Your Dog,” The Stooges

“I Wanna Jump,” Ike and Tina Turner

“(I Wanna) Testify,” The Parliaments

“I Want a Love I Can See,” The Temptations

“I Want Candy,” The Strangeloves

“I Want to Be Your Driver,” Chuck Berry

“I Want to Hold Your Hand,” The Beatles

“I Want to Know,” Sugar Pie DeSanto

“I Want You to Have Everything,” Lee Rogers

“I Was Made to Love Her,” Stevie Wonder

“(I Washed My Hands in) Muddy Water,” Johnny Rivers

“I Will Follow Him,” Little Peggy March

“I Wish It Would Rain,” The Temptations

“I’ll Go Crazy (Live),” James Brown and The Famous Flames

“I’m Nobody’s Baby Now,” Reparata and the Delrons with Hash Brown and His Orchestra

“I’ve Gotta Get A Message To You,” The Bee Gees

“I’d Rather Go Blind,” Etta James

“I’ll Be Doggone,” Marvin Gaye

“I’ll Feel a Whole Lot Better,” The Byrds

“I’ll Take Care of You,” Bobby Bland

“I’m a Believer,” The Monkees

“I’m a Honky Tonk Girl,” Loretta Lynn

“I’m A Loser,” The Beatles

“(I’m a) Road Runner,” Jr. Walker and the All Stars

“I’m Blue (The Gong-Gong Song),” The Ikettes

“I’m Gonna Make You Love Me,” Diana Ross & the Supremes and The Temptations

“I’m into Something Good,” Herman’s Hermits

“I’m Not Like Everybody Else,” The Kinks

“(I’m Not Your) Steppin’ Stone,” The Monkees

“I’m So Proud,” The Impressions

“I’m Sorry,” Brenda Lee

“I’m Sticking with You,” The Velvet Underground

“I’m Tore Down,” Freddie King

“I’m Waiting for the Man,” The Velvet Underground

“I’m Your Puppet,” James & Bobby Purify

“I’ve Been Everywhere,” Hank Snow

“I’ve Been Loving You Too Long,” Otis Redding

“(I’ve) Got a Right to Love My Baby,” B.B. King

“I’ve Got Dreams to Remember,” Otis Redding

“If I Could Build My Whole World Around You,” Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell

“If I Needed Someone,” The Beatles

“If Sugar Was as Sweet as You,” Joe Tex

“If That’s What You Wanted,” Frank Beverly and the Butlers

“If You Need Me,” Wilson Pickett

“Iko Iko,” The Dixie Cups

“The ‘In’ Crowd,” Dobie Gray

“In My Life,” The Beatles

“In My Lonely Room,” Martha and the Vandellas

“In My Room,” The Beach Boys

“In the Basement (Part 1),” Etta James and Sugar Pie DeSanto

“In the Ghetto,” Elvis Presley

“In the Midnight Hour,” Wilson Pickett

“Incense and Peppermints,” Strawberry Alarm Clock

“Indian Lake,” The Cowsills

“Israelites,” Desmond Dekker And The Aces

“It Takes Two,” Marvin Gaye & Kim Weston

“It Was a Very Good Year,” Frank Sinatra

“It Will Stand,” The Showmen

“It’s a Man’s, Man’s, Man’s World,” James Brown

“It’s My Life,” The Animals

“It’s My Party,” Lesley Gore

“It’s Raining,” Irma Thomas

“It’s the Same Old Song,” The Four Tops

“It’s All Over Now,” The Rolling Stones

“It’s All Right,” The Impressions

“It’s Gonna Work out Fine,” Ike and Tina Turner

“It’s Not Unusual,” Tom Jones

“It’s Now or Never,” Elvis Presley

“It’s Your Thing,” The Isley Brothers

“Jack the Ripper,” Link Wray and His Ray Men

“Jackson,” Johnny Cash with June Carter Cash

“James Bond Theme,” John Barry and His Orchestra

“Jimmy Mack,” Martha and the Vandellas.

“Journey to the Center of the Mind,” Amboy Dukes

“Judy in Disguise (with Glasses),” John Fred and His Playboy Band

“Jumpin’ Jack Flash,” Rolling Stones

“Just a Little Lovin’,” Dusty Springfield

“Just Like Me,” Paul Revere & the Raiders

“Just One Look,” Doris Troy

“Kay,” John Wesley Ryles

“Keep on Dancing,” The Gentrys

“Keep Searchin’ (We’ll Follow the Sun),” Del Shannon

“Kick Out the Jams,” MC5

“Kicks,” Paul Revere & The Raiders

“The Kids Are Alright,” The Who

“Kind of a Drag,” The Buckinghams

“King of the Road,” Roger Miller

“Knock on Wood,” Eddie Floyd

“La-La Means I Love You,” The Delfonics

“Lady Madonna,” The Beatles

“Land of 1,000 Dances,” Wilson Pickett

“Last Kiss,” J. Frank Wilson and the Cavaliers

“Last Night,” The Mar-Keys

“The Last Time,” The Rolling Stones

“Last Train to Clarksville,” The Monkees

“Lay Lady Lay,” Bob Dylan

“Lazy Day,” Spanky and Our Gang

“Lazy Sunday,” Small Faces

“Lead Me On,” Bobby Bland

“The Leader of the Pack,” The Shangri-Las

“Leavin’ on Your Mind,” Patsy Cline

“Leaving Here,” Eddie Holland

“Leaving On A Jet Plane,” Peter, Paul & Mary

“Let Her Dance,” Bobby Fuller Four

“Let it Out (Let It All Hang Out),” The Hombres

“Let It Rock,” Chuck Berry

“Let Me Down Easy,” Bettye LaVette

“Let Me Pass,” Bo Diddley

“Let Them Talk,” Little Willie John

“Let’s Go, Let’s Go, Let’s Go,” Hank Ballard & the Midnighters

“Let’s Have a Party,” Wanda Jackson

“Let’s Spend the Night Together,” The Rolling Stones

“Let’s Work Together,” Wilbert Harrison

“The Letter,” The Box Tops

“Liar, Liar,” The Castaways

“Licking Stick – Licking Stick,” James Brown and The Famous Flames

“Lies,” The Knickerbockers

“Life Has Its Little Ups and Downs,” Charlie Rich

“Light My Fire,” The Doors

“Lightning Strikes,” Lou Christie

“Like A Rolling Stone,” Bob Dylan

“Linus and Lucy,” Vince Guaraldi Trio

“The Lion Sleeps Tonight,” The Tokens

“Lipstick Traces (On a Cigarette),” The O’Jays

“Little Bit O’ Soul,” The Music Explosion

“A Little Bit of Soap,” The Jarmels

“Little Deuce Coupe,” The Beach Boys

“Little Egypt (Ying-Yang),” The Coasters

“Little Girl Blue,” Janis Joplin

“Little Sister,” Elvis Presley

“The Loco-Motion,” Little Eva

“Lodi,” Creedence Clearwater Revival

“Lonely Lonely Girl Am I,” The Velvelletes

“Lonely Weekends,” Charlie Rich

“Louie Louie,” The Kingsmen

“Louisiana Man,” Rusty and Doug

“Love Child,” Diana Ross and the Supremes

“Love is All Around,” The Troggs

“Love Is Like an Itching in My Heart,” The Supremes

“Love Me Two Times,” The Doors

“Love of the Common People,” Waylon Jennings and The Waylors

“Love’s Gonna Live Here,” Buck Owens

“A Lover’s Concerto,” Toys

“Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds,” The Beatles

“Luxury Liner,” The International Submarine Band

“Maggie’s Farm,” Bob Dylan

“Magic Carpet Ride,” Steppenwolf

“Making Time,” The Creation

“Mama Said,” The Shirelles

“Mama Tried,” Merle Haggard

“Mama, Keep Your Big Mouth Shut,” Bo Diddley

“Manic Depression,” Jimi Hendrix

“Many Rivers to Cross,” Jimmy Cliff

“Matty Groves,” Fairport Convention

“May I,” Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs

“Mean Woman Blues (Live),” Jerry Lee Lewis

“Memphis Soul Stew,” King Curtis

“Memphis,” Johnny Rivers

“Mendocino,” The Sir Douglas Quintet

“Mercy, Mercy,” Don Covay & the Goodtimers

“Midnight Confessions,” Grass Roots

“Mighty Quinn (Quinn the Eskimo),” Manfred Mann

“Mind over Matter (I’m Gonna Make You Mine),” Nolan Strong

“Misirlou,” Dick Dale

“Monday, Monday,” The Mamas & the Papas

“Money (That’s What I Want),” Barrett Strong

“Monkey Man,” The Rolling Stones

“The Monkey Time,” Major Lance

“Mony Mony,” Tommy James and the Shondells

“More Love,” Smokey Robinson & the Miracles

“Mother Popcorn (You Got to Have a Mother for Me) Part I,” James Brown

“Mother-in-Law,” Ernie K-Doe

“Mother’s Little Helper,” The Rolling Stones

“Mountain of Love,” Harold Dorman

“Mr. Record Man,” Willie Nelson

“Mr. Soul,” Buffalo Springfield

“Mr. Tambourine Man,” The Byrds

“Mrs. Robinson,” Simon and Garfunkel

“Music,” The Festivals

“Mustang Sally,” Wilson Pickett

“My Back Pages,” The Byrds

“My Cherie Amour,” Stevie Wonder

“My Dearest Darling,” Etta James

“My Favorite Things,” John Coltrane

“My Generation,” The Who

“My Girl Sloopy,” Vibrations

“My Girl,” The Temptations

“My Guy,” Mary Wells

“My Lover’s Prayer,” Otis Redding

“My True Story,” The Jive Five

“My Way,” Frank Sinatra

“Na Na, Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye,” Steam

“Nadine (Is It You?),” Chuck Berry

“Needles and Pins,” The Searchers

“Never My Love,” The Association

“New Orleans,” Gary U.S. Bonds

“New York Mining Disaster 1941,” The Bee Gees

“Night Life,” Willie Nelson

“Night Train,” James Brown and His Famous Flames

“Nights in White Satin, Moody Blues

“The Nile Song,” Pink Floyd

“Ninety Nine and a Half Won’t Do,” Wilson Pickett

“The Nitty Gritty,” Shirley Ellis

“No Expectations,” Rolling Stones

“No Particular Place to Go,” Chuck Berry

“Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown),” The Beatles

“Not Fade Away,” The Rolling Stones

“Not Guilty,” Bo Diddley

“Nothing But a Heartache,” The Flirtations

“Nothing Can Bring Me Down,” The Twilighters

“Nothing Takes the Place of You,” Toussaint McCall

“Nowhere to Run,” Martha & the Vandellas

“Ode to Billy Joe,” Bobbie Gentry

“Oh Death,” Dock Boggs

“Oh Well (Part 1),” Fleetwood Mac

“Oh, Pretty Woman,” Roy Orbison

“Oh, What a Night,” The Dells

“Okie from Muskogee,” Merle Haggard

“On Broadway,” The Drifters

“On the Road Again,” Canned Heat

“One,” Harry Nilsson

“One Fine Day,” The Chiffons

“One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show,” Joe Tex

“One More Heartache,” Marvin Gaye

“Only Daddy That’ll Walk the Line,” Waylon Jennings

“Only the Lonely (Know the Way I Feel),” Roy Orbison

“Ooh Poo Pa Doo (Part 2),” Jesse Hill

“Ooo Baby Baby,” The Miracles

“Open My Eyes,” Nazz

“Open the Door to Your Heart,” Darrell Banks

“Out Of Sight,” James Brown

“Out on the Floor,” Dobie Gray

“Over, Under, Sideways Down,” The Yardbirds

“Pain in My Heart,” Otis Redding

“Paint It Black,” Rolling Stones

“Palisades Park,” Freddy Cannon

“Papa’s Got A Brand New Bag,” James Brown

“Paperback Writer,” The Beatles

“Part Time Love,” Little Johnny Taylor

“Party Lights,” Claudine Clark

“Paying the Cost to be the Boss,” B.B. King

“Penny Lane,” The Beatles

“People Are Strange,” The Doors

“People Get Ready,” The Impressions

“People Got to Be Free,” The Rascals

“Peppermint Twist (Part I),” Joey Dee & The Starlighters

“Pictures of Matchstick Men,” Status Quo

“Piece of My Heart,” Big Brother & the Holding Company

“Pinball Wizard,” The Who

“Pipeline,” The Chantays

“Pleasant Valley Sunday,” The Monkees

“Please Help Me, I’m Falling,” Hank Locklin

“Please Mr. Postman,” The Marvalettes

“Please Please Me,” The Beatles

“Polk Salad Annie,” Tony Joe White

“Poor Side of Town,” Johnny Rivers

“Pop a Top,” Jim Ed Brown

“Porpoise Song (Theme from Head),” The Monkees

“Positively 4th Street,” Bob Dylan

“Pouring Water on a Drowning Man,” James Carr

“Pretty Little Angel Eyes,” Curtis Lee

“Prisoner of Love,” James Brown

“Promised Land,” Chuck Berry

“Proud Mary,” Creedence Clearwater Revival

“Psychotic Reaction,” Count Five

“A Public Execution,” Mouse (Mouse and The Traps)

“Purple Haze,” Jimi Hendrix

“Pushin’ Too Hard,” The Seeds

“Quarter to Three,” Gary U.S. Bonds

“The Race is On,” George Jones

“The Rain, The Park & Other Things,” The Cowsills

“Rainy Day Women #12 and 35,” Bob Dylan

“Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man,” Bob Seger

“Rank Stranger,” The Stanley Brothers

“Reach Out, I’ll Be There,” The Four Tops

“Remember (Walkin’ in the Sand),” The Shangri- Las

“Rescue Me,” Fontella Bass

“Respect,” Aretha Franklin

“Restless,” Carl Perkins

“Return to Sender,” Elvis Presley

“Revolution,” The Beatles

“Rhythm of the Rain,” The Cascades

“Ride Your Pony,” Lee Dorsey

“Right or Wrong,” Wanda Jackson

“Right Track,” Billy Butler

“Ring of Fire,” Johnny Cash

“River Deep – Mountain High,” Ike & Tina Turner

“River Man,” Nick Drake

“Rock Me Baby,” B.B. King

“Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree,” Brenda Lee

“Rocky Top,” The Osborne Brothers

“Ruby Tuesday,” Rolling Stones

“Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love to Town,” Kenny Rogers and The First Edition

“Runaround Sue,” Dion

“Runaway Child, Running Wild,” The Temptations

“Runaway,” Del Shannon

“Running Scared,” Roy Orbison

“S.Y.S.L.J.F.M. (The Letter Song),” Joe Tex

“Saginaw, Michigan,” Lefty Frizzell

“Sally, Go ‘Round the Roses,” The Jaynetts

“San Quentin,” Johnny Cash

“Save My Soul,” Wimple Winch

“Save the Last Dance for Me,” The Drifters

“Say It Loud, I’m Black and I’m Proud,” James Brown

“Scarborough Fair/Canticle,” Simon and Garfunkel

“Sea of Heartbreak,” Don Gibson

“Secret Agent Man,” Johnny Rivers

“See Emily Play,” Pink Floyd

“Selfish One,” Jackie Ross

“Send Me a Postcard,” Shocking Blue

“Shades of Gray,” The Monkees

“Shake,” Sam Cooke

“Shake a Tail Feather,” James and Bobby Purify

“Shake Your Hips,” Slim Harpo

“Shake Your Moneymaker,” Elmore James

“Shakin’ All Over,” Johnny Kidd and the Pirates

“Shangri-La,” The Kinks

“Shapes of Things,” The Yardbirds

“She Loves You,” The Beatles

“She Thinks I Still Care,” George Jones

“She’s a Woman,” Beatles

“She’s About A Mover,” Sir Douglas Quintet

“She’s Got Everything,” The Kinks

“She’s Got You,” Patsy Cline

“She’s Leaving Home,” The Beatles

“She’s Not There,” The Zombies

“Sherry,” The Four Seasons

“Shimmy Shimmy Ko Ko Bop,” The Imperials

“Shop Around,” The Miracles

“The Shoop Shoop Song (It’s in His Kiss),” Betty Everett

“Shotgun,” Jr. Walker and the All Stars

“Silver Wings,” Merle Haggard

“Sin City,” The Flying Burrito Brothers

“Sing Me Back Home,” Merle Haggard

“(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay,” Otis Redding

“Six Days on the Road,” Dave Dudley

“A Six Pack to Go,” Hank Thompson and His Brazos Valley Boys

“Skinny Legs and All,” Joe Tex

“Skip a Rope,” Henson Cargill

“The Sky is Crying,” Elmore James

“Sliced Tomatoes,” Just Brothers

“Slip Away,” Clarence Carter

“Sloop John B,” The Beach Boys

“Smokey Joe’s La La,” The Googie Rene Combo

“The Snake,” Al Wilson

“So Much in Love,” The Tymes

“So You Want to Be a Rock ‘n’ Roll Star,” The Byrds

“Soldier Boy,” The Shirelle

“Soldier of Love,” Arthur Alexander

“Solitary Man,” Neil Diamond

“Some Kind of Wonderful,” Soul Brothers Six

“Some Kind of Wonderful,” The Drifters

“Some Velvet Morning,” Lee Hazelwood and Nancy Sinatra

“Somebody to Love,” Jefferson Airplane

“Someday We’ll Be Together,” Diana Ross and the Supremes

“Something in the Air,” Thunderclap Newman

“Something,” The Beatles

“Something’s Got a Hold on Me,” Etta James

“Son of Preacher Man,” Dusty Springfield

“Soothe Me,” The Sims Twins

“Soul Finger,” The Bar-Kays

“Soul Man,” Sam and Dave

“Soul Time,” Shirley Ellis

“Soulful Dress,” Sugar Pie DeSanto

“The Sound of Silence,” Simon and Garfunkel

“Space Oddity,” David Bowie

“Spanish Harlem,” Ben E. King

“Spinning Wheel,” Blood, Sweat & Tears

“Spooky,” Classics IV

“Spoonful,” Howlin’ Wolf

“Stand by Me,” Ben E. King

“Stand By Your Man,” Tammy Wynette

“Stand!,” Sly & the Family Stone

“Standing In The Shadows Of Love,” The Four Tops

“Stay,” Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs

“Stephanie Says,” The Velvet Underground

“Stop,” Howard Tate

“Stop! In The Name Of Love,” The Supremes

“Strangers in the Night,” Frank Sinatra

“Strawberry Fields Forever,” The Beatles

“Stray Cat Blues,” The Rolling Stones

“Street Fighting Man,” The Rolling Stones

“The Streets of Baltimore,” Bobby Bare

“Strychnine,” The Sonics

“Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again,” Bob Dylan

“Substitute,” The Who

“Subterranean Homesick Blues,” Bob Dylan

“Success,” Loretta Lynn

“Sugar Mountain,” Neil Young

“Sugar Shack,” Jimmy Gilmer and The Fireballs

“Sugar, Sugar,” The Archies

“Suite: Judy Blue Eyes,” Crosby, Stills & Nash

“Summer in the City,” The Lovin’ Spoonful

“The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore,” The Walker Brothers

“A Sunday Kind of Love,” Etta James

“Sunday Morning,” Velvet Underground

“Sunny Afternoon,” The Kinks

“Sunny,” Bobby Hebb

“Sunshine of Your Love,” Cream

“Sunshine Superman,” Donovan

“Surf City,” Jan and Dean

“Surfer Girl,” The Beach Boys

“Surfin’ Bird,” The Trashmen

“Surfin’ Sufari,” The Beach Boys

“Surfin’ USA,” The Beach Boys

“Suspicious Minds,” Elvis Presley

“Suzanne,” Leonard Cohen

“Sweet Caroline,” Neil Diamond

“Sweet Dreams,” Patsy Cline

“Sweet Home Chicago,” Magic Sam

“Sweet Soul Music,” Arthur Conley

“Sweet Thing,” Van Morrison

“Sympathy for the Devil,” The Rolling Stones

“Tainted Love,” Gloria Jones

“Take Five,” The Dave Brubek Quartet

“Take Me in Your Arms (Rock Me a Little While),” Kim Weston

“Take Me,” George Jones

“Take My Love (I Want to Give It All To You),” Little Willie John

“Talk Talk,” The Music Machine

“Talk to Me,” Sunny & The Sunglows

“Tall Dark Stranger,” Buck Owens

“Taxman,” The Beatles

“Tell Her No,” The Zombies

“Tell Him,” The Exciters

“Tell It Like It Is,” Aaron Neville

“Tender Years,” George Jones

“Thanks A Lot,” Ernest Tubb

“That’s How Strong My Love Is,” Otis Redding

“Them That Got,” Ray Charles and His Orchestra

“(Theme from) The Monkees,” The Monkees

“Then He Kissed Me,” The Crystals

“There’s A Kind of Hush,” Herman’s Hermits

“There’s No Other (Like My Baby),” The Crystals

“These Arms of Mine,” Otis Redding

“These Boots Are Made For Walkin’,” Nancy Sinatra

“Things We Said Today,” The Beatles

“Think,” Aretha Franklin

“Think,” James Brown

“This Diamond Ring,” Gary Lewis and the Playboys

“This Guy’s in Love with You,” Herb Alpert

“This Is My Country,” The Impressions

“This is the Thanks I Get,” Barbara Lynn

“This Love Starved Heart of Mine (Is Killing Me),” Marvin Gaye

“This Magic Moment,” The Drifters

“This Old Heart of Mine (Is Weak for You),” The Isley Brothers

“This Will Be Our Year,” The Zombies

“A Thousand Stars,” Kathy Young with The Innocents

“Ticket to Ride,” The Beatles

“Tighten Up,” Archie Bell & the Drells

“Till the End of the Day,” The Kinks

“Time Has Come Today,” The Chamber Brothers

“Time is On My Side,” Irma Thomas

“Time is Tight,” Booker T. & the M.G.’s

“Time of the Season,” The Zombies

“Time Won’t Let Me,” The Outsiders

“The Times They Are a-Changin’,” Bob Dylan

“Tired of Waiting for You,” The Kinks

“To Love Somebody,” The Bee Gees

“To Sir with Love,” Lulu

“Tobacco Road,” The Nashville Teens

“(Today I Met) The Boy I’m Going to Marry,” Darlene Love

“Today I Sing the Blues,” Aretha Franklin

“Today I Started Loving You Again,” Merle Haggard

“Tomorrow Never Knows,” The Beatles

“Tossin’ and Turnin’,” Bobby Lewis

“Touch Me,” The Doors

“The Tracks of My Tears,” The Miracles

“Tramp,” Otis Redding and Carla Thomas

“Travelin’ Man,” Ricky Nelson

“Treat Her Right,” Roy Head and The Traits

“Trouble in Mind,” Nina Simone

“Trust in Me,” Etta James

“Try A Little Tenderness,” Otis Redding

“Tuesday Afternoon, The Moody Blues

“Turn on Your Love Light,” Bobby Bland

“Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is a Season)” The Byrds

“The Twist,” Chubby Checker

“Twist and Shout,” The Beatles

“Twisting the Night Away,” Sam Cooke

“Um, Um ,Um, Um, Um, Um,” Major Lance

“Unchain My Heart,” Ray Charles

“Unchained Melody,” The Righteous Brothers

“Under My Thumb,” The Rolling Stones

“Under the Boardwalk,” The Drifters

“Undun,” The Guess Who

“Up on Cripple Creek,” The Band

“Up on the Roof,” The Drifters

“Uptight (Everything’s Alright),” Stevie Wonder

“Uptown,” The Crystals

“Valleri,” The Monkees

“Victoria,” The Kinks

“The Village Green Preservation Society,” The Kinks

“Village of Love,” Nathaniel Mayer and the Fabulous Twilights

“Viva Las Vegas,” Elvis Presley

“Voice Your Choice,” The Radiants

“Wait Till Tomorrow,” The Banana Splits

“Waitin’ in Your Welfare Line,” Buck Owens

“Walk Away Renée,” The Left Banke

“Walk on By,” Dionne Warwick

“Walk on By,” Leroy Van Dyke

“Walk, Don’t Run,” The Ventures

“Walking the Dog,” Rufus Thomas

“Walking to New Orleans,” Fat Domino

“Walking Up a One Way Street,” Willie Tee

“The Wanderer,” Dion and the Belmonts

“The Warm Red Wine,” George Jones

“Waterloo Sunset,” The Kinks

“The Watusi,” The Vibrations

“The Way You Do the Things You Do,” The Temptations

“(We Ain’t Got) Nothin’ Yet,” The Blue Magoos

“We Can Work It Out,” The Beatles

“We Gotta Get Out Of This Place,” Animals

“We’re Gonna Make It,” Little Milton

“The Weight,” The Band

“A Well Respected Man,” The Kinks

“Wendy,” The Beach Boys

“What a Good Man He Is,” Tammi Terrill

“What a Man,” Linda Lyndell

“What a Wonderful World,” Louis Armstrong

“What Am I Doing Hangin’ Round?,” The Monkeees

“What Becomes of the Broken Hearted,” Jimmy Ruffin

“What Does It Take (To Win Your Love),” Jr. Walker and the All Stars

“What I’d Say,” Jerry Lee Lewis.

“What Kind of Fool (Do You Think I Am),” The Tams

“What Time Is It,” The Jive Five

“What’s So Good about Goodbye,” The Miracles

“What’s Your Name,” Don and Juan

“Whatcha Gonna Do About It,” Small Faces

“When A Man Loves a Woman,” Percy Sledge

“When Will I Be Loved,” The Everly Brothers

“When You Walk in the Room,” Jackie DeShannon

“Where Did Our Love Go,” The Supremes

“Where Have all the Good Times Gone,” The Kinks

“While My Guitar Gently Weeps,” The Beatles

“White Light/White Heat,” Velvet Underground

“White Rabbit,” Jefferson Airplane

“White Room,” Cream

“A Whiter Shade of Pale,” Procol Harum

“Who Knows Where the Time Goes?”, Fairport Convention

“Who Put the Bomp (in the Bomp, Bomp, Bomp),” Barry Mann

“Who Will the Next Fool Be,” Charlie Rich

“Who’s Cheating Who?,” Little Milton

“Who’s Making Love,” Johnnie Taylor

“Whole Lotta Love,” Led Zeppelin

“The Whole World is a Stage,” The Fantastic Four

“Why Do I Cry?” The Remains

“Why,” Lonnie Mack

“Why,” The Durty Wurds

“Wichita Lineman,” Glen Campbell

“Wild Thing,” The Troggs

“Will You Love Me Tomorrow,” The Shirelles

“Window Up Above,” George Jones

“Windy,” The Association

“Wipe Out,” The Surfaris

“Wish Someone Would Care,” Irma Thomas

“Wishin’ and Hopin’,” Dusty Springfield

“With a Little Help from My Friends,” The Beatles

“Won’t Be Long,” Aretha Franklin

“Wonderful World,” Sam Cooke

“Wooly Bully,” Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs

“Workin’ Man Blues,” Merle Haggard

“Working in the Coal Mine,” Lee Dorsey

“Working Man,” Otis Rush

“Wouldn’t It Be Nice,” The Beach Boys

“Wrap It Up,” Sam and Dave

“Ya Ya,” Lee Dorsey

“Yeh Yeh,” Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames

“Yes, I’m Ready,” Barbara Mason

“Yesterday,” The Beatles

“Yield Not to Temptation,” Bobby Bland

“You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere,” The Byrds

“You Ain’t Woman Enough (To Take My Man),” Loretta Lynn

“You Can’t Hurry Love,” Supremes

“You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” The Rolling Stones

“You Can’t Ever Come Down,” Joe Byrd & The Field Hippies

“You Can’t Judge A Book By Its Cover,” Bo Diddley

“You Didn’t Say a Word,” Yvonne Baker

“You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me,” Dusty Springfield

“You Don’t Know Like I Know,” Sam and Dave

“You Don’t Know Me,” Ray Charles

“You Don’t Know My Mind,” Jimmy Martin

“You Don’t Miss Your Water,” William Bell

“You Don’t Own Me,” Lesley Gore

“You Got What It Takes,” Marv Johnson

“You Keep Me Hangin’ On,” The Supremes

“(You May Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman,” Aretha Franklin

“You Never Can Tell,” Chuck Berry

“You Really Got Me,” The Kinks

“You Talk Too Much,” Joe Jones

“You, I,” The Rugbys.

“You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’,” The Righteous Brothers

“You’ll Lose a Good Thing,” Barbara Lynn

“You’re A Wonderful One,” Marvin Gaye

“You’re Gonna Miss Me,” 13th Floor Elevators

“You’re No Good,” Betty Everett

“You’ve Been Cheatin’,” The Impressions

“You’ve Really Got A Hold on Me,” The Miracles

“Your Good Girl’s Gonna Go Bad,” Tammy Wynette

“Your Good Thing (Is About to End),” Mable John

“(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher,” Jackie Wilson

“Your Old Stand By,” Mary Wells

“Your Precious Love,” Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell

“Yummy, Yummy, Yummy,” Ohio Express

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