Date: 11 Feb 2007 05:56:10 -0000
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From: Regina Litman <>
Subject: RESULTS and ANSWER KEY for Golden Oldies Lyrics Quiz 240 (GOLQ240)

RESULTS & ANSWER KEY for Golden Oldies Lyrics Quiz #240 (GOLQ240)

Congratulations to the Village Idiots, Gypsy's Caravan, and Really
Rockin' in Boston, who tied for first place in this quiz with perfect
scores of 500++.  Randy Price & Peter Morley came in close behind with
a score of 500+-.

GOLQ240's mean score was 426, but the median was 445.  Although there
was no theme for the whole quiz, several songs had something in common
with one or more other songs in the quiz.  These will be pointed out
with each affected song in the answer key below.  There were intention-
ally four songs that feature the name Marie in the lyrics (no special
significance to this name, I just decided it would make an interesting
mini-theme), but until Really Rockin' In Boston pointed it out, I didn't
realize that that eight of the 27 songs (including the tie-breakers)
prominently feature female names.

My thanks to everyone who participated.

Mick Tursky has posted GOLQ241.

-- Regina Litman <>

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Tie Breaker Scoring Key
    +  after numeric score below indicates a tie-breaker answered correctly.
    -  indicates partial credit.
    x  indicates a totally incorrect guess.
    .  indicates no guess.

                                                                   # on
Pos Score ID Name and E-mail address                               Team Age(s)
T01 500++ VI The Village Idiots                    <Clete6&>   5 <56
                 (Andrew, Andy, Roxie, Doug, Ping)
T01 500++ RR Really Rockin' In Boston                 <bob&>   5 50s,60s
T01 500++ GC Gypsy's Caravan                        <iriss&>   4 21+
 04 500+- RP Randy Price     <randypny&, pmorley&>   2 37-54
                 & Peter Morley
 05 491++ GE The Genateam                    <ah.rh&>   3 36-59
 06 480++ EJ The EJ'S & Co.: Ellis, Jean,       <brombere&>   7 20+
                 Steve, Mitch, Kevin, Vinnie, Kyra
 07 460.. NA NAVAIRHEADS                   <tompillion&>   2 60,55
 08 450++ DT Delphi Trivia Club: SafeHouse,  <billp49&>   6 35-65
                 Hillary, marlnoe, und, DJLovesKids
 09 445++ EM EMC and Friends                <cochran_david&>   4 various
 10 440.. JW James White                       <jjwhite&>   1 58
 11 439+- LB Vito & the Salutations          <baileyl&> 4-5 boomers
 12 420+. WM Will McCorry                   <wmccorry&>   1 49
 13 419++ WB The Wicked Boys: Sanford Stein, Paul Hallaman
                  <Sanford_Stein&, hallaman&>   2 56
 14 400+x AB Across the Boarder             <eriador1972&>   2
 15 360++ CO The Coasters: Rick & Kathy Schubert,  <rns&>   5 54-61
                 Magic Marc, Norm Katuna, Bigfoot Mae
 16 315++ TT Team Teitelbaum:        <Howard.Teitelbaum&>   2 48,57
                 Howard, Bonnie
 17 123+. CM Bryan Shailer                <bryanshailer&>   1 43
Pos Score ID Name and E-mail address                               # on Age(s)

The following table gives the individual scoring breakdown.  A '-' is used to
indicate that no guess was made for a question, whereas a zero indicates that
a completely incorrect response was submitted.

   01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
VI 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
RR 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
GC 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
RP 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
GE 20 20 20 20 20 18 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 15 18 20 20 20 20
EJ 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  - 20 20 20 20 20 20
NA 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  - 20 20 20 20  - 20 20 20 20 20 20
DT 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 15 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  - 15 20 20 20 20  -
EM 20 20 20 10 15 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  - 20 20 20 20 20  -
JW 20 20 20  0 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  - 20 20 20 20 20  -
LB 20 20 20 20 15 18 15 20 20 18 20 20 20 20 20 18 20 20  - 15 20 20 20 20  -
WM 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  - 20  - 20 20 20 20 20 20  -  - 20 20
WB 20 20 20  - 20 18 15 10 20 18 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  - 18 20 20 20 20  -
AB 20 20  - 20 20  - 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  0 20 20  - 20 20  -
CO 20 20 20 20 20  - 20 20 20 20 20 20  -  - 20 20 20 20  - 20 20  -  - 20  -
TT 20  -  - 20 15  - 20 20 20  - 20 20  -  - 20 20 20 20  - 20 20 20  - 20  -
BS 20  -  -  -  -  - 15 20  -  -  - 20  -  -  - 18  -  -  -  -  -  - 10 20  -
   01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25


Answers are in the form:
#number) Artist: Title (year[s]) [peak position on Pop chart] {peak R&B}

[-]   = did not make pop chart
{-}   = did not make R&B chart
{F}   = made R&B chart as a flip side
{n/c} = no Billboard R&B chart published during this recording's period
        of peak popularity

Oh my darling, oh my lover
Tell me that there is no other
I love you with my heart
#01) Anka, Paul: "Diana" (1957/58) [1] {1}

You'll soon be waking
To find
Your heart is aching
#02) Bachelors, The: "Marie" (1965) [15] {-}

  Really Rockin' In Boston pointed out that this was written by Irving Berlin.
  When this song was a hit at the height of the British Invasion (the group
  was actually from Ireland, but to 12- and 13-year-olds in the U.S., the
  British Isles were indistinguishable), my mother told me that this was an
  old song.  In fact, it was a #1 hit for Tommy Dorsey in 1937.  It wasn't
  until the 1990s that I learned that it was written by Berlin.

  This is the first of two Irving Berlin songs in this GOLQ and the first of
  four that mention the name Marie prominently in the title and/or lyrics.

Faithful as a morning sunrise
And sacred as a love can be
That's how I will love you, oh darling
#03) Benton, Brook: "Endlessly" (1959) [12] {3}

Yes, oh yes, long distance
I'll accept the charge, I'll pay
Which loved one is calling me?
I did not hear you say
#04) Berry, Chuck: "Little Marie" (1964) [54] {n/c}

  This is the second of four songs in this GOLQ that mention the name Marie
  prominently in the title and/or lyrics.  It is the follow up story to his
  earlier song "Memphis," also known as "Memphis, Tennessee," which has been
  recorded by many artists, including Lonnie Mack and Johnny Rivers, whose
  versions hit the Top 5.

Baltimore, Maryland
New York City
#05) Brown, James, and The Famous Flames: "Night Train" (1962) [35] {5}

  Sadly, James died on the day I was putting this quiz together.  As luck
  would have it, I was looking for something from 1962 and decided to see
  if he had any songs from this year that I knew and that were eligible for
  this GOLQ.  I didn't know his version of this song until 1987, but I knew
  it earlier by other artists.

He said, "You're a young boy."
Said, "You got a lot to learn."
Said, "Reach out! Take my hand!
You'll understand!"
#06) Cosby, Bill: "Little Ole Man (Uptight-Everything's Alright)"
                                                              (1967) [4] {18}

  This song borrows heavily from Stevie Wonder's "Uptight (Everything's
  Alright)," which peaked the previous year.  Although "Uptight (Everything's
  Alright)" was used as recently as GOLQ234, I felt that this was a sig-
  nificantly different enough song to use in this GOLQ.  I don't think this
  song is played much on oldies radio.  I know it hasn't been played much in
  Cosby's hometown of Philadelphia, even during the years when his sitcom was
  one of the highest-rated shows on T.V.

  I do have one memory of hearing it unexpectedly on Philadelphia's main
  oldies station, WOGL.  One early October Sunday in the late 1990s, as I
  listened to a countdown show of Philadelphia's Top 20 from that date in
  1967, the disc jockey announced that the next song after some commercials
  would be by someone who had had several hit albums and that the song to be
  played was his first hit as a singer.  The first person who came to mind
  was Herb Alpert, but I knew that his first vocal hit, "This Guy's In Love
  With You," had not come until the following year, 1968.  So, it was a
  pleasant surprise to hear "Little Ole Man (Uptight-Everything's Alright)"
  by Bill Cosby start up as soon as the commercials ended--quite possibly
  the first time I had heard this song in about 20 years.

But now I
Look at the night
And it don't seem so lonely
We fill it up with only two
#07) Diamond, Neil: "Sweet Caroline (Good Times Never Seemed So Good)"
                                                               (1969) [4] {-}

  The first of three consecutive songs in this GOLQ that can be heard at
  baseball games in the U.S.  The Boston Red Sox play this song during the
  eighth inning, and some other teams have started playing it, too.

  First of two songs in this GOLQ by singers born on January 24, 1941.

  First of two songs in this GOLQ by singer/songwriters who wrote a hit song
  done by the Monkees whose title ends in the word "Believer."  The one
  written by Neil Diamond, "I'm A Believer," was #1 for the whole month of
  January 1967, exactly 40 years ago from the month of this GOLQ.

And the rockets' red glare
The bombs bursting in air
They gave proof through the night
That our flag was still there
#08) Feliciano, Jose: "The Star-Spangled Banner" (1968) [50] {-}

  Gypsy's Caravan: Recorded "live" at 5th game of World Series in Detroit
  October 7, 1968.

  Believe it or not, this was the first song chosen for this GOLQ!  When
  the Detroit Tigers and St. Louis Cardinals baseball teams met in the World
  Series in 2006 for the first time since 1968, I remembered that Jose
  Feliciano had sung "The Star-Spangled Banner" before one of the games in
  Detroit.  I had never heard it, but I knew that it had been controversial
  at the time.  Of course, today, almost every major sports event in the U.S.
  features a prominent performer doing the National Anthem in his or her own
  style.  It is quite likely that Feliciano's rendition paved the way for
  this to occur.

  Last fall during the World Series, I did an online search for more infor-
  mation about the song.  I found the story about it at Jose Feliciano's own
  web site:

  If you scroll to the bottom, you can find a link to download a free MP3 of
  this recording.  I also found during my research that the song had actually
  charted in the Hot 100, so I knew I had to use it in the next GOLQ I did (as
  long as no one else beat me to it)!

  Whitney Houston charted in 1991 with a version of "The Star-Spangled Banner"
  that was performed at a Super Bowl.

  At the time he performed this song at the World Series, Feliciano was
  coming off of his first and biggest-charting hit, "Light My Fire."  This
  is the first of two songs in this GOLQ by an artist that had a hit with
  "Light My Fire."  Today, he is probably best-known for his Christmas song,
  "Feliz Navidad."

From the mountains
To the prairies
To the oceans white with foam
#09) Francis, Connie: "God Bless America" (1959/60) [36] {-}

  So one half of my brain said to the other, "If you're going to use 'The
  Star-Spangled Banner,' why stop there?  Why not 'God Bless America'?"
  And the other half said, "By Connie Francis.  Of course!"

  Played in the 7th inning of baseball games during periods of high patriotic
  fever in the U.S.  As performed by Kate Smith, this has also been played
  over the years at Philadelphia Flyers hockey games.  When Kate Smith was
  still alive, she often sang this in person at Flyers games.  The royalties
  of "God Bless America" are donated to Boy and Girl Scouts of America.

  I believe this may have been the first version of this Irving Berlin song
  that I ever heard.  Really Rockin' In Boston also pointed out that Berlin
  wrote it, making it the second of two songs written by him in this GOLQ.

  Vito & the Salutations noticed a few songs linked by patriotism--in
  addition to this one and the previous one, they'd include #12 and #23
  (still to come).

  Gypsy's Caravan noted that this was the flip side of "Among My Souvenirs."

Well she walked in the shoe store
Gave the man a tip
Told him to go buy himself
A rocket ship
#10) Freeman, Bobby: "Betty Lou Got A New Pair Of Shoes" (1958) [37] {20}

  In the 1957-1959 time frame, when I was in the early grades of elementary
  school, I often watched a local AMERICAN BANDSTAND-like show in Washington,
  DC, called THE MILT GRANT SHOW.  I watched the teenagers dance and got to
  know a lot of the hits of the day.  I forgot a lot of them over the years
  until I heard some of them as oldies several years later, but this was a
  big favorite of mine.  As a 5-to-7-year-old whose feet were still growing
  and who also knew how to play rough enough to wear out a lot of pairs of
  shoes, it was quite common for me to get a new pair of shoes.  So, I could
  identify quite easily with Betty Lou.

  Somewhere around the time the 1950s became the 1960s, I lost interest in
  rock and roll hits, but this interest got re-established when the Beatles
  hit the U.S. shores about four years later.  I have included a few other
  songs I knew as a young child in the 1950s and never forgot in this quiz.

People say believe half of what you see
Son, and none of what you hear
But I can't help bein' confused
If it's true, please tell me dear
#11) Gaye, Marvin: "I Heard It Through The Grapevine" (1968/69) [1] {1}

  A recording that was #1 for seven weeks but had never been used in a GOLQ
  before.  Gladys Knight and the Pips' version, which had peaked at #2 a year
  earlier, has been used twice, however.

Out of the cold and foggy night
Came the British ship "The Hood"
And every British seaman
He knew and understood
#12) Horton, Johnny: "Sink The Bismarck" (1960) [3] {-}

  Another childhood favorite of mine, along with another of his hits, "The
  Battle of New Orleans."  His was the third rock-and-roll death I mourned,
  after Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper.  (Buddy Who?)

  Gypsy's Caravan pointed out that some pressings of the 45 used the spelling

Well I know
Our love will will always be
#13) Kalin Twins, The: "When" (1958) [5] {1}

  And still another childhood favorite.  Although they were born and raised
  in Port Jervis, NY, they lived in the Washington area as adults, thus adding
  to their popularity on THE MILT GRANT SHOW.  They were born in 1934 and died
  less than a year apart in the 2005-2006 time period.

And since you're here
The time seems just fine
To let you know that you're gonna be with me
Till I lose my mind
#14) Lee, Brenda: "Coming On Strong" (1966) [11] {-}

  The Wicked Boys: Referenced in the 1974 Golden Earring hit "Radar Love".

  First of two consecutive songs in this GOLQ whose titles were mentioned
  in 1970s hits.  This is one of my three favorite Brenda Lee songs, along
  with "Is It True" and "Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree."

  More about why I chose this song for this GOLQ in the story behind #19.

You don't remember me
But I remember you
'Twas not so long ago
You broke my heart in two
#15) Little Anthony and The Imperials: "Tears On My Pillow" (1958) [4] {2}

  Gypsy's Caravan: First released on End Records 1027 as by The Imperials.

  Mentioned in the 1977 hit "Ariel" by Dean Friedman--"I met a young girl,
  she sang mighty fine/'Tears On My Pillow' and 'Ave Maria'"--making it the
  second of two consecutive songs in the GOLQ whose titles were mentioned
  in 1970s hits.

  Yet another favorite of mine from the 1950s.  It is only a coincidence
  that two song titles and one artist name in this GOLQ start with the word
  "Little."  I didn't notice this until I was putting the results together.

There she was
Just a-walkin' down the street
#16) Manfred Mann: "Do Wah Diddy Diddy" (1964) [1] {n/c}

  There are still a few recordings that were in GOLQ001 that have never been
  used in a GOLQ since.  This was one of them.  I was about to use it in the
  first GOLQ I ever did, GOLQ215, but discovered that the version by the
  Exciters, called "Do-Wah-Diddy," had been used too recently, in GOLQ185,
  for me to use this one then.  Now that more than 50 GOLQs have passed
  since the Exciters' version was last used, I pounced on it for this GOLQ.
  The Exciters' version was also used in GOLQ104.  As with "I Heard It
  Through The Grapevine," it's likely that the use of another version of
  the song pre-empted the use of a version that had been a #1 hit.

  This song was written by Jeff Barry and Ellie Greenwich.

Well I never felt more like runnin' away
But why should I go
'Cause I couldn't stay without you
#17) Mitchell, Guy: "Singing The Blues" (1956/57) [1] {4}

  I chose this one because it was #1 50 years ago from the time this quiz
  was distributed, as 1956 became 1957.

Don't be ashamed to let your conscience be your guide
But I know deep down inside of me
I believe you love me
Forget your foolish pride
#18) Neville, Aaron: "Tell It Like It Is" (1966/67) [2] {1}

  I chose this one because I wanted a high-charting song from January 1967,
  40 years ago.  The song that was #1 for the whole month, "I'm A Believer"
  by the Monkees, had been used too recently, in GOLQ215, to be used in
  this one.

  Second of two songs in this GOLQ by singers born on January 24, 1941.

You say you don't like boys too fast
But it's the only way
I can look at you and say
Here in my arms is where you belong
#19) Newton, Wayne: "Comin' On Too Strong" (1965) [65] {-}

  This proved to be the most difficult song to identify.  It is not your
  typical Wayne Newton song and is my favorite song by him.  You'd never
  mistake it for "Danke Schoen" or "Daddy Don't You Walk So Fast."  It
  has a very Beach Boys-like sound to it, so it should come as no surprise
  that sometime-Beach Boy Bruce Johnston and his recording partner Terry
  Melcher provided backing vocals, as noted by both The GenaTeam and
  Gypsy's Caravan.

  This song and the one by Brenda Lee at #14 have similar titles.  One is my
  favorite song by a singer whose songs I don't usually like, and the other
  is one of my three favorites by a singer whose style doesn't usually appeal
  to me.  Years ago on a comedy T.V. show (possibly SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE),
  I saw a skit by a woman who claimed that Wayne Newton and Brenda Lee were
  the same person and proceeded to then sing "Danke Schoen" and "Rockin'
  Around The Christmas Tree" in approximately the same voice.  And in fact,
  they did sound somewhat alike.

Though I smiled
The tears inside were burning
I wished him luck and then he said goodbye
#20) Presley, Elvis: "Marie's The Name His Latest Flame" (1961) [4] {-}

  Third of four songs in this GOLQ that mention the name Marie prominently
  in the title and/or lyrics.  No Jordanaires in the artist name for this

  Delphi Trivia Club: The actual 45 credits this song as "Marie's the Name
  His Latest Flame," with the first three words in small letters rather than

Stealing my Marie
(Stealing my Marie)
Someone better tell her (Uh-huh)
She belongs to me
#21) Rocky Fellers, The: "Killer Joe" (1963) [16] {-}

  Fourth of four songs in this GOLQ that mention the name Marie prominently
  in the title and/or lyrics.

Millions of hearts have been broken
Just because these words were spoken
I love you, yes I do, I love you
If you break my heart, I'll die
#22) Smith, Somethin', & The Redheads: "It's A Sin To Tell A Lie"
                                                               (1955) [7] {-}

  A fun song I first heard in 2005.

Black boy in Chicago
Playing in the street
And not enough to wear
Not near enough to eat
But don't you know he saw it
On a July afternoon
#23) Stewart, John: "Armstrong" (1969) [74] {-}

  Second of two songs in this GOLQ by singer/songwriters who wrote a hit
  song done by the Monkees whose title ends in the word "Believer."  Stewart
  wrote "Daydream Believer."  Perhaps this song did better than expected
  because I mentioned it in my last GOLQ, when I used "Daydream Believer."
  I said at the time that I had heard of but never heard "Armstrong."
  Someone arranged for me to hear it after that, and I decided when I was
  putting this GOLQ together to include it.  You can refer to the results
  for GOLQ233 for more on John Stewart.

  Really Rockin' In Boston: About Neil Armstrong walking on the moon.

  The GenaTeam: This was a #1 hit in Australia in 1969 for a country and
  western artist named Reg Lindsay.

In the jungle
The quiet jungle
#24) Tokens, The: "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" (1961/62) [1] {7}

  I chose this one because it was #1 45 years ago from the time this quiz
  was distributed, as 1961 became 1962.  Bryan Shailer mentioned two other
  artists that would have fit alphabetically if they had charted in the GOLQ
  era, Tight Fit and The Weavers.  This was also a #3 hit by Robert John in
  1972 (produced by Tokens member Hank Medress), and the Tokens' version
  charted again in 1994 as a result of being used in THE LION KING.

But like a dream
You've vanished from view
My lonely lips
Are hungry for your kisses
#25) Wilson, Jackie: "My Empty Arms" (1961) [9] {25}

  The GenaTeam: Another of Jackie's songs based on Classic musical pieces.

  It's based on "vesti La Giubba" from the opera I PAGLIACCI.  His hits
  "Night" and "Alone At Last" were also based on classical music pieces.


I found an island in your arms
Country in your eyes
Arms that chain us
Eyes that lied
#T1) Doors, The: "Break On Through (To The Other Side)" (1967) [-] {-}

  Their first single, released 40 years ago in January 1967.  This got heavy
  airplay in Washington, DC, which led me to believe for 30 years that it
  had charted high on the Billboard chart.  So, when "Light My Fire" followed
  this one, I considered it to be the group's second big hit.  I was surprised
  to learn in the Internet era that the first single had not even made the Hot
  100.  From my web searching, it appears that "Break On Through" is how the
  title appears on the single while "Break On Through (To The Other Side)"
  is how it appears on the various albums that have been released over the
  years.  Since familiarity with tie-breakers can come from exposure to either
  singles or albums, I accepted both forms of the title.

  This is the second of two songs in this GOLQ by an artist that had a hit
  with "Light My Fire."

How's by you?
How's by you the family?
How's your sister Emily?
She's nice too
#T2) Sherman, Allan: "Sarah Jackman" (1962) [-] {-}

  This is another single that I thought had been a bigger hit than it was.
  In 1962, I didn't listen to Top 40 radio, but I did get a lot of exposure
  to middle-of-the-road stations because my parents tuned in to them in the
  car and on the kitchen radio.  There were two hot new albums by comedy
  acts in the fall of 1962--Vaughn Meader's Kennedy impersonation album
  THE FIRST FAMILY and Sherman's MY SON THE FOLKSINGER.  My sisters and I
  loved both of them and begged our parents to buy them.  Ultimately, they
  passed on THE FIRST FAMILY (as Kennedy supporters, they may have considered
  it to be an insult), but we did end up with MY SON THE FOLKSINGER and his
  third album, MY SON THE NUT (but not his second one, MY SON THE CELEBRITY).
  I'm sure my parents loved the Jewish humor of these albums.

  This song was a single from MY SON THE FOLKSINGER and got played on the
  middle-of-the-road stations to which I was exposed.  It's done to the tune
  of "Frere Jacques," as noted by Really Rockin' In Boston and The GenaTeam.
  It was a duet in which the female parts were sung by Christine Nelson.


This chart ranks the songs/artists from most to least recognized.  The second
number on the line denotes the average number of points scored on that song
(total points divided by number of entrants, to 2 decimal places).  For
comparison purposes, tie-breakers are scored here on the usual 20-point scale.

Most songs on this GOLQ ranked where I expected them to be.  "Armstrong"
and "Break On Through (To The Other Side)" performed better than I expected
them to perform.  "Tears On My Pillow" performed worse than expected.

Rank Avg. Song
T01 20.00 #01 Anka, Paul: Diana
T01 20.00 #12 Horton, Johnny: Sink the Bismarck
T01 20.00 #24 Tokens, The: The Lion Sleeps Tonight
 04 19.76 #16 Manfred Mann - Do Wah Diddy Diddy
 05 19.41 #08 Feliciano, Jose: The Star-Spangled Banner
 06 19.12 #07 Diamond, Neil: Sweet Caroline (Good Times Never Seemed So Good)
T07 18.82 #09 Francis, Connie: God Bless America
T07 18.82 #17 Mitchell, Guy: Singing the Blues
T07 18.82 #18 Neville, Aaron: Tell It Like It Is
T07 18.82 #11 Gaye, Marvin: I Heard It Through The Grapevine
 11 18.71 #21 Rocky Fellers, The: Killer Joe
 12 17.94 #05 Brown, James, and the Famous Flames: Night Train
 13 17.82 #20 Presley, Elvis: (Marie's The Name) His Latest Flame
T14 17.65 #02 Bachelors, The: Marie
T14 17.65 #T1 Doors, The: Break On Through (to the Other Side)
T14 17.65 #15 Little Anthony and the Imperials: Tears On My Pillow
 16 17.12 #10 Freeman, Bobby: Betty Lou Got A New Pair Of Shoes
 18 16.47 #03 Benton, Brook: Endlessly
T19 15.88 #04 Berry, Chuck: Little Marie
 19 15.88 #23 Stewart, John: Armstrong
T21 15.29 #13 Kalin Twins: When
T21 15.29 #14 Lee, Brenda: Coming On Strong
T21 15.29 #22 Smith, Somethin', and the Redheads: It's A Sin To Tell A Lie
 24 14.94 #06 Cosby, Bill: Little Ole Man (Uptight-Everything's Alright)
 25 13.53 #T2 Sherman, Allan: Sarah Jackman
 26  9.41 #25 Wilson, Jackie: My Empty Arms
 27  7.06 #19 Newton, Wayne: Comin' On Too Strong

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