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Subject: RESULTS and ANSWER KEY for Golden Oldies Lyrics Quiz 348 (GOLQ348)
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Date: Mon,  7 Mar 2016 01:14:07 -0500 (EST)

RESULTS & ANSWER KEY for Golden Oldies Lyrics Quiz #348 (GOLQ348)

Congratulations to Dale Latimer and the Delphi Trivia Club, who, with scores
of 500++, took first place in this quiz. Will McCorry, with a score of 500+.,
was close behind. Five other entries had near-perfect scores (see below).

The theme for this quiz was artists born in December. The artists for all of
the songs were either singers born in December or groups containing at least
one reasonably well-known member or a member who made a major contribution
to the record who was born in December. By major contribution, I mean singing
lead, writing or co-writing the song, or playing a prominently heard instru-
ment on the recording. Or just being a fairly famous person for being in the
group but didn't make a more major contribution than others in the group for
their represented song (examples - Abdul "Duke" Fakir and Davy Jones).

GOLQ oldtimers may recall that I used a theme of June birthdays in GOLQ233,
although not all of the songs in that quiz fit that theme. Both then and now,
I learned several of the December birthdays from a list at:

Others came from the Whitburn "Top Pop Singles" book (2009 edition) or facts
I've picked up over the years.

A few entries identified at least part of the theme, but some of them only
focused on the zodiac clues rather than the calendar month clue. Will McCorry
said it most accurately:

    The main theme is that solo artists and one or more group members
    were born in December. The title of the album on which song #18 was
    released in the U.S. is 'December's Children (And Everybody's)'.
    And the December zodiac signs of Sagittarius (artist of song #19) and
    Capricorn (part of the name of the album that song #T1 appears on --
    'Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones Ltd.') are also represented.

You may be wondering why I chose December birthdays for a January quiz. After
all, I could have done January with Elvis and a lot of my other favorites.
It all started with Frank Sinatra, who would have turned 100 on December 12,
2015.  I knew I had to put him in this GOLQ. And then I remembered two other
singers from Northern New Jersey, Connie Francis and Dionne Warwick, who were
also born on December 12 and decided to include them. And then I thought of
Brenda Lee, similar in style to Connie Francis when they both started out,
whose birthday is a day earlier, although she's from a lot further south than
New Jersey. And Sinatra's Rat Pack crony Sammy Davis, Jr., born on December 8,
but ultimately not used in this GOLQ. And so on, and so on, as I began
associating birthdays and realized that I had almost enough for a GOLQ theme.
Thus, it was natural to complete the GOLQ with this theme.

Two of the songs I chose were to also honor other artists associated with them
that were also born in December.  One of them was actively recording in the
GOLQ era but didn't have any charting singles until later.  The other one is
more closely associated with this particular song than the artist used in this
quiz but never charted with it. Although he had a lot of GOLQ-era hits, his
name is in a part of the alphabet that I thought had enough songs.

Team Teitelbaum noted with their entry the birthdays of the various singers
and group members. I have added this information for songs they didn't ident-
ify plus additional group members born in December for some that they did

GOLQ348's mean score was 448.62, and the median was 496.

My thanks to everyone who participated.

Howard Teitelbaum has posted GOLQ349.

-- Regina Litman <>

Replace all occurrences of "&" in all e-mail addresses with "@".
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++ DL Dale Latimer                 <bob_in_jersey&>   1 near 56
T01 500++ DT Delphi Trivia Club         <rcwkid99&>   7 49+
 03 500+. WM Will McCorry                <wmccorry&>   1 58
 04 498++ EJ The EJ'S & Co.: Ellis, Everett, Danda, Vinnie, Denise,   8 29+
                      Kyra, Mitch, Kevin, <ellisbromberg&>
 05 498.. RR Really Rockin' In Boston             <rardini&>   7 50s,60s
T06 496++ EM DEC & Friends                    <cochran57&>   2 various
T06 496++ VI The Village Idiots                   <MrJaded&>   4
                              (Doug, Michael, Andrew, Andy)
 08 495++ LB Vito & the Salutations          <baileyl&> 5-6 boomers
 09 447.. BP BP Oz                       <briancad&>   2 boomers
 10 434++ NA NAVAIRHEADS                   <tompillion&>   1 69
 11 400+. TT Team Teitelbaum (Howard, Bonnie, Patty, Pat)             4 53-66
 12 380++ CO The Coasters (Rick & Kathy Schubert, Magic Marc,         4 62-66
                                      Bigfoot Mae) <rns&>
 13 188.. JR Jessica Raine          <jraine&>   1 41
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
DL 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
DT 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
WM 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
EJ 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 18 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 18 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
EM 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 18 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 18 20 20
VI 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 18 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 18 20 20
LB 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 18 20 20 19 20 20 20 20 18 20 20
BP 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  - 20 18  - 20 19 20 20 20 20 10 20 20
NA 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  - 18  - 20 20  - 20 20 18 18 20 20
TT 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  - 20 20 20 20  -  - 20  - 20 20  - 20 20 20 20 20 20
CO 20  - 20 20 20 20 20  - 20 20 20 20  -  - 20  - 20 20  - 20 20 20 20 20 20
JR 20  - 10  - 20 20 20  - 19  -  - 20  -  -  -  - 20 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

You don't know how many times I wish that I had told you
You don't know how many times I wish that I could hold you
You don't know how many times I wish that I could mold you into someone
#01) Association, The: "Cherish" (1966) [1] {-}

  Team Teitelbaum (TT): Terry Kirkman, who wrote this song & sang lead, was
  born on 12/12.

  Regina (RL): Also, drummer Ted Bluechel was born on 12/2.

  This is one of three different soft rock songs called "Cherish" that I know.
  The others are post-GOLQ hits by Kool and the Gang (#2 in 1985) and Madonna
  (#2 in 1989). I actually didn't know the Madonna one until I came across a
  YouTube by cast members of the TV show GLEE that is a medley of the Associa-
  tion and Madonna songs called "Cherish." In addition to making the Top 2 of
  the Billboard Hot 100, all three of these songs have been #1 on the Billboard
  Adult Contemporary chart, but it wasn't the Association version of this song
  that reached this spot. It was a 1971 remake by David Cassidy that made it
  there, as well as going to #9 on the Hot 100.

You told me when my girl was untrue
I loaned you money when the funds weren't too cool
I talked your folks out of making you cut off your hair
#02) Beach Boys, The: "Friends" (1968) [47] {-}

  TT: Carl Wilson (lead vocals here) was born on 12/21. Also, Dennis Wilson
  was born on 12/4.

  I chose this song because it was one of the few in which both Carl and Denni
  s either sang lead (Carl) or co-wrote it (along with brother Brian and group
  member Al Jardine). Plus, it had never been in a GOLQ before. This is the
  first of three songs from the 1967-1968 time frame used in this GOLQ that
  turned out to be lower-charting than I had thought they had been, based on
  their airplay in the Washington, DC, area. All three were among the worst-
  performing in this quiz.

  As with "Cherish," I know multiple other songs called "Friends." These
  include different songs by Elton John, Feather, the Cyrkle (although it
  may have been a solo recording by group member Don Dannemann), and Bette
  Midler (who was born on 12/1).

I'm crossing you in style
Some day
#03) Butler, Jerry: "Moon River" (1961/62) [11] {14}

  TT: Born on 12/8.

  I chose this song because the most famous version of this song was done by
  Andy Williams, who was born on 12/3.

  Jessica Raine: Written for the movie "Breakfast At Tiffany's".

Well she dances to the bop
She dances to the stroll
She dances to the walk
She can rock and roll
#04) Cannon, Freddy: "Tallahassee Lassie" (1959) [6] {13}

  TT: Born on 12/4.

It's right that I should care about you
And try to make you happy when you're blue
#05) Clark, Dave, Five: "Because" (1964) [3] {n/c}

  TT: Dave Clark was born on 12/15.
  RL: Also, lead singer and keyboard player Mike Smith was born on 12/6.

  As I've pointed out before, this is one of three songs titles I know of
  that the Beatles and the Dave Clark Five have in common, although they are
  different songs. The others are "Don't Let Me Down" and "Glad All Over."
  And as I've also mentioned before, the title is not spelled cuz, cos, b/c,
  cause, or 'cause, although at least once in the lyrics, in order to fit the
  tempo of the song, the word is sung as "'cause."

Why does my heart go on beating?
Why do these eyes of mine cry?
#06) Davis, Skeeter: "The End Of The World" (1963) [2] {4}

  TT: Born on 12/30.

  The first version I ever knew of this song was by Herman's Hermits on their
  second u.s. album, ON TOUR. For many years after I heard the Skeeter Davis
  version, I preferred theirs. But I recently played them back-to-back and
  realize now that I have moved beyond my teenage crush on lead singer Peter
  Noone and now prefer Skeeter Davis' version.

If I was to say it to you
Girl we couldn't get much higher
#07) Doors, The: "Light My Fire" (1967) [1] {-}

  TT: Jim Morrison was born on 12/8.
  RL: Also, drummer John Densmore was born on 12/1.

  As noted under the next item, this was remade by Jose Feliciano a year
  later and peaked at #3. I picked these lyrics because I thought that
  Feliciano sang, "Mama we couldn't get much higher," but at a different
  part of the song, he does sing, "Girl, we couldn't get much higher."
  So I had to rely on an intervening artist to separate these two, as well
  as someone knowing the theme and realizing that it has to be the Doors.

  Two people pointed out to me that they thought the lyrics should be,
  "If I was to say to you." I listened again and still heard them as they
  appear here. Since these lines are sung multiple times in the song, perhaps
  at least one time they are sung one way, and at least once, they are sung
  the other way.

We'll live a life no one has ever known
But I know you're thinking that I'm hardly grown
But oh thank God at last and finally
#08) Faithfull, Marianne: "Come And Stay With Me" (1965) [26] {-}

  RL: Born on 12/29.

  I had a hard time finding an artist to fill the gap alphabetically between
  the Doors and where Jose Feliciano would go. For anyone who knew the theme,
  it would be easy, since Feliciano's birthday is September 8. When I finally
  found Marianne Faithfull, I wanted to use her bigger and more recognizable
  hit, "As Tears Go By," because the Rolling Stones' version is also on
  DECEMBER'S CHILDREN (AND OTHERS). But it was used too recently in a GOLQ,
  although I have no one to blame but myself because it was one of mine.

The one we danced to all night long
It used to bring sweet memories (sweet memories)
Of a tender love that used to be
#09) Four Tops, The: "It's The Same Old Song" (1965) [5] {2}

  TT: Duke Fakir (last surviving original member) was born on 12/26.

  Motown is short on well-known performers born in December, so I was glad
  to be able to use the Four Tops and the artist appearing in tie-breaker
  slot #T2.

He's walkin' down
Some street in town
And I know he's lookin' there for me
#10) Francis, Connie: "Where The Boys Are" (1960) [4] {-}

  Born on 12/12.

  This song was written by Neil Sedaka and Howard Greenfield for the movie
  of the same title, in which Connie Francis played a starring role. She
  recorded the song in six languages in addition to English:

      German: "Wenn ich träume"
      French: "Je sais qu'un gars"
      Japanese: "Atashi-no"
      Italian: "Qualcuno mi aspetta"
      Neapolitan: "C'è qualcuno"
      Spanish: "Donde hay chicos"

  Although it missed hitting #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, it did reach #1
  in 15 other countries. Her German, Japanese, Spanish, and Italian versions
  are available on YouTube, as are a late 1970s disco remake and a demo sung
  by Sedaka.

These arms
These arms want to hold you
Hold you again
#11) Guess Who, The: "These Eyes" (1969) [6] {-}

  TT: Burton Cummings (lead vocals & keyboards) was born on 12/31.

  The EJ'S & Co.: We note that this was the last hit single in which
  a question mark followed the group's name on the label.

  I accepted both forms of the group name as correct responses.

  This is the first of two Canadian artists in a three-song range.

Now she's dancing going through the movements
Swaying to and fro
Body moving bringing back a memory
Thoughts of long ago
#12) Hollies, The: "Stop Stop Stop" (1966) [7] {-}

  TT: Tony Hicks (group's lead guitarist) was born on 12/16.

  RL: Also, drummer Bobby Elliott was born on 12/8. Hicks played the banjo
  that can be heard prominently in this song.

  Dale Latimer: The song's title was not spelled with exclamation marks,
  but the title of an album that contained it was.

  I accepted both forms of the title as correct responses.

Remember how it used to was
Before the rovin' eye of love
Why does it do the way it does
#13) Kim, Andy: "How'd We Ever Get This Way" (1968) [21] {-}

  This was Andy's first hit. It was written by him and Jeff Barry, who also
  produced it. This duo would soon go on to write several songs toghether
  for the Archies, including their huge hit "Sugar, Sugar."

  This is the second of two Canadian artists in a three-song range.

Listen to the talk that's goin' 'round the town
Everywhere you go they're spreadin' it around
Sayin' that you've gone and found another one
#14) Lee, Brenda: "Is It True" (1964) [17] {n/c}

  RL: Born on 12/11.

  Dale Latimer: Famously opened-for in Hamburg in the '60s by... The Beatles.

  This is my favorite Brenda Lee song. I heard it on the radio mixed in with
  the hits of the Beatles and other British Invasion artists in the fall of
  1964. It was quite different from the weepy ballads that I tended to associ-
  ate with her, more along the lines of her big holiday season hit, "Rockin'
  Around the Christmas Tree." I heard a disc jockey way that she had gone to
  England that year and had come back with a new style. Not too long ago, I
  learned that the guitarist on this record is Jimmy Page, who later rose to
  fame with the Yardbirds and Led Zeppelin. (Coincidentally, Led Zeppelin and
  Brenda Lee appear consecutively in my 2009 Whitburn book.)

Because I'm hopin' obviously
That some day the answer will be
#15) Little Richard and His Band: "The Girl Can't Help It" (1956) [49] {7}

  RL: Born on 12/5.

  Those of us who listened to the radio in the Washington, DC, area in the
  mid-1960s and didn't know the r&b originals recorded by their favorite
  bands, both British and American, thought of this as a British Walkers
  song from 1965, not one by Little Richard from almost a decade earlier.
  (And "Long Tall Sally" was, of course, a Beatles song.) The British Walkers
  were a local group who never had a national breakout hit. A different song
  called "The Girl Can't Help It" was a hit by Journey in the 1980s.

Left school with a first class pass
Started work but as second class
School taught one and one is two
But right now that answer just ain't true
#16) Moody Blues, The: "Ride My See-Saw" (1968) [61] {-}

  RL: Group members Mike Pinder (keyboards, Mellotron, vocals) and Ray Thomas
  (flute, vocals) were born on 12/27 and 12/29, respectively.

  This is the second of three songs from the 1967-1968 time frame used in this
  GOLQ that turned out to be lower-charting than I had thought they had been.

But the dawn is breakin'
It's early morn
Taxi's waitin'
He's blowin' his horn
Already I'm so lonesome I could cry
#17) Peter, Paul, and Mary: "Leaving On Jet Plane" (1969/70) [1] {-}

  TT: Noel "Paul" Stookey was born on 12/30. Written by John Denver (born on
  12/31) in 1966; he originally recorded it in '66 as "Babe, I Hate to Go."

  Although I originally had a different Peter, Paul, and Mary song chosen for
  this quiz, I switched to this one to also honor John Denver.

  The EJ'S & Co.: just saw Peter and Paul/Noel in concert in Milwaukee; they
  asked the audience to sing Mary's part--very touching

Then in flies a guy who's all dressed up just like a Union Jack
#18) Rolling Stones, The: "Get Off Of My Cloud" (1965) [1] {-}

  TT: Keith Richards was born on 12/18.

  As noted earlier, this was released on the U.S. album DECEMBER'S CHILDREN
  (AND OTHERS), commonly just thought of by its non-parenthetical portion.
  Another Washington area group that never hit it big nationally was called
  December's Children, probably in honor of this album. According to, the DC area December's Children (there were at least two others),
  released six U.S. singles and one in Australia, but I only remember hearing
  one of them, "Backwards and Forwards," on the radio.

Wish I didn't feel like winter
'Cause spring's a better thing I know
I know I'd feel so much better
If I could only let her go
#19) Sagittarius: "My World Fell Down" (1967) [70] {-}

  Dale Latimer: Formed by Gary Usher, early co-writer of a few
  Beach Boys tunes.

  RL: Gary Usher was born on 12/14. I'm guessing that he picked the group
  name because it was his birth sign.

  This is the third of three songs from the 1967-1968 time frame used in this
  GOLQ that turned out to be lower-charting than I had thought they had been.
  This was a studio group that included at various times Usher, Bruce Johnston
  (who shares the same birthday--not in December--with both RL and the TT team
  member who submitted the group's entry), Terry Melcher, Kurt Boettcher, and
  Glen Campbell.

And I wonder
Where she will stay-yay
#20) Shannon, Del: "Runaway" (1961) [1] {3}

  TT: Born on 12/30.

  Shannon recorded a slow remake of "Runaway" that I heard on the radio
  briefly in 1967.

Each time I find myself flat on my face
I pick myself up and get back in the race
#21) Sinatra, Frank: "That's Life" (1966/67) [4] {25}

  TT: Born on 12/12.

  While I had trouble coming up with Motown artists for this quiz, I found
  a decent number of artists from the "Your Mother (and Father) Should Know"
  category who were born in December. In addition to Frank Sinatra, Andy
  Williams, and Sammy Davis, Jr., these include both Jane Morgan and
  Jaye P. Morgan.

He's got everything a girl could want
Man, oh, man
What a prize
#22) Thomas, Carla: "Gee Whiz (Look At His Eyes)" (1961) [10] {5}

  TT: Born on 12/21.

Sweet perfume
Those little old roses bloom
And I want to walk with you
My whole life through
#23) Wallace, Jerry, with the Jewels: "Primrose Lane" (1959) [8] {12}

  TT: Born on 12/15.

  Every so often, I pick a song for a GOLQ that turns out to include some
  lines with which I was familiar, but I didn't know the name of the song.
  In past GOLQs, these included "Dungaree Doll" by Eddie Fisher and "The
  Angels Listened In" by the Crests. Now you can add this one to the list.
  I actually knew the above "Sweet perfume" section and a portion that
  includes the title, "Life's a holiday on Primrose Lane," but I didn't
  know they were from the same song!

Just take me inside your arms
And hold me tight
And always be by my side
If I am wrong or right
#24) Warwick, Dionne: "Don't Make Me Over" (1962/63) [21] {5}

  TT: Born on 12/12.

  This was her first hit. Like most of her others from the 1960s, it was
  written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David.

I'm gonna smile and say
I hope you're feelin' better
I'll close with love the way you do
#25) Williams, Billy: "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter"
                                                               (1957) [3] {9}
  TT: Born on 12/28.


Just a loud-mouthed Yankee
I went down to Mexico
I didn't have much time to spend
About a week or so
#T1) Monkees, The: "What Am I Doing Hangin' 'Round" (1967) [-] {-}

  TT: Both Mike Nesmith (lead vocalist here) and Davy Jones were born
  on 12/30.

  As noted above, this was released on their album PISCES, AQUARIUS, CAPRICORN,
  & JONES LTD. How big a phenomenon were the Monkees for a period of time
  in 1966-1967? This album was #1 on the Billboard Top 200 album chart for
  the last five weeks of 1967. The Monkees held down the #1 album spot for 29
  of the 52 weeks that year. Starting with the chart for November 12, 1966,
  they were in this spot for 37 weeks of a 60-week span.

  Vito & the Salutations: T1 is a song from the album titled Pisces, Aquarius,
  Capricorn & Jones LTD. FYI Pisces is Micky Dolenz, Aquarius is Peter Tork,
  Capricorn is Mike Nesmith, and Jones would be a repeat of Capricorn - Mike
  and Davy Jones shared the same birthday on December 30 but 3 years apart.

  This song was written by Michael Martin Murphey, under the name of Travis
  Lewis, and Owen "Boomer" Castleman, under the name of Boomer Clarke. The two
  of them had their own band, The Lewis & Clarke Expedition, which had a minor
  hit, "I Feel Good (I Feel Bad)", which went to #64 in 1967. The two song-
  writers eventually went their separate ways. Each had his biggest pop hit
  in 1975, both with songs that I consider to be cringe-inducing: Murphey with
  "Wildfire" and Castleman with "Judy Mae." That was Castleman's only Hot 100
  solo hit, but Murphey had several more. Castleman died in 2015. Murphey and
  Castleman were friends of Mike Nesmith's, so that's likely how the Monkees
  came to record one of their songs, with Mike on lead vocal. This is perhaps
  one of the most un-Monkees-like song that they ever did. There are separate
  YouTube videos of Murphey and Castleman singing "What Am I Doing Hangin'
  'Round," but the Castleman one is not of very good quality.

  Speaking of singers who died recently, I want to apologize for jinxing David
  Bowie and thus causing him to die when he did. On December 30, as I thought
  of both Nesmith and Jones on their birthday, I thought it was a shame that
  Davy Jones had died but that at least the other famous singer born David
  Jones, which was Bowie, was still among the living. Then, on January 8,
  I thought of Elvis Presley on his birthday and that it was a shame that
  he had died so young, but at least another famous singer having a birthday
  that day, David Bowie, was still alive. And then he died two days later.

  2016 is the 50th anniversary year of the Monkees, and we are now in the
  Chinese Year of the Monkey.

Now, we don't feel tied down
Although our hearts are bound
I don't have to chase her all over town
My baby she's always around
#T2) Temptations, The: "The Girl's Alright With Me" (1964) [102] {n/c}

  RL: Lead vocalist and song co-writer Eddie Kendricks was born on 12/17.

  This was the B-side of "I'll Be In Trouble," which peaked at #33. I don't
  think I even know "I'll Be In Trouble," but I do know this song.

One final word about GOLQ348 in general:

All of the recordings used in this GOLQ are available on YouTube as of now.
Most of the other versions of them and other songs mentioned here are also
available there, including "The Girl Can't Help It" by the British Walkers and
"Babe, I Hate To Go" by John Denver. I have not included links to them because
such links sometimes tend to disappear, plus I now mainly access on devices
other than the desktop computer I use for my GOLQ work. Therefore, I can't
easily transfer the direct links to this document. I found all of the songs
I checked by using the YouTube search feature.


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 compar-
ison purposes, tie-breakers are scored here on the usual 20-point scale.

Any quiz in which at least one of the tie-breakers did better than at least
one of the regular 25 songs has to have some surprise results. So I guess this
means that "What Am I Doing Hangin' 'Round" did better than expected while
"Ride My See-Saw" did worse than expected.

Rank Avg. Song
T01 20.00 #01) Association, The: "Cherish"
T01 20.00 #05) Clark, Dave, Five: "Because"
T01 20.00 #06) Davis, Skeeter: "The End Of The World"
T01 20.00 #07) Doors, The: "Light My Fire"
T01 20.00 #12) Hollies, The: "Stop Stop Stop"
T01 20.00 #17) Peter, Paul, and Mary: "Leaving On Jet Plane"
T01 20.00 #20) Shannon, Del: "Runaway"
T08 19.85 #09) Four Tops, The: "It's The Same Old Song"
T08 19.85 #18) Rolling Stones, The: "Get Off Of My Cloud"
 10 19.23 #03) Butler, Jerry: "Moon River"
T11 18.46 #04) Cannon, Freddy: "Tallahassee Lassie"
T11 18.46 #10) Francis, Connie: "Where The Boys Are"
T11 18.46 #11) Guess Who, The: "These Eyes"
T11 18.46 #21) Sinatra, Frank: "That's Life"
T11 18.46 #24) Warwick, Dionne: "Don't Make Me Over"
T11 18.46 #25) Williams, Billy: "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A
 17 18.31 #22) Thomas, Carla: "Gee Whiz (Look At His Eyes)"
 18 17.38 #15) Little Richard and His Band: "The Girl Can't Help It"
 19 17.08 #23) Wallace, Jerry, with the Jewels: "Primrose Lane"
 20 16.92 #02) Beach Boys, The: "Friends"
 21 15.38 #08) Faithfull, Marianne: "Come And Stay With Me"
T22 13.85 #13) Kim, Andy: "How'd We Ever Get This Way"
T22 13.85 #14) Lee, Brenda: "Is It True"
T22 13.85 #19) Sagittarius: "My World Fell Down"
T22 13.85 #T1) Monkees, The: "What Am I Doing Hangin' 'Round"
 26 12,31 #16) Moody Blues, The: "Ride My See-Saw"
 27 10.77 #T2) Temptations, The: "The Girl's Alright With Me"
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