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Subject: RESULTS and ANSWER KEY for Golden Oldies Lyrics Quiz 352 (GOLQ352)
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Date: Mon, 20 Jun 2016 15:05:38 -0400 (EDT)

RESULTS & ANSWER KEY for Golden Oldies Lyrics Quiz #352 (GOLQ352)

Congratulations to the EJ'S & Co. and the Delphi Trivia Club, who, with scores
of 500++, took first place in this quiz.  Two other entries had near-perfect
scores (see below).

The three themes were as follows, but a few of the songs were not part of any
of the themes:

1.  Songs that came from classical music or opera, identified by Jessica
Raine, Team Teitelbaum, The Coasters, Mike Weaver, Will McCorry, and Really
Rockin' In Boston.  I had earlier found a web page that included all of the
ones that were used in this quiz plus a lot more, but I can't find it right
now.  I Googled a few of the song titles to try to find the page, but
invariably one or more were missing from ones I tried.  You can Google this
yourself, maybe by using a different combination of songs.  One such site is:

2.  Songs that are better known, or equally known, as instrumentals,
identified by The EJ'S & Co., Mike Weaver, Will McCorry, and Really Rockin' In
Boston.  I have done a YouTube playlist of such songs, including all of the
ones featured here, which you can find at:

3.  Songs with snippets featured in the YouTube video, "Same Title, Different
#1 Song," which can be found at:

Six of these titles are of at least one GOLQ-era-charting song, although only
one title, "Venus," is the title of two different songs that entered the Hot
100 in the GOLQ era.  All seven songs were eligible for GOLQ352, but I only
used one of the ones called "Venus."  I had used Frankie Avalon's "Venus"
twice before in GOLQs I put together, so I used the Shocking Blue song this
time.  Two artists who had charting hits in the GOLQ-era, Neil Sedaka and Sly
& the Family Stone, are represented in this video with post-GOLQ hits.  I
included both of them with GOLQ-era songs in this GOLQ.  (In case you're
wondering where they are, Sly's group is at #T2, while one of Sedaka's lesser-
known songs is #19.)

A lot of the post-GOLQ songs in this video do not sound like music to my ears,
so you may want to first listen to this video with the sound off, making note
of where "Big Girls Don't Cry," "Good Vibrations," "Honey,", "I'm Sorry," "My
Love," and "Venus" appear and then turn it up briefly for these snippets.  A
few of the 1970s songs in this video, including Sedaka's "Bad Blood," Sly &
the Family Stone's "Family Affair," Paul McCartney's "My Love," John Denver's
"I'm Sorry," and "Best Of My Love" by both the Eagles and the Emotions may
also be songs you have enjoyed over the years.  (And I'll also add 1985's "The
Power Of Love" by Huey Lewis & the News to my list of favorite songs in this

The EJ'S & Co. came close to identifying this theme by mentioning that #02,
#04, #08, #09, #14, #17, and #21 were Billboard #1's.  All but #17 are from
this video.  (There is also one other #1 in this GOLQ that is not from this
video.)  Mike Weaver also came close by mentioning the theme possiblility of
songs with the same name as (but different from) other charted hits.

GOLQ352's mean score was 403.15, and the median was 472.

My thanks to everyone who participated.

Howard Teitelbaum has posted GOLQ353.

-- Regina Litman <>

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.

(For anti-spamming purposes, all occurrences of "@" in e-mail addresses have
been replaced with "&".)

                                                                   # on
Pos Score ID Name and E-mail address                               Team Age(s)
T01 500++ EJ The EJ'S & Co.: Ellis, Everett, Kyra, Vinnie, Mitch,     8   29+
                    Denise + Norm, Kevin, <ellisbromberg&>
T01 500++ DT Delphi Trivia Club         <rcwkid99&>   7 we're going grey
 03 498++ VI The Village Idiots                   <MrJaded&>   4
                              (Doug, Michael, Andrew, Andy)
 04 494++ EM DEC & Friends                    <cochran57&>   3 Various
 05 480.. WM Will McCorry                <wmccorry&>   1   58
 06 478.+ RR Really Rockin' In Boston             <rardini&>   7 50s,60s
 07 472++ LB Vito & the Salutations          <baileyl&> 4-5 boomers
 08 457+. MW Mike Weaver                   <oldtunes&>   1
 09 426.. NA NAVAIRHEADS                   <tompillion&>   1   69
 10 360.. CO The Coasters (Rick & Kathy Schubert, Magic Marc,         4  63-67
                                      Bigfoot Mae) <rns&>
 11 340.. TT Team Teitelbaum (Howard, Bonnie, Patty, Pat)             4  53-66 
 12 176.. JR Jessica Raine          <jraine&>   1   42
 13  58.. BS Bryan Shailer                <bryanshailer&>   1   53
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
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 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
VI 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 18 20 18 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
EM 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 18 20 20 20 18 18 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
RR 20 20  - 20 18 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
LB 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 18 18 20 20  - 18 18 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
MW 20 20 20 20 20 19 20 20 20 20  - 20 20 20 20 20 18 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  -
NA 20 20 20 20 20 18 20 20 20 20  - 18 20 20 20 20 20 20  - 20 10 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 20 20  -  - 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  - 20  -  - 20 20 20  -  - 20
JR  - 20  - 10  -  - 10 20 20  -  - 18  - 20 20  - 18  -  - 20  -  -  -  -  -
BS  - 20  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  - 18  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  - 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" (chart year) [peak Pop] {peak R&B} <xxx>...<yyy>

    "peak Pop" = Peak position achieved on the weekly Billboard Pop chart.
    "peak R&B" = Peak position on the weekly Billboard Rhythm & Blues chart.
        (Billboard didn't publish an R&B chart between 11/30/63 and 1/23/65,
        so recordings in that interval show peak R&B of {n/c} ("no chart").

A month of nights
A year of days
Octobers drifting into Mays
#01) Alaimo, Steve: "Cast Your Fate To The Wind" (1965) [89] {-} <219>

This is one of the songs better known as an instrumental.  Three instrumental
and two vocal versions charted on the Hot 100 and Bubbling Under charts in the

Martin Denny, instrumental, #124, 1962
Vince Guaraldi Trio, instrumental, #22, 1963
Sounds Orchestral, instrumental, #10, 1965
Steve Alaimo, vocal, #89, 1965
Shelby Flint, vocal, #61, 1966

She's givin' me the excitations
#02) Beach Boys, The: "Good Vibrations" (1966/67) [1] {-} <80><188><260>

Not to be confused by "Good Vibrations" by Marky Mark Featuring The Funky
Bunch, #1 in 1991.

Winds may blow over the icy sea
I'll take with me the warmth of thee
#03) Bennett, Tony: "A Taste Of Honey" (1964) [94] {n/c}

The Beatles, who also did this song, fit alphabetically, but their version
never charted (at least in the U.S.), and it does not contain these lyrics.
The Beatles based their version on the one by Lenny Welch, which did not chart
in the U.S.  Three instrumental and two vocal versions of "A Taste Of Honey"
charted on the Hot 100 or are considered to be classic recordings in the

Martin Denny, instrumental, #50, 1962
Victor Feldman Quartet, instrumental, #88, 1962
The Beatles, vocal, classic recording, 1963
Tony Bennett, vocal, #94, 1964
Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass, instrumental, #7, 1965

The Tijuana Brass recording is probably the best-known version of this song.
Its trumpet arrangement was used as the backing track of an Allan Sherman
parody called "A Waste Of Money."

Brighter than the brightest star
That shines every night above
And there is nothing in this world that can ever change
#04) Clark, Petula: "My Love" (1965/66) [1] {-} <39><159>

"My Love" is the only title of three different songs that have reached #1 on
the Billboard Hot 100 since the chart's inception.  The others were by Paul
McCartney & Wings in 1973 and Justin Timberlake Featuring T.I. in 2006.  Other
songs called "My Love" that charted either in the GOLQ era or during the time
I followed the top hits of the day closely:

Nat King Cole & Stan Kenton, #47, 1960
Lionel Richie, #5, 1983 

Never knew that my heart could
Go zing that-a-way
Ting-a-ling that-a-way
Make me sing that-a-way
#05) Como, Perry: "Hot Diggity (Dog Ziggity Boom)" (1956) [1] {-} <109><321>

Team Teitelbaum:  Melody based on "Espana Rhapsody" by Emmanuel Chabrier.

I was especially pleased to find that the song that was #1 for all of the
month of May 1956, 60 years ago, fit one of the themes for this GOLQ.

One hour and I'll be meeting you
I know you're gonna make me blue
My heart is trembling through and through
'Cause I know very well
I can tell, I can tell
#06) Davis, Skeeter: "My Last Date (With You)" (1960/61) [26] {-} <101>

Skeeter Davis wrote words to the instrumental hit, "Last Date" by Floyd
Cramer, with Cramer's blessing.  In 1972, Conway Twitty wrote a different set
of words (more of a man's perspective), also with Cramer's blessing.  His
version bubbled under at #112 that year, but I wouldn't be surprised if it
made the Country chart.  Two instrumental and two vocal versions of this song
charted on the Hot 100 chart in the 1960s:

Floyd Cramer, instrumental, #2, 1960
Lawrence Welk, instrumental, #21, 1960
Skeeter Davis, vocal, #26, 1961
Joni James, vocal, #38, 1961

She's gone where the goblins go
Below, below, below
#07) Fifth Estate, The: "Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead" (1967) [11] {-} <118>

While this song is famous from being in THE WIZARD OF OZ, it is also based
partly on Michael Praetorius's "Dance Suite Terpsichore".

My girl said good-bye-yi-yi
(my, oh, my)
#08) 4 Seasons, The: "Big Girls Don't Cry" (1962/63) [1] {1} <70><207><298>

Not to be confused with "Big Girls Don't Cry" by Fergie, #1 in 2007.  The 1975
#2 hit "I'm Not In Love" by 10cc prominently features the line, "Big boys
don't cry."  Coincidentally, a group with members who were later members of
10cc appears later in this GOLQ (with a song that was based on a classical

See the tree how big it's grown
But friend it hasn't been too long
It wasn't big
#09) Goldsboro, Bobby: "Honey" (1968) [1] {-} <21><153><269>

Not to be confused with "Honey" by Mariah Carey, #1 in 1997.  Other charting
or bubbling under versions of the Goldsboro song, which was written by Bobby

Bob Shane, #104, 1968
O.C. Smith, #44, 1969

At a spot where the beat's really hot
If it's square
We ain't there
#10) Gray, Dobie: "The 'In' Crowd" (1965) [13] {11} <13><266>

This is a song that was a big enough hit as a vocal whose fame was eclipsed by
an instrumental version that charted later the same year.  The Ramsey Lewis
Trio's version peaked at #5 later in 1965 and appears to be the version people
tend to think of when this song is mentioned.

Oh what a crazy party
All the gang's here too
The beat is really jumpin'
Like a kangaroo
#11) Haley, Bill, and His Comets: "Dim, Dim The Lights (I Want Some Atmosphere)"
        (1954/55) [11] {10} <42><259>

This song does not fit any of the themes.  Near the end, I had a big gap
between Dobie Gray and Brenda Lee to fill, and I had very few songs from the
1950s part of the GOLQ-era yet.  It is, however, one of two songs in this
GOLQ, that have similar titles to 1979 Top 2 hits by Donna Summer.  Her song
"Dim All The Lights" reached #2 that year.

Come on now
Don't forget to say you will
Don't forget to say yay yay yay yay yeah
#12) Isley Brothers, The: "Shout - Part 1" (1959,1962) [47,94] {-,-} <2><195><310>

I picked this song, thinking it was just called "Shout," because I thought
incorrectly that it had the same title as a 1985 Billboard #1 song, "Shout" by
Tears for Fears.  The one done by the Isley Brothers made the Hot 100 and
Bubbling Under charts several times in the 1960s:

Isley Brothers, #47, 1959
Joey Dee, #6, 1962
Isley Brothers, #94, 1962
Lulu, #94, 1964
Dion, #108, 1964
Lulu, #96, 1967
The Chambers Brothers, #83, 1969

Bryan Shailer mentioned the version by Lulu (possibly listed as Lulu & the
Luvvers) as being a hit in England and an Australian version by Johnny
O'Keefe.  When I looked up Johnny O'Keefe's version, I discovered that this
became regarded as a signature or theme song for him.  Johnny O'Keefe had a
lifespan that roughly coincided with Elvis Presley's (born January 1935, died
Ocober 1978) and sometimes did cover/remake versions of U.S. hits.

This song was used by the Buffalo Bills as their fan motivation song during
the period in the early 1990s when they made the Super Bowl four times but
never won it.

Every puppy has its day
Everybody has to pay
#13) Jackson, Stonewall: "Waterloo" (1959) [4] {11} <74><169><256>

The 1970s hit "Waterloo" by ABBA. a different song, did not reach #1 on any
U.S. charts.  I only chose this one to use another 1950s song in this part of
the alphabet.

You tell me
Mistakes are part of bein' young
But that don't right
The wrong that's been done
#14) Lee, Brenda: "I'm Sorry" (1960) [1] {4} <28><114><250>

Not to be confused with "I'm Sorry" by John Denver, #1 in 1975.

When I'm in your arms
Nothing seems to matter
If the world would shatter
I don't care
#15) Mindbenders, The: "A Groovy Kind Of Love" (1966) [2] {-} <2><138><245>

This is based on the Rondo section of Muzio Clementi's "Sonatina in G major,"
op. 36 no. 5.

Jessica Raine:  I heard this song on our local oldies radio station many times
as a little kid.  As a teenaged piano student, I worked my way through a book
of sonatinas by Muzio Clementi (a contemporary of Mozart) and was very
surprised to recognize the main melody of one of the sonatinas as the melody
to "Groovy Kind Of Love"!

Eric Stewart, who was a member of the Mindbenders when they had this hit, and
Graham Gouldman, who joined later, were later members of 10cc.  A remake of "A
Groovy Kind Of Love" done by Phil Collins went to #1 in 1988.

On her hand
She wears a diamond ring
Mighty pretty thing
I'm the one who saved and bought it
#16) Morgan Brothers, The: "Nola" (1959) [50] {-}

This was the last non-tie-breaker song to be added to this GOLQ.  I still
needed to fill a fairly large one-song gap between Mindbenders and Presley.  I
considered using one of THREE different songs done by Chris Montez in the
1960s that share titles with 1980s #1 hits that are different songs ("Let's
Dance," #4 for him in 1962, #1 for David Bowie in 1983; "Call Me," #22 for him
in 1966, #1 for Blondie in 1980; and "Time After Time," #36 for him in 1966,
#1 for Cyndi Lauper in 1984)  But I decided to continue looking for a 1950s

This one looked intriguing because the Philadelphia Phillies, who were doing
well at the time but have since gone downhill, have two starting pitchers this
year named Aaron Nola and Adam Morgan.  Then, when I played the song, I
realized that this recording qualified for inclusion in this GOLQ because it's
a vocal version of a song better known as an instrumental.

"Nola" was written by pianist composer Felix Arndt in 1915 as a gift to his
fiancee and later wife Nola.  Lyrics were added later by James F. Burns.  Two
memorable pre-GOLQ instrumental versions were by The Vincent Lopez Orchestra
in 1922 and New Jersey Hall of Fame member Les Paul in 1950.  The GOLQ era
featured two charting vocal versions:

Billy Williams, #39
Morgan Brothers, #50

While the Billy Williams version may have been better known, I needed
something for this part of the alphabet.  I hoped that people familiar with
the Williams version would search for another charting version that fit

The instrumental version with which I am familiar is by Horst Jankowski.  It
was the B-side of his biggest U.S. hit, "A Walk in the Black Forest," which
peaked at #12 in the spring of 1965.  My father had the album that featured
both of these songs, and I especially enjoyed listening to "Nola."  In this
version, a male voice (I don't know if it was Jankowski) says, "Maria," before
each verse or chorus, and a female voice then says, "Uh-uh, Nola."  Finally,
at the end, she says, "OK, Maria."

The Morgan Brothers, Dick, Duke, and Charley, were a vocal trio from Mancos,
Colorado.  This was their only charting record.  Their sister, Jaye P. Morgan
(original name, Mary Margaraet Morgan), had 20 charting singles from

Your lips excite me
Let your arms invite me
For who knows when
We'll meet again
This way
#17) Presley, Elvis, with The Jordanaires: "It's Now Or Never" (1960) [1] {7} <51><199><288>

Also known to me as "The Jack LaLanne Theme Song."  Jack LaLanne was the host
of a TV show that promoted physical fitness long before it became a major part
of American culture.  It was on Monday-Friday in the morning, and my mother
usually watched it.  If I wasn't in school that day, I often watched it with

Both the Jack LaLanne theme song and the Elvis Presley hit were based on "O
Sole Mio," Neapolitan song written in 1898 by Giovanni Capurro (lyricist) and
Eduardo di Capua (composer), as pointed out by Jessica Raine and Team

You can hear the Jack LaLanne theme song at:

How can I face tomorrow
When yesterday is all I see
I just don't want to face tomorrow
If you're not sharin' it with me
Baby, baby, baby!
#18) Ruffin, David: "My Whole World Ended (The Moment You Left Me)" (1969) [9] {2} <33><261><315>

Motown meets the classics!  This was the debut solo single by former
Temeptations lead singer David Ruffin, and it has one of my all-time favorite
introductions.  This introduction and melody were based upon the classical
music piece "Frühlingslied" by Felix Mendelssohn.

(Hey, there, open up your eyes)
All I see is just a pack of lies
(Hey, there, she's gonna break your heart)
I'm not gonna listen to the rumors that you start
#19) Sedaka, Neil: "Bad Girl" (1963/64) [33] {-}

I chose this fairly obscure song to represent Neil Sedaka in this GOLQ because
it has a similar title to his 1975 #1 song, "Bad Blood" (not to be confused
with "Bad Blood" by Taylor Swift Featuring Kendrick Lamar, #1 in 2015).  There
have been quite a few songs called "Bad Girl" or "Bad Girls" over the years,
including "Bad Girl" by the Miracles, which peaked at #93 in 1959.  In
addition, "Bad Girls" by Donna Summer reached #1 in 1979, making this the
second of two songs in this GOLQ with a title similar to that of a Donna
Summer Top 2 song from that year.

Let me come home
If you miss me
I would even let Aunt Bertha
Hug and kiss me
#20) Sherman, Allan: "Hello Mudduh, Hello Fadduh! (A Letter from Camp)"
        (1963) [2] {-} <93>

Jessica Raine and Team Teitelbaum both pointed out that this is based on "The
Dance Of The Hours" by Amilcare Ponchielli, which is from the opera LA
GIOCONDA.  Jessica also noted that it is probably better known as the dancing
hippo sequence in FANTASIA.

Sherman released a new version of this song called "Hellow Mudduh, Hello
Faddah! (A Letter From Camp) (New 1964 Version)."  It only reached #59.

I'm your fire
At your desire
#21) Shocking Blue, The: "Venus" (1969/70) [1] {-} <131><217><322>

Not to be confused with "Venus" by Frankie Avalon, #1 in 1959.  But don't feel
to bad if you confuse it with "Venus" by Bananarama, #1 in 1986, because that
one is a remake of the Shocking Blue song.  Thus, the Shocking Blue/Bananarama
"Venus" is the only song to have been #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 twice that
also shares its title with a totally different song.  (Frankie Avalon remade
his "Venus" in a disco version in 1976, but it only went to #46.)

The Ventures have recorded both the Frankie Avalon and Shocking Blue songs
called "Venus".

You hold me in your arms
And say once again you love me
And if your love is true
Everything will be just as wonderful
#22) Toys, The: "A Lover's Concerto" (1965) [2] {4} <4><170>

Team Teitelbaum:  Melody is "Minuet in G Major" by J. S. Bach.

Additional information - This is from the Anna Magdalena Notebook.

I'll see her
And my heart will know
This is the face that I love so
#23) Tymes, The: "Somewhere" (1963/64) [19] {n/c} <131>

This is based on the opening of Mozart's Piano Sonata No. 15 in C Major, K 545.

It's keeping track of the pack
Watching them watching back
That makes the world go round
what's that sound
#24) Williams, Andy: "Music To Watch Girls By" (1967) [34] {-} <172>

This song began life as the theme music for a Diet Pepsi commercial in the
mid-1960s.  It was expanded into a full-blown instrumental hit by the Bob
Crewe Generation.  Shortly after that, Andy Williams recorded this vocal
version.  The musical accompaniment to him appears to be the Bob Crewe
Generation version sped up.  Hot 100 and Bubbling Under charting versions:

Bob Crewe Generation, instrumental, #15, 1967
Andy Williams, vocal, #34, 1967
Al Hirt, instrumental, #119, 1967

One of the Diet Pepsi ads can be seen and heard at:

Comes dawn my darling you're gone
But you'll come back into my arms
#25) Wilson, Jackie: "Night" (1960) [4] {3} <37><236>

Team Teitelbaum:  Melody from the aria "Mon Coeur S'ouvre a ta Voix" from the
opera "Samson and Delilah" by Camille Saint-Saens.


They never come on strong like phony diplomats
We may not say too much
But never think we're square
A Cadillac and fancy clothes don't put you there
#T1) Sam The Sham & The Pharoahs: "(I'm In With) The Out Crowd" (1966) [-] {-}

This was the b-side of their hit, "The Hair On My Chinny Chin Chin," which
reached #22 in 1966.  It is an answer song to "The "In" Crowd" by Dobie Gray
(and the Ramsey Lewis Trio), but unlike most answer songs, it does not use the
same tune.

[voice 1]:
Time still creepin'
[voice 2]:
'Specially when you're sleepin'
[voice 3]:
Wake up and go for what you know-woh-woh
#T2) Sly & The Family Stone: "You Can Make It If You Try" (1969) [-] {-}

I included Sly & The Family Stone in this GOLQ not only because their 1971 #1
hit "Family Affair" is not to be confused with "Family Affair" by Mary J.
Blige, #1 in 2001 but also as a tribute to the group's trumpet player, Cynthia
Robinson, who died recently.  This song was originally released on their 1969
album STAND!

One final word about GOLQ352 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 all of the various instrumentals and alternate
vocal versions mentioned here.  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
comparison purposes, tie-breakers are scored here on the usual 20-point scale.

Most of the songs did about what I expected them to do.  However, I expected
"You Can Make It If You Try" to better than the other tie-breaker, "(I'm In
With) The Out Crowd" and possibly even better than some of the lesser-known
regular songs such as "Nola" and "Bad Girl."  Although "Good Vibrations" was
the only one that scored 20.00, every entry mentioned the Isley Brothers song.
Some entries lost points for leaving off "Part 1," which I probably would have
done too if I were a contestant.  (I hope that my teammates would have then
bailed me out. I have learned this for any future use of this song on a GOLQ
put together by someone else.)

Rank Avg. Song
 01 20.00 #02) Beach Boys, The: "Good Vibrations" (1966) [1] {-}
 02 19.23 #12) Isley Brothers, The: "Shout - Part 1" (1959,1962) [47,94] {-,-}
T03 18.46 #08) 4 Seasons, The: "Big Girls Don't Cry" (1962/63) [1] {1}
T03 18.46 #09) Goldsboro, Bobby: "Honey" (1968) [1] {-}
T03 18.46 #14) Lee, Brenda: "I'm Sorry" (1960) [1] {4}
T03 18.46 #15) Mindbenders, The: "A Groovy Kind Of Love" (1966) [2] {-}
T03 18.46 #20) Sherman, Allan: "Hello Mudduh, Hello Fadduh! (A Letter from Camp)" (1963) [2] {-}
T08 17.69 #04) Clark, Petula: "My Love" (1965/66) [1] {-}
T08 17.69 #17) Presley, Elvis, with The Jordanaires: "It's Now Or Never" (1960) [1] {7}
T08 17.69 #21) Shocking Blue, The: "Venus" (1969/70) [1] {-}
T11 16.92 #10) Gray. Dobie: "The "In" Crowd" (1965) [13] {11}
T11 16.92 #22) Toys, The: "A Lover's Concerto" (1965) [2] {4}
T13 16.77 #05) Como, Perry: "Hot Diggity (Dog Ziggity Boom)" (1956) [1] {-}
T13 16.77 #13) Jackson, Stonewall: "Waterloo" (1959) [4] {11}
 15 16.15 #07) Fifth Estate, The: "Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead" (1967) [11] {-}
 16 15.38 #25) Wilson, Jackie: "Night" (1960) [4] {3}
 17 15.23 #18) Ruffin, David: "My Whole World Ended (The Moment You Left Me)" (1969) [9] {2}
T18 13.85 #01) Alaimo, Steve: "Cast Your Fate To The Wind" (1965) [89] {-}
T18 13.85 #03) Bennett, Tony: "A Taste Of Honey" (1964) [94] {n/c}
T18 13.85 #11) Haley, Bill, and His Comets: "Dim, Dim The Lights" (I Want Some Atmosphere)" (1954/55) [11] {10}
T18 13.85 #24) Williams, Andy: "Music To Watch Girls By" (1967) [34] {-}
 22 13.62 #06) Davis, Skeeter: "My Last Date (With You)" (1960/61) [26] {-}
T23 12.31 #19) Sedaka, Neil: "Bad Girl" (1963/64) [33] {-}
T23 13.85 #23) Tymes, The: "Somewhere" (1963/64) [19] {n/c}
 25 10.62 #16) Morgan Brothers, The: "Nola" (1959) [50] {-}
T26  9.23 #T1) Sam The Sham & The Pharoahs: "(I'm In With) The Out Crowd" (1966) [-] {-}
T26  9.23 #T2) Sly & The Family Stone: "You Can Make It If You Try" (1969) [-] {-}

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