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No.1 Hits of the 60s Vol.13
"The series still continues. All these songs made it to Number One on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 charts during the 1960s. You might need to furnish either the song or the artist. There may be clues to help you along. Good luck."
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This 1960 number one song about a dance step has the distinction of being number one in two different non-consecutive years. What song was this?
This song, by a guy named Gary U.S. Bonds, had something to do with time. What time was it?
Quarter to Three
This instrumental, composed by David Rose, has been used in many movies and TV shows, as well as a very famous ad campaign for shaving cream. What song was this?
"Easier Said Than Done" made it to the top for this group in 1963. Can you name them?
Beatles time. Of the choices listed which 1964 hit did they have that made the top of the charts and was part of their first feature film?
If I Fell
I Should Have Known Better
And I Love Her
A Hard Day's Night
"Ticket to Ride" was the first number one hit from the Beatles album called "Help!" in 1965
Okay, if you have The Beatles, can the Rolling Stones be far behind? What song did they color the charts with in 1966?
She's a Rainbow
Paint It Black
"You know that it would be untrue, you know that I would be a liar...." What hot 1967 song begins with these classic lyrics?
The Rascals provided us with one of the biggest hits of the decade in the summer of 1968. Name it.
People Got to Be Free
A Beautiful Morning
How Can I Be Sure
The Temptations hit paydirt with this super hit of 1969. Which of these four Temptations songs was the number one hit?
Ball of Confusion
I Can't Get Next to You
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