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No. 1 Hits of the 70s Vol.6
"This is the next entry in the 1970s series which highlights song that were number one on the U.S. Billboard charts during the decade. You may need to give the title or the artist. There may be clues to help you along. Good luck."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
1970 gave us The Beatles final single as a foursome; it concerned a dream by one of the bandmembers. Which song was it?
The Long and Winding Road
Let It Be
"Jeremiah was a bullfrog..." is one of the most well known opening lines in the history of rock and roll. What song is it from?
The group America burst on to the scene with this epic tune in 1972. Can you remember the hit?
You Can Do Magic
Sister Golden Hair
A Horse With No Name
The biggest song in the career of Tony Orlando and Dawn was the 1973 hit "Tie A Yellow Ribbon 'Round the Old Oak Tree". This song provoked a lawsuit by a newspaper columnist who thought he had rights to it.
"Seasons In The Sun" was a number one hit in 1974 for this Canadian artist. Can you name him?
Linda Ronstadt did a remake of a 1963 Top 100 song by Betty Everett and turned it into a number one song in 1975. Which song was it?
You're No Good
I Fall To Pieces
Will You Love Me Tomorrow
Just One Look
How many ways are there to leave your lover, according to Paul Simon?
Manfred Mann's Earth Band had a number one hit with "Blinded By The Light" in 1977. Who wrote it?
Paul McCartney and his band were lucky enough to have a number one tune in the spring of 1978. Can you guess the name? (There's a clue here somewhere)
With A Little Luck
I've Had Enough
You Gave Me The Answer
Co-written by Kenny Loggins, this Doobie Brothers hit went to the top in 1979. Name it.
Minute By Minute
What a Fool Believes
It Keep You Runnin'
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