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Top Songs of 1967

1966 <-1967-> 1968


  

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Hello, Goodbye
1.
12/1967
383

✫1
US


✫1
UK
[Capitol 2056]
written by John Lennon & Paul McCartney
2.
07/1967
341

✫1
US


✫1
UK
[Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs #362]
[Capitol 5964]
written by John Lennon & Paul McCartney
3.
05/1967
322

5
US
22
R&B
✫1
UK
[Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs #57]
melody based on the Bach cantata Sleepers Awake
[Deram 7507]
written by Gary Brooker, Keith Reid & Matthew Fisher (uncredited)
Penny Lane
4.
02/1967
303

✫1
US


2
UK
[Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs #449]
charted as Penny Lane / Strawberry Fields Forever in UK charts
written by John Lennon & Paul McCartney
5.
01/1967
297

✫1
US


3
UK
[Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs #303]
charted as Let's Spend The Night Together / Ruby Tuesday in UK charts
[London 904]
written by Mick Jagger & Keith Richards
Daydream Believer
6.
11/1967
291

✫1
US


5
UK
[Colgems 1012]
written by John Stewart
Groovin'
7.
04/1967
291

✫1
US
3
R&B
8
UK
as The Young Rascals
[Atlantic 2401]
written by Felix Cavaliere & Eddie Brigati
8.
02/1967
265

2
US


2
UK
[Dunhill 4077]
written by Ralph Bass & Lowman Pauling
A Little Bit Me, a Little Bit You
9.
03/1967
249

2
US


3
UK
[Colgems 1004]
written by Neil Diamond
Happy Together
10.
02/1967
247

✫1
US


12
UK

[White Whale 244]
written by Garry Bonner & Alan Gordon [Alan Lee Gordon]
Strawberry Fields Forever
11.
02/1967
229

8
US


2
UK
[Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs #76]
in the US, B-Side to Penny Lane ; charted as Penny Lane / Strawberry Fields Forever in UK charts
written by John Lennon & Paul McCartney
(The Lights Went Out in) Massachusetts
12.
09/1967
226

11
US


✫1
UK
[Atco 6532]
written by Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb & Maurice Gibb
13.
05/1967
215

3
US


4
UK
[White Whale 249]
written by Garry Bonner & Alan Gordon [Alan Lee Gordon]
Light My Fire
14.
06/1967
214

✫1
US


49
UK
[Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs #35]
[Elektra 45615]
written by Jim Morrison, Ray Manzarek, Robby Krieger & John Densmore
15.
05/1967
208

✫1
US




written by Ruthann Friedman
There's a Kind of Hush
16.
02/1967
188

4
US


7
UK

[MGM 13681]
written by Geoff Stephens & Les Reed
17.
12/1967
164

5
US


24
UK
[Acta 811]
written by Scott English & Larry Weiss
I Can See for Miles
18.
10/1967
164

9
US


10
UK
[Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs #258]
[Decca 32206]
written by Pete Townshend
Itchycoo Park
19.
08/1967
164

16
US


3
UK
20.
04/1967
162

5
US


9
UK
[Dunhill 4083]
written by John Phillips & Michelle Phillips
21.
08/1967
162

2
US




22.
09/1967
143

4
US




as The Young Rascals
written by Felix Cavaliere & Eddie Brigati
Matthew and Son
23.
01/1967
126

115
US


2
UK

[Deram 7505]
written by Cat Stevens
Waterloo Sunset
24.
05/1967
123





2
UK
[Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs #42]
[Reprise 0612]
written by Ray Davies
25.
12/1967
123





2
UK
written by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison & Ringo Starr (as Richard Starkey)
The Beat Goes On
26.
01/1967
123

6
US


29
UK

[Atco 6461]
written by Sonny Bono
Dandelion
27.
08/1967
121

14
US


8
UK
charted as We Love You / Dandelion in UK charts
[London 905]
written by Mick Jagger & Keith Richards
28.
01/1967
120

7
US




[Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs #63]
[Atco 6459]
written by Stephen Stills
29.
07/1967
119

10
US


37
UK
as The Young Rascals
written by Felix Cavaliere & Eddie Brigati
Let's Spend the Night Together
30.
01/1967
118

55
US


3
UK
charted as Let's Spend The Night Together / Ruby Tuesday in UK charts
[London 904]
written by Mick Jagger & Keith Richards
Heroes and Villains
31.
08/1967
117

12
US


8
UK
[Brother 1001]
written by Brian Wilson & Van Dyke Parks
Purple Haze
32.
03/1967
117

65
US


3
UK
[Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs #17]
[Reprise 0597]
written by Jimi Hendrix
Somebody to Love
33.
04/1967
109

5
US




[Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs #274]
[RCA 9140]
written by Darby Slick
34.
07/1967
108

10
US




[Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs #109]
[Bang 545]
written by Van Morrison
Darlin'
35.
12/1967
100

19
US


11
UK
written by Brian Wilson & Mike Love
Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon
36.
04/1967
99

10
US




[Bang 542]
written by Neil Diamond
New York Mining Disaster 1941
37.
04/1967
98

14
US


12
UK
[Atco 6487]
written by Barry Gibb & Robin Gibb
Then I Kissed Her
38.
05/1967
96





4
UK
White Rabbit
39.
06/1967
89

8
US


55
UK
[Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs #478]
[RCA 9248]
written by Grace Slick
See Emily Play
40.
06/1967
82

134
US


6
UK
[Tower 356]
written by Syd Barrett
The Wind Cries Mary
41.
05/1967
80





6
UK
[Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs #370]

written by Jimi Hendrix
I'm Gonna Get Me a Gun
42.
04/1967
80





6
UK
[Deram 85006]
written by Cat Stevens
Tin Soldier
43.
12/1967
72

73
US


9
UK
World
44.
11/1967
63





9
UK
45.
07/1967
60

17
US


41
UK
[Atco 6503]
written by Barry Gibb & Robin Gibb
46.
01/1967
59

16
US
33
R&B


as The Young Rascals
[Atlantic 2377]
written by Felix Cavaliere
47.
09/1967
58

12
US




48.
01/1967
57

15
US




written by Michael Brown (as Mike Brown)
49.
07/1967
57

13
US




[Bang 547]
written by Neil Diamond
50.
10/1967
54

17
US




[Atco 6510]
written by Kenny O'Dell (as Kenneth Gist Jr.)
At the Zoo
51.
03/1967
53

16
US




[Columbia 44046]
written by Paul Simon
52.
12/1967
51

15
US




as Eric Burdon and the Animals
[MGM 13868]
written by Eric Burdon, Vic Briggs, John Weider, Barry Jenkins & Danny McCulloch
Here Comes the Nice
53.
06/1967
50





12
UK
54.
11/1967
50

31
US


29
UK
[Capitol 2028]
written by Brian Wilson & Mike Love
Holiday
55.
09/1967
47

16
US




[Atco 6521]
written by Robin Gibb & Barry Gibb
56.
07/1967
47

67
US


18
UK
57.
01/1967
44

18
US




[Bang 540]
written by Neil Diamond
58.
12/1967
43

20
US




as The Young Rascals
written by Felix Cavaliere & Eddie Brigati
Strange Brew
59.
06/1967
42





17
UK
[Atco 6488]
written by Eric Clapton, Felix Pappalardi & Gail Collins
Don't Go Out into the Rain (You're Going to Melt)
60.
06/1967
42

18
US




[MGM 13761]
written by Kenny Young
61.
12/1967
41

103
US


19
UK

[Deram 85023]
written by Justin Hayward
62.
07/1967
40

23
US




[Columbia 44232]
written by Paul Simon
63.
08/1967
39

20
US




[Dunhill 4099]
written by John Phillips
Burning of the Midnight Lamp
64.
09/1967
37





18
UK
written by Jimi Hendrix
65.
11/1967
36

23
US




[Epic 10253]
written by Donovan
She's a Rainbow
66.
12/1967
36

25
US





[London 906]
written by Mick Jagger & Keith Richards
Arnold Layne
67.
04/1967
34





20
UK
[Tower 333]
written by Syd Barrett
68.
12/1967
33

25
US




69.
04/1967
33

27
US




[Reprise 0564]
written by Annette Tucker & JilI Jones
So You Want to Be a Rock & Roll Star
70.
01/1967
27

29
US




[Columbia 43987]
written by Roger McGuinn (as Jim McGuinn) & Chris Hillman
71.
04/1967
26

30
US




[Columbia 44054]
written by Bob Dylan
72.
07/1967
21

34
US




in the US, B-Side to All You Need Is Love
written by John Lennon & Paul McCartney
73.
08/1967
19

39
US




[MGM 13787]
written by Donovan (as Donovan Leitch)
74.
03/1967
17

39
US




[Colgems 1004]
written by Michael Nesmith (as Mike Nesmith)
75.
09/1967
15

44
US




written by Stephen Stills & David Crosby (uncredited)
The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil
76.
09/1967
15

42
US




[RCA 9297]
written by Paul Kantner
77.
12/1967
14

50
US




[Epic 10251]
written by Allan Clarke, Tony Hicks & Graham Nash
78.
02/1967
13

51
US




written by Jim Yester
79.
04/1967
13

51
US




[Epic 10156]
written by Harold Spiro & Phil Wainman
80.
07/1967
12

58
US




[Atco 6499]
written by Stephen Stills
81.
03/1967
12

56
US




[Cameo 467]
written by Sandy Linzer & Denny Randell
82.
07/1967
12





42
UK
written by Bill Martin & Phil Coulter (as Philip Coulter)
83.
12/1967
10

56
US




in the US, B-Side to Hello Goodbye
written by John Lennon & Paul McCartney
84.
12/1967
10





47
UK
written by Cat Stevens
85.
12/1967
10

61
US




[RCA 9389]
written by Paul Kantner
Foxy Lady
86.
12/1967
9

67
US




[Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs #152]
[Reprise 0641]
written by Jimi Hendrix
Have You Seen Her Face
87.
06/1967
8

74
US




[Columbia 44157]
written by Chris Hillman
Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat
88.
05/1967
7

81
US




charted as Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat / Most Likely You'll Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine) in US Hot 100 charts
[Columbia 44069]
written by Bob Dylan
89.
01/1967
6

87
US




B side to Nashville Cats
[Kama Sutra 219]
written by Steve Boone & John Sebastian
Goin' Back
90.
11/1967
6

89
US




[Columbia 44362]
written by Gerry Goffin & Carole King
91.
06/1967
4

98
US




[Cameo 479]
written by Joey Day & Allan Dischel
92.
09/1967
4

100
US




B side to Never My Love
written by Terry Kirkman
93.
02/1967
3

103
US




[RCA Victor 9063]
written by Skip Spence
94.
09/1967
3

110
US




95.
07/1967
2

115
US




[Liberty 55979]
written by traditional
96.
09/1967
2

118
US




written by Powell St. John
97.
11/1967
2

104
US




[Colgems 1012]
written by Michael Nesmith (as Mike Nesmith), Micky Dolenz, Davy Jones (as David Jones), Peter Tork & Diane Hilderbrand
98.
11/1967
2

107
US




[Bang 552]
written by Van Morrison
99.
07/1967
2

128
US




written by Nancie Mantz (as Nancy Mantz) & Annette Tucker
100.
01/1967
2

113
US




written by Jules Alexander

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