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agogobil

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Memories Are Made of This - Dino USA
Sixteen Pea Pickin' Tons - Ernie Ford UK
"Canada didn't start record keeping until 1957"
Yellow Rose of Texas - sing along with Mitch Miller Australia
Der Mond hält seine Wacht Germany
 

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Oh Mein Papa - Eddie Fisher
 

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"Reach Out I'll Be There" by The Four Tops
 

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Love is Here and Now You're Gone - Supremes.

its kind of an apropos title as I was born pretty soon right after my dad shipped off to Vietnam Nam.
 

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I'm sure it only goes back as far as recorded music. Records beyond that are a bit sketchy.
 

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In the US - "Autumn Leaves", Roger Williams
UK - "Hernando's Hideaway", Archie Bleyer
Australia & Canada - no records
Germany - "Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White", Pérez Prado & His Orchestra

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Wedding Bell Blues - 5th Dimension (U.S.)

Sugar Sugar - The Archies (U.K.)

:pukeright:

Please tell me again how much better music was back in the good old days then today. Ugh...
 

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U.S. - "I Get Around" The Beach Boys

U.K. - "It's Over" Roy Orbison

I happen to love both tunes and both artists. However, a second resource claims "Chapel of Love" by the Dixie Cups was #1 in the U.S. I'll stick with the Beach Boys.
 


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