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“I Feel Fine,” The Beatles, The Number Ones, Capitol
“You’re So Vain,” Carly Simon, No Secrets, Elektra
“You Can’t Grow Peaches on a Cherry Tree,” The Browns, The Best of the Browns, Master Classics Records
“Forever Young,” Joan Baez, Joan Baez Greatest Hits, A&M
“Different Drum.” Michael Nesmith, And the Hits Just Keep Coming, Pacific Arts Corporation
“Drawn to the Rhythm,” Sarah McLachlan, Solace, Arista
“Long Time Gone,” Billy Joe Armstrong and Norah Jones, Foreverly, Reprise
“The Minute Waltz,” Barbra Streisand, Color Me Barbra, Columbia
“It Don’t Matter to Me,” Bread, Anthology of Bread, Rhino
“Journey’s End,” Clannad, Macalla, RCA Records
“We’ll Sing in the Sunshine,” Gale Garnett, Early Girl 7” Hits, Master Classics Records
“Rebel Rouser,” Duane Eddy, Rebel Rouser-Roots of Rock and Roll, Valmark
“A Summer Song,” Chad and Jeremy, A Summer Song, El Records
“Song of Long Ago,” Carole King, Tapestry, Ode/Epic/Legacy
“Song Sung Blue,” Neil Diamond, The Neil Diamond Collection, Geffen
“Just a Song Before I Go,” Crosby, Stills and Nash, CSN, Atlantic Records
“A Song That Never Comes,” Mama Cass Elliot, Mama’s Big Ones, Geffen
“Atheists Don’t Have No Songs,” Steve Martin and The Steep Canyon
Rangers, Rare Bird Alert, New Rounder
“Your Song,” Elton John, Elton John’s Greatest Hits, Universal Motown Records Group
“Old Fashioned Love Song,” Three Dog Night, Joy to the World, Three Dog Night,Their Greatest Hits,MCA
“The Last Song,” Edward Bear, Lost Hits of The 70's, Capitol
“Song for a Winter’s Night,” Gordon Lightfoot, The United Artists Collection, United Artists
“Sing, Sing, Sing (with a Swing),” Benny Goodman, The Swing Era, The Music of 1940-1941, Time Life Records

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