The nice things was that it had quit snowing by January 29, 1967.
TAX MAN-- Beatles
TOMORROW NEVER KNOWS-- Beatles
GOOD THING-- Paul Revere & the Raiders
HOW DO YOU CATCH A GIRL-- Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs
FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH-- Buffalo Springfield (You know, that group with Stephen and Neil.)
SIT DOWN I THINK I LOVE YOU-- Buffalo Springfield
RUBY TUESDAY-- Rolling Stones
I'VE PASSED THIS WAY BEFORE-- Jimmy Ruffin (Probably one of the best-ever soul songs in my humble opinion. When I listen to it, it tends to be for many times.)
I THINK WE'RE ALONE NOW-- Tommy James & the Shondells
PUSHIN' TOO HARD-- Seeds
LOVIN' YOU-- Lovin' Spoonful (This was oh the WLS charts by Bobby Darrin.)
HELLO HELLO-- Sopwith Camel
(WE AIN'T GOT) NOTHIN' YET-- Blues Magoos (As good as psychedelic rock gets.)
TOBACCO ROAD-- Blues Magoos
LOOK OUT HERE COMES TOMORROW-- Monkees (For some reason these guys were really HOT back then.)
Name That Tune (from the above songs): "Children Behave, That's What They Say When We're Together." Answer Below)-- RoadDog
YOU'RE DRINKING TOO MUCH COFFEE WHEN: Your eyes stay open when you sneeze.
"I Think We're Alone Now"
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