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60s Chart Busters

60s Chartbusters is here to bring you the best 60s music 24/7 to your computer, smart phone and radio! Nothing would ever be the same again, the 1960's was the period of time which changed everything. The sixties decade was the most incredibly exciting, influential, inventive and vibrant period of popular music in the 20th century.

Track Artist
Walk On By Aretha Franklin
Quiet Nights Of Quiet Starts (corcovado) Andy Williams
The Loco Motion Little Eva
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God Only Knows Beach Boys
Just Loving You Anita Harris
Pack Up Your Sorrows Joan Baez
My Friend Jack Eats Sugarlumps Smoke, The
Yeh, Yeh Geogie Fame
Shoot Your Shot Jr Walker & The All Stars
No Milk Today Herman's Hermits
Stranger On The Shore Acker Bilk
You Ain't Livin' Till You're Lovin' Marvin Gaye - Tammi Terrell
Love Grows (where My Rosemary Goes) Lighthouse Edison
In Our Time Nancy Sinatra
Mack The Knife Bobby Darin
Dedicated Follower Of Fashion The Kinks
Am I That Easy To Forget Engelbert Humperdinck
See Jane R. Dean Taylor
Tomorrow's Gonna Be Another Da The Monkees
Easy To Be Hard Aquarian Age
Daydream The Lovin' Spoonful
If You Wait For Love Dave Berry
Security Otis Redding
Greenfields Brothers Four
Shake Baby Shake Champion Jack Dupree
I Love Paris Frank Sinatra
Don't Talk To Him Cliff Richard
Heartless Martha Reeves And The Vandellas
Stoppin In Las Vegas Chubby Checker
Bo Diddley Bo Diddley
Ebony Eyes The Everly Brothers
Jeff's Blues The Yardbirds
Wade In The Water Herb Alpert And The Tijuana Brass
Here Comes The Night Them
I Want You Back Jackson 5
You've Got Your Troubles Fortunes
Where Have All The Flowers Gone Kingston Trio
Mellow Yellow Donovan
First Of May Bee Gees
Norman Sue Thompson
Shake, Rattle & Roll Bill Haley & His Comets
Smokey Places Corsairs
Papa's Got A Brandnew Bag James Brown
Shake, Rattle And Roll Bill Haley And The Comets
Rubberneckin' Elvis Presley
Have You Ever Been Jimi Hendrickx - Jimi Hendrix
I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself Dusty Springfield
Chains Of Fools Aretha Franklin
98.6 Keith
You Only Live Twice Nancy Sinatra
I Shall Be Released Black Velvet
The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore The Walker Brothers
Sleepy Joe 160 Herman's Hermits
Walk On By
Aretha Franklin
(Bandits)

If you see me walking down the street
And I start to cry each time we meet
Walk on by, walk on by
Make believe
That you don't see the tears
Just let me grieve
In private 'cause each time I see you
I break down and cry
And walk on by (don't stop)
And walk on by (don't stop)
And walk on by

I just can't get over losing you
And so if I seem broken and blue
Walk on by, walk on by

Foolish pride
Is all that I have left
So let me hide
The tears and the sadness you gave me
When you said goodbye
Walk on by
And walk on by
And walk by (don't stop)

Walk on by, walk on by
Foolish pride
Is all that I have left
So let me hide
The tears and the sadness you gave me
When you said goodbye
Walk on by (don't stop)
And walk on by (don't stop)
And walk by (don't stop)