Liberty Records Singles

Liberty Records singles

  • Aces (song)
    "Aces" is a song written by Cheryl Wheeler, and recorded by American country music artist Suzy Bogguss. It was released in March 1992 as the third single and title track from her album Aces. The song reached number 9 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart in July 1992.
  • A Forever Kind of Love
    "A Forever Kind of Love" is a song written by Gerry Goffin and Jack Keller and performed by Bobby Vee. It reached #13 in the United Kingdom in 1962. It was featured on his 1962 album, A Bobby Vee Recording Session.
  • After Midnight (J. J. Cale song)
    "After Midnight" is a rock song by J. J. Cale, first released in 1966. Eric Clapton later covered it for his eponymous album, released in 1970. Clapton's rendition became a success, prompting Cale to re-record the song for Cale's 1972 album Naturally.
  • A Hundred Pounds of Clay
    "A Hundred Pounds Of Clay" is a song written by Kay Rogers, Luther Dixon, and Bob Elgin and performed by Gene McDaniels. The song reached #3 on the Billboard chart and #11 on the R&B chart in 1961. The song appeared on his 1961 album 100 Lbs. Of Clay! The song was produced by Snuff Garrett.
  • Ain't Goin' Down ('Til the Sun Comes Up) Ain't Goin' Down ('Til the Sun Comes Up)
    "Ain't Goin' Down" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Garth Brooks. It was released in July 1993 as the lead single from his album In Pieces. The song also appears on The Hits, The Limited Series, The Ultimate Hits, and Double Live.
  • All My Life (Kenny Rogers song) All My Life (Kenny Rogers song)
    "All My Life" is a song written by Dave Robbins, Jeff Silbar, and Van Stephenson, and recorded by American country music artist Kenny Rogers. It was released in April 1983 as the second single from the album We've Got Tonight. The song reached number 37 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in mid-1983.
  • A Love Song (Lee Greenwood song)
    "A Love Song" is a song written by Lee Greenwood and recorded by American country music artist Kenny Rogers. It was released in October 1982 as the second single from his album Love Will Turn You Around.
  • American Honky-Tonk Bar Association American Honky-Tonk Bar Association
    "American Honky-Tonk Bar Association" is a song written by Bryan Kennedy and Jim Rushing and recorded by American country music singer Garth Brooks. It was released in September 1993 as the second single from his album In Pieces.
  • Am I Blue? Am I Blue?
    "Am I Blue?" is a song written by Harry Akst and Grant Clarke in 1929, and was a big hit that year for Ethel Waters in the movie On with the Show. It has become a standard and has been covered by numerous artists.
  • Another Tear Falls
    "Another Tear Falls" is a song written by Burt Bacharach with lyrics by Hal David which was first a song for the American singer Gene McDaniels in 1962 for the British film It's Trad, Dad!.
  • Are You Happy Baby?
    "Are You Happy Baby?" is a song written by Bob Stone, and recorded by American country music artist Dottie West. It was released in December 1980 as the first single from the album Wild West. "Are You Happy Baby?" was Dottie West's second number one hit as a solo artist.
  • Batman! (Jan and Dean song)
  • B.D.D. B.D.D.
    B.D.D. is a hit single by British group The Groundhogs. Standing for "Blind, Deaf, Dumb" and taken from their 1969 Album "Blues Obituary", it was a commercial failure in the UK but made number one in Lebanon.
  • Between the Two of Them
    "Between the Two of Them" is a song originally recorded by Alabama on their 1992 album American Pride and later recorded by American country music artist Tanya Tucker. It was released in February 1995 as the first single from the album Fire to Fire.
  • Blaze of Glory (Kenny Rogers song) Blaze of Glory (Kenny Rogers song)
    "Blaze of Glory" is a song written by Danny Morrison, Johnny Slate, and Larry Keith, and recorded by American country music artist Kenny Rogers. It was released in November 1981 as the lead single from the album Share Your Love.
  • Boll Weevil (song)
    "Boll Weevil" is a traditional blues song, also known by similar titles such as "Boweavil" or "Boll Weevil Blues".
  • Cadillac Ranch (Chris LeDoux song)
    "Cadillac Ranch" is a song written by Chuck Jones and Chris Waters, and recorded by American country music artist Chris LeDoux. It was released in October 1992 as the second and final single from his album Whatcha Gonna Do with a Cowboy.
  • Callin' Baton Rouge Callin' Baton Rouge
    "Callin' Baton Rouge" is a country music song written by Dennis Linde.
  • Charms (song)
    "Charms" is a song written by Helen Miller and Howard Greenfield and performed by Bobby Vee featuring the Johnny Mann Singers. It reached #5 on the adult contemporary chart, #13 on the Billboard Hot 100, and #15 in Canada in 1963.
  • Chip Chip
    "Chip Chip" is a song written by Jeff Barry, Clifford Crawford, and Arthur Resnick and performed by Gene McDaniels. The song reached #10 on the Billboard chart in 1962. The song reached #2 in Australia.
  • C'mon Everybody C'mon Everybody
    "C'mon Everybody" is a 1958 song by Eddie Cochran and Jerry Capehart, originally released as a B-side. In 1959 it peaked in the UK at number six in the singles chart, and, thirty years later, in 1988, the track was re-issued there and became a number 14 hit.
  • Come Back When You Grow Up
    "Come Back When You Grow Up" is a song written by Martha Sharp and performed by Bobby Vee and The Strangers. The song was a comeback for the 24 year-old Vee, and it reached #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1967. The song appeared on his 1967 album, Come Back When You Grow Up.
  • Count Me In (Gary Lewis & the Playboys song)
    "Count Me In" is a song written by Glen Hardin and performed by Gary Lewis & the Playboys. It reached #2 on the Billboard Hot 100, #6 in Canada, and #49 in Australia in 1965. It was featured on their 1965 album, A Session with Gary Lewis and The Playboys.
  • Cowboy Band
    "Cowboy Band" is a song recorded by American country music artist Billy Dean. It was released in June 1994 as the first single from the album Men'll Be Boys. The song reached #24 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. The song was written by Jule Medders and Monty Powell.
  • Dance with the Wolves Dance with the Wolves
    "Dance with the Wolves" is one of Ukrainian singer Ruslana's singles, released in 2005.
  • Darned If I Don't (Danged If I Do) Darned If I Don't (Danged If I Do)
    "Darned If I Don't" is a song written by Dean Dillon and Ronnie Dunn, and recorded by American country music group Shenandoah. It was released in April 1995 as the second single from their album In the Vicinity of the Heart. It peaked at number 4 in the United States, and number 7 in Canada.
  • Dead Man's Curve (song) Dead Man's Curve (song)
    "Dead Man's Curve" is a 1964 hit song by Jan and Dean whose lyrics detail a teen street race gone awry. It reached number eight on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.
  • Disenchanted Disenchanted
    "Disenchanted" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Michael Martin Murphey. It was released in April 1984 as the third single from the album The Heart Never Lies.
  • Don't Break My Heart Again Don't Break My Heart Again
    "Don't Break My Heart Again" is a single by the English hard rock band Whitesnake. The song is taken from the band's fourth studio album Come an' Get It, and was written by the band's vocalist, founder and leader David Coverdale. The song peaked at number 17 on the UK Singles Chart.
  • Don't Count the Rainy Days Don't Count the Rainy Days
    "Don't Count the Rainy Days" is a song written by Victor Careaga and Wayland Holyfield, and recorded by American country music artist Michael Martin Murphey. It was released in August 1983 as the lead single from the album The Heart Never Lies.
  • Don't Give it Up
    "Don't Give it Up" is a 1981 song by English singer/songwriter Robbie Patton. As of 2016, it is Patton's first and only Top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot 100. "Don't Give it Up" reached #26 in the United States in 1981.
  • Don't Give It Up (Robbie Patton song)
    "Don't Give it Up" is a 1981 song by English singer/songwriter Robbie Patton. As of 2016, it is Patton's first and only Top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot 100. "Don't Give it Up" reached #26 in the United States in 1981.
  • Drag City (song)
    "Drag City" is a 1963 song by Jan and Dean, written by Jan Berry, Roger Christian, and Brian Wilson. It describes the narrator's trip to a drag racing strip and borrows heavily from an earlier Jan and Dean song "Surf City," also co-written by Berry and Wilson.
  • Dreamin' (Johnny Burnette song)
    "Dreamin'" is a song written by Barry De Vorzon and Ted Ellis and performed by Johnny Burnette. The song reached #5 on the UK Singles Chart and #11 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1960. The song appeared on his 1960 album, Dreamin.
  • Drive In Show
    "Drive In Show" is a song originally performed by Eddie Cochran and released on single by Liberty Records in July 1957. "Drive In Show" backed with "Am I Blue" rose to number 82 on the Billboard charts. It was recorded sometime between May and August 1957.
  • Drive South Drive South
    "Drive South" is a song written by John Hiatt, and recorded by him on his 1988 album Slow Turning. The song was later recorded by Kelly Willis on her 1990 debut album, Well Travelled Love. Neither versions were released as singles.
  • Find Out What's Happenin'
    "Find Out What's Happenin'" is a song recorded by American country music artist Tanya Tucker. It was released in May 1995 as the second single from the album Fire to Fire. The song reached #40 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. The song was written by Jerry Crutchfield.
  • Give Me a Ring Sometime (song) Give Me a Ring Sometime (song)
    "Give Me a Ring Sometime" is a song written by Sharon Anderson, Kris Bergsnes, and Bob Moulds. It was recorded by Canadian country music singer Lisa Brokop on her 1994 album, Every Little Girl's Dream, from which it was issued in 1995 as the album's first single.
  • God, Country and My Baby
    "God, Country and My Baby" is a song written by John Dolan and performed by Johnny Burnette. The song reached #18 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1961. The song appeared on his 1962 album, Johnny Burnette's Hits and Other Favorites.
  • God Must Be a Cowboy
    "God Must Be a Cowboy" is a song written and recorded by American country music artist Dan Seals. It was released in January 1984 as the fourth and final single from his album Rebel Heart. It was also his first top 10 hit, reaching #10. It is also the album's most successful single.
  • Going Up the Country Going Up the Country
    "Going Up the Country" is a song adapted and recorded by American blues rock band Canned Heat. Called a "rural hippie anthem", it became one of the band's biggest hits and best-known songs.
  • Golden Brown Golden Brown
    "Golden Brown" is a song by the English rock band the Stranglers. It was released as a 7" single in December 1981 in the United States and in January 1982 in the United Kingdom, on Liberty. It was the second single released from the band's sixth album La folie.
  • Green-Eyed Lady
    "Green-Eyed Lady" is a popular single by the 1970s rock band Sugarloaf. Written by band member Jerry Corbetta along with J.C. Phillips and David Riordan, the song was featured on the band's debut album, Sugarloaf, and was the band's first single.
  • Guilty of Love (Whitesnake song) Guilty of Love (Whitesnake song)
    "Guilty of Love" is a single by the English hard rock band Whitesnake, from their 1984 album Slide It In. The song peaked at number 31 on the UK singles charts.
  • Half a Man
    "Half a Man" is a song written by country music singer Willie Nelson. The song was released as the A-side of the single for his second Liberty Records album, Here's Willie Nelson.
  • Hallelujah I Love Her So Hallelujah I Love Her So
    "Hallelujah I Love Her So" is the debut single from American musician Ray Charles. The jazz and rhythm and blues song was written and released by Charles in 1956 on the Atlantic label, and in 1957 it was included on his self-titled debut LP, also released on Atlantic.
  • Hangin' In (song)
    "Hangin' In" is a song written by Steve Bogard and Rick Giles, and recorded by American country music artist Tanya Tucker. It was released in May 1994 as the third single from the album Soon. The song reached #4 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
  • Have I Told You Lately That I Love You? Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?
    "Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?" is a popular song written by Scotty Wiseman and published in 1945. It was the greatest hit of Wiseman and his wife and one of the first country music songs to attract major attention in the pop music field.
  • Heaven Bound (I'm Ready)
    "Heaven Bound" is a song written by Dennis Linde and originally recorded by the American country music group The Oak Ridge Boys on their 1991 album Unstoppable. It was released in August 1995 by American country music group Shenandoah as the third single from the album In the Vicinity of the Heart.
  • Heya (J.J. Light song)
    "Heya" was a 1969 international hit song by J.J. Light, stage name for Navajo singer Jim Stallings, who played bass on several Sir Douglas Quintet albums. "Heya", with B-side "On the Road Now", was released in Germany as Liberty catalog number 56111.
  • Hey Cinderella Hey Cinderella
    "Hey Cinderella" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Suzy Bogguss. It was released in November 1993 as the second single from her album Something Up My Sleeve. The song reached number 5 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart in February 1994.
  • Honolulu Lulu
    "Honolulu Lulu" is a song written by Jan Berry and Roger Christian, and Lou Adler for the American rock band Jan and Dean. It was the second hit single from their 1963 album Surf City And Other Swingin' Cities charting at number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100.
  • House at Pooh Corner (song) House at Pooh Corner (song)
    "House at Pooh Corner" is a song written by Kenny Loggins, based on the popular children's book of the same name.
  • How Many Tears
    "How Many Tears" is a song written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King and performed by Bobby Vee featuring The Johnny Mann Singers. The song reached #10 in the UK, #43 in Canada, and #63 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1961. It was featured on his 1962 album, Bobby Vee's Golden Greats.
  • I Can See Arkansas
    "I Can See Arkansas" is a song recorded by Canadian country music artist Anne Murray. It was released in 1992 as the third single from her album Yes I Do. It peaked at number 9 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in July 1992.
  • I Don't Need You I Don't Need You
    "I Don't Need You" is a song written by Rick Christian and recorded by American country music artist Kenny Rogers. It was released in June 1981 as the lead single from Rogers album Share Your Love.
  • I Feel Something in the Air I Feel Something in the Air
    "I Feel Something in the Air" is a song written and produced by Sonny Bono that was released as the second single from Cher's third album Cher in 1966.
  • If I Had Any Pride Left at All
    "If I Had Any Pride Left at All" is a song written by John Greenebaum, Troy Seals and Eddie Setser, and recorded by American country music artist John Berry. It was released in October 1995 as the third single from the album Standing on the Edge.
  • I Found a Girl (Jan and Dean song)
    "I Found a Girl" is a song written by P.F. Sloan and Steve Barri, and recorded by 1960s American pop singers, Jan and Dean. "I Found a Girl" reached up to number 30 on the US Billboard Hot 100 in November 1965. The song was a much bigger hit in Canada, where it reached number two.
  • I Found a Girl (Jan & Dean song)
    "I Found a Girl" is a song written by P.F. Sloan and Steve Barri, and recorded by 1960s American pop singers, Jan and Dean. "I Found a Girl" reached up to number 30 on the US Billboard Hot 100 in November 1965. The song was a much bigger hit in Canada, where it reached number two.
  • If Your Heart Ain't Busy Tonight
    "If Your Heart Ain't Busy Tonight" is a song written by Tom Shapiro and Chris Waters, and recorded by American country music artist Tanya Tucker.
  • (I'm Gonna) Put You Back on the Rack
    " Put You Back on the Rack" is a song written by Randy Goodrum and Brent Maher, and recorded by American country music artist Dottie West. The song peaked at number 16 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. It was released in June 1981 as the third and final single from West's album Wild West.
  • I Miss You Already (And You're Not Even Gone)
    "I Miss You Already" is a song recorded by American country music artist Faron Young. It was released in February 1957 as a single only. The song reached #5 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
  • I'm Not Built That Way
    "I'm Not Built That Way" is a song written by Don Pfrimmer and George Teren, and recorded by American country music artist Billy Dean. It was released in August 1993 as the third single from the album Fire in the Dark. The song reached #34 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
  • I'm the Urban Spaceman
    "I'm the Urban Spaceman" was the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band's most successful single, released in 1968. It reached #5 in the UK charts. The song was written by Neil Innes and produced by Paul McCartney and Gus Dudgeon under the pseudonym "Apollo C. Vermouth". The B-side was written by Vivian Stanshall.
  • I Think About It All the Time
    "I Think About It All the Time" is a song written by Billy Livsey and Don Schlitz, and recorded by American country music artist John Berry. It was released in June 1995 as the second single from the album Standing on the Edge.
  • It Must Be Him (song) It Must Be Him (song)
    "It Must Be Him" is a popular song with music written by Gilbert Bécaud, originally with French lyrics by Maurice Vidalin.
  • It's a Little Too Late (Tanya Tucker song)
    "It's a Little Too Late" is a song written by Roger Murrah and Pat Terry, and recorded by American country music singer Tanya Tucker. It was released in January 1993 as the second single from her album Can't Run from Yourself. It peaked at number 2 on the Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
  • It's High Time
    "It's High Time" is a song written by Randy Goodrum and Brent Maher, and recorded by American country music artist Dottie West. It was released in October 1981 as the second single from the album High Time.
  • I Wanna Take Care of You I Wanna Take Care of You
    "I Wanna Take Care of You" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Billy Dean. It was released in March 1993 as the second single from Dean's album Fire in the Dark.
  • Jeannie Jeannie Jeannie Jeannie Jeannie Jeannie
    "Jeannie Jeannie Jeannie" is a song by Eddie Cochran recorded and released as a single in January 1958 on Liberty Records 55123. It was a minor hit for Cochran and stalled at number 94 on the Billboard charts.
  • Just Like the Weather
    "Just Like the Weather" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Suzy Bogguss. It was released in July 1993 as the first single from her album Something Up My Sleeve. The song reached number 5 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart in November 1993.
  • Kiss Me in the Car
    "Kiss Me in the Car" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist John Berry. It was released in September 1993 as the second single from the album John Berry. The song reached #22 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
  • Lady (Kenny Rogers song)
    "Lady" is a song written by Lionel Richie and first recorded by American country artist Kenny Rogers. It was released in September 1980 on the album Kenny Rogers' Greatest Hits.
  • La Folie (song)
    "La Folie" is a 1981 song by The Stranglers. The title track from La Folie, it was released as the follow up to "Golden Brown" in April 1982, and peaked at number 47 in the UK Singles Chart.
  • Learning to Live Again Learning to Live Again
    "Learning to Live Again" is a song written by Don Schlitz and Stephanie Davis, and recorded by American country music singer Garth Brooks. It was released in January 1993 as the third single from his album, The Chase and his sixteenth overall.
  • Let Me Introduce You to the Family
    "Let Me Introduce You to the Family" is a 1981 song by English rock band The Stranglers. The first single released from La Folie, it peaked at number 42 in the UK Singles Chart.
  • Letting Go (Suzy Bogguss song) Letting Go (Suzy Bogguss song)
    "Letting Go" is a song written by Doug Crider and Matt Rollings, and recorded by American country music artist Suzy Bogguss. It was released in July 1992 as the fourth single from her album Aces. The song reached number 6 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart in October 1992.
  • Lipstick Promises Lipstick Promises
    "Lipstick Promises" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist George Ducas. It was released in November 1994 as the third single from his debut album George Ducas. The song reached number 9 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart in April 1995.
  • Little Boy Sad
    "Little Boy Sad" is a song written by Wayne Walker and performed by Johnny Burnette. The song reached #12 on the UK Singles Chart and #17 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1961. The song appeared on his 1961 album, Johnny Burnette Sings.
  • Lonely (Sharon Sheeley song)
    "Lonely" is a song written by Sharon Sheeley and recorded by Eddie Cochran. It was recorded in May 1958 and released posthumously as a single on Liberty F-55278 in August 1960. In the UK the single rose to number 41 on the charts. The U.S. release did not chart.
  • Love Affairs
    "Love Affairs" is a song written and recorded by American country music artist Michael Martin Murphey. It was released in March 1983 as the fifth and final single from the album Michael Martin Murphey.
  • Love Again (Eddie Cochran song)
    Never to Be Forgotten is the third album by Eddie Cochran and the second album posthumously released in the US after Cochran's death in 1960.
  • Love Ain't No Stranger Love Ain't No Stranger
    "Love Ain't No Stranger" is a power ballad by the English hard rock band Whitesnake, and is taken from the band's US-breakthrough album Slide It In. The song charted at number 44 on the UK Singles Chart and 34 on the US Mainstream rock charts The song starts with keyboardist Jon Lords keyboards...
  • Love the World Away
    "Love the World Away" is a song written by Bob Morrison and Johnny Wilson, and recorded by American country music artist Kenny Rogers. It was released in June 1980 as the second single from the Urban Cowboy soundtrack.
  • Love Will Turn You Around (song) Love Will Turn You Around (song)
    "Love Will Turn You Around" is a song performed and co-written by American country music singer Kenny Rogers. It was released in June 1982 as the first single and title track from Rogers' album of the same name. It is also the theme song to Rogers' 1982 film Six Pack.
  • Mr. Bojangles (song) Mr. Bojangles (song)
    "Mr. Bojangles" is a song written and originally recorded by American country music artist Jerry Jeff Walker for his 1968 album of the same title.
  • My Heart's Symphony
    "My Heart's Symphony" is a song written by Glen Hardin and performed by Gary Lewis & the Playboys. It reached #13 on the Billboard Hot 100, #31 in Canada, #36 in the United Kingdom, and #98 in Australia in 1966. It was featured on their 1966 album, Paint Me a Picture.
  • My Way (Eddie Cochran song)
    "My Way" is a song co-written and recorded by Eddie Cochran. It was recorded in January 1959 and released posthumously as a single on Liberty Records in April 1963. In the UK the single reached number 23 on the charts.
  • Needles and Pins (song) Needles and Pins (song)
    "Needles and Pins" is a song written by Jack Nitzsche and Sonny Bono. In his autobiography, Bono states that he sang along with Nitzsche's guitar-playing, thus creating both the tune and the lyrics, being guided by the chord progressions.
  • Old Rivers
    "Old Rivers" is a country music song written by Cliff Crofford which tells the story of a man recalling a childhood friendship with an elderly farmer. The song was most famously recorded as a recitation by actor and recording artist Walter Brennan.
  • One Night a Day One Night a Day
    "One Night a Day" is a song recorded by American country music artist Garth Brooks. It was released in May 1994 as the fourth single from his album In Pieces and also appears on The Limited Series. A live version of the song appears on The Road album in Brooks' 2016 box set, The Ultimate Collection.
  • On the Road Again (Canned Heat song) On the Road Again (Canned Heat song)
    "On the Road Again" is a song recorded by the American blues-rock group Canned Heat in 1967. A driving blues-rock boogie, it was adapted from earlier blues songs and includes mid-1960s psychedelic rock elements.
  • Outbound Plane
    "Outbound Plane" is a song written by American country music artists Nanci Griffith and Tom Russell. It was released on Griffith's 1988 album Little Love Affairs. Suzy Bogguss covered the song as the opening track and the second single from her 1991 album Aces.
  • Paint It Black
    "Paint It Black" is a song by the English rock band the Rolling Stones. Jointly credited to songwriting partnership of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, it was first released as a single on 6 May 1966 and was later included as the opening track to the US version of their 1966 album, Aftermath.
  • Papa Loved Mama Papa Loved Mama
    "Papa Loved Mama" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Garth Brooks. It was released in February 1992 as the fourth single from his album Ropin' the Wind and also appears on The Hits, The Limited Series, Double Live, and The Ultimate Hits.
  • Please Don't Ask About Barbara
    "Please Don't Ask About Barbara" is a song written by Bill Buchanan and Jack Keller and performed by Bobby Vee. It reached #15 on the Billboard Hot 100, #18 in Canada, and #29 in the UK in 1962. It was featured on his 1962 album, A Bobby Vee Recording Session.
  • Popsicle (song)
    "Popsicle" is a song written by Buzz Cason, and Bobby Russell for the American rock band Jan & Dean. The song was originally released on their 1963 album, Drag City.
  • Proud Mary Proud Mary
    "Proud Mary" is a rock song written by John Fogerty and first recorded by his band Creedence Clearwater Revival. The song was released by Fantasy Records as a single from the band's second studio album, Bayou Country, which was released by the same record company in January 1969.
  • Punish Her
    "Punish Her" is a song written by Neval Nader and John Gluck and performed by Bobby Vee featuring The Johnny Mann Singers. It reached #20 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #32 in Canada in 1962. It was featured on his 1962 album, Bobby Vee's Golden Greats.
  • Radio Land
    "Radio Land" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Michael Martin Murphey. It was released in August 1984 as the fourth single from The Heart Never Lies. The song reached #19 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
  • Rodeo (Garth Brooks song)
    "Rodeo" is a song written by Larry Bastian, and recorded by American country music artist Garth Brooks. It was released in August 1991 as the first single from his album Ropin' the Wind. It peaked at number three on the U.S. country chart but reached number-one on the Canadian country chart.
  • Rollin' Nowhere
    "Rollin' Nowhere" is a song written and recorded by American country music artist Michael Martin Murphey. It was released in May 1986 as the second single from the album Tonight We Ride.
  • Rubber Ball
    "Rubber Ball" was an early 1961 hit for Bobby Vee on Liberty Records. It was the record which made Vee an international star. The song was recorded on August 12, 1960, in a four-song, three-hour session at United in Hollywood.
  • Run to Him
    "Run to Him" is a song written by Gerry Goffin and Jack Keller and performed by Bobby Vee featuring the Johnny Mann Singers. It reached #2 on the Billboard Hot 100, #4 in Canada, and #6 in the UK in 1961. Produced by Snuff Garrett, it was featured on Vee's 1962 album, Take Good Care of My Baby.
  • Santa Looked a Lot Like Daddy
    "Santa Looked a Lot Like Daddy" is a Christmas song co-written and recorded by Buck Owens. After its recording in 1965, the song has been covered by several country music artists, including Garth Brooks, Travis Tritt, and Brad Paisley.
  • Scarlet Fever (song) Scarlet Fever (song)
    "Scarlet Fever" is a song written by Mike Dekle, and recorded by American country music artist Kenny Rogers. It was released in June 1983 as the third single from the album We've Got Tonight. The song reached number 94 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in mid-1983.
  • Shameless (song) Shameless (song)
    "Shameless" is a song written by American singer Billy Joel and recorded on his 1989 album Storm Front. His version peaked at #40 on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks charts. Two years later, the song was covered by country music artist Garth Brooks on his third studio album, 1991's Ropin' the Wind.
  • Share Your Love with Me Share Your Love with Me
    "Share Your Love with Me" is a song written by Alfred Braggs and Deadric Malone. It was originally recorded by blues singer Bobby "Blue" Bland.
  • Sharing You
    "Sharing You" is a song written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King and performed by Bobby Vee featuring The Johnny Mann Singers. It reached #10 in the UK, #15 on the Billboard Hot 100, #20 in Canada in 1962. It was featured on his 1962 album, A Bobby Vee Recording Session.
  • Sidewalk Surfin'
    "Sidewalk Surfin'" is a song whose music was composed by Brian Wilson and whose lyrics were written by Roger Christian, which was recorded by 1960s American pop singers, Jan and Dean.
  • Sittin' in the Balcony Sittin' in the Balcony
    "Sittin' in the Balcony" is a song written and performed by John D. Loudermilk under his artist name Johnny Dee. It was released in January 1957 on the Colonial Records label. Eddie Cochran had a Top 40 hit in the U.S. with his recording on Liberty Records in 1957.
  • Someday Soon (Ian Tyson song)
    "Someday Soon" is a song composed by Canadian singer/songwriter Ian Tyson. He recorded the song with his wife, Sylvia Tyson, as the duo Ian & Sylvia in 1964.
  • Some Kind of Trouble (song)
    "Some Kind of Trouble" is a song written by Mike Reid, Brent Maher and Don Potter, and recorded by American country music artist Tanya Tucker.
  • Somethin' Else (song) Somethin' Else (song)
    "Somethin' Else" is a song by the rockabilly musician Eddie Cochran, co-written by his girlfriend Sharon Sheeley and his elder brother Bob Cochran, and released in 1959.
  • Somewhere in the Vicinity of the Heart
    "Somewhere in the Vicinity of the Heart" is a song written by Bill LaBounty and Rick Chudacoff, and recorded by American country music band Shenandoah with a guest vocal from bluegrass singer Alison Krauss.
  • Somewhere Other Than the Night Somewhere Other Than the Night
    "Somewhere Other Than the Night" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music singer Garth Brooks that reached the top of the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart, returning him to the top ten after his previous single "We Shall Be Free" became his first release to stall...
  • Soon (Tanya Tucker song) Soon (Tanya Tucker song)
    "Soon" is a song written by Bob Regan and Casey Kelly, and recorded by American country music artist Tanya Tucker. It was released in October 1993 as the first single and title track from the album Soon. The song reached #2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
  • Spectre of Love Spectre of Love
    "Spectre of Love" is the title of The Stranglers song released in September 2006. It was released as a single on CD and bright green-colored vinyl on 11 September that year. The song is also the second track of the band's album, Suite XVI, which released a week later.
  • Standing on the Edge of Goodbye
    "Standing on the Edge of Goodbye" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist John Berry. It was released in February 1995 as the first single from the album Standing on the Edge. The song reached number 2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
  • Standing Outside the Fire Standing Outside the Fire
    "Standing Outside the Fire" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Garth Brooks. It was released in December 1993 as the third single from his album In Pieces. The song also appears on The Hits, The Limited Series, Double Live, and The Ultimate Hits.
  • Still Taking Chances
    "Still Taking Chances" is a song written and recorded by American country music artist Michael Martin Murphey. It was released in November 1982 as the fourth single from the album Michael Martin Murphey.
  • Strange Little Girl Strange Little Girl
    "Strange Little Girl" by the Stranglers was released in the UK in 1982 as their last single while signed to Liberty Records.
  • Sugar and Spice (The Searchers song)
    "Sugar and Spice" is a 1963 song by Merseybeat band The Searchers written by Tony Hatch under the pseudonym Fred Nightingale. It made number two on the UK charts and number 44 in the USA charts.
  • Summertime Blues Summertime Blues
    "Summertime Blues" is a song co-written and recorded by American rockabilly artist Eddie Cochran. It was written by Cochran and his manager Jerry Capehart.
  • Surf City (song) Surf City (song)
    "Surf City" is a song written by Brian Wilson and Jan Berry about a fictitious surf spot where there are "two girls for every boy." It was first recorded and made popular by the American duo Jan and Dean in 1963, and their single became the first surf song to become a national number-one hit.
  • Sweetie Pie (Eddie Cochran song)
    "Sweetie Pie" is a song written by Eddie Cochran, Jerry Capehart, and Johnny Russell and recorded by Eddie Cochran. It was recorded in 1957 and released posthumously as a single on Liberty F-55278 in August 1960. In the UK the single rose to number 38 on the charts. The U.S. release did not chart.
  • Take Good Care of My Baby
    "Take Good Care of My Baby" is a song written by Carole King and Gerry Goffin. The song was made famous by Bobby Vee, when it was released in 1961.
  • Teardrops (George Ducas song)
    "Teardrops" is a debut song co-written and recorded by American country music artist George Ducas. It was released in September 1994 as the first single from the album George Ducas. The song reached #38 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
  • Teenage Heaven Teenage Heaven
    "Teenage Heaven" is a 1959 song by Eddie Cochran and Jerry Capehart. It was the A-side of Liberty F-55177 and was featured in the movie Go, Johnny Go! The single rose to number 99 on the Billboard charts. The B-side "I Remember" was also recorded and filmed for the movie but was left out.
  • Tell Him (Bert Berns song) Tell Him (Bert Berns song)
    "Tell Him," originally written and composed as "Tell Her," is a 1962 song that was written and composed by Bert Berns, who, when he did so, used the pen name of Bert Russell, and which was popularized through its recording by the Exciters.
  • Tell Me About It
    "Tell Me About It" is a song written Bill LaBounty and Pat McLaughlin, and recorded by American country music artist Tanya Tucker and singer-songwriter Delbert McClinton as a duet. It was released in April 1993 as the third single from the album Can't Run from Yourself.
  • That Summer (song) That Summer (song)
    "That Summer" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Garth Brooks. It was released in April 1993 as the fourth single from his album The Chase and also appears on The Hits, The Ultimate Hits, The Limited Series and Double Live.
  • The Bird on My Head
    "The Bird on My Head" is a 1958 novelty song by Ross Bagdasarian Sr.
  • The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late) The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late)
    "The Chipmunk Song" is a novelty Christmas song written by Ross Bagdasarian Sr. in 1958. Although it was written and sung by Bagdasarian, the singing credits are given to The Chipmunks, a fictitious singing group consisting of three chipmunks by the names of Alvin, Simon and Theodore.
  • The Little Old Lady (from Pasadena)
    "The Little Old Lady" is a song written by Don Altfeld, Jan Berry and Roger Christian, and recorded by 1960s American pop singers, Jan and Dean. The song reached number three on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1964 and number one on Canada's RPM chart.
  • The Mountain's High
    "The Mountain's High" is a 1961 hit R&B song written and performed by the California duo Dick and Dee Dee. It featured Dick St. John Gosting's overdubbed falsetto and Dee Dee Phelps's harmony. Produced by the Wilder Brothers and Don Ralke, it was released as the B-side of "I Want Someone".
  • The New Girl in School
    "The New Girl in School" is a song written by Jan Berry, Roger Christian, Brian Wilson, and Bob Norberg for the American rock duet Jan & Dean. It was the B-side of their hit single "Dead Man's Curve". Both songs were released on their album Dead Man's Curve / The New Girl In School.
  • The Night Has a Thousand Eyes (song)
    "The Night Has a Thousand Eyes" is a song written by Benjamin Weisman, Dorothy Wayne, and Marilyn Garrett. It became a popular hit in 1962 for Bobby Vee. The song has had several cover versions over the years.
  • The Part Where I Cry
    "The Part Where I Cry" is a song written by country music singer Willie Nelson. After moving to Nashville in 1960, leveraged by the success of his songwriting, and helped by Harlan Howard, Nelson was signed by Joe Allison of Liberty Records.
  • The Red Strokes The Red Strokes
    "The Red Strokes" is a single by country music artist Garth Brooks from his album, In Pieces. While only charting on the country charts in the U.S. and Canada as an album cut, it became one of his most popular songs in the United Kingdom, peaking at #13.
  • The River (Garth Brooks song) The River (Garth Brooks song)
    "The River" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music singer Garth Brooks. It was released in April 1992 as the fifth and final single from his album Ropin' the Wind, and in late 1991 it became his ninth Number One hit on the Billboard country charts.
  • Three Steps to Heaven (song) Three Steps to Heaven (song)
    "Three Steps to Heaven" is a song co-written and recorded by Eddie Cochran, released in 1960. The record became a posthumous UK number-one hit for Cochran following his death in a car accident in April 1960. In the US it did not reach the Billboard Hot 100.
  • Through the Years (Kenny Rogers song)
    "Through the Years" is a song written by Steve Dorff and Marty Panzer, and recorded by American country music artist Kenny Rogers. It was released in January 1982 as the fourth single from the album Share Your Love.
  • To Each His Own (Jay Livingston and Ray Evans song)
    "To Each His Own" is a popular song with music written by Jay Livingston and lyrics by Ray Evans. The song was published in 1946.
  • Together Again (Buck Owens song)
    "Together Again" is a 1964 song by United States country singer and guitarist Buck Owens.
  • Too Much (Pirates of the Mississippi song)
    "Too Much" is a song recorded by American country group Pirates of the Mississippi. It was released in June 1992 as the third single from the album Walk the Plank. The song reached #36 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. The song was written by Lee Roy Parnell and Guy Clark.
  • Touch Me (Willie Nelson song)
    "Touch Me" is a song written by country music singer Willie Nelson. Leveraged by the success of his songs, Nelson moved to Nashville in 1960. Through songwriter Harlan Howard, Nelson was signed to write for Pamper Music, and to a recording contract with Liberty Records.
  • Tower of Strength (Gene McDaniels song)
    "Tower of Strength" is a song written by Burt Bacharach and Bob Hilliard and performed by Gene McDaniels. The song reached No. 5 on both the US Billboard chart and the R&B chart in 1961. It appeared on his 1961 album, Tower of Strength.
  • True Believer (Ronnie Milsap song)
    True Believer is the twenty-first studio album by country music artist Ronnie Milsap. It was released in 1993 his first for Liberty Records. The album produced two singles, the title track, which peaked at #30 on country charts and "I'm Playing for You," which did not chart.
  • Tryin' to Hide a Fire in the Dark Tryin' to Hide a Fire in the Dark
    "Tryin' to Hide a Fire in the Dark" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Billy Dean. It was released in November 1992 as the first single from Dean's album Fire in the Dark.
  • Twenty Flight Rock Twenty Flight Rock
    "Twenty Flight Rock" is a song originally performed by Eddie Cochran in the 1956 film comedy The Girl Can't Help It, and released as a single in 1957. The song was published in 1957 as written by Ned Fairchild and Eddie Cochran by American Music Incorporated and Campbell, Connelly and Company.
  • Two Sparrows in a Hurricane
    "Two Sparrows in a Hurricane" is a song written by Mark Alan Springer and recorded by American country music artist Tanya Tucker. It was released in September 1992 as the first single from the album Can't Run from Yourself.
  • Wake Me When It's Over (Willie Nelson song)
    "Wake Me When It's Over" is a song written by country music singer Willie Nelson. After being signed as a recording artist to Liberty Records in 1961, the song was recorded during his second session with the label in September 1961 at Radio Recorders.
  • We Don't Have to Do This
    "We Don't Have to Do This" is a song written by Gary Burr and Victoria Shaw, and recorded by American country music artist Tanya Tucker. It was released in January 1994 as the second single from her album Soon.
  • Weekend (Eddie Cochran song)
    "Weekend" is a song recorded by Eddie Cochran. The song was written by Bill and Doree Post and recorded in April 1959.
  • We Just Disagree
    "We Just Disagree" is a song recorded by English singer-guitarist Dave Mason, written by Jim Krueger.
  • We Shall Be Free We Shall Be Free
    "We Shall Be Free" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Garth Brooks. It was released in August 1992 as the first single from his album The Chase and also appears on The Hits, The Limited Series, Double Live, and The Ultimate Hits.
  • We've Got Tonite
    "We've Got Tonite" is a song written by American Bob Seger, from his 1978 album Stranger in Town. It was a hit single for Seger and the Silver Bullet Band, reaching No. 13 on the US pop charts.
  • What Are We Doin' in Love What Are We Doin' in Love
    "What Are We Doin' in Love" is a song written by Randy Goodrum and recorded by American country music artist Dottie West with the uncredited vocals of Kenny Rogers. It was released in March 1981 as the second single from the album Wild West.
  • Whatcha Gonna Do with a Cowboy (song)
    "Whatcha Gonna Do with a Cowboy" is a song written by Garth Brooks and Mark D. Sanders, and recorded by American country music artist Chris LeDoux with Garth Brooks. It was released in July 1992 as the first single from his album Whatcha Gonna Do with a Cowboy.
  • What's Forever For What's Forever For
    "What's Forever For" is a song written by Rafe VanHoy and first recorded by England Dan & John Ford Coley on their 1978 album Dr. Heckle and Mr. Jive.
  • What She's Doing Now What She's Doing Now
    "What She's Doing Now" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music singer Garth Brooks. It was released in December 1991 as the third single from his album Ropin' the Wind. It spent four weeks at the top of the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
  • What She Wants What She Wants
    "What She Wants" is a song written by Renee Armand and Kerry Chater and recorded by American country music artist Michael Martin Murphey. It was released in November 1984 as the lead single from the compilation album, The Best of Michael Martin Murphey.
  • What's in It for Me What's in It for Me
    "What's in It for Me" is a song written by Gary Burr and John Jarrard, and recorded by American country music artist John Berry. It was released in June 1994 as the fourth single from the album John Berry.
  • When You Walk in the Room When You Walk in the Room
    "When You Walk in the Room" is a song written and recorded by Jackie DeShannon, first released by her in 1963 but covered by many artists.
  • Willingly
    "Willingly" is a duet by country music singer Willie Nelson and Shirley Collie, produced by Joe Allison during Nelson's third session for Liberty Records. Released in March 1962, the album reached number ten on Billboard's Hot Country Singles.
  • Will It Be Love by Morning Will It Be Love by Morning
    "Will It Be Love by Morning" is a song written by Lewis Anderson and Fred Koller, and recorded by American country music artist Michael Martin Murphey. It was released in January 1984 as the second single from the album The Heart Never Lies.
  • Witch Doctor (song) Witch Doctor (song)
    "Witch Doctor" is a song performed by Ross Bagdasarian Sr., and released in 1958 by Liberty Records under the stage name David Seville.
  • With Pen in Hand
    "With Pen in Hand" is a song written by Bobby Goldsboro, which was a hit for several artists in the late 1960s and the 1970s.
  • Wunder gibt es immer wieder Wunder gibt es immer wieder
    "Wunder gibt es immer wieder" was the German entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1970, performed in German by Katja Ebstein.
  • You and Only You You and Only You
    "You and Only You" is a song written by J.D. Martin and Chuck Jones, and recorded by American country music artist John Berry. It was released in October 1994 as the fifth single from the album John Berry.
  • You Just Watch Me
    "You Just Watch Me" is a song written by Bob Regan and Rick Giles. It was originally recorded by Libby Hurley for Epic Records in 1987. Her version went to number 43 on Hot Country Songs.
  • You're Sixteen You're Sixteen
    "You're Sixteen" is a song written by the Sherman Brothers. It was first performed by American rockabilly singer Johnny Burnette, whose version peaked at number eight on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in December 1960 and number 3 in the U.K. in 1961.
  • Your Love Amazes Me
    "Your Love Amazes Me" is a song written by Amanda Hunt-Taylor and Chuck Jones, and recorded by American country music singer John Berry. It was released in January 1994 as the third single from the album John Berry. It is his only Number One single on the Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.

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