Anytime (1921 song) "Any Time" is a country song written by Herbert "Happy" Lawson. The song was published in 1921 and first recorded by Emmett Miller for OKeh Records in 1924. Accompanying himself on ukulele, Lawson recorded his own version for Gennett Records on July 31, 1925.
Ballin' the Jack "Ballin' the Jack" is a popular song from 1913, written by Jim Burris with music by Chris Smith. It introduced a popular dance of the same name with "Folks in Georgia's 'bout to go insane."
Crazy Horses "Crazy Horses" was a 1972 hit single by The Osmonds reaching number 14 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and number 2 in the UK Singles Chart. The song has since been covered by numerous other performers.
Down by the Lazy River "Down by the Lazy River" is a song written by Alan Osmond and Merrill Osmond and performed by The Osmonds. It was released on January 15, 1972. The song reached #4 on the Billboard Hot 100 on March 4, 1972, and spent two weeks at #3 on the Cash Box Top 100.
Goin' Home (The Osmonds song) "Goin' Home" is a song written by Alan Osmond, Merrill Osmond, and Wayne Osmond and performed by The Osmonds. It reached #4 on the UK Singles Chart, #30 on the Canadian pop chart, #36 on the Billboard chart, and #91 on Canadian adult contemporary chart in 1973.
Having a Party (The Osmonds song) Love Me for a Reason is the twelfth studio album by The Osmonds, released in 1974. The album peaked at No. 47 on the Billboard Top LPs chart. Two singles were released from the album: the title track "Love Me for a Reason" and "Having a Party".
He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" is a popular music ballad written by Bobby Scott and Bob Russell. Originally recorded by Kelly Gordon in 1969, the song became a worldwide hit for The Hollies later that year and again for Neil Diamond in 1970.
Hold Her Tight "Hold Her Tight" is a song written by Alan Osmond, Wayne Osmond, and Merrill Osmond and released by The Osmonds on June 24, 1972. It was featured on their 1972 album, Crazy Horses. The song reached No. 14 on the Billboard Hot 100 on August 5, 1972.
I Can't Get Next to You "I Can't Get Next to You" is a 1969 number-one single recorded by The Temptations and written by Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong for the Gordy label.
I Can't Stop (The Osmonds song) "I Can't Stop" is a song written by Jerry Goldstein and Wes Farrell and performed by The Osmonds. The group released the song as a single three different times. The song was originally released in 1967, but did not chart. It was released again in 1971 and reached #96 on the Billboard chart.
I'm Still Gonna Need You "I'm Still Gonna Need You" is a song performed by The Osmonds in 1975. It is on their 1975 album, The Proud One. Its B-side, "Thank You", is also on the album. It reached No. 38 on the U.S. Adult Contemporary chart and No. 32 in the U.K.
I Think About Your Lovin' "I Think About Your Lovin'" is a song written by Diana Trask and performed by The Osmonds. It reached #17 on the Billboard country music chart in 1982. It was the first hit for The Osmonds on the Billboard country chart. It was featured on their 1982 album, The Osmond Brothers.
Love Me for a Reason "Love Me for a Reason" is a song by Johnny Bristol covered by The Osmonds, and released in 1974. Twenty years later, Boyzone covered the song. Both versions were successful, reaching the top ten of the charts in many countries.
More Today Than Yesterday "More Today Than Yesterday" is a song written by Pat Upton and performed by Spiral Starecase. It reached #6 in Canada, #7 on the Cashbox Top 100, and #12 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1969. The song was also released in the United Kingdom as a single, but it did not chart.
Most of All (song) "Most of All" is a B. J. Thomas single from the 1970 album, Most of All, on Scepter Records. The song, composed by Buddy Buie and J.R. Cobb, reached #2 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary singles chart, and #63 on the Billboard Hot 100, in the same year.
Mr. Sandman "Mr. Sandman" is a popular song written by Pat Ballard which was published in 1954 and first recorded in May of that year by Vaughn Monroe & His Orchestra and later that same year by The Chordettes.
Never Ending Song of Love "Never Ending Song of Love" is a song written by Delaney Bramlett, and, according to some sources, by his wife Bonnie Bramlett. It was originally recorded with his band, Delaney & Bonnie & Friends, in 1971 on the album Motel Shot.
One Bad Apple "One Bad Apple" was a number-one hit single released by The Osmonds on November 14, 1970. It debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 on January 2, 1971. It hit the top of the chart on February 13, 1971 and stayed there for five weeks. It also reached number six on the R&B chart.
Over the Rainbow "Over the Rainbow" is a ballad, with music by Harold Arlen and lyrics by Yip Harburg. It was written for the movie The Wizard of Oz and was sung by actress Judy Garland, in her starring role as Dorothy Gale.
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.
Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child "Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child" is a traditional Negro spiritual. It dates back to the era of slavery in the United States. An early performance of the song dates back to the 1870s by the Fisk Jubilee Singers.
Taking a Chance on Love "Taking a Chance on Love" is a popular song by Vernon Duke with lyrics by John La Touche and Ted Fetter, published in 1940, which has become a standard recorded by many artists.
The Proud One "The Proud One" is a 1966 single written by Bob Gaudio and Bob Crewe and originally performed by Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, and credited to Valli solo; that version peaked at #68.
We Can Make it Together "We Can Make it Together" is a song written by Alan Osmond, Merrill Osmond, and Wayne Osmond and performed by Steve and Eydie featuring The Osmonds.
You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" is a song written by Phil Spector, Barry Mann, and Cynthia Weil. It was first recorded by the Righteous Brothers in 1964, and was produced by Phil Spector.
Yo-Yo (Billy Joe Royal song) "Yo-Yo" is a song written by Joe South and first released as a single by Billy Joe Royal in 1966, peaking at No. 117 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and #28 in Canada. The Osmonds covered the song and released it as a single on September 4, 1971.