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P.S. I Love You P.S. I Love You     The Beatles     1964

P.T. 109 P.T. 109     Jimmy Dean     1962

Paint It, Black Paint It, Black     The Rolling Stones     1966
(This exotic-sounding song, which makes use of a sitar, topped the charts. "Paint It, Black" is included in Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.)

(You Don't Have To) Paint Me A Picture (You Don't Have To) Paint Me A Picture     Gary Lewis And The Playboys     1966

Painted Ladies Painted Ladies     Ian Thomas     1973

Painted, Tainted Rose Painted, Tainted Rose     Al Martino     1963

Palisades Park Palisades Park     Freddy 'Boom-Boom' Cannon     1962
(This song was written by "Gong Show" host Chuck Barris.)

Papa Don't Take No Mess Part I Papa Don't Take No Mess Part I     James Brown     1974

(Down At) Papa Joe's (Down At) Papa Joe's     The Dixiebelles With Cornbread And Jerry     1963

Papa Was A Rollin' Stone Papa Was A Rollin' Stone     The Temptations     1972
(This song topped the charts and later also became a hit for the Undisputed Truth (1972), Wolf (1983), and George Michael (1993, as a medley). "Papa Was A Rollin' Stone" is listed in Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. In 1973, it won Grammys for Best R&B Song, Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo, Group or Chorus, and Best R&B Instrumental Performance.)

Papa's Got A Brand New Bag Part I Papa's Got A Brand New Bag Part I     James Brown     1965
(This song later also became a hit for Otis Redding (1969).)

Paper Cup Paper Cup     The 5th Dimension     1967

Paper Roses Paper Roses     Anita Bryant     1960
(This song later also became a hit for Marie Osmond (1973).)

Paper Roses Paper Roses     Marie Osmond     1973
(Same song as the above)

Paper Sun Paper Sun     Traffic     1967

Paper Tiger Paper Tiger     Sue Thompson     1965

Paperback Writer Paperback Writer     The Beatles     1966
(According to the late British deejay Jimmy Savile, Paul McCartney wrote "Paperback Writer" in response to a request from an aunt who asked if he could "write a single that wasn't about love." In this chart-topping song, which is in the form of a letter, an aspiring paperback novelist is seeking work from a publisher.)

Paradise Paradise     The Temptations     1962

Unfortunately, we no longer have sound clips for this song. A Part Of Me     Jimmy Clanton     1958

Part Of The Plan Part Of The Plan     Dan Fogelberg     1975

Part Time Love Part Time Love     Gladys Knight And The Pips     1975

Part Time Love Part Time Love     Little Johnny Taylor     1963
(This song later also became a hit for Ann Peebles (1970).)

Part Two (Let A Man Come In And Do The Popcorn) Part Two (Let A Man Come In And Do The Popcorn)     James Brown     1969

Party Girl Party Girl     Tommy Roe     1964

Party Lights Party Lights     Claudine Clark     1962

Pata Pata Pata Pata     Miriam Makeba     1967

Patch It Up Patch It Up     Elvis Presley     1970

Patches Patches     Dickey Lee     1962
(This teenage death song, written by Barry Mann and Larry Kobler, is about two teenagers of different social classes whose parents forbid their love. The girl drowns herself in a river and the boy joins her.)

Patches Patches     Clarence Carter     1970
(This R&B ballad, written by General Norman Johnson and Ronald Dunbar, tells the sad story about a boy from Alabama nicknamed Patches (because of his ragged old clothes) who promises his father on his deathbed to take care of the family. "Patches" won the Grammy Award for Best R&B Song in 1971.)

Pay To The Piper Pay To The Piper     Chairmen Of The Board     1970

Pay You Back With Interest Pay You Back With Interest     The Hollies     1967
(This song later also became a hit for Gary O' (1981).)

The Payback - Part I The Payback - Part I     James Brown     1974

Paying The Cost To Be The Boss Paying The Cost To Be The Boss     B.B. King     1968

Peace Pipe Peace Pipe     B.T. Express     1975

Peace Train Peace Train     Cat Stevens     1971

Peace Will Come (According To Plan) Peace Will Come (According To Plan)     Melanie     1970

Peaceful Easy Feeling Peaceful Easy Feeling     Eagles     1972

Peanut Butter Peanut Butter     The Marathons     1961

Pearl Pearl     Tommy Roe     1970

Penetration Penetration     The Pyramids     1964
(Instrumental)

Pennies From Heaven Pennies From Heaven     The Skyliners     1960

Penny Lane Penny Lane     The Beatles     1967
(This chart-topping song, named after a street near John Lennon's childhood home, is included in Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.)

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