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Song Titles Beginning With R


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The Race Is On The Race Is On     Jack Jones     1965
(This song also became a hit for George Jones (1965).)

Radar Love Radar Love     Golden Earring     1974
(This song later also became a hit for White Lion (1989).)

Rag Doll Rag Doll     The 4 Seasons     1964
(This song topped the charts.)

Rags To Riches Rags To Riches     Elvis Presley     1971
(This song was previously a hit for Sunny & the Sunliners (1963).)

Rain Rain     The Beatles     1966
("Rain" by the Beatles is included in Rolling Stone magazine's list of 500 Greatest Songs Of All Time. This upbeat song makes use of backwards vocals and other effects.)

Rain Rain     Jose Feliciano     1969
(This romantic song, which was written by Jose and Hilda Feliciano, is different from the same titled song listed above.)

Rain Dance Rain Dance     The Guess Who     1971

Rain On The Roof Rain On The Roof     The Lovin' Spoonful     1966

The Rain, The Park, & Other Things The Rain, The Park, & Other Things     The Cowsills     1967

Rainbow Rainbow     Gene Chandler     1963
(Gene Chandler also had a hit with a new version of this song in 1966.)

Raindrops Raindrops     Dee Clark     1961
(In this song, the sounds of pouring rain can be heard.)

Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head     B.J. Thomas     1969
(This song, which topped both the Adult Contemporary and Pop/Rock charts, was part of the soundtrack for the 1960 movie, "Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid," starring Robert Redford, Paul Newman, and Katherine Ross.)

Rainin' In My Heart Rainin' In My Heart     Slim Harpo     1961

The Rains Came The Rains Came     Sir Douglas Quintet     1966
(This song was previously a hit for Big Sambo (1962).)

Rainy Day People Rainy Day People     Gordon Lightfoot     1975

Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 Rainy Day Women #12 & 35     Bob Dylan     1966
(Some claim this good timey song, in which raucous laughter and hollering can be heard throughout, is a doper's anthem. Others believe it was Dylan's response to certain critics who chastised him for going mainstream.)

Rainy Days And Mondays Rainy Days And Mondays     Carpenters     1971

Rainy Night In Georgia Rainy Night In Georgia     Brook Benton     1970

Raised On Rock Raised On Rock     Elvis Presley     1973

Ram-Bunk-Shush Ram-Bunk-Shush     The Ventures     1961
(This instrumental song was previously a hit for Bill Doggett (1957).)

Rama Lama Ding Dong Rama Lama Ding Dong     The Edsels     1961
(This song was first released in 1958 as "Lama Rama Ding Dong.")

Ramblin Man Ramblin Man     The Allman Brothers Band     1973

Ramblin' Rose Ramblin' Rose     Nat 'King' Cole     1962

The Rapper The Rapper     The Jaggerz     1970

Reach Out And Touch (Somebody's Hand) Reach Out And Touch (Somebody's Hand)     Diana Ross     1970

Reach Out For Me Reach Out For Me     Dionne Warwick     1964
(This song was previously a hit for Lou Johnson (1963).)

Reach Out I'll Be There Reach Out I'll Be There     Four Tops     1966
(This Motown classic, which is considered by many to be the Four Tops signature song, topped both the R&B and Pop/Rock charts later also became a hit for Merrilee Rush (1968), Diana Ross (1971), Gloria Gaynor (1975), and Michael Bolton (1992). "Reach Out I'll Be There" is included in Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.)

Reach Out I'll Be There Reach Out I'll Be There     Diana Ross     1971
(Same song as the above)

Reach Out Of The Darkness Reach Out Of The Darkness     Friend And Lover     1968

Ready Or Not Here I Come (Can't Hide From Love) Ready Or Not Here I Come (Can't Hide From Love)     The Delfonics     1968

Unfortunately, we no longer have sound clips for this song. Ready, Willing And Able     The American Breed     1968

Real Humdinger Real Humdinger     J.J. Barnes     1966

Rebel Rebel Rebel Rebel     David Bowie     1974

Reconsider Me Reconsider Me     Johnny Adams     1969
(This song later also became a hit for Narvel Felts (1975).)

Red Red Wine Red Red Wine     Vic Dana     1970
(This song was previously a hit for Neil Diamond (1968) and later also became a hit for UB40 (1984, 1988).)

Red Roses For A Blue Lady Red Roses For A Blue Lady     Vic Dana     1965
(This song was previously a hit for Vaughn Monroe (1943) and also became a hit in 1965 for both Bert Kaempfert (instrumental version) and Wayne Newton.)

Red Rubber Ball Red Rubber Ball     The Cyrkle     1966

Red Sails In The Sunset Red Sails In The Sunset     The Platters     1960
(This song was previously a hit for Tab Hunter (1957) and later also became a hit for Fats Domino (1963).)

Reelin' & Rockin' Reelin' & Rockin'     Chuck Berry     1972
(This song was previously a hit for the Dave Clark Five (1965).)

Reeling In The Years Reeling In The Years     Steely Dan     1973

Reflections Reflections     Diana Ross And The Supremes     1967

Reflections Of My Life Reflections Of My Life     The Marmalade     1970

Release Me Release Me     Esther Phillips     1962
(This song recharted for Esther Phillips in 1967 and also became a hit for Engelbert Humperdinck (1967) and Johnny Adams (1968).)

Release Me (And Let Me Love Again) Release Me (And Let Me Love Again)     Engelbert Humperdinck     1967
(Same song as the above)

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