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Song Titles: Sugar And Spice - Sunny Days


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Sugar And Spice Sugar And Spice     The Searchers     1964
(This song later also became a hit for the Cryan' Shames (1966).)

Sugar And Spice Sugar And Spice     The Cryan' Shames     1966
(Same song as the above)

Sugar Baby Love Sugar Baby Love     The Rubettes     1974

Sugar Daddy Sugar Daddy     The Jackson 5     1971

Sugar Dumpling Sugar Dumpling     Sam Cooke     1965

Sugar Lips Sugar Lips     Al Hirt     1964
(Instrumental)

Sugar Magnolia Sugar Magnolia     Grateful Dead     1973

Sugar On Sunday Sugar On Sunday     The Clique     1969

Sugar Shack Sugar Shack     Jimmy Gilmer And The Fireballs     1963
(This song topped both the R&B and Pop/Rock charts.)

Sugar, Sugar Sugar, Sugar     The Archies     1969
("Sugar, Sugar," which topped the charts for the Archies, was voted "Song Of The Year" in 1969. Wilson Pickett later charted in 1970 with a more soulful version of this bubblegum smash hit.)

Sugar Town Sugar Town     Nancy Sinatra     1966

Sugaree Sugaree     Jerry Garcia     1972

Suite: Judy Blue Eyes Suite: Judy Blue Eyes     Crosby, Stills And Nash     1969

Sukiyaki Sukiyaki     Kyu Sakamoto     1963
(This song, which is sung entirely in Japanese, topped both the Adult Contemporary and Pop/Rock charts. "Sukiyaki" later also became a hit for Taste of Honey (1981).)

Summer Breeze Summer Breeze     Seals And Crofts     1972
(This song later also became a hit for the Isley Brothers (1974).)

Summer In The City Summer In The City     The Lovin' Spoonful     1966
(This song topped the charts.)

Summer Rain Summer Rain     Johnny Rivers     1967
(This song makes reference to the Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" album and briefly works in a guitar riff from the album's title song.)

Summer Samba (So Nice) Summer Samba (So Nice)     Walter Wanderley     1966
(Instrumental)

Summer Sand Summer Sand     Dawn     1971

A Summer Song A Summer Song     Chad Stuart And Jeremy Clyde     1964

Summer Wind Summer Wind     Frank Sinatra     1966
(This song was previously a hit for Wayne Newton (1965).)

Summer's Gone Summer's Gone     Paul Anka     1960

Summertime Summertime     Billy Stewart     1966
(This song was previously a hit for Sam Cooke (1957), the Marcels (1961), Rick Nelson (1962), and the Chris Columbo Quintet (1963).)

Summertime Blues Summertime Blues     Blue Cheer     1968
(This song was previously a hit for Eddie Cochran (1958) and later also became a hit for the Who (1970).)

Summertime Blues Summertime Blues     The Who     1970
(Same song as the above)

Summertime, Summertime Summertime, Summertime     The Jamies     1958
(This summertime oldies classic recharted in 1962.)

The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine (Anymore) The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine (Anymore)     The Walker Brothers     1966
(This song later also became a hit for Nielson/Pearson (1981).)

Sunday And Me Sunday And Me     Jay And The Americans     1965

Sunday Will Never Be The Same Sunday Will Never Be The Same     Spanky And Our Gang     1967

Sundown Sundown     Gordon Lightfoot     1974
(This song topped the charts.)

Sunny Sunny     Bobby Hebb     1966
(Having just suffered the loss of his older brother Harold who was stabbed to death outside a nightclub in Nashville, Bobby Hebb, who wrote "Sunny" right after both the murder of his brother and the assassination of John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963, was inspired by his desire to pay tribute to his brother and to also try to maintain a sunny disposition in the face of tragic events. He later recorded "Sunny '76" which later became a minor R&B hit in 1976. Over the years, this immensely popular song has been covered by many other bands and artists. )

Sunny Afternoon Sunny Afternoon     The Kinks     1966

Sunny Days Sunny Days     Lighthouse     1972

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