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Ya Ya Ya Ya     Lee Dorsey     1961

Yakety Sax Yakety Sax     Boots Randolph     1963
(This instrumental song later also became a hit for Chet Atkins (1965). (Alternate title: "Yakety Sax (Axe)"))

Yeh, Yeh Yeh, Yeh     Georgie Fame And The Blue Flames     1965
(This song was previously a hit for Mongo Santamaria (1963).)

Yellow Balloon Yellow Balloon     The Yellow Balloon     1967
(This song was also a minor hit for Jan & Dean (1967).)

Yellow Bird Yellow Bird     Arthur Lyman Group     1961
(This instrumental song was previously a hit for the Mills Brothers (1959) and also became a hit for Lawrence Welk (1961).)

Yellow River Yellow River     Christie     1970

Yellow Submarine Yellow Submarine     The Beatles     1966

Yes, I'm Ready Yes, I'm Ready     Barbara Mason     1965
(This song later also became a hit for Teri DeSario with K.C. (1980).)

Yes It Is Yes It Is     The Beatles     1965

Yes We Can Can Yes We Can Can     Pointer Sisters     1973

Yester Love Yester Love     Smokey Robinson And The Miracles     1968

Yesterday Yesterday     The Beatles     1965
(This classic ballad topped the charts and later also became a hit for Ray Charles (1967) and En Vogue (1992). With over 2,200 cover versions, "Yesterday" is one of the most covered pop songs to date.)

Yesterday Yesterday     Ray Charles     1967
(Same song as the above)

Yesterday Once More Yesterday Once More     Carpenters     1973
(This song later also became a hit for the Spinners (1981, as a medley).)

Yesterday, When I Was Young Yesterday, When I Was Young     Roy Clark     1969

Yesterday's Gone Yesterday's Gone     Chad Stuart And Jeremy Clyde     1964
(This song also became a hit for the Overlanders (1964).)

Yesterday's Newspapers Yesterday's Newspapers     Eddie Rambeau     1965
(B-side of "The Train")

Yo-Yo Yo-Yo     The Osmonds     1971

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