Billboard Week Ending 11/13/1965

1.
Cover: The Rolling Stones - Get Off Of My Cloud
The Rolling Stones – Get Off Of My Cloud
2.
Cover: The Toys - A Lover's Concerto
The Toys – A Lover’s Concerto
3.
Cover: Len Barry - 1-2-3
Len Barry – 1-2-3
4.
Cover: The Vogues - You're The One
The Vogues – You’re The One
5.
Cover: The Supremes - I Hear A Symphony
The Supremes – I Hear A Symphony

6.
Cover: Fontella Bass - Rescue Me
Fontella Bass – Rescue Me
7.
Cover: Gary Lewis And The Playboys - Everybody Loves A Clown
Gary Lewis And The Playboys – Everybody Loves A Clown
9.
Vinyl Record
Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass – Taste Of Honey
10.
Cover: Marvin Gaye - Ain't That Peculiar
Marvin Gaye – Ain’t That Peculiar
11.
Cover: The Beatles - Yesterday
The Beatles – Yesterday
12.
Artist: The Byrds
The Byrds – Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is A Season)

13.
Cover: Bob Dylan - Positively 4th Street
Bob Dylan – Positively 4th Street
14.
Artist: Billy Joe Royal
Billy Joe Royal – I Knew You When
15.
Artist: Sonny & Cher
Sonny & Cher – But You’re Mine
16.
Artist: The Newbeats
The Newbeats – Run, Baby Run (Back Into My Arms)
17.
Vinyl Record
Jonathan King – Everyone’s Gone To The Moon
18.
Vinyl Record
The Gentrys – Keep On Dancing
19.
Vinyl Record
Barbara Lewis – Make Me Your Baby
20.
Cover: The Silkie - You've Got To Hide Your Love Away
The Silkie – You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away

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Top 20 on Billboard

This Billboard top 20 list is from Billboard Hot 100, a chart first compiled in August 1958. The Hot 100 is frequently used as the standard measure when ranking popular songs in the United States. If not otherwise stated, Billboard Hot 100 is also used on this website when referring to U.S. chart positions.

Before the week ending November 29, 1969, A- and B-sides of singles charted separately. But staring in 1969, both sides of a record that received significant airplay were listed together.

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