Billboard Week Ending 01/14/1967

1.
Cover: The Monkees - I'm A Believer
The Monkees – I’m A Believer
2.
Artist: The Royal Guardsmen
The Royal Guardsmen – Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron
3.
Cover: Aaron Neville - Tell It Like It Is
Aaron Neville – Tell It Like It Is
5.
Cover: Nancy Sinatra - Sugar Town
Nancy Sinatra – Sugar Town

6.
Cover: The Mamas & The Papas - Words Of Love
The Mamas & The Papas – Words Of Love
7.
Cover: Four Tops - Standing In The Shadows Of Love
Four Tops – Standing In The Shadows Of Love
8.
Cover: The New Vaudeville Band - Winchester Cathedral
The New Vaudeville Band – Winchester Cathedral
9.
Cover: Frank Sinatra - That's Life
Frank Sinatra – That’s Life
10.
Cover: The Seekers - Georgy Girl
The Seekers – Georgy Girl
11.
Artist: Bobby Vinton
Bobby Vinton – Coming Home Soldier

13.
Cover: Donovan - Mellow Yellow
Donovan – Mellow Yellow
14.
Vinyl Record
Sandy Posey – Single Girl
15.
Vinyl Record
The Music Machine – Talk Talk
16.
Cover: The Lovin' Spoonful - Nashville Cats
The Lovin’ Spoonful – Nashville Cats
17.
Artist: Mitch Ryder And The Detroit Wheels
Mitch Ryder And The Detroit Wheels – Devil With A Blue Dress On & Good Golly Miss Molly
18.
Vinyl Record
Jimmy Ruffin – I’ve Passed This Way Before
19.
Cover: The Temptations - (I Know) I'm Losing You
The Temptations – (I Know) I’m Losing You
20.
Artist: The Monkees
The Monkees – (I’m Not Your) Steppin’ Stone

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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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