Billboard Week Ending 04/13/1968

1.
Cover: Bobby Goldsboro - Honey
Bobby Goldsboro – Honey
3.
Artist: Otis Redding
Otis Redding – (Sittin’ On) The Dock Of The Bay
4.
Cover: The Box Tops - Cry Like A Baby
The Box Tops – Cry Like A Baby
5.
Artist: Aretha Franklin
Aretha Franklin – (Sweet Sweet Baby) Since You’ve Been Gone

6.
Cover: The Beatles - Lady Madonna
The Beatles – Lady Madonna
7.
Artist: Georgie Fame
Georgie Fame – The Ballad Of Bonnie And Clyde
8.
Vinyl Record
The Delfonics – La – La – Means I Love You
9.
Cover: The Monkees - Valleri
The Monkees – Valleri
10.
Cover: Manfred Mann - Mighty Quinn (Quinn The Eskimo)
Manfred Mann – Mighty Quinn (Quinn The Eskimo)
11.
Artist: James Brown And The Famous Flames
James Brown And The Famous Flames – I Got The Feelin’
12.
Artist: Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra
Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra – Love Is Blue (L’amour Est Bleu)

13.
Vinyl Record
Simon & Garfunkel – Scarborough Fair (/Canticle)
14.
Artist: Sly & The Family Stone
Sly & The Family Stone – Dance To The Music
15.
Cover: 1910 Fruitgum Co. - Simon Says
1910 Fruitgum Co. – Simon Says
16.
Artist: Smokey Robinson & The Miracles
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles – If You Can Want
17.
Vinyl Record
Gene And Debbe – Playboy
18.
Vinyl Record
The Intruders – Cowboys To Girls
19.
Vinyl Record
Blue Cheer – Summertime Blues
20.
Artist: Petula Clark
Petula Clark – Kiss Me Goodbye

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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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