10th Class Results! Could 5 Songs Get Into the Hall of Songs?

Let’s talk about a few songs from 1964 that are now part of the Hall of Songs. One is from Motown, one is from Britain, and one is a soul classic. After discussing the newest inductees, Tim and Chris converse over two more songs that they can nudge into their song hall of fame through their “golden vote.”

One of those tracks is Bob Dylan’s seminal 1963 recording “Blowin’ in the Wind.” What’s the other What are those songs? Are the Beatles involved? And what about Little Richard’s “Tutti Frutti,” which has been on the ballot since the very beginning?

Okay. Don’t scroll if you want to be spoiled.

Alright. Let’s congratulate the following songs on making the Hall of Songs …

Dancing in the Street / Martha and the Vandellas – 76.92%
A Change is Gonna Come / Sam Cooke – 73.07%
The House of the Rising Sun / The Animals – 69.23%
I Want to Hold Your Hand / The Beatles – 69.23%
You Really Got Me / The Kinks – 69.23%

Continuing to the next round of voting

You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’ / The Righteous Brothers – 61.53% (1st round)
Louie Louie / The Kingsmen – 50% (2nd round)
The Times They Are a-Changin’ – 46.15% (1st round)
Where Did Our Love Go / The Supremes – 46.15% (1st round)
Leader of the Pack / The Shangri-Las – 42.30% (1st round)
Gloria / Them – 42.30% (1st round)
Wonderful World / Sam Cooke – 38.46% (5th round)
Twist and Shout / The Beatles – 38.46% (2nd round)
A Hard Day’s Night / The Beatles – 38.46% (1st round)

Eliminated from the ballot

Runaway / Del Shannon – 30.76% (4th round)
Surfin’ USA / The Beach Boys – 30.76% (2nd round)
She Loves You / The Beatles – 30.76% (2nd round)
Rag Doll / The Four Seasons – 30.76% (1st round)
Only the Lonely / Roy Orbison – 26.92% (5th round)
In My Room / The Beach Boys – 26.92% (2nd round)
Don’t Worry Baby / The Beach Boys – 23.07% (1st round)
Tutti Frutti / Little Richard – 19.23% (10th round)
Heat Wave / Martha and the Vandellas – 19.23% (2nd round)
Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) / Darlene Love – 3.84% (2nd round)

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