US Top 40 Singles Week Ending November 25th, 1967


These are all the US Top 40 singles for Week Ending November 25th, 1967.

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US TOP 40 – NOVEMBER 25TH, 1967

#1
INCENSE AND PEPPERMINTS
Strawberry Alarm Clock

Strawberry Alarm Clock - Incense and Peppermints 7-inch label

TW LW TITLE –•– Artist (Label)-Weeks on Chart (Peak To Date)

1 3 INCENSE AND PEPPERMINTS –•– Strawberry Alarm Clock (Uni)-9 (1 week at #1) (1)
2 1 TO SIR WITH LOVE –•– Lulu (Epic)-12 (1)
3 4 THE RAIN, THE PARK AND OTHER THINGS –•– The Cowsills (MGM)-9 (3)
4 2 SOUL MAN –•– Sam and Dave (Stax)-12 (2)
5 33 DAYDREAM BELIEVER –•– The Monkees (Colgems)-2 (5)
6 6 PLEASE LOVE ME FOREVER –•– Bobby Vinton (Epic)-9 (6)
7 8 I SAY A LITTLE PRAYER –•– Dionne Warwick (Scepter)-6 (7)
8 5 IT MUST BE HIM –•– Vikki Carr (Liberty)-13 (3)
9 10 I CAN SEE FOR MILES –•– The Who (Decca)-7 (9)
10 9 EXPRESSWAY TO YOUR HEART –•– The Soul Survivors (Crimson)-13 (4)

11 7 YOUR PRECIOUS LOVE –•– Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell (Tamla)-12 (5)
12 18 PATA PATA –•– Miriam Makeba (Reprise)-8 (12)
13 13 EVERLASTING LOVE –•– Robert Knight (Rising Sons)-9 (13)
14 14 (Loneliness Made Me Realize) IT’S YOU THAT I NEED –•– The Temptations (Gordy)-7 (14)
15 12 LET IT OUT (Let It All Hang Out) –•– The Hombres (Verve Forecast)-11 (12)
16 21 I HEARD IT THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE –•– Gladys Knight and the Pips (Soul)-6 (16)
17 31 YOU BETTER SIT DOWN KIDS –•– Cher (Imperial)-5 (17)
18 58 AN OPEN LETTER TO MY TEENAGE SON –•– Victor Lundberg (Liberty)-3 (18)
19 19 LAZY DAY –•– Spanky and Our Gang (Mercury)-7 (19)
20 25 BOOGALOO DOWN BROADWAY –•– The Fantastic Johnny C. (Phil-L.A. Of Soul)-8 (20)

21 26 KEEP THE BALL ROLLIN’ –•– Jay and the Techniques (Smash)-6 (21)
22 22 KENTUCKY WOMAN –•– Neil Diamond (Bang)-7 (22)
23 29 STAG-O-LEE –•– Wilson Pickett (Atlantic)-4 (23)
24 24 LIKE AN OLD TIME MOVIE –•– Scott McKenzie (Ode)-6 (24)
25 20 LADY BIRD –•– Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood (Reprise)-6 (20)
26 28 GLAD TO BE UNHAPPY –•– The Mamas and the Papas (Dunhill)-5 (26)
27 27 SHE IS STILL A MYSTERY –•– The Lovin’ Spoonful (Kama Sutra)-5 (27)
28 43 I SECOND THAT EMOTION –•– Smokey Robinson and the Miracles (Tamla)-4 (28)
29 47 IN AND OUT OF LOVE –•– Diana Ross and the Supremes (Motown)-3 (29)
30 39 WATCH THE FLOWERS GROW –•– The Four Seasons (Philips)-5 (30)

31 17 LOVE IS STRANGE –•– Peaches and Herb (Date)-9 (13)
32 35 WILD HONEY –•– The Beach Boys (Capitol)-4 (32)
33 11 A NATURAL WOMAN (You Make Me Feel Like) –•– Aretha Franklin (Atlantic)-9 (8)
34 45 SKINNY LEGS AND ALL –•– Joe Tex (Dial)-5 (34)
35 36 BEG, BORROW AND STEAL –•– The Ohio Express (Cameo)-8 (35)
36 38 BACK ON THE STREET AGAIN –•– The Sunshine Company (Imperial)-6 (36)
37 52 (The Lights Went Out In) MASSACHUSETTS –•– The Bee Gees (Atco)-3 (37)
38 42 MR. DREAM MERCHANT –•– Jerry Butler (Mercury)-6 (38)
39 49 BY THE TIME I GET TO PHOENIX –•– Glen Campbell (Capitol)-5 (39)
40 41 GET IT TOGETHER (Part 1) –•– James Brown and the Famous Flames (King)-5 (40)

THIS WEEK’S DROP – NOVEMBER 25TH, 1967

42 30 GET ON UP –•– The Esquires (Bunky)-15 (11)
45 16 HOLIDAY –•– The Bee Gees (Atco)-9 (16)
46 37 THE LETTER –•– The Box Tops (Mala)-16 (1)
49 23 I’M WONDERING –•– Stevie Wonder (Tamla)-8 (12)
50 15 NEVER MY LOVE –•– The Association (Warner Brothers)-14 (2)
51 34 HOMBURG –•– Procol Harum (A&M)-5 (34)

POWER PLAYS – NOVEMBER 25TH, 1967

41 51 YESTERDAY –•– Ray Charles (ABC/TRC)-3 (41)
43 46 OUT OF THE BLUE –•– Tommy James and the Shondells (Roulette)-5 (43)
44 55 SHE’S MY GIRL –•– The Turtles (White Whale)-3 (44)
47 62 NEON RAINBOW –•– The Box Tops (Mala)-3 (47)
48 60 PAPER CUP –•– The 5th Dimension (Soul City)-4 (48)

NEW THIS WEEK – NOVEMBER 25TH, 1967

71 — AND GET AWAY –•– The Esquires (Bunky)-1 (71)
72 — SINCE YOU SHOWED ME HOW TO BE HAPPY –•– Jackie Wilson (Brunswick)-1 (72)
73 — LOVE POWER –•– The Sandpebbles (Calla)-1 (73)
74 — WEAR YOUR LOVE LIKE HEAVEN –•– Donovan (Epic)-1 (74)
76 — COVER ME –•– Percy Sledge (Atlantic)-1 (76)
81 — BABY YOU GOT IT –•– Brenton Wood (Double Shot)-1 (81)
82 — OKOLONA RIVER BOTTOM BAND –•– Bobbie Gentry (Capitol)-1 (82)
85 — WINDY –•– Wes Montgomery (A&M)-1 (85)
86 — COME SEE ABOUT ME –•– Jr. Walker and the All Stars (Soul)-1 (86)
87 — TOO MUCH OF NOTHING –•– Peter, Paul and Mary (Warner Brothers)-1 (87)
88 — CAN’T HELP BUT LOVE YOU –•– The Standells (Tower)-1 (88)
93 — ALLIGATOR BOOGALOO –•– Lou Donaldson (Blue Note)-2 (93)
97 — I’LL BE SWEETER TOMORROW (Than I Was Today) –•– The O’Jays (Bell)-1 (97)
98 — A LETTER TO DAD –•– Every Father’s Teenage Son (Buddah)-1 (98)
99 — JUDY IN DISGUISE (With Glasses) –•– John Fred and His Playboy Band (Paula)-1 (99)
100 — FOR WHAT IT’S WORTH –•– King Curtis and the Kingpins (Atco)-1 (100)