List of Adult Contemporary top 10 singles in 1967 (U.S.)

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This is a list of songs that have charted in the top ten of the Billboard Adult Contemporary in 1967.

Top-ten singles[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles which peaked in 1967
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Singles from 1966
December 10 "Mame" Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass 2 January 7 8
December 17 "Sugar Town" Nancy Sinatra 1 January 21 8
"Ghost Riders in the Sky" Baja Marimba Band 4 January 7 5
December 31 "Wish Me a Rainbow" The Gunter Kallmann Chorus 2 January 21 8
"A Man and a Woman" Tamiko Jones with Herbie Mann 9 January 14 3
Singles from 1967
January 7 "Gallant Men" Everett Dirksen 4 January 21 5
"(Open Up the Door) Let the Good Times In" Dean Martin 7 January 21 4
January 21 "My Cup Runneth Over" Ed Ames 1 February 4 15
"Music to Watch Girls By" Bob Crewe Generation 2 February 4 7
"Colour My World" Petula Clark 10 January 21 2
February 4 "Lady" Jack Jones 1 March 4 13
"All" James Darren 5 February 11 4
"Georgy Girl" The Seekers 7 February 11 3
"If You Go Away" Damita Jo DeBlanc 10 February 4 1
February 11 "Sweet Maria" Billy Vaughn 6 February 11 7
"I'll Take Care of Your Cares" Frankie Laine 2 March 4 11
"Sunrise, Sunset" Roger Williams 5 February 25 7
"What Makes it Happen" Tony Bennett 10 February 11 1
February 18 "Daddy's Little Girl" Al Martino 2 March 18 9
February 25 "People Like You" Eddie Fisher 4 March 11 6
"Gonna Get Along Without Ya Now" Trini Lopez 6 March 25 5
March 4 "Sherry"[A] Marilyn Maye 8 March 11 4
March 11 "The Disadvantages of You" The Brass Ring featuring Phil Bodner 10 March 11 1
March 18 "It Hurts to Say Goodbye" Vera Lynn 7 April 1 6
March 25 "Somethin' Stupid" Nancy & Frank Sinatra 1 April 1 14
April 1 "This is My Song" Petula Clark 2 April 15 7
"Wade in the Water" Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass 5 April 8 3
"The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy" Harpers Bizarre 4 April 15 7
April 15 "Thoroughly Modern Millie" Julie Andrews 3 April 22 5
April 22 "Walkin' in the Sunshine" Roger Miller 6 April 22 3
"Music to Watch Girls By" Andy Williams 2 May 13 5
April 29 "I Believed it All" Pozo-Seco Singers 8 April 29 2
"Making Memories" Frankie Laine 2 May 20 7
May 6 "Casino Royale" Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass 1 June 3 9
"Time Alone Will Tell" Jerry Vale 6 May 13 3
May 13 "Stop! And Think it Over" Perry Como 1 June 24 12
"Lay Some Happiness on Me" Dean Martin 6 May 20 4
May 20 "Little by Little and Bit by Bit" The Ray Charles Singers 6 June 3 6
"Love Me Forever" Roger Williams 3 June 17 7
"Only Love Can Break a Heart" Margaret Whiting 4 June 24 9
May 27 "Time, Time" Ed Ames 1 June 17 9
"I Was Kaiser Bill's Batman" John O'Neill 8 June 10 5
June 10 "Hello, Hello" Claudine Longet 8 June 24 3
June 17 "Mary in the Morning" Al Martino 1 July 1 10
July 1 "I Love You (And You Love Me)" Billy Vaughn 4 July 1 5
"Now I Know" Jack Jones 3 July 15 7
"Night and Day" Sergio Mendes 8 July 8 2
July 8 "Don't Sleep in the Subway" Petula Clark 1 July 15 6
"It's Such a Pretty World Today" Andy Russell 1 August 5 8
"You Only Live Twice" Nancy Sinatra 3 August 5 12
July 15 "You Wanted Someone to Play With (I Wanted Someone to Love)" Frankie Lane 5 July 29 6
July 22 "Up, Up and Away" The 5th Dimension 9 July 29 2
July 29 "More and More" Andy Williams 2 August 5 9
August 5 "In the Chapel in the Moonlight" Dean Martin 1 August 12 6
"The Bramble Bush" Trini Lopez 4 August 26 6
"Everybody Say Peace" John Gary 10 August 5 1
August 12 "The Happening" Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass 4 August 12 5
August 19 "In the Back of My Heart" Jerry Vale 5 September 9 5
"Lover's Roulette" Mel Tormé 6 September 23 6
August 26 "The World We Knew (Over and Over)" Frank Sinatra 1 September 2 10
"Timeless Love" Ed Ames 2 September 16 6
September 2 "Stout-Hearted Men" Barbra Streisand 2 September 23 6
September 16 "It Must Be Him" Vikki Carr 1 October 21 12
"Little Ole Wine Drinker, Me" Dean Martin 5 September 30 4
"Turn the World Around" Eddy Arnold 3 October 14 8
September 23 "Anything Goes" Harpers Bizarre 6 October 7 4
September 30 "A Banda (Ah Bahn-da)" Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass 1 October 7 6
"Ode to Bille Joe" Bobbie Gentry 7 October 14 4
"The Cat in the Window (The Bird in the Sky)" Petula Clark 9 October 14 3
October 7 "More Than a Miracle" Roger Williams 2 October 28 13
October 14 "More Than the Eye Can See" Al Martino 1 November 11 9
"A Strange Song" Harry Belafonte 5 November 4 8
October 21 "When the Snow Is on the Roses" Ed Ames 1 November 25 10
"I'm Still Not Through Missin' You" Andy Russell 10 October 21 1
October 28 "For Once in My Life" Tony Bennett 8 October 28 6
"You, No One but You" Frankie Laine 6 November 18 4
November 4 "The Last Waltz" Engelbert Humperdinck 6 November 11 6
November 11 "I Feel It" Peggy Lee 8 November 11 3
"I Almost Called Your Name" Margaret Whiting 5 December 16 8
November 25 "Wait Until Dark" Henry Mancini 4 December 2 3
December 2 "Cuando Sali de Cuba" The Sandpipers 3 December 9 4
December 9 "You Made It That Way (Watermelon Summer)" Perry Como 2 December 23 5
"Cold" John Gray 1 December 23 6
December 16 "Live for Life" Jack Jones 9 December 30 4

1966 peaks[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles in 1967 which peaked in 1966
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November 19 "Hawaii" Henry Mancini 6 December 3 11
November 26 "Winchester Cathedral" New Vaudeville Band 1 December 3 8
December 3 "That's Life" Frank Sinatra 1 December 31 10

1968 peaks[edit]

List of Billboard Adult Contemporary top ten singles in 1967 which peaked in 1968
Top ten

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Single Artist(s) Peak Peak date Weeks in

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December 9 "Step to the Rear" Marilyn Maye 2 January 6 6
December 16 "Chattanooga Choo Choo" Harpers Bizarre 1 January 6 7
"Holly" Andy Williams 4 January 6 6
December 30 "The Other Man's Grass Is Always Greener" Petula Clark 3 January 13 6
"In the Misty Moonlight" Dean Martin 1 January 20 6

Notes[edit]

A The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending April 8, 1967.

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