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June 14, 2019



In 66, ‘Happy Jack’, on Reaction,

gave The Who, a Top 3 entry.

And in 76, ‘So Sad The Song’, on Buddah,

for Gladys Knight & The Pips, made the UK Top 20.


In 76, ‘Sad Eyes’, on EMI –

a US No.1 and UK No.31, for Robert John.

And in 82, ‘Happy Talk’, on A & M,

gave Captain Sensible, a two week No.1.


In 81, ‘Happy Birthday, on Motown,

took Stevie Wonder to No.2.

And in 93, ‘Sad But True’, on Vertigo,

gave Metallica, a Top 20 view.


In 84, ‘Sad Songs (Say So Much)’, on Rocket,

for Elton John – a No.7, on track.

And in 98, ‘Happy Home’, on Eagle,

was at No.17, for 2 Pac.


In 01, ‘Happy People’, on Incentive/Rulin,

took Static Revenger, to No.23.

And in 90, ‘Sadness Part 1’, on Virgin International,

for Enigma – a UK No.1, was to be.


In 60, ‘Lucille’/’So Sad ( To Watch Good Love Go Bad)’,

on Warner Brothers, gave The Everly Brothers, a Top 4.

And in 07, ‘Happy Ending’, on Casablanca/Island,

saw Mika with a Top 7 score.


In 67, ‘Happy Together’, on London,

gave The Turtles, a US No.1 and UK No.12 high.

And in 74, ‘Sad Sweet Dreamer’ became,

a UK No.1 for Sweet Sensation, on Pye.


In 86, ‘Happy Hour’ on Go! Beat.

made The Housemartins, a Top 3 guest.

And in 05, ‘Sad And Lonely’, was at No.38,

for Secret Machines, on East West.




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