1. I need you by America 2. Make Me Smile by Chicago 3. Badge by Cream 4. Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying by Gerry & The Pacemakers 5. I Will Follow Him by Little Peggy March 6. Kind Of A Drag by The Buckinghams
7. Bad Timing by Blue Rodeo 8. Dreamin' by Cliff Richard 9. Down Under by Men at work 10. Valparaiso by Paula Moore 11. Garden Party by Ricky Nelson 12. Magic Carpet Ride by Steppenwolf 13. Everybody wants to rule the world by Tears For Fears 14. Tell it like it is by Aaron Neville 15. Fever - Peggy Lee 16. Blue Bayou - Roy Orbison 17. Easier said than done - The Essex 18. Baby Blue - Badfinger 19. Can you feel the love tonight - Elton 20. Amazed - Lonestar 21. Devil Or Angel - Bobby Vee 22. Your Song - Elton John 23. Do That To Me One More Time - Captain & Tennille 24. Save The Best For Last - Vanessa Williams 25. Learn To Fly - Foo Fighters
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