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70s Songs - 1974 Most Popular Songs

Updated on February 27, 2008

1970s Radio to Groove to 70s Songs

Best 70s Songs of 1974

Watch these 70s songs music videos online for free. The1974 top songs were mostly mellow titles, like a lot of 70s songs.

The exceptions were the now classic TSOP (The Sound of Philadelphia) by MFSB & Three Degrees. This song is probably better recognized as the Soul Train theme song. Kung Fu Fighting and The Locomotion were the only other Top Ten Songs of 1974 that carried a fast beat.

And then there was the standout oddball comedy song of 1974 that made the now classic 70s songs list, The Streak.

70s Songs - #1 Song of 1974 The Way We Were by Barbra Streisand

70s Songs - #2 Song of 1974 Seasons in the Sun by Terry Jacks

Top 70s Songs - #3 1974 Song The Streak by Ray Stevens

Top 70s Songs - #4 1974 Song Hit - You're Having My Baby by Paul Anka with Odia Coates

70s Songs - #5 1974 Song Kung Fu Fighting by Carl Douglas

70s Songs - #6 Song of 1974 - Billy Don't Be a Hero by Bo Donaldson & the Heywoods

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      7 years ago

      to anna its Beeb Birtles and Graham Goble- im coming home.

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      8 years ago

      help anybody!!!('m looking 4 this song)i don't know the artist & the title but lyrics goes something like this..."mom, i'm coming home so take my picture off the wall, i'm coming home i had enough of being alone, dad i'll see u soon don't keep me hanging on the phone ur wasting time i gotta move i'm coming home, since i'd been away it gets harder everyday i really had a lot to learn, she love me from the start then she left and broke my heart to my home i will return, now i come back to u back to the only friend i know, you understand..." this is a 70s

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      francisco martinez 

      9 years ago

      hey, this music is great I, live in south texas and just acroos the border we still dance to this music 1970 - 1980. this 18 of sept.2009 we had a dance in a plce just feet a cross the bridge, next dance is in november.

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      Cathi B. 

      9 years ago

      And to think....1974 was the year I graduated high school. I remember all these songs only too well. And yes, we had some streakers during graduation. My brother drove the get-a-way car.

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      Haydee Anderson 

      9 years ago from Hermosa Beach

      70s has great songs and i still love tolisten to them.

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      9 years ago

      Where do I can find song VIVA BELULA (his my baby) ???

      Somebody can advice me?? Thanks

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      10 years ago from West Texas

      Oh no.. Folks at work ask me who sang " Seasons in th Sun" and I told them Bobby Goldsboro.

      P.S. Is the brand of stereo in the the top "LEAK"?

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      wilson douglas 

      10 years ago


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      10 years ago

      i love kung fu

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      Angela Harris 

      10 years ago from Around the USA

      Elisabeth, please don't laugh, but I like these songs if I'm in the right mood. (Dunce mood, maybe?) Another shameful secret- I like disco! And I have to dance if I hear Kung Fu Fighting. Wildwood Weed- a favorite song of mine. You're right. It was Jim Stafford. Earth, Wind, and Fire = awesome. (I'm not sure you would value my opinion now, though). ;)

      Contribution, thanks for the kind words.

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      10 years ago

      Thank you for sharing some great music. I really enjoy this kind of Hubs with lots of video :-). It´s very inspiring.

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      elisabeth reid 

      10 years ago from Colorado

      Heh...the scary thing is, I remember those songs. Vividly. Remember KC and the Sunshine Band? And my brother played 'Kung Fu Fighting' until I thought I'd scream. And...oh..."Wildwood Weed." Jim Stafford, I think. 'member? Hilarious.

      My favorite of the time was EWF, though. I still love EWF and make my kids sit quietly whenever they come on the radio. #2 son actually stole one of my CDs -- took it with him when he went to college and I haven't seen it since.

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      Angela Harris 

      10 years ago from Around the USA

      Hey now! Who can resist the classic 70s song Kung Fu Fighting by Carl Douglas? Certainly not me. And The Streak is hilarious.


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