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Songs of the 70s - Song Hits of 1972

Updated on February 27, 2008

Seventies Song Hits Album Collection

Songs of the 70s - Song Hits of 1972

The top ten hit songs of 1972 were all mellow songs. Surprisingly, few of the top ten 70s songs from 1972 were love songs, however. Some of the top ten songs from 1972 included Sammy Davis Jr.'s Candy Man, American Pie by Don McLean, and A Horse With No Name.

Songs of the 70s - #1 Song of 1972 - The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face by Roberta Flack

Songs of the 70s - #2 Song of 1972 - Alone Again (Naturally) by Gilbert O'Sullivan

Songs of the 70s - #3 Song of 1972 - American Pie by Don McLean Music Video

Songs of the 70s - #4 Song of 1972 - Without You by Nilsson

Songs of the 70s - #5 Song of 1972 - I Can See Clearly Now by Johnny Nash

Songs of the 70s - #6 1972 Song Hit - A Horse With No Name by America

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      Gillian  8 years ago

      Alone again is such a poignant song - just lovely.

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      baby j 8 years ago

      i meant mr osullivans.....alone again naturally!!! anyone agree with me?

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      baby j 8 years ago

      one of my all time favorites. wow such a heart warming song

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      DJ Funktual 9 years ago from One Nation Under a Groove

      I dunno. This one looks unfinished honey. You need much more text. You don't make people think which I think is key.

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      IĆ°unn 9 years ago

      what bob said, these hubs you make are wonderful strolls down memory lane. :nostalgia:

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      Angela Harris 9 years ago from Around the USA

      For me too, Bob. It was fun putting together.

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      Bob Ewing 9 years ago from New Brunswick

      some fond memories here, thanks.