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Ten songs

Ten songs. Top Ten Hits (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction (The Rolling Stones) I Can’t Help Myself (The Four Tops ) Wooly Bully ( Sam The Sham and the Pharaohs) My Girl (Temptations) You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin ’ (Righteous Brothers)

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Ten songs

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  1. Ten songs • Top Ten Hits • (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction (The Rolling Stones) • I Can’t Help Myself (The Four Tops ) • Wooly Bully ( Sam The Sham and the Pharaohs) • My Girl (Temptations) • You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’ (Righteous Brothers) • Downtown (Petula Clark) • Help! (The Beatles) • Can’t You Hear My Heartbeat (Herman’s Hermits) • Crying in The Chapel (Elvis Presley) • You Were On My Mind (We Five)

  2. Famous people who were born in the year 1965 include English actresses Sadie Frost and Elizabeth Hurley, and Saul Hudson popularly known as 'Slush', a member of the legendary rock band, Guns N' Roses. Other celebrities born during this year are Charlie Sheen, Brad Pitt and Brandon Lee. J K Rowling, British author of the Harry Potter fantasy series, and musician Shania Twain, also celebrate their birthdays during this year.

  3. Mashed Potato, the Fly, the Penguin, the Monkey, the Swim and the Funky Chicken. The simplicity of The Twist dance made it popular with all ages. The movement was simple: place one foot forward and twist it back and forth while rotating your hips from side to side.

  4. Let's get the boring stuff over first. The teen clothing at left and below is how we actually dressed for school in the Sixties. Over the course of the decade, the hemlines would shorten a little, a very little to just above the knee. We had a Dean of Girls who was relentless about skirt length. If you knelt and your skirt didn't touch the ground, she'd fix that. She'd cut the hem out, making it longer. If that wasn't sufficient for decency, you were sent home. No pants or shorts allowed in school. And I don't know what awful thing would have happened to you if you dared to wear jeans. Okay, today that behavior would get her arrested, but the simple truth was that high school in the 1960s was conservative. On Fridays we wore our school colors. Blue skirts, white blouses for girls; blue slacks, white shirts for guys.

  5. Long hair was swept to one side and secured with a band or a ribbon. Perhaps a swatch of hair or a clip in hair extensions. • Hogan's Heroes Hogan's Heroes an American comedy series based in a German Prisoner of War Camp during World War II with Werner Klemperer as the commandant of the camp Colonel Wilhelm Klink and Bob Crane as Colonel Robert E. Hogan. The series is also remembered for the bumbling Sergeant Schultz who used the quote "I know nothing – nothing !" in order to avoid being blamed. Series ran from 1965 till 1971. • The Man From Uncle The Man From Uncle ( United Network Command for Law and Enforcement ) based around the exploits of two secret agents Napoleon Solo played by Robert Vaughn and Illya Kuryakin played by David McCallum fighting against the evil empire of THRUSH who's main objective was to conquer the world . Series ran from 1964 till 1968. • Get Smart comedy based on the useless secret agent Maxwell Smart played Don Adams, even with his lack of spy credentials through pure good luck he always wins his battles. . Series ran from 1965 - 1970.

  6. magazine cover 10-Dec-1965 Texas linebacker Tommy Nobis Mary Poppins released in 1965

  7. On September 8, 1965, Filipino American grape workers, members of the Agricultural Workers Organizing Committee, walked out on strike against Delano-area table and wine grape growers protesting years of poor pay and conditions. The Filipinos asked Cesar Chavez, who led a mostly Latino farm workers union, the National Farm Workers Association, to join their strike. • Cesar and the leaders of the NFWA believed it would be years before their fledgling union was ready for a strike. But he also knew how growers historically pitted one race against another to break field walkouts. Cesar’s union voted to join the Filipino workers’ walkouts on Mexican Independence Day, September 16, 1965. From the beginning this would be a different kind of strike.

  8. 36th President of the United States • Vice president

  9. U.S. Postage Stamp $ .05 • Movie Ticket $1.25 • Gallon of Gas $ .24 • New Car $2,614.00 • New Home $13,600.00 • Harvard Tuition $1,760.00 • Average Income $6,469.00

  10. Mary Poppins What's New Pussycat?, The Sound of Music Shenandoah, Gold finger, The Sandpiper, My Fair Lady, Father Goose.

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