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Grammy Song of the Year Award [1960s]

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1. Who won the 1969 Grammy Song of the Year Award

  • Bobby Russell for Honey
  • Bobby Russell for Little Green Apples
  • John Lennon & Paul McCartney for Hey Jude
  • Paul Simon for Mrs. Robinson
  • Tom T. Hall for Harper Valley PTA

2. Who won the 1968 Grammy Song of the Year Award

  • Bobbie Gentry for Ode to Billie Joe
  • Jimmy Webb for By the Time I Get to Phoenix
  • Jimmy Webb for Up, Up and Away
  • John Hartford for Gentle on My Mind
  • Tom Jones & Harvey Schmidt for My Cup Runneth Over

3. Who won the 1967 Grammy Song of the Year Award

  • John Barry & Don Black for Born Free
  • John Lennon & Paul McCartney for Michelle
  • Mitch Leigh & Joe Darion for The Impossible Dream (The Quest)
  • Paul Francis Webster & Maurice Jarre for Somewhere My Love
  • Bert Kaempfert, Charles Singleton & Eddie Snyder for Strangers in the Night

4. Who won the 1966 Grammy Song of the Year Award

  • Jimmy Van Heusen & Sammy Cahn for The September of My Years
  • John Lennon & Paul McCartney for Yesterday
  • Michel Legrand, Norman Gimbel & Jacques Demy for I Will Wait for You
  • Paul Francis Webster & Johnny Mandel for The Shadow of Your Smile
  • Roger Miller for King of the Road

5. Who won the 1965 Grammy Song of the Year Award

  • Henry Mancini, Ray Evans & Jay Livingston for Dear Heart
  • Jerry Herman for Hello, Dolly!
  • John Lennon & Paul McCartney for A Hard Day's Night
  • Jule Styne & Bob Merrill for People
  • Leslie Bricusse & Anthony Newley for Who Can I Turn To?

6. Who won the 1964 Grammy Song of the Year Award

  • Burt Bacharach & Hal David for Wives and Lovers
  • Johnny Mercer & Henry Mancini for Days of Wine and Roses
  • Sacha Distel & Jack Reardon for The Good Life
  • Sadie Vimmerstedt & Johnny Mercer for I Wanna Be Around
  • Sammy Cahn & Jimmy Van Heusen for Call Me Irresponsible

7. Who won the 1963 Grammy Song of the Year Award

  • Douglas Cross & George Cory for I Left My Heart in San Francisco
  • John Kander & Fred Ebb for My Coloring Book
  • Leslie Bricusse & Anthony Newley for What Kind of Fool am I
  • Lionel Bart for As Long as He Needs Me
  • Richard Rodgers for The Sweetest Sounds

8. Who won the 1962 Grammy Song of the Year Award

  • Hank Cochran for A Little Bitty Tear
  • Henry Mancini for Moon River
  • Jimmy Dean for Big Bad John
  • Jule Styne, Betty Comden & Adolph Green for Make Someone Happy
  • Tony Velona for Lollipops and Roses

9. Who won the 1961 Grammy Song of the Year Award

  • Charles Randolph Grean, Joe Allison & Audrey Allison for He'll Have to Go
  • Ernest Gold for Theme from Exodus
  • Lew Spence, Marily Keith & Alan Bergman for Nice 'n' Easy
  • Max Steiner for Theme from A Summer Place
  • Sammy Cahn & Jimmy Van Heusen for Second Time Around

10. Who won the 1960 Grammy Song of the Year Award

  • Jimmy Driftwood for The Battle of New Orleans performed by John Horton
  • Jule Styne & Stephen Sondheim for Small World
  • Karl Stutz & Edith Linderman for I Know
  • Paul Francis Webster & Andr� Previn for Like Young
  • Sammy Cahn & Jimmy Van Heusen for High Hopes

11. Who won the 1959 Grammy Song of the Year Award

  • Alan Jay Lerner & Frederic Loewe for Theme to Gigi
  • Cy Coleman & Carolyn Leigh for Witchcraft
  • Domenico Modugno for Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu (Volare)
  • Johnny Davenport & Eddie Conley for Fever
  • Paul Vance & Lee Pockriss for Catch A Falling Star

Check Your Answers

  • 1. Bobby Russell for Little Green Apples
  • 2. Jimmy Webb for Up, Up and Away
  • 3. John Lennon & Paul McCartney for Michelle
  • 4. Paul Francis Webster & Johnny Mandel for The Shadow of Your Smile
  • 5. Jerry Herman for Hello, Dolly!
  • 6. Johnny Mercer & Henry Mancini for Days of Wine and Roses
  • 7. Leslie Bricusse & Anthony Newley for What Kind of Fool am I
  • 8. Henry Mancini for Moon River
  • 9. Ernest Gold for Theme from Exodus
  • 10. Jimmy Driftwood for The Battle of New Orleans
  • 11. Domenico Modugno for Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu (Volare)

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