The Top 100 Canadian Singles

All of this comes from a book by Bob Mersereau.  Below are the top ten, but here are the details.

1. The Guess Who — “American Woman”

2. Neil Young — “Heart of Gold”

3. The Band — “The Weight”

4. Bryan Adams — “Summer of ’69”

5. Leonard Cohen — “Hallelujah”

6. Steppenwolf — “Born to Be Wild”

7. Gordon Lightfoot — “If You Could Read My Mind”

8. Bachman Turner Overdrive — “Takin’ Care of Business”

9. Ian and Sylvia — “Four Strong Winds”

10. Anne Murray — “Snowbird”

Full List

I think for the rest of the day I’m gonna be singing “Got my first real six string, oh at the Five and Dime . . . played it until my fingers bled, it was the summer of ’69”

As the song goes on it turns out someone quit the band, but I can’t recall who.

That last sentence may or may not be a joke intended for an audience of one.

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