Welcome to The Hollies Bus Stop page where you'll find free demos, chord sheets, rhythm tips and more on several Hollies songs you can easily learn on the acoustic.
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The writer of this song was Graham Gouldman, who also wrote For Your Love for The Yardbirds and No Milk Today for Hermans Hermits. The Hollies released this one as a single from their 1966 album of the same name.
The song reached #5 in both the UK and the US. The song was a #2 in Australia and a #1 in Canada.
This number can be found on their 1970 "Gold" album.
The song was released as a single and reached #4 in NZ, #17 in Australia and #14 in the UK.
Kelly Gordon was the first to record the song in 1969 but when The Hollies released their version later in 1969, it was a monster hit worldwide.
Neil Diamond had success with his release also in 1970.
Elton John played on The Hollies track of 1969.
In 1971 this song was released as a single and did reach #1 in Canada and South Africa and #1 on the Cash Box US chart.
The song first appeared on their "Distant Light" album.
This song was a single in 1965 and peaked at #4 in the UK, #3 in Canada and their first top 40 in the US reaching #32.
A few groups have covered this song including Gary Lewis And The Playboys.
It eventually ended up on their greatest hits album.
Released as a single in 1974, this was a huge hit, hitting the top 5 in several countries and reachIng #1 in NZ, #2 in the UK and #6 in the US. The song was written by Albert Hammond who also released his version a few years earlier in 1972.
You'll find this one on the album "Hollies".
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