"He's So Fine" is a song written by Ronald Mack. It was recorded by The Chiffons who topped the Billboard Hot 100 for four weeks in the spring of 1963. One of the most instantly recognizable Golden Oldies with its doo-lang doo-lang doo-lang background vocal, "He's So Fine" is also renowned as the plaintiff song in the now-infamous plagiarism case against George Harrison's "My Sweet Lord".
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"Raindrops" is a 1961 song by the American R&B singer Dee Clark. Released in April of that same year, this ballad. about a man who convinces himself that the tears he is crying since his lover's departure are raindrops since "a man ain't supposed to cry," peaked at position 2 on the Hot 100 and at position 3 on the R&B
chart. Billboard ranked it as the ninth most popular song of the year for 1961.
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"Return to Me," Scored #10 in Billboard's year-end top 100 singles for 1958