Give me a ticket for an aeroplane... The Box Tops - The Letter (Upbeat 1967)
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The Box Tops - The Letter ~ Yep... here's another #1 Smash from the Summer of '67, this is just the beginning !

The Box Tops - The Letter ~ Yep... here's another #1 Smash from the Summer of '67, this is just the beginning !

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Video for "The Letter" by the Box Tops in 1967 (American Bandstand)  My daddy used to sing this. Love it! ~ajviola

Video for "The Letter" by the Box Tops in 1967 (American Bandstand) My daddy used to sing this. Love it! ~ajviola

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The Box Tops - The Letter (Upbeat 1967) - YouTube

The Box Tops - The Letter (Upbeat 1967) - YouTube

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Sade performs her classic hit from the 80s Smooth Operator (Jazz version).

Sade performs her classic hit from the 80s Smooth Operator (Jazz version).

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The Turtles. Happy Together ("If I should call you up / invest a dime / and you say you belong to me / you ease my mind"). HSF14

The Turtles. Happy Together ("If I should call you up / invest a dime / and you say you belong to me / you ease my mind"). HSF14

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The Box Tops - The Letter - 1967 Covered by Joe Cocker (Leon Russell blues/rock reinvention) - 1970

The Box Tops - The Letter - 1967 Covered by Joe Cocker (Leon Russell blues/rock reinvention) - 1970

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The 'Box Tops' were a Memphis rock group from the 1960s. They are considered a major blue-eyed soul group of the period. "The Letter" was a no.1 hit in 1967 for them and retained on the top for a total of four weeks. 'The Box Tops' sold more than one million copies of "The Letter" and received a gold disc. At only 1 min 58 sec, "The Letter" is one of the shortest songs to top the chart. Singer Alex Chilton was only 16 years old when recording "The Letter".

The 'Box Tops' were a Memphis rock group from the 1960s. They are considered a major blue-eyed soul group of the period. "The Letter" was a no.1 hit in 1967 for them and retained on the top for a total of four weeks. 'The Box Tops' sold more than one million copies of "The Letter" and received a gold disc. At only 1 min 58 sec, "The Letter" is one of the shortest songs to top the chart. Singer Alex Chilton was only 16 years old when recording "The Letter".

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"The Letter" - Boxtops 1967. 'Give me a ticket for an airplane, ain't got time for a fast train'

"The Letter" - Boxtops 1967. 'Give me a ticket for an airplane, ain't got time for a fast train'

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