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The 101 number one song of the day was the final number one song of the 60s decade and appropriately enough, it was recorded by the decade’s most successful American group.
The song was actually written as the decade was young and it wasn’t until nine year later that it became a hit. Although it was credited to a trio, in reality the only member of the group in the studio was its lead singer who was about to embark upon a solo career. Her back up vocalists were sisters Maxine and Julia Water and by December 30, 1969 it was the number one song in America. It would be the last number one song by the Supremes as Diana Ross went off on her own – (Someday We’ll Be Together)