Australian music hits by decade - 60's

Name the song title for each of the songs recorded in the Australian Music Report/ARIA list of NO. 1's according to Wikipedia.
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Dates at No 1
Artist
Song Title
Weeks at No 1
12 December 1959 to 5 February 1960
Bill Haley & His Comets
Joey's Song/Ohh! Look-a-There, Ain't She Pretty
8 weeks
6 February to 19 February 1960
Crash Craddock
Boom Boom Baby
2 weeks
20 February to 26 February 1960
Johnny O'Keefe
She's My Baby
1 week
27 February to 11 March 1960
Crash Craddock
Boom Boom Baby
2 weeks
12 March to 8 April 1960
Emile Ford and the Checkmates
What Do You Want to Make Those Eyes at Me For?
4 weeks
9 April to 22 April 1960
Johnny and the Hurricanes
Beatnik Fly
2 weeks
23 April to 20 May 1960
Jim Reeves
He'll Have to Go
4 weeks
21 May to 27 May 1960
Elvis Presley
Stuck on You/Fame and Fortune
1 week
28 May to 10 June 1960
Lonnie Donegan and His Group
My Old Man's a Dustman
2 weeks
11 June to 1 July 1960
Rolf Harris
Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport
3 weeks
2 July to 15 July 1960
Bobby Rydell
Swingin' School/Ding-A-Ling
2 weeks
16 July to 5 August 1960
Connie Francis
Everybody's Somebody's Fool
3 weeks
6 August to 19 August 1960
Jimmie Rodgers
Just a Closer Walk with Thee
2 weeks
20 August to 16 September 1960
The Beau Marks
Clap Your Hands
4 weeks
17 September to 7 October 1960
The Ventures
Walk, Don't Run
2 weeks
1 October to 7 October 1960
Johnny O'Keefe
Come On and Take My Hand/Don't You Know (Pretty Baby)
1 week
8 October to 25 November 1960
Elvis Presley
It's Now or Never
7 weeks
26 November to 23 December 1960
The Drifters
Save the Last Dance for Me
4 weeks
24 December 1960 to 3 February 1961
Elvis Presley
Are You Lonesome Tonight?/I Gotta Know
6 weeks
4 February to 24 March 1961
Bert Kaempfert and His Orchestra
Wonderland by Night
3 weeks
25 February to 17 March 1961
Bobby Vee
Rubber Ball
3 weeks
18 March to 24 March 1961
Crash Craddock
One Last Kiss
1 week
25 March to 21 April 1961
Elvis Presley
Wooden Heart
4 weeks
22 April to 12 May 1961
Elvis Presley
Surrender
3 weeks
13 May to 23 June 1961
Del Shannon
Runaway
6 weeks
24 June to 30 June 1961
Andy Stewart
A Scottish Soldier
1 week
1 July to 4 August 1961
Ricky Nelson
Travelin' Man/Hello Mary Lou
5 weeks
5 August to 22 September 1961
Eddie Hodges
I'm Gonna Knock on Your Door
7 weeks
23 September to 29 September 1961
The highwaymen
Michael
1 week
30 September to 20 October 1961
Johnny O'Keefe
I'm Counting on You/Right Now
3 weeks
21 October to 3 November 1961
Bob Moore and His Orchestra
Mexico
2 weeks
4 November to 24 November 1961
Roy Orbison
Crying/Candy Man
3 weeks
25 November to 8 December 1961
James Darren
Goodbye, Cruel World
2 weeks
9 December 1961 to 19 January 1962
Charlie Drake
My Boomerang Won't Come Back
6 weeks
20 January to 26 January 1962
Sandy Nelson
Let There Be Drums
1 week
27 January to 2 March 1962
Elvis Presley
Can't Help Falling in Love/Rock-A-Hula Baby
5 weeks
3 March to 23 March 1962
Bobby Darin
Multiplication/Irresistible You
3 weeks
24 March to 30 March 1962
Mr Acker Bilk
Stranger on the Shore
1 week
31 March to 6 April 1962
Dion
The Wanderer
1 week
7 April to 13 April 1962
Kenny Ball and His Jazzmen
Midnight in Moscow
1 week
14 April to 25 May 1962
Elvis Presley
Good Luck Charm/Anything That's Part of You
6 weeks
26 May to 8 June 1962
Lucky Starr
I've Been Everywhere
2 weeks
9 June to 22 June 1962
Larry Finnegan
Dear One
2 weeks
23 June to 20 July 1962
Ray Charles
I Can't Stop Loving You
4 weeks
21 July to 3 August 1962
Toni Fisher
West of the Wall
2 weeks
4 August to 10 August 1962
Claude King
Wolverton Mountain
1 week
11 August to 7 September 1962
Bobby Vinton
Roses Are Red (My Love)
4 weeks
8 September to 21 September 1962
Frank Ifield
I Remember You
2 weeks
22 September to 12 October 1962
Tommy Roe
Sheila
3 weeks
13 October to 19 October 1962
Nat King Cole
Ramblin' Rose
1 week
20 October to 9 November 1962
Del Shannon
The Swiss Maid
3 weeks
10 November to 14 December 1962
Roy Orbison
Working for the Man/Leah
5 weeks
15 December 1962 to 4 January 1963
The Tijuana Brass featuring Herb Alpert
The Lonely Bull/Acapulco
3 weeks
5 January to 11 January 1963
The Four Seasons
Big Girls Don't Cry/Conny-O
1 week
12 January to 1 February 1963
Elvis Presley
Return to Sender
3 weeks
2 February to 15 February 1963
The Shadows
The Boys
2 weeks
16 February to 22 February 1963
Del Shannon
Little Town Flirt
1 week
23 February to 1 March 1963
The Rooftop Singers
Walk Right In
1 week
2 March to 15 March 1963
Ned Miller
From a Jack to a King
2 weeks
16 March to 5 April 1963
Paul and Paula
Hey Paula
3 weeks
6 April to 12 April 1963
The Four Seasons
Walk Like a Man
1 week
13 April to 26 April 1963
Roy Orbison
In Dreams
2 weeks
27 April to 24 May 1963
The Chantays
Pipeline
4 weeks
25 May to 7 June 1963
Little Peggy March
I Will Follow Him
2 weeks
8 June to 5 July 1963
Bill Justis
Tamoure
4 weeks
6 July to 12 July 1963
Lesley Gore
It's My Party
1 week
13 July to 26 July 1963
Kyu Sakamoto
Sukiyaki
2 weeks
27 July to 9 August 1963
Johnny O'Keefe
Move Baby Move/You'll Never Cherish a Love So True
2 weeks
10 August to 16 August 1963
Jan and Dean
Surf City
1 week
17 August to 13 September 1963
Rod E G
55 Days at Peking
4 weeks
14 September to 20 September 1963
Allan Sherman
Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh
1 week
21 September to 4 October 1963
The Atlantics
Bombora
2 weeks
5 October to 18 October 1963
Helen Shapiro
No Trespassing/Not Responsible
2 weeks
19 October to 1 November 1963
Roy Orbison
Blue Bayou/Mean Woman Blues
2 weeks
2 November to 22 November 1963
Kathy Kirby
Dance On!
3 weeks
23 November to 13 December 1963
Jimmy Gilmer and the Fireballs
Sugar Shack
3 weeks
14 December to 27 December 1963
Gerry & The Pacemakers
You'll Never Walk Alone
2 weeks
28 December 1963 to 14 February 1964
The Beatles
I Want to Hold Your Hand
7 weeks
15 February to 3 April 1964
The Beatles
I Saw Her Standing There/Love Me Do
7 weeks
4 April to 17 April 1964
The Beatles
Roll Over Beethoven/Hold Me tight
2 weeks
18 April to 8 May 1964
The Beatles (EP)
All My Loving
3 weeks
9 May to 12 June 1964
The Beatles
Can't Buy Me Love/You Can't Do That
5 weeks
13 June to 26 June 1964
Mary Wells
My Guy
2 weeks
27 June to 3 July 1964
The Beatles
Can't Buy Me Love/You Can't Do That
1 week
4 July to 10 July 1964
The Beatles
Long Tall Sally/Boys/I Call Your Name
1 week
11 July to 24 July 1964
Cilla Black
You're My World
2 weeks
Dates at No 1
Artist
Song Title
Weeks at No 1
25 July to 4 September 1964
The Beatles
A Hard Day's Night/Things We Said Today
6 weeks
5 September to 9 October 1964
The Beatles
I Should Have Known Better/If I Fell
5 weeks
10 October to 23 October 1964
Roy Orbison
Pretty Woman
2 weeks
24 October to 6 November 1964
The Honeycombs
Have I the Right?
2 weeks
7 November to 20 November 1964
Ray Columbus and the Invaders
She's a Mod
2 weeks
21 November to 11 December 1964
Elvis Presley
Ain't That Loving You, Baby/Ask Me
3 weeks
12 December 1964 to 5 February 1965
The Beatles
I Feel Fine/She's a Woman
8 weeks
6 February to 12 February 1965
Julie Rogers
The Wedding
1 week
13 February to 19 February 1965
Petula Clark
Downtown
1 week
20 February to 12 March 1965
The Rolling Stones
Under the Boardwalk/Walking the Dog
3 weeks
13 March to 2 April 1965
The Seekers
I'll Never Find Another You
3 weeks
3 April to 30 April 1965
The Beatles
Rock and Roll Music/Honey Don't
4 weeks
1 May to 21 May 1965
The Beatles
Ticket to Ride/Yes It Is
3 weeks
22 May to 18 June 1965
Herman's Hermits
Mrs Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter
4 weeks
19 June to 30 July 1965
Elvis Presley
Crying in the Chapel
6 weeks
31 July to 6 August 1965
Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs
I Told the Brook/Funny Face
1 week
7 August to 13 August 1965
The Rolling Stones
(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
1 week
14 August to 8 October 1965
The Beatles
Help/I'm Down
8 weeks
9 October to 3 December 1965
Normie Rowe
Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be/Shakin' All Over
8 weeks
4 December 1965 to 14 January 1966
The Seekers
The Carnival Is Over
6 weeks
15 January to 4 March 1966
The Beatles
We Can Work It Out/Day Tripper
7 weeks
5 March to 29 April 1966
Nancy Sinatra
These Boots Are Made for Walkin'
8 weeks
30 April to 13 May 1966
The Beatles
Nowhere Man/Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)
2 weeks
14 May to 17 June 1966
Bobby and Laurie
Hitch Hiker
5 weeks
18 June to 8 July 1966
The Rolling Stones
Paint It Black/Long Long While
3 weeks
9 July to 15 July 1966
The Beatles
Paperback Writer/Rain
1 week
16 July to 29 July 1966
Frank Sinatra
Strangers in the Night
2 weeks
30 July to 12 August 1966
The Troggs
Wild Thing
2 weeks
13 August to 19 August 1966
BJ Thomas
Mama
1 week
20 August to 2 September 1966
The Easybeats
I'll Make You Happy/Too Much
2 weeks
3 September to 28 October 1966
The Beatles
Yellow Submarine/Eleanor Rigby
8 weeks
29 October to 18 November 1966
Peter and Gordon
Lady Godiva
3 weeks
19 November to 25 November 1966
New Vaudeville Band
Winchester Cathedral
1 week
3 December to 9 December 1966
Herman's Hermits
No Milk Today
1 week
26 November to 2 December 1966
The Easybeats
Sorry/Funny Feelin'
1 week
10 December to 16 December 1966
The Beach Boys
Good Vibrations
1 week
17 December to 23 December 1966
Normie Rowe
Ohh La La/Ain't Nobody Home
1 week
24 December 1966 to 6 January 1967
The Easybeats
Friday on My Mind
2 weeks
7 January to 20 January 1967
Normie Rowe
Ohh La La/Ain't Nobody Home
2 weeks
21 January to 10 February 1967
Tom Jones
Green, Green Grass of Home
3 weeks
11 February to 17 February 1967
The Monkees
I'm a Believer/(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone
1 week
18 February to 24 March 1967
The Royal Guardsmen
Snoopy vs the Red Baron
5 weeks
25 March to 31 March 1967
The Seekers
Georgy Girl
1 week
1 April to 5 May 1967
The Beatles
Penny Lane/Strawberry Fields Forever
5 weeks
6 May to 26 May 1967
Nancy Sinatra and Frank Sinatra
Somethin' Stupid
3 weeks
27 May to 7 July 1967
Petula Clark
This Is My Song
6 weeks
8 July to 28 July 1967
Procol Harum
A Whiter Shade of Pale
3 weeks
29 July to 1 September 1967
The Beatles
All You Need Is Love/Baby, You're a Rich Man
5 weeks
2 September to 15 September 1967
The 5th Dimension
Up, Up and Away
2 weeks
16 September to 29 September 1967
Petula Clark
Don't Sleep in the Subway
2 weeks
30 September to 20 October 1967
Vikki Carr
It Must Be Him
3 weeks
21 October to 22 December 1967
Engelbert Humperdinck
The Last Waltz
9 weeks
23 December 1967 to 5 January 1968
The Royal Guardsmen
Snoopy's Christmas
2 weeks
6 January to 19 January 1968
The Beatles
Hello, Goodbye/I Am the Walrus
2 weeks
20 January to 1 March 1968
John Farnham
Sadie (The Cleaning Lady)
6 weeks
2 March to 15 March 1968
John Fred and His Playboy Band
Judy in Disguise
2 weeks
16 March to 19 April 1968
Paul Mauriat and His Orchestra
Love Is Blue
5 weeks
20 April to 3 May 1968
The Beatles
Lady Madonna/The Inner Light
2 weeks
4 May to 7 June 1968
Bobby Goldsboro
Honey
5 weeks
8 June to 5 July 1968
The Irish Rovers
The Unicorn
4 weeks
6 July to 19 July 1968
Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass
This Guy's in Love with You
2 weeks
20 July to 2 August 1968
Merrilee Rush
Angel of the Morning
2 weeks
3 August to 23 August 1968
The Irish Rovers
The Orange and the Green/Whiskey on a Sunday
3 weeks
24 August to 6 September 1968
Richard Harris
MacArthur Park
2 weeks
7 September to 13 September 1968
Mama Cass with The Mamas & the Papas
Dream a Little Dream of Me
1 week
14 September to 27 September 1968
Tom Jones
Help Yourself
2 weeks
28 September 1968 to 4 October 1968
Jeannie C Riley
Harper Valley PTA
1 week
5 October 1968 to 3 January 1969
The Beatles
Hey Jude/Revolution
13 weeks
4 January to 17 January 1969
Cream
White Room/Those Were the Days
2 weeks
18 January to 7 February 1969
Barry Ryan
Eloise
3 weeks
8 February to 21 February 1969
The Scaffold
Lily the Pink
2 weeks
22 February to 7 March 1969
The Bee Gees
I Started a Joke
2 weeks
8 March to 18 April 1969
The Beatles
Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da/While My Guitar Gently Weeps
6 weeks
19 April to 16 May 1969
Peter Sarstedt
Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)
4 weeks
17 May to 30 May 1969
Russell Morris
The Real Thing
2 weeks
31 May to 27 June 1969
The Beatles
Get Back/Don't Let Me Down
4 weeks
28 June to 11 July 1969
The Cowsills
Hair
2 weeks
12 July to 8 August 1969
The Beatles
The Ballad of John and Yoko
4 weeks
9 August to 5 September 1969
Elvis Presley
In the Ghetto
4 weeks
6 September to 10 October 1969
The Rolling Stones
Honky Tonk Women
5 weeks
11 October to 31 October 1969
Russell Morris
Part Three into Paper Walls/The Girl That I Love
3 weeks
1 November to 14 November 1969
Ross D Wyllie
The Star
2 weeks
15 November to 21 November 1969
The Beatles
Something/Come Together
1 week
22 November to 28 November 1969
Roy Orbison
Penny Arcade
1 week
29 November to 26 December 1969
The Beatles
Something/Come Together
5 weeks
27 December 1969 to 15 January 1970
Elvis Presley
Suspicious Minds
3 weeks
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