WARM AND THE SONGS OF JUNE
The number one song in late June 1967 was "Sunday Will Never Be The Same" by Spanky and Our Gang. It was not the motley group of depression era urchins used by Hal Wallis in those early black and white shorts but a hip, young group that burst on the scene.
But in terms of chart climbing and busting, look where the 5th Dimension landed after being at number 24. Number three on the way to number one with "Up Up and Away".
Herman an the Hermits debuted at number 23 with "Don't Go Out Into The Rain" and The Choir was at number 36 with "It's Cold Outside.