Readers' Poll: The Worst Songs of the Sixties

Selections include 'I Got You Babe,' 'Revolution 9' and 'Tiptoe Through the Tulips'

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4. The Association - 'Cherish'

Wussy soft-rock love songs are often seen as an early 1970s phenomenon, but the Association pioneered them. Their massive hit "Cherish" was inescapable in late 1966, and they were even given a slot at the Monterey Pop Festival the following year. They scored a handful of other hits over the ensuing years, and have continued to tour with a rotating line-up of musicians.  

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