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|"I've been a Rock 'n' Roll star all my life, so come on, it's an immature job that's kept me immature." - Billy Joel|
whose only Billboard Top 40 hit, "For What It's Worth"
peaked at #7 this week in 1967.
For more about the song and the band, check out
Gary James' interview with Richie Furay
Did You Know?
The title "For What It's Worth" does not appear in the lyrics
because it was added after the song was written.
The name of the song came about when Stephen Stills
presented it to record company executive Ahmet Ertegun,
saying, "I have this song here, for what it's worth, if you want it."
Who sang that song that you have stuck in your head?
How high did it climb on the charts and in what year?
You can find out in our Who Sang That Hit? Section
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