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Who sang I like it like that 50s 60s?

who sang I like it like that  50s  60s?

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The Dave Clark Five.  The song was released in 1966, and was the band's sixth top forty hit.

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Hay. You think I'm crazy? You should hear the voices in my head. Those people have issues.

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