It's a bit of pop mixed with some classic slow jams in our 41-year-old flashback, provided by the Billboard Hot 100 chart archive.10. &quot;The Cisco Kid,&quot; WarLet me take you to funky town ... and tell you a tale about a heroic Mexican cowboy.9. &quot;Also Sprach Zarathustra,&quot; DeodatoFor those who liked the Richard Strauss composition but always thought it could benefit from tinges of jazz.8. &quot;Danny's Song,&quot; Anne MurrayLove > poverty. BTW: Kenny Loggins wrote this song for his brother, Danny, when Danny became a daddy.7. &quot;Sing,&quot; the CarpentersRaise your hand if you're surprised this was written by a &quot;Sesame Street&quot; staff songwriter.6. &quot;Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree,&quot; Dawn featuring Tony OrlandoMy favorite 1970s pop song about a former prisoner retuning home from hard time.5. &quot;Break Up to Make Up,&quot; the StylisticsTimeless.4. &quot;Ain't No Woman (Like the One I've Got),&quot; Four TopsAnother timeless entry. Bit of trivia: Dennis Lambert, who co-wrote this track, also co-wrote Starship's infamous &quot;We Built This City.&quot;3. &quot;Killing Me Softly With His Song,&quot; Roberta FlackFlack's signature song spent four weeks atop the Hot 100 chart. Rightfully so.2. &quot;Neither One of Us (Wants to Be the First to Say Goobye),&quot; Gladys Knight and the PipsOK, 1973. Why do your song titles have to be so long? I'm getting tired typing these.1. &quot;The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia,&quot; Vicki LawrenceIf one day I write a &quot;story song,&quot; I could only hope it's half as good as this one.